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  • US charges ISIS members in deaths of Arizona woman, 3 other Americans

    The Justice Department has charged two Islamic State militants in connection with the deaths of four American hostages, including Kayla Mueller of Prescott.
  • WHO: 10% of world’s people may have been infected with virus

    GENEVA (AP) — The head of emergencies at the World Health Organization said Monday the agency’s “best estimates” indicate roughly 1 in 10 people worldwide may have been infected by the coronavirus — more than 20 times the number of confirmed cases — and warned of a difficult period ahead. Dr. Michael Ryan, speaking to […]
  • ASU scientists warn plastic pollution will only increase

    A new study by ASU's School of Life Sciences found that the amount of plastic pollution will continue to outpace its reduction well into the future.
  • UK leader urges parents to let their kids go back to school

    LONDON (AP) — Britain’s prime minister is asking parents to set aside their fears and send their children back to school next month when schools in Britain fully reopen for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic shut then down more than five months ago. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it was the government’s “moral […]
  • Massive deadly explosion leaves behind widespread damage in Beirut

    A massive explosion rocked Beirut on Tuesday, flattening much of the port, damaging buildings and blowing out windows and doors across the Lebanese capital.
  • Olivia de Havilland, Oscar-winning actress, dies at 104

    Havilland, the sister of fellow Oscar winner Joan Fontaine, died peacefully of natural causes, said New York-based publicist Lisa Goldberg.
  • John Lewis, lion of civil rights and Congress, dies at 80

    John Lewis, who carried the struggle against racial discrimination from Southern battlegrounds of the 1960s to the halls of Congress, has died.
  • Josh Holt

    ‘Hope In Darkness’ podcast details Utah man’s Venezuela prison ordeal

    SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah man who spent nearly two years in a Venezuela prison is sharing never-before-heard details of his ordeal in a new podcast. “Hope In Darkness” tells the story of Josh Holt and his wife, Thamy, who were held without a trial and accused of spying on Venezuela for the United […]
  • Drop in gas prices projected to continue amid coronavirus outbreak

    As the coronavirus continues to spread in America and around the globe,financial markets and the oil industry are being hit hard.
  • ASU students describe chaotic return from China due to coronavirus

    ASU students in the Flagship program in Nanjing were told Jan. 29 to leave China due to an increased risk from the novel coronavirus.