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FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2016, file photo, one of the remaining cows on Alabama farmer David Bailey's farm, walks towards a pile of hay to be fed, surrounded by dirt where ankle deep green grass use to be, acceding to Bailey, in Dawson, Ala. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson, File)

What’s the cattlemen’s beef? Washington

- The Washington Times

David Cook is a cattleman, a rancher and a member of the Arizona State House. He’s no Beltway insider. Mr. Cook came to Washington this week to spell out his beef. In short, he wants Congress to stop trying to lasso other ranchers and rural Americans with regulations.

In this Tuesday, May 9, 2017 photo, monument Conservator Jonathan Appell, right, works to clean a 6-foot black stone slab which was rediscovered in the 1617 church at historic Jamestown, Va. Six months after launching a painstaking probe aimed at English America's second oldest church, Jamestown archaeologists have unearthed a jumbled historical puzzle that reaches back 400 years. (Aileen Devlin/The Daily Press via AP)

Unique gravestone unearthed in Jamestown, Va.

- Associated Press

Six months after launching a painstaking probe aimed at English America’s second oldest church, Jamestown archaeologists have unearthed a jumbled historical puzzle that reaches back 400 years.

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Artie Muller, national executive director and founder of Rolling Thunder, Inc.

30 years later, still roaring for POW/MIA freedom

- The Washington Times

For three decades, they have faithfully fired up their machines, raised up Old Glory and taken off on a mission of freedom, remembrance and resolve. This is the true essence of Rolling Thunder, an annual event which draws 500,000 motorcyclists to the nation's capital each year to underscore the rights and importance of veterans who fought our wars, those soldiers missing in action, and the POWs who never made it home.

Candles and tributes were left after a vigil in Albert Square, Manchester, England, on Tuesday, the day after a suicide attack at an Ariana Grande concert attended by many young people. (Associated Press)

Don't 'retraumatize' children after Manchester attacks

- The Washington Times

"Death and loss are the kind of issues that defy sound bites," psychologist Renee Garfinkel told me Tuesday afternoon, less than 24 hours after singer Ariana Grande, 23, learned of the Manchester suicide bombing and referred to herself as "broken."

Seth Conrad Rich, a DNC staffer, was killed in July near his home in the District of Columbia. (Image via Rich's LinkedIn profile.)

The strange case of Seth Rich

- The Washington Times

This is the unfortunate story of the killing of a young man named Seth Conrad Rich, a Nebraska-born and -reared young man whose death by two gunshots has resulted in conspiracy theories of the worst kind.