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Read more about 'Whoa, that's not right': Georgia towns lead census appeals
Read more about 'Whoa, that's not right': Georgia towns lead census appeals

'Whoa, that's not right': Georgia towns lead census appeals

Jan 25, 2022
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When officials in Chester, Georgia, heard that the 2020 census had pegged their small town at 525 people, their jaws dropped. They believed the town was almost triple that size and feared an inaccurate number could force them to make budget cuts. “I said, ‘Whoa, that’s not right,’” City Clerk Melanie McCook said. “The first thing I thought is, ‘This is going to affect our revenues greatly.’”
Read more about IS jailbreak, attacks in Syria, Iraq raise alarm; scores die
Read more about IS jailbreak, attacks in Syria, Iraq raise alarm; scores die

IS jailbreak, attacks in Syria, Iraq raise alarm; scores die

Jan 24, 2022
Read more about IS jailbreak, attacks in Syria, Iraq raise alarm; scores die
Read more about IS jailbreak, attacks in Syria, Iraq raise alarm; scores die
The Islamic State group unleashed its biggest attack in Syria since the fall of its "caliphate" three years ago. More than 100 militants assaulted the main prison holding suspected extremists, sparking a battle with U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters that continued 24 hours later and left dozens dead on Friday.
Read more about Norway killer Breivik tests limits of lenient justice system
Read more about Norway killer Breivik tests limits of lenient justice system

Norway killer Breivik tests limits of lenient justice system

Jan 24, 2022
Read more about Norway killer Breivik tests limits of lenient justice system
Read more about Norway killer Breivik tests limits of lenient justice system
Convicted mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik spends his days in a spacious three-room cell, playing video games, exercising, watching TV and taking university-level courses in mathematics and business. Halfway through a 21-year sentence and seeking early release, Breivik, 42, is being treated in a way that might seem shocking to people outside of Norway.
Read more about Spears case drives California bid to limit conservatorships
Read more about Spears case drives California bid to limit conservatorships

Spears case drives California bid to limit conservatorships

Jan 20, 2022
Read more about Spears case drives California bid to limit conservatorships
Read more about Spears case drives California bid to limit conservatorships
Disability rights activists and advocates for Britney Spears backed a California proposal Wednesday to provide more protections for those under court-ordered conservatorships, while promoting less-restrictive alternatives.
Read more about Army Corps of Engineers gets $14B to help ease supply chains
Read more about Army Corps of Engineers gets $14B to help ease supply chains

Army Corps of Engineers gets $14B to help ease supply chains

Jan 20, 2022
Read more about Army Corps of Engineers gets $14B to help ease supply chains
Read more about Army Corps of Engineers gets $14B to help ease supply chains
The Biden administration on Wednesday announced the release of $14 billion to the Army Corps of Engineers to fund 500 projects, with a focus on easing supply chain problems and addressing climate change.
Read more about At many churches, pandemic hits collection plates, budgets
Read more about At many churches, pandemic hits collection plates, budgets

At many churches, pandemic hits collection plates, budgets

Jan 20, 2022
Read more about At many churches, pandemic hits collection plates, budgets
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Biltmore United Methodist Church of Asheville, North Carolina, is for sale. Already financially strapped because of shrinking membership and a struggling preschool, the congregation was dealt a crushing blow by the coronavirus. Attendance plummeted, with many staying home or switching to other churches that stayed open the whole time. Gone, too, is the revenue the church formerly got from renting its space for events and meetings.
Read more about Trying to stem the pandemic, Uganda creates a fuel crisis
Read more about Trying to stem the pandemic, Uganda creates a fuel crisis

Trying to stem the pandemic, Uganda creates a fuel crisis

Jan 21, 2022
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A dispute over COVID-19 testing fees for truckers has created a fuel crisis in Uganda, highlighting an economic impact of the pandemic in a landlocked country with virtually no fuel reserves of its own.
Read more about Jill Biden: I didn't expect 'healing role' as first lady
Read more about Jill Biden: I didn't expect 'healing role' as first lady

Jill Biden: I didn't expect 'healing role' as first lady

Jan 19, 2022
Read more about Jill Biden: I didn't expect 'healing role' as first lady
Read more about Jill Biden: I didn't expect 'healing role' as first lady
Her husband campaigned to help unite the country, but Jill Biden says “healing” a nation wounded by a deadly pandemic, natural and other disasters and deep political polarization is among her chief roles as first lady, too.
Read more about Legislator dies using medical suicide law he helped pass
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Legislator dies using medical suicide law he helped pass

Jan 20, 2022
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A former Vermont legislator and House majority leader has died with the help of a law he himself helped pass that allows the terminally ill to end their own lives, his wife said.
Read more about New Mexico asks Guard to sub for sick teachers amid omicron
Read more about New Mexico asks Guard to sub for sick teachers amid omicron

New Mexico asks Guard to sub for sick teachers amid omicron

Jan 20, 2022
Read more about New Mexico asks Guard to sub for sick teachers amid omicron
Read more about New Mexico asks Guard to sub for sick teachers amid omicron
New Mexico is the first state in the nation to ask National Guard troops to serve as substitute teachers as preschools and K-12 public schools struggle to keep classrooms open amid surging COVID-19 infections.