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'Not One Drop Of Blood': Cattle Mysteriously Mutilated In Oregon

In remote eastern Oregon, a serial crime is unfolding. Someone is killing purebred bulls. And they're doing it with a level of cruel precision that's frightening to both ranchers and law enforcement.

Don't Stop (On My Account) Owen Pallett
Beat Connection LCD Soundsystem

How Climate Change And Flash Flooding Is Affecting Communities Across The Country

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Dusk Filous
Let Me Roll It Paul McCartney
Souffle le vent Odezenne

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'Not One Drop Of Blood': Cattle Mysteriously Mutilated In Oregon

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How High School Debate In 1990s Kansas Explains The Present: A Novel Argument

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Capture the Flag Broken Social Scene

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