Southern West Virginia is a playground for hikers, cyclists and rock climbers, but in the heart of that lush landscape rests ...
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The new year has barely begun but it's already been deadly for migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. On F...
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In the latest social media craze, people are sharing photos comparing how they looked 10 years ago with how they look today. ...
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Cheryl Day makes hundreds of biscuits a day, churning them out by hand at Back In The Day Bakery in Savannah, Ga. Tall and go...
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"Click to pray" are not words you'd expect to come out of the pope's mouth. But that's what onlookers heard during the tradit...
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Sunday marks the second anniversary of President Trump's inauguration. At the midpoint of his four-year term, Trump has alrea...
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A crowd of students surrounds the Native American man, laughing and filming on cell phones. One boy, wearing a red Make Ameri...
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New York Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik is deeply worried about her party. "We are facing a crisis level of Republican women ...
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Isolation is an issue for many seniors, especially in rural places. It can lead to loneliness, which many experts consider a ...
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The family of an American citizen believed to have been jailed in Syria two years ago is making his story public for the firs...
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Aaron David Miller (@aarondmiller2), a vice president at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and a former St...
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Shivering and blue-lipped but smiling, Niraj Shukla emerged from the Ganges River this week, flanked by his parents and milli...
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