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Isolated and Unseen, Yemenis Eat Leaves to Stave Off Famine

CAIRO (AP) – In a remote pocket of northern Yemen, many families with starving children have nothing to eat but the leaves of a local vine, boiled into a sour, acidic green paste. International aid agencies have been caught off guard by the extent of the suffering there as parents and children waste away.


How Hurricane Storm Surges Build Up, Destroy and Kill

WASHINGTON (AP) – Already the ocean is swallowing beaches, roads and anything else in the way of Hurricane Florence’s monstrous storm surge.


September 2018
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July 2018
Jul 5 Economy & Personal Finance Pew: Share of Teens with Summer Jobs Dropped Since 2000
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June 2018
Jun 5 Society & Lifestyles 1 in 5 Young Adult Deaths from Opioids
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May 2018
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April 2018
Apr 12 Economy & Personal Finance The Downside to U.S. Jobless Claims Remaining Low
Apr 2 Society & Lifestyles London Murder Rate Surpasses NYC
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March 2018
Mar 14 Weather & Environment South Africa Drought Now a National Disaster
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February 2018
Feb 25 Economy & Personal Finance 1 in 5 Americans Have More Credit Card Debt than Savings
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January 2018
Jan 13 Weather & Environment Ocean Dead Zones Have Quadrupled Since 1950
Jan 4 Economy & Personal Finance Apple Set to Become First $1 Trillion Company This Year
Jan 1 Health Issues U.S. Hit Hard by Early Flu Season
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Christ Foretold “Wars, Rumors of Wars and Commotions”—Here Now!