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SocialFlow : EDITOR'S PICKS: One year later, mystery surrounds the fate of China's gene-edited babies and the doctor who said he created them. Also, how conservationists are working to save a Georgia reef. Catch up on these and other deep dives from the The Associated Press report.

SocialFlow : Even before daybreak July 25, anxiety coursed through the White House about a phone call that wasn't on President Trump's public schedule. By nightfall, he had set in motion events that would trigger the fourth impeachment inquiry in history. By Nancy Benac.

SocialFlow : Right now, Republicans are wielding impeachment mostly as an offensive weapon, and Democrats are generally playing defense or changing the subject as 2020 congressional races rev up. It's unclear how potent the issue will be by Election Day.

SocialFlow : New York team helping immigrant runners realize American dream. @jake_Seiner

SocialFlow : Protected marine areas can save pieces of the ocean from extinction, but they can’t save it all.

Watch The Associated Press minidoc and tune in Tuesday for the last episode of #WhatCanBeSaved. (5/5)

SocialFlow : Many scientists believe protecting broad sections of the ocean simply might not be enough in the era of warming waters. (4/5)

SocialFlow : Dip below the surface at Gray’s Reef and you’ll find a spectacular seascape of sponges, barnacles and other marine life. (3/5)

SocialFlow : Gray's Reef off the U.S. East Coast became a marine sanctuary almost 40 years ago. Since then, the U.S. and other countries have protected more patches of ocean. (2/5)

SocialFlow : THREAD: Around the world, fishermen are being kept away from ocean sanctuaries. But are the protected areas enough to preserve marine life as the planet warms?

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SocialFlow : With the death toll at 50, Albania has ended its search for survivors of a 6.4-magnitude earthquake that also left about 2,000 people injured and 4,000 homeless.

SocialFlow : "We have to do more in less time," Spain's environment minister says as scientists' warnings, a US retreat and mass protests add urgency to UN climate talks that begin next week in Madrid.

SocialFlow : More than a year after a mass shooting killed 12 people at a California bar, the business's owners have announced they will reopen.

SocialFlow : Pacific Gas & Electric says power shut-offs limited blazes, but the utility is not ruling out the possibility that failed transmission equipment sparked a fire north of San Francisco.

SocialFlow : Officials in Ohio say at least 10 animals, including three giraffes, have been killed in a barn fire at a wildlife park.

SocialFlow : The last remains of the 39 Vietnamese who died while being smuggled in a truck to England last month have been repatriated to their home country. Sixteen bodies and seven urns were loaded into ambulances to be taken to northern and central Vietnam.

SocialFlow : Hall of Fame catcher Mike Piazza has been hired to manage Italy’s national baseball team. His strategy? “Be aggressive, take chances and do the little things right.”


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SocialFlow : A court in Suriname has convicted the South American nation's president, Desi Bouterse, in the 1982 killings of 15 political opponents and given him a 20-year sentence. It's unclear what happens next. Bouterse is currently in China on an official trip.

SocialFlow : Starbucks has apologized after a police officer in Oklahoma bought drinks for dispatchers working on Thanksgiving, only to find that the word "PIG" had been printed on the labels.

SocialFlow : Supporters cheered as once-powerful opposition leader and two-time Peruvian presidential candidate Keiko Fujimori left the prison where she had been held while being investigated for alleged corruption. Peru's Constitutional Tribunal approved her release.

SocialFlow : “Hollywood’s really been good to me, actually.” Jane Seymour says her career as an actress didn’t end at 40, as some said it would. At 68 she’s not only still working, but feels like this is her “moment.”


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