A banner unfurled on the Statue of Liberty and a possible genetic source for left-handedness are in today’s Morning Scoop.
A banner unfurled on the Statue of Liberty and a possible genetic source for left-handedness are in today’s Morning Scoop. Associated Press; Physalis / Creative Commons
A banner unfurled on the Statue of Liberty and a possible genetic source for left-handedness are in today’s Morning Scoop. Associated Press; Physalis / Creative Commons
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Statue of Refugees, Gunner-Andros breakup, left-handed gene – your Morning Scoop

February 22, 2017 06:55 AM

UPDATED February 22, 2017 07:07 AM

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