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Bob Stoops on Why He's Retiring Now

According to a statement from the University President David L. Boren, he will be succeeded by current offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley . Bob Stoops announced his retirement on Wednesday, and it still feels like we're in the middle of something between a wake and a celebration after.

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Trump Administration Orders Review of Landmark Sage Grouse Plan

The co-chairs of the Western Governors Sage Grouse Task Force welcomed a review but pointed out that it was unlikely the plans needed wholesale changes. Along the way, the sage grouse population has also declined , shrinking from millions of birds a few decades ago to perhaps as few as 200,000 now. He says he wants to be sure to protect the bird and keep it off the Endangered Species List, while also repairing trust among ranchers and other land users in the West.

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Latest Windows 10 Preview provides a glimpse at new Windows 10 design

Unveiled during the company's Build 2017 developer conference last month, Microsoft's Fluent Design System will not only lend a sleek and polished look to the Windows 10 UI, it is meant to set the stage for seamless and consistent experiences across different devices.

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Warner: 'Unthinkable' if Trump pressured Comey to end FBI's investigation

Former FBI Director James Comey has not received a notice regarding executive privilege from the Justice Department ahead of his scheduled testimony next week, a source close to him revealed. "There's a very interesting phrase in which he says, 'While I am very grateful that you, on three separate occasions, informed me that I was not a subject of the investigation.,'" Collins said.

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SpaceX makes history with successful launch of used Dragon spacecraft

This image provided by NASA shows the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, with the Dragon spacecraft onboard, launching from pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, Saturday, June 3, 2017. SpaceX hopes to recover the capsule again after it splashes down in the Pacific Ocean off of Baja, so that it can refurbish it and reuse it for another future mission.

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This Planet Is Hotter Than Most Stars, But It Won't Live Long

Drake Deming , an astronomer at the University of Maryland, agrees. Gaudi said that it is a planet by any of the typical definitions based on mass. "This helps us understand planets around these more massive stars". Fortney, who was not directly involved with this paper, was asked to model KELT-9b's atmosphere. "I'm interested in what I can measure", he explains.


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