Jan. 20, 2020
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Cambodia’s Tonle Sap lake is suffering its worst fishing season in memory, with potentially devastating effects for millions.
A four-year investigation into the Orange County Sheriff’s Department ended with no explanation and no criminal charges in 2019.
Cambodia’s Tonle Sap lake is suffering its worst fishing season in memory, with potentially devastating effects for millions.
A craft beer pub and a pizzeria in suburban Denver are run almost entirely by people with disabilities. The bartenders have autism, Down syndrome and cerebral palsy. Some are blind, deaf or have traumatic brain injuries.
Biden and Sanders are locked in an ideological contest, yet many voters like both. If either is to be the nominee, these non-ideological folks could be decisive.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes passed for 294 yards with three touchdowns and rushed for another 53 yards and a score to beat the Titans and advance to Super Bowl LIV.
Prince Harry has taken aim at the journalists who have dissected his life since the day he was born as he expressed regret for the way he has had to step down from royal duties.
A Mexican couple has worked the same goat-meat stand for 20 years, using a family recipe that hasn’t changed in half a century.
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Kyle Kuzma was once thought of as an offense first guard, but he’s proven to his Lakers teammates he can be just as effective on the defensive end of the floor.
The Las Vegas Raiders certainly has a ring to it and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell noted the possibility of Las Vegas hosting the Super Bowl.
Follow along and ask questions as Arash Markazi interviews celebrities and players, hits up parties and checks out the best food ahead of Super Bowl LIV.
A man shot and killed two police officers as they responded to a domestic incident in Honolulu. Moments after the shooting, the house was set on fire, possibly by the suspect.
More than a thousand Central American migrants marooned in Guatemala are preparing to walk en masse on Monday across a bridge leading to Mexico in an attempt to convince authorities there to allow them safe passage through the country.
Thousands of gun-rights activists and other groups protesting Democrats’ plans to pass gun-control legislation are set to descend on Virginia’s capital.
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