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This was a training flight for him, the last one; he would soon be fully certified. His trainer was the pilot in command, a man named Zaharie Ahmad Shah, who at 53 was one of the most senior captains at Malaysia Airlines. In Malaysian style, he was known by his first name, Zaharie.

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He was married and had three adult children. He lived in a gated development. He owned two houses. In his first house he had installed an elaborate Microsoft flight simulator. These words came from an elderly woman sitting behind me on a late-night flight from Los Angeles to Washington, D.

The plane was dark and quiet. To hear more feature stories, see our full list or get the Audm iPhone app. I listened with morbid fascination, forming an image of the man in my head as they talked. I imagined someone who had worked hard all his life in relative obscurity, someone with unfulfilled dreams—perhaps of the degree he never attained, the career he never pursued, the company he never started.

Kamala Harris took part in a bold experiment as a child—and the experiences of her generation may transform the debate over desegregation. During the second Democratic presidential debate, Senator Kamala Harris of California challenged former Vice President Joe Biden regarding a topic that has received little attention in recent presidential elections: school desegregation. Eastland of Mississippi and Herman E.

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And that little girl was me. We have two sons, fraternal twins, who are in middle school. They both play sports, participate in other activities, and have some mutual friends. The relationship has survived for seven decades.

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A Democratic president could change that. The president, in fact, has paradoxically emerged as the greatest force of resistance to the change. Yet at every turn, the White House has blocked or circumvented those moves, standing staunchly by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, or MbS, while escalating its confrontation with his archenemy, Iran. A divided Supreme Court last week blocked Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross from adding an untested citizenship question to the census.

In the process of reaching the right outcome, however, the Court has rewritten history, with justices up and down the bench joining together to create an atmosphere of normalcy around a question that is anything but. The small conservative magazine First Things aims to reclaim what has become a dirty word in the Trump era.

America is in a period of tug-of-war politics, with cultural elites fighting to determine which views should be excluded from public life. For decades, overt racism has been stigmatized in polite society and penalized by the government; while racial disparities persist everywhere from the prison system to public education, many Americans regard openly racist views with horror, and quickly move to marginalize the people who hold them.

Some public figures have pushed for similar treatment of those who oppose abortion. Kirsten Gillibrand, the Democratic presidential candidate and U. The tiny population of wolves on Isle Royale descended from a much larger group. What if that helped doom them? Isle Royale is square miles of land in the watery expanse of Lake Superior. One cold winter 70 years ago, wolves came over an ice bridge and settled into a largely isolated island existence.

Unfortunately, island life has not been good for them. By , the number of wolves on Isle Royale declined from a peak of 50 to just two, a male and a female.

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As a result of inbreeding, they were half-siblings as well as father and daughter. They had a pup together that lived less than a year. Even before that, scientists were finding wolves on Isle Royale with crooked spines and extra ribs. Their findings were counterintuitive: What doomed the wolves is not just the small number that have lived on the island in modern times, but perhaps also the large number of wolves that lived thousands of years ago. Kyriazis presented his study at the Evolution conference, and the team posted a preprint of the article, which has not been peer reviewed yet, on bioRxiv.

November Issue The 50 greatest breakthroughs since the wheel, the world's top inventors , the riddle of Amazon , Flannery O'Connor's fierce irony, the biology of war , and more. The Technology Issue. October December How did you guys meet and then end up getting signed to Mercury? Tom and Jack met in high school, and I met them at the Australian Institute of Music, which is like a contemporary music college here in Sydney.

They were both doing sound engineering and I was doing performance.

I wasn't singing though, I was studying piano because I'd come from a classical background though that makes me sound like I was some sort of pro - I wasn't. We started a band and then dropped out pretty soon after, and spent time playing covers in RSLs to old people on Valentines Day and stuff.

We met Gideon at the Lansdowne Hotel when our bands were sharing a bill, and Luke joined the band about six months after that. Signing to Mercury happened after our first single 'Take a Card' was released in early Who are some of your greatest influences when it comes to writing songs? We like good songs and good songs can come from anywhere. Personally I really like traditional pop structure, and I think our songs are quite tightly structured. I enjoy editing and structuring. How would you describe your music in 3 words? Perpetual Hazard Lights How did you come up with the name?

We were The Preachers before The Preatures.

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We had to change it because it was too generic. But we're not a religious band. When we had to change the name we thought of Siousie Sioux's old band The Creatures and thought it'd be cool to spell it similar. Adolescents: overrun with hormones, emotions and mental and physical adaptations. Now that she has conquered TV, Dever sets her sights on movies. Despite the bone-chilling terror the.

Jayden, the character Dever portrays, is a stray from her norm. When asked about her role in this film, she replied fearlessly. I hope it stays that way. She was really fun to play. Photos featured by: Marc Cartwright Photography. Echosmith was once a pop rock gem from the LA area. After being signed with Warner Brothers Records and going on their first tour, they released their debut album, Talking Dreams, which will secure a place in being a cult favorite among alternative fans everywhere. What was the craziest part of your tour this fall?

The weather! Us being from Cali, it's hard getting used to the cold. Do you guys have different hobbies or do you all just hang out? Do you think there are any advantages of being in a band with your own family? We grew up listening to the same stuff, so we are all on the same page musically and lyrically. But we also know each other so well, so that can be an advantage but also a disadvantage, haha. Growing up in a musical household, who influenced you musically? We always loved 80s new wave, like the Smiths and joy division, but also U2, Coldplay, the killers, and Fleetwood mac.

Your first studio album Talking Dreams came out recently, what was it like putting it all together?

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Music is our main gig. None of us are really good at much else, haha. We all just love going on random adventures that usually involve food or coffee. It was so much fun. We had a great time. Our producer, Mike Elizondo is great because he knows when to let an artist breathe, but he also knows when is a good time to give input. It was a very collaborative and relaxed process! Of course. All bands have disagreements sometimes.

We get along better than you'd think though. We genuinely enjoy each other, believe it or not! We hope our music will reach and affect people all over the world in a positive way. The more people the better! We love how things are going, and we are so grateful to our fans! Legend has it that the velvet top with scalloped neckline pictured below used to be a floor length dress fit for a nun. With a pair of scissors and an extra half hour, our fashion team completely transformed this piece into a contemporary structural shirt.

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