Victims of Lead Poisoning Are Losing Millions (Newser) - In the late-'80s and early '90s, thousands of children living in Baltimore tenements were being diagnosed with lead poisoning every year. Two decades later, the Washington Post digs into the "little-noticed, effectively unregulated netherw Cops: Here's How the 71 Truck Migrants Likely Died (Newser) - The migrants found dead in an abandoned truck in Austria appear to have died by suffocation under horribly tight conditions. Relying on early forensic tests, police say the 71 victims-including three children and a baby girl-ran out of air Secession Groups: Let's Secede From NY State Without Seceding (Newser) - At least some secessionists at today's "Secession Movement Rally" in Bainbridge, NY, don't actually want to secede from New York state. They'd prefer to join Pennsylvania or create an "autonomous region" that's ruled by Albany in name only Obama Gives Mount McKinley a New Name (Newser) - Looks like North America's tallest mountain won't be Mount McKinley anymore. President Obama announced today that Sally Jewell, the secretary of the interior, has renamed it Denali-restoring a name that Alaska Natives and state residents h Partying on the Appalachian Trail Raises Ire (Newser) - When Jackson Spencer set out to tackle the Appalachian Trail, he anticipated the solitude that only wilderness can bring-not a rolling, monthslong frat party. Shelters where he thought he could catch a good night's sleep while listening to
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