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nytimes.com — CROW AGENCY, Mont. - Every few hours trains packed with coal pass through the sagebrush-covered landscape here in southern Montana, some on their way north to Canadian ports for shipment to Japan and South Korea. If the mining company Cloud Peak Energy has its way, many more trains will thunder across the prairie to far larger proposed export terminals in Washington State.
Patriots Owner Says Putin Stole His Super Bowl Ring, Changes Tune When He Realizes Putin Is Scary Manbuzzfeed.com — 1. This is what a Patriots Super Bowl ring looks like. 2. In 2005, New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft took off his ring and handed it to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who reportedly said, "I could kill somebody with this ring," before putting it in his pocket and walking off.
propublica.org — The early debate around a key provision wasn't about anything like mass collection of phone records. In the months following the October 2001, passage of the Patriot Act, there was a heated public debate about the very provision of the law that we now know the government is using to vacuum up phone records of American citizens on a massive scale.
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