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Read more about 2-headed baby turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal refuge
Read more about 2-headed baby turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal refuge

2-headed baby turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal refuge

Oct 17, 2021
Read more about 2-headed baby turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal refuge
Read more about 2-headed baby turtle thrives at Massachusetts animal refuge
A rare two-headed diamondback terrapin turtle is alive and kicking — with all six of its legs — at the Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center in Massachusetts after hatching two weeks ago.
Read more about British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars
Read more about British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars

British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars

Oct 19, 2021
Read more about British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars
Read more about British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars
The British Museum will display what it says is the world's oldest surviving map of the stars in a major upcoming exhibition on the Stonehenge stone circle.
Read more about Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line
Read more about Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line

Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line

Oct 04, 2021
Read more about Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line
Read more about Women's March targets Supreme Court, with abortion on line
The first Women's March of the Biden administration headed straight for the steps of the Supreme Court on Saturday, part of nationwide protests that drew thousands to Washington to demand continued access to abortion in a year when conservative lawmakers and judges have put it in jeopardy.
Read more about Basta! Romans say enough to invasion of wild boars in city
Read more about Basta! Romans say enough to invasion of wild boars in city

Basta! Romans say enough to invasion of wild boars in city

Sep 29, 2021
Read more about Basta! Romans say enough to invasion of wild boars in city
Read more about Basta! Romans say enough to invasion of wild boars in city
Rome has been invaded by Gauls, Visigoths and vandals over the centuries, but the Eternal City is now grappling with a rampaging force of an entirely different sort: rubbish-seeking wild boars.
Read more about Afghans face hunger crisis, adding to Taliban's challenges
Read more about Afghans face hunger crisis, adding to Taliban's challenges

Afghans face hunger crisis, adding to Taliban's challenges

Sep 02, 2021
Read more about Afghans face hunger crisis, adding to Taliban's challenges
Read more about Afghans face hunger crisis, adding to Taliban's challenges
About one third of Afghanistan's population of 38 million already doesn't know if they will have a meal every day — and the U.N. is warning that food stockpiles could run out this month.
Read more about Victorious Taliban focus on governing after US withdrawal
Read more about Victorious Taliban focus on governing after US withdrawal

Victorious Taliban focus on governing after US withdrawal

Sep 01, 2021
Read more about Victorious Taliban focus on governing after US withdrawal
Read more about Victorious Taliban focus on governing after US withdrawal
Having humbled the world’s most powerful military, the Taliban now face the challenge of governing a nation of 38 million people that relies heavily on international aid, and imposing some form of Islamic rule on a population that is far more educated and cosmopolitan than it was when the group last governed Afghanistan in the late 1990s.
Read more about With no tourist handouts, hungry Bali monkeys raid homes
Read more about With no tourist handouts, hungry Bali monkeys raid homes

With no tourist handouts, hungry Bali monkeys raid homes

Sep 06, 2021
Read more about With no tourist handouts, hungry Bali monkeys raid homes
Read more about With no tourist handouts, hungry Bali monkeys raid homes
Deprived of their preferred food source — the bananas, peanuts and other goodies brought in by tourists now kept away by the coronavirus — hungry monkeys on the resort island of Bali have taken to raiding villagers' homes in their search for something tasty.
Read more about Woman plans to help fellow Rwandan amputees get prosthetics
Read more about Woman plans to help fellow Rwandan amputees get prosthetics

Woman plans to help fellow Rwandan amputees get prosthetics

Sep 29, 2021
Read more about Woman plans to help fellow Rwandan amputees get prosthetics
Read more about Woman plans to help fellow Rwandan amputees get prosthetics
She was orphaned during Rwanda’s genocide and lost much of one of her legs to childhood cancer, but Claudine Humure has dreams of giving back to her once war-torn homeland. First, though, she needed a new leg to propel her on the next part of her journey.
Read more about New Jersey's largest dairy farm nearly destroyed in tornado
Read more about New Jersey's largest dairy farm nearly destroyed in tornado

New Jersey's largest dairy farm nearly destroyed in tornado

Sep 08, 2021
Read more about New Jersey's largest dairy farm nearly destroyed in tornado
Read more about New Jersey's largest dairy farm nearly destroyed in tornado
The morning after one of the most intense tornadoes recorded in New Jersey history all but demolished the largest dairy farm in the state, owners Marianne and Wally Eachus looked at each other and just cried. “What are we going to do?” they asked one another.
Read more about Rainy season unleashes with fury, beauty in US Southwest
Read more about Rainy season unleashes with fury, beauty in US Southwest

Rainy season unleashes with fury, beauty in US Southwest

Sep 06, 2021
Read more about Rainy season unleashes with fury, beauty in US Southwest
Read more about Rainy season unleashes with fury, beauty in US Southwest
Monsoon storms have brought spectacular lightning shows, bounties of wildflowers and mushrooms, and record rainfall to the region's deserts. They've also brought destruction, flooding streets and homes, and leading to some swift water rescues and more than a dozen deaths.