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Wednesday March 14th, 2018 morning edition

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In May 2017, TMZ reported that Kanye West had gone to Wyoming allegedly to work on a new album.

Nearly one year later, it appears that West and others may have returned to the state to continue working.

News, “Kanye has been recording in Jackson Hole for the last week,” adding, “He has several producers, friends and his personal trainer who have all dropped into town to work with him.”

In addition, TMZ reports that Travis Scott is with West in Wyoming.

TMZ cites various photographs that show Travis, among others, in what could be Jackson Hole.

Travis, for example, does not indicate that he is in Wyoming, but he appears in the snow, and his manager, David Stromberg, recently shared an image from Wyoming.

The Jackson Hole rumors recall Kanye West’s recording process for 2010’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. »

Russian exile Nikolai Glushkov found dead at his London home

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A Russian exile who was close friends with the late oligarch Boris Berezovsky has been found dead in his London home, according to friends.

Nikolai Glushkov, 68, was discovered by his family and friends late on Monday night.

Police were called by the London ambulance service to a residential address in New Malden at 10.46pm on Monday. »

Uranus – Solar System Exploration: NASA Science

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Instead the planet was named for Uranus, the Greek god of the sky, as suggested by Johann Bode.​ Expore Uranus ›.

Ten Things to Know About Uranus 1 Huge Uranus is about four times wider than Earth.

The radioactive element uranium was named after Uranus when it was discovered in 1789, just eight years after the planet was discovered. »

Twelve Detroit school principals charged in alleged bribery scheme

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To ensure the invoices would be approved, prosecutors claim Sly paid out more than $900,000 in cash, gift cards and checks to school officials.

One of the principals, Ronald Alexander, appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in an episode that aired last month to accept a $500,000 donation from Lowes for Spain Elementary.

The charges aren't related to the home improvement store's donation, which was to go toward renovations, computers and other needs at the school. »

Glen W. Bell Jr., 86, Taco Bell Founder, Dies

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His death was announced Sunday on the Taco Bell Web site.

By the time Mr. Bell sold the chain to PepsiCo in 1978, it had grown to 868 restaurants.

One competitor, only a few miles away, was the original stand opened by two brothers with the last name of McDonald. »