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Jerry Jones says Dallas regulars might sit because of 49ers' turf issues

Dallas Cowboys owner <b>Jerry Jones</b> suggested Friday that the team could sit quarterback <b>Tony Romo</b> and other starters for a preseason game Sunday in San Francisco over concerns with the troublesome turf at Levi's Stadium.<p>Jones made his comments in a radio interview a day after coach Jason Garrett said …

The candidate everyone thought could change the Republican Party is completely collapsing

Challenging Trump's refusal to pledge support for the eventual nominee should have been a moment that earned Paul some credibility among Republicans frustrated with Trump's rise.<p>But it ended up falling flat.<p>"It just missed the mark," the strategist said. "He didn't give off a good vibe doing …

Tesla Model S P85D gets pitted against a... snowmobile?

Judging by the number of videos that have appeared in the past couple of months, owners of the new P85D version of the Tesla Model S – the alphanumeric tag decodes as performance, 85 kilowatt-hours, dual motor, meaning it has all-wheel drive – would seem to have an affinity for pitting their …

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Photo by @shonephoto (Robbie Shone) - The Wulong Karst in southern China is well known for its giant dolines (sinkholes), natural bridges and caves. Although adventurers have gone deep underground to discover perviously unexplored caves, some are already known about by the native people. Our team of American explorers were shown the entrance to this cave by a local farmer (pictured), who guided us through as far as this skylight. Local knowledge and support is always really important during an expedition.

Curly-Q Filament Blast: A solar filament erupted in the shape of a twisted arch over a three-hour period (Feb. 4, 2015) with most of it falling back into the sun. The activity in the lower corona was caught in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light. Filaments are elongated clouds of particles suspended above the Sun's surface by magnetic forces. They are notoriously unstable. Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory, NASA #nasa #sun #sdo #space #spaceweather #science

Good bye Sedona.#Sedona