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The claim comes as Russia amasses troops and materiel near the Ukrainian border ahead of what Western officials fear will be an assault on Ukraine.
The scientific case for the range of vaccines recommended by public health officials in the U.S. remains as solid as ever. But anti-vaccine propaganda has found its way into many reaches of American life.
Investors are fleeing riskier assets, from tech stocks to cryptocurrencies.
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A monastery in New Mexico prepares for the return of the outsiders who help provide its livelihood and its identity.
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The Monastery of Christ in the Desert is in a canyon in northern New Mexico.
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Despite the economic recovery, spending power has fallen for many people.
The Colorado Fire prompted evacuation orders in Monterey County (AP)
The Colorado Fire started Friday in Palo Colorado Canyon, a rural area in Monterey County, and had burned about 1,500 acres, said Michael Meddles, assistant chief with Cal Fire. It was 20 percent contained as of Saturday evening.
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Workers remove oil from Cavero Beach in Callao, Peru, Friday. (AP)
A Spanish oil company said waves caused by the volcanic eruption near Tonga last week were responsible for the spill of 6,000 barrels of oil off the coast of Peru.
For the first time since 1994, the government must update energy-efficiency standards for manufactured houses. Some, however, have already been finding workarounds.
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He entered the country without a hitch and wandered the Dallas area for two weeks without attracting much attention.
Snow accumulates in Nevada City, Calif., on Dec. 27. (AP)
While there’s a lot of good news to go around, keep in mind that soil moisture deficits still exist, and there’s a lot more snow season to go.
The 17-year-old Magruder High School student was armed with a “ghost gun," police in Montgomery County said.
Short-term problems have obscured what transit leaders say is coming into greater focus with each passing month.
Lt. Gov. Winsome Earle-Sears with former lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax in January. (AP)
Winsome Earle-Sears sparked anger during her first week by suggesting that school districts will lose state funding if they don't comply with the governor's directive to loosen mask requirements.
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