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75 years after WWII, search continues for missing soldiers

KLESSIN, Germany - Thomas Siepert looks across the verdant grain field, glowing in the sun after a spring thunderstorm, as windmills slowly churn in the distance. Wild boar piglets trundle across the road into town and a hare pops out and dashes … more

Communities aren't ready for both COVID-19 and a disaster

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Blame hoarders for the toilet paper shortage

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Woman killed by gator was trying to touch it

COLUMBIA (AP) - The woman attacked and killed by an alligator in a gated community along the South Carolina coast was visiting the homeowner to do her nails and was trying to touch the animal when it grabbed her, authorities said. After briefly … more

South Carolina's predicted deaths rise as more reopening debated

COLUMBIA - As South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster gathered a meeting Tuesday of health experts, lawmakers, business leaders and state and local government officials about how to reopen society during the coronavirus, the state's predicted peak of … more

U.S. virus infection rate rising outside New York

Take the New York metropolitan area's progress against the coronavirus out of the equation, and the numbers show the rest of the U.S. is moving in the wrong direction, with the known infection rate rising even as states move to lift their lockdowns, … more

Italy eases long lockdown, leaders push vaccine effort

ROME - Millions of people were allowed to return to work in Italy on Monday as Europe's longest lockdown started to ease, while countries from Iceland to India took a patchwork of steps to loosen coronavirus restrictions. Businesses, including … more

Hunger could affect 1 out of 4 Americans amid virus

WASHINGTON - When all this started - when the coronavirus began stalking humanity like an animal hunting prey, when she and her husband lost their restaurant jobs overnight as the world shut down to hide, when she feared not being able to feed her … more
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