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    Archaeologists have unearthed a striking work of art in the ancient city of Pompeii.
    A worker carefully brushed away 2000-year-old volcanic ash to reveal a fresco, or watercolor wall painting. It depicts the myth of Leda and the Swan.
    In the story, the God Jupiter takes the form of a swan and i...
     
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    Secret Recordings Prove Woman Accused in GoFundMe Scam Is Innocent, Her Lawyer Says

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    By Inside Edition Staff The lawyer for the woman accused in the GoFundMe scam has released secret recordings that she says prove her innocence.  In the recordings, which were given to ABC News, Kate McClure can be heard shouting at boyfriend Mark D'Amico. McClure, D'Amico and homeless man Johnny Bobbitt are accused of making up a sob story to raise more than $400,000 on the crowdfunding platform GoFundMe. "You started the whole f***ing thing, you did everything," McClure says in on... 
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