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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Chris Herd
Australia captain Lucas Neill has been overlooked for a friendly next week against Ecuador as coach Ange Postecoglou looks to audition new faces ahead of the World Cup.
Scientists are confirming a recent and rare invasion from Mars: meteorite chunks from the red planet that fell in Morocco last July.
University of Alberta meteorite expert Chris Herd said the find was welcome since most Martian rocks that rain on Earth tend to be younger.
"It's fairly fresh. It hasn't been subjected to a whole lot of weathering," said Herd, who had no role in the research.