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After years of progress in reducing the number of annual deaths from tuberculosis, the number of cases of the infectious respiratory disease went up in 2020.
Oct. 15, 2021
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FEMA says its new rates better reflect the risk from more intense and frequent rain and floods. The increase could make housing unaffordable for some in the most flood-prone areas.
Oct. 15, 2021
During the pandemic, karaoke has been kayoed due to fears of viral spread. If you've got a song in your heart and a vaccine in your arm, is it safe to pick up a karaoke mic in public?
Oct. 15, 2021
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An independent commission was set up Friday to investigate the conditions at the run-down building in the port city of Kaohsiung that caught fire.
Oct. 15, 2021
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Espen Andersen Braathen, a 37-year-old Danish citizen, has confessed to the killings. Police have described the attack as an act of terror.
Oct. 15, 2021
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The exhibit at San Diego's Museum of Contemporary Art will include 50 of the artist's pieces, including the Virgen de Guadalupe triptych which remains one of López's best known works.
Oct. 15, 2021
Ni Una Menos, or Not One Less, started out in Argentina as a slogan chanted by thousands protesting the murders of young women. It eventually spawned a women's rights movement across Latin America.
Oct. 15, 2021
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President and CEO of the SBC's Executive Committee Ronnie Floyd announced his departure Thursday in a statement critical of recent decisions related to the third-party review.
Oct. 14, 2021
An investigation is underway to determine who set the snare trap that killed the zebra on a Maryland private property. The person who set the trap could face charges.
Oct. 14, 2021
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His spokesperson says Clinton was admitted to University of California Irvine Medical Center to receive treatment for a "non-Covid-related infection" and is in "good spirits."
Oct. 14, 2021
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The St. Louis Post-Dispatch says it alerted officials to a security flaw on a state website. Gov. Mike Parson described it as a hack that be investigated and could cost taxpayers $50 million.
Oct. 14, 2021
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The Trump administration fired former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe on the eve of his retirement in 2018. McCabe then sued over his termination.
Oct. 14, 2021
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The U.S. donation from its domestic supplies comes on top of the 50 million doses previously donated to Africa, which world health officials say is 500 million doses short of its goal.
Oct. 14, 2021
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Mark Forkner is charged with deceiving safety regulators who were evaluating the plane, which was later involved in two deadly crashes.
Oct. 14, 2021
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The New York real estate heir was convicted in the killing of his best friend more that two decades ago.
Oct. 14, 2021

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