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NewsPlexus Media February 27, 2021

Archeologists find intact ceremonial chariot near Pompeii
Officials at the Pompeii archaeological site in Italy announced Saturday the discovery of an intact ceremonial chariot, one of several important discoveries made in the same area outside the park near Naples following an investigation into an illegal dig.
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NewsPlexus Media February 27, 2021

Trump the dominant force at conservative conference
A conference dedicated to the future of the conservative movement turned into an ode to Donald Trump as speakers declared their fealty to the former president and attendees posed for selfies with a golden statue of his likeness.
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NewsPlexus Media February 27, 2021

IS bride loses bid to return to UK to fight for citizenship
A woman who ran away from London as a teenager to join the Islamic State group lost her bid Friday to return to the U.K. to fight for the restoration of her citizenship, which was revoked on national security grounds. Shamima Begum was one of three east London schoolgirls who traveled to Syria in 2015. She resurfaced at a refugee camp in Syria and told reporters she wanted to come home, but was denied the chance after former Home Secretary Sajid Javid revoked her citizenship.
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NewsPlexus Media February 27, 2021

New York woman loses job, leads pantry feeding thousands
While dozens of New Yorkers lined up outside in the rain, shopping carts at the ready as they waited for free food, Sofia Moncayo led her team in prayer. By then, they had worked almost nonstop for hours. They picked up heavy boxes, separated thousands of items and removed snow from the curb. They were cold, wet and tired. No one would pay them and they didn't care. They were just happy to be there for someone else that day.
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NewsPlexus Media February 26, 2021

California Gov. Gavin Newsom expects California to start administering the new Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine next week.
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NewsPlexus Media February 26, 2021

Could pandemic further erode the New England town meeting?
The town meeting, for centuries, was a staple of New England life — but the coronavirus pandemic could accelerate the departure from the tradition where people gather to debate everything from the purchase of local road equipment to multimillion-dollar budgets to pressing social issues.
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NewsPlexus Media February 26, 2021

Man who played Duke Chapel bells for 50 years dies
When J. Samuel Hammond arrived as a freshman at Duke University in 1964, he knew nothing about the musical instrument that allowed a player to send melodies ringing across campus from the bells in the school's iconic chapel tower. A demonstration from a fellow student introduced him to the 50-bell carillon that would become his life's work.
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NewsPlexus Media February 26, 2021

Cat that vanished 15 years ago reunited with owner
A cat that went astray about 15 years ago has been reunited, older and maybe wiser, with its owner. Brandy, a brown tabby, was reunited Monday afternoon with Charles, who adopted her as a 2-month-old kitten in 2005. "It's amazing. I think it's unbelievable," he said Thursday.
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NewsPlexus Media February 26, 2021

Rarely seen Van Gogh painting exhibited ahead of auction
A rare painting by Dutch impressionist master Vincent van Gogh of a street scene in the Parisian neighborhood of Montmartre will be publicly displayed for the first time before its auction next month. Sotheby's auction house said the work, painted in 1887, has remained in the same family collection for more than 100 years — out of the public eye.
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NewsPlexus Media February 25, 2021

Lady Gaga's dog walker shot, French bulldogs stolen in LA
Lady Gaga's dog walker was shot and two of the singer's French bulldogs were stolen in Hollywood during an armed robbery, police said. The singer is offering a $500,000 reward.
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NewsPlexus Media February 25, 2021

Explainer: Mount Etna puts on its latest spectacular show
On Feb. 16, Mount Etna, the volcano that towers over eastern Sicily, erupted, sending up high fountains of lava, which rolled down the mountain's eastern slope.
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NewsPlexus Media February 25, 2021

Meet the vaccine appointment bots, and their foes
Having trouble scoring a COVID-19 vaccine appointment? You’re not alone. To cope, some people are turning to bots that scan overwhelmed websites and send alerts on social media when slots open up.
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NewsPlexus Media February 25, 2021

Trash fills Bosnia river faster than workers can pull it out
Environmental activists in Bosnia are warning that tons of garbage floating down the Balkan country's rivers are endangering the local ecosystem and people's health. The Drina River, located on the border between Bosnia and Serbia, has been covered for weeks with trash that has piled up faster than the authorities can clear it out.
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NewsPlexus Media February 25, 2021

Conviction in landmark case over Syrian government torture
A former member of Syrian President Bashar Assad's secret police was convicted Wednesday by a German court of facilitating the torture of prisoners in a landmark ruling that human rights activists hope will set a precedent for other cases in the decade-long conflict. Eyad Al-Gharib was convicted of accessory to crimes against humanity and sentenced by the Koblenz state court to 4 1/2 years in prison.
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NewsPlexus Media February 24, 2021

Lucky to be alive, Woods faces difficult recovery
In a career filled with remarkable comebacks, Tiger Woods faces perhaps his toughest recovery of all.
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NewsPlexus Media February 24, 2021

Drunken driving charge against Bruce Springsteen dropped
The government dropped drunken driving and reckless driving charges against Bruce Springsteen on Wednesday stemming from an incident in November, admitting that the rocker's blood-alcohol level was so low that it didn't warrant the charges.
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NewsPlexus Media February 24, 2021

School voucher push taps frustration over distance learning
School choice advocates and lawmakers in many states are counting on the frustrations of parents to bolster efforts to pass or expand laws allowing families to use public money to pay for private school or to help teach their own children at home.
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NewsPlexus Media February 24, 2021

Iraq's struggling Christians hope for boost from pope visit
Iraq’s Christian communities in the area were dealt a severe blow when they were scattered by the IS onslaught in 2014, further shrinking the country's already dwindling Christian population. Many hope their struggle to endure will get a boost from a historic visit by Pope Francis planned in March.
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NewsPlexus Media February 24, 2021

Authorities: Prison riots in Ecuador leave 62 dead
Sixty-two inmates have died in riots at prisons in three cities in Ecuador as a result of fights between rival gangs and an escape attempt, authorities said Tuesday.
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NewsPlexus Media February 24, 2021

Food fight: Meat-free school meals spark furor in France
By taking meat off the menu at school canteens, the ecologist mayor of one of France's most famously gastronomic cities has kicked up a storm of protest and debate as the country increasingly questions the environmental costs of its meaty dietary habits.
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NewsPlexus Media February 23, 2021

Deb Haaland hearing is Indian Country's Obama moment
For Native Americans, Deb Haaland is more than an elected official on track to become the first Indigenous secretary of the Interior Department. She is a sister, an auntie and a fierce pueblo woman whose political stances have been molded by her upbringing. News of her historic nomination electrified Indian Country. Tribal leaders and organizations for weeks have urged people to write and call U.S. senators who will decide if she'll lead the agency that has broad oversight over Native American affairs and energy development.
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NewsPlexus Media February 23, 2021

Gun provocation reveals tensions in Michigan tourist haven
Some 90 minutes into a routine meeting of the Grand Traverse County board, its agenda packed with mundane topics such as roads and libraries, came a surprising seven seconds that drew the kind of national attention no local government wants. As usual, citizens phoned in to sound off. Among them was Keli MacIntosh, who complained about remarks to the board last spring by members of the Proud Boys on designating the county four hours northwest of Detroit as a “Second Amendment sanctuary.” As MacIntosh urged the chairman to disavow the far-right group that was a leading agitator during the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, commissioner Ron Clous — seated in a room with deer heads mounted on a wall — briefly disappeared from view and returned holding a rifle. He brandished it for the webcam, then set it aside.
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NewsPlexus Media February 23, 2021

Grammy-winning duo Daft Punk break up after 28 years
Grammy-winning electronic music pioneers Daft Punk have announced that they are breaking up after 28 years.
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NewsPlexus Media February 23, 2021

National Spelling Bee to return in mostly virtual format
The Scripps National Spelling Bee will return this year in a mostly virtual format, with the in-person competition limited to a dozen finalists who will gather on an ESPN campus at Walt Disney World in Florida.
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NewsPlexus Media February 23, 2021

Bone cancer survivor to join billionaire on SpaceX flight
After beating bone cancer, Hayley Arceneaux figures rocketing into orbit on SpaceX’s first private flight should be a piece of cosmic cake.
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NewsPlexus Media February 22, 2021

Tunisian doctor plays violin to boost virus patients' morale
When Dr. Mohamed Salah Siala began working on the COVID-19 front line in January in a Tunisian hospital he never imagined harnessing his music skills in the fight against the virus. Yet when the 25-year-old decided to get out his violin one day at Hedi Chaker Hospital in the city of Sfax and play, it won praise for boosting the morale of virus sufferers who remained isolated and needed a smile.
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NewsPlexus Media February 22, 2021

139-year-old house rolls to new San Francisco address
After 139 years at 807 Franklin St. in San Francisco, a two-story Victorian house has a new address. The green home with large windows and a brown front door was loaded onto giant dollies and moved Sunday to a location six blocks away.
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NewsPlexus Media February 22, 2021

Trump to speak at CPAC in first post-White House appearance
Donald Trump will be making his first post-presidential appearance at a conservative gathering in Florida next weekend. Ian Walters, spokesman for the American Conservative Union, confirmed that Trump will be speaking at the group's annual Conservative Political Action Conference on Feb. 28.
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NewsPlexus Media February 22, 2021

Biden pays a visit to ailing former GOP Sen. Bob Dole
President Joe Biden paid a visit Saturday to former Sen. Bob Dole, days after the World War II veteran and 1996 Republican presidential nominee announced he'd been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer.
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NewsPlexus Media February 22, 2021

Space station launch honors 'Hidden Figures' mathematician
A space station supply ship named after the Black NASA mathematician featured in the movie "Hidden Figures" rocketed into orbit Saturday, the 59th anniversary of John Glenn's historic launch. Northrop Grumman's Cygnus capsule — dubbed the S.S. Katherine Johnson — should reach the International Space Station on Monday following its launch from Virginia's eastern shore.
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NewsPlexus Media February 21, 2021

Cyprus activists: Hunters' lead pellets threaten flamingos
Conservationists in Cyprus are urging authorities to expand a hunting ban throughout a coastal salt lake network amid concerns that migrating flamingos could potentially swallow lethal quantities of lead shotgun pellets.
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NewsPlexus Media February 21, 2021

Cloud 9: Djokovic wins 9th Australian Open, 18th Slam title
Maybe, just maybe, the thinking went, Novak Djokovic would be just a tad more susceptible to trouble this time around at the Australian Open.
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NewsPlexus Media February 21, 2021

Italy: Pope, others hail health workers on COVID anniversary
Pope Francis and Italy’s president on Saturday marked a newly established annual day to honor doctors, nurses and other health care workers, exactly one year after the nation’s first known native case of COVID-19 emerged.
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NewsPlexus Media February 21, 2021

Boy Scouts celebrate the first group of female Eagle Scouts
Growing up in Minneapolis, Isabella Tunney followed the progress of her older brother with admiration and occasional envy as he worked toward earning the Boy Scouts’ prestigious rank of Eagle Scout.
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NewsPlexus Media February 21, 2021

Hand-holding but no hugs: UK OKs some nursing home visits
The British government announced a small step out of the nation's lockdown on Saturday — allowing nursing home residents to have a single friend or family member visit them indoors.
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NewsPlexus Media February 21, 2021

Inspector general reviews Trump relocation of Space Command
The Department of Defense's inspector general announced Friday that it was reviewing the Trump administration's last-minute decision to relocate U.S. Space Command from Colorado to Alabama.
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NewsPlexus Media February 21, 2021

'Kimye' is no more: Kardashian files to divorce West
Kim Kardashian West has filed for divorce from Kanye West Friday after 6 1/2 years of marriage and four children.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

It's final: Harry and Meghan won't return as working royals
Buckingham Palace confirmed Friday that Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, will not be returning to royal duties, and Harry will give up his honorary military titles — a decision that makes formal, and final, the couple's split from the royal family.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

VIRUS TODAY: Winter weather impacting U.S. vaccination plans
Three things to know about what's happening Friday with the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

Nonprofits step up to protect fertility for cancer patients
Fertility preservation wasn't something that Roshni Kamta had ever thought about at 22 years old, let alone planned for. But a shocking breast cancer diagnosis a few months earlier had transformed everything. After some quick decisions, she found herself poised to undergo an egg retrieval procedure days before embarking on cancer treatments.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

VIRUS DIARY: It's mud, mud everywhere in UK's 3rd lockdown
It's apparently not enough for Britons to endure almost 120,000 COVID-19 deaths and face a new variant of the virus that scientists say is more contagious and more deadly. Not enough to struggle through a third lockdown in less than a year, a shutdown now in its ninth week in London with no end in sight. No, all of this has to come smack in the middle of Britain's mud season, the time formally known as winter.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

Prosecutor son seeks father's release in fatal Brink's heist
David Gilbert went to prison a revolutionary, raising his fist and scorning authorities who prosecuted him for an infamous 1981 armored truck robbery in which a guard and two police officers were killed. Four decades later, advocates for the 76-year-old inmate’s release include San Francisco’s chief prosecutor, the son left behind at 14 months old when both his parents were arrested.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

'Alone': How Italian town with 1st known virus death fared
Italy delivered the first shocking confirmation of locally transmitted coronavirus infections outside of Asia a year ago Sunday, with back-to-back revelations of cases more than 150 kilometers (nearly 100 miles) apart in the country's north.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

The lighter days of CNN's Cuomo Brothers show are long gone
For CNN, last spring's prime-time banter between Chris Cuomo and his older brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, looks worse in hindsight as the governor's administration is questioned about its role in failing to disclose the true number of COVID-19 nursing home deaths.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

Doctors race to find, vaccinate vulnerable homebound people
A group of health care workers hurried out of a Boston hospital on a recent weekday morning, clutching small red coolers filled with COVID-19 vaccines. Their challenge: Beat traffic, a looming snowstorm and the clock. They had to get shots in the arms of their homebound patients before the vaccines expired in a few hours.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

YouTube removes Ohio committee video, citing misinformation
Legislative testimony made Wednesday in support of a GOP-backed effort to limit public health orders made by Ohio's governor was removed from YouTube after the service deemed it contained COVID-19 misinformation.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

Divides in parent opinion complicate school reopening push
President Joe Biden is pushing for K-8 schools to fully reopen in his first 100 days. But don’t look for Omeisha Snape’s kids in the classrooms. The New York City mother made the decision to keep her six children home in the fall when given the option of some in-person learning, and she’s heard nothing to change her mind about continuing remote learning for the rest of the school year. Other parents, though, have joined lawsuits to force schools to fully open their doors, illustrating a divide that often breaks down along racial lines. The reticence of large numbers of parents who are skeptical of schools' ability to keep their children safe complicates reopening plans for districts that also are weighing other factors including resistance of teachers unions and the logistics involved in keeping up social distancing.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

2 Belarusian journalists sent to prison for covering protest
Two journalists in Belarus were convicted Thursday of violating public order and sentenced to two years in prison after they covered a protest against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Katsiaryna Bakhvalava, 27, who also goes by the last name of Andreyeva, and Daria Chultsova, 23, both of the Polish-funded Belsat TV channel, were arrested in November after police broke down the door of a Minsk apartment where they doing a live stream of a demonstration in the Belarusian capital.
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

Anti-vax at the Vatican? You might lose your job
The Vatican is taking Pope Francis' pro-vaccine stance very seriously: Any Vatican employee who refuses to get a coronavirus shot without a valid medical reason risks being fired. A Feb. 8 decree signed by the governor of the Vatican city-state says that employees who opt out of vaccination without a proven medical reason could be subject to a sanction up to and including "the interruption of the relationship of employment."
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NewsPlexus Media February 19, 2021

Hiccups as Virginia lawmakers adapt to legislating by Zoom
The coronavirus pandemic is again upending the daily routines of the tradition-bound Virginia General Assembly. The body that traces its lineage back more than four centuries to 1619 has been working under extraordinary circumstances, legislating to a substantial degree by video conference. The situation has led to persistent technical difficulties, an uncharacteristically profane hot mic situation and more serious complaints from lawmakers and advocates alike. Critics say legislating over Zoom has limited transparency, stifled public participation and diluted the democratic process.
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