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Named for its spotted coat, the clouded leopard is vulnerable to extinction because of deforestation and hunting, according to the release. The cats reside in an area that spans from the foothills of the Himalayas to the islands of Sumatra to Borneo.
San Felipe de Austin, located approximately 50 miles west of Houston, is not only rich in Texas history but also in historical artifacts. Past digs have produced several thousand historical artifacts, multiple colonial-era trash pits, a brick basement and a barrel cistern.
183 years burning to the ground, this Houston-area town is now a haven for old artifacts
A man who was being pulled over for not wearing a seatbelt in his minivan wound up leading Houston police on a 30-minute-long pursuit through various neighborhoods on the city’s westside, even driving through some yards and crashing into a worker’s pickup truck.
Apple Inc. introduced its first major update to the MacBook Pro laptop in three years on Wednesday, adding a slightly larger screen to the top-end model, improved speakers, a better keyboard, and faster processors from Intel Corp.
In the lead-up to the 2016 election, White House aide Stephen Miller sought to promote white nationalism, far-right extremist ideas and anti-immigrant rhetoric through the conservative site Brietbart, according to a report released Tuesday by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The report is the first installment in a series that draws on more than 900 leaked emails that Miller sent to a Breitbart writer over a 15-month period between 2015 and 2016. The report describes Miller's emails as overwhelmingly focused on race and immigration and characterizes him as obsessed with ideas like "white genocide" (a conspiracy theory associated with white supremacists) and sharply curbing immigration by nonwhites.
In the wake of the news Tuesday, at least one member of Congress, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., called for Miller to resign.
Miller did not respond to a request for comment Tuesday. White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said via email that she hasn't seen the report, but she called the SPLC "an utterly-discredited, long-debunked far-left smear organization."
"They are beneath public discussion, even in The Washington Post," Grisham said of the civil-rights nonprofit.
Among the more damming email exchanges highlighted in the SPLC report is one that shows Miller directing a Breitbart reporter to aggregate stories from the white supremacist journal American Renaissance, or "AmRen," for stories that emphasize crimes committed by immigrants and nonwhites. In another, Miller is apparently upset that Amazon removed Confederate flag merchandise from its marketplace in the wake of the 2015 Charleston church massacre. (Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos also owns The Post.) Others reportedly show him promoting "The Camp of Saints," a racist French novel popular among white nationalists.
The SPLC's report indicates that Miller...