(NEW YORK) -- The U.S. government is chartering a flight out of Wuhan, China -- the city at the center of the novel coronavirus outbreak -- for U.S. personnel, their families and some U.S. citizens on Wednesday.The evacuation flight for staff...

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(COLUMBUS, Ohio) -- The current model the U.S. and other countries plan to use to store high-level nuclear waste may not be as safe as previously thought.The materials used to store the waste "will likely degrade faster than anyone previously...

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(LONDON) -- Duchess Kate stepped out Tuesday for an art workshop with kids at a London hospital.Kate, 38, joined patients at an arts workshop where the mom of Prince George, 6, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 1, got to show her creat...

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(LONDON) -- One mother is taking a stand to try to change school policies she says restrict boys from having long hair.Bonnie Miller's 8-year-old son, Faro...

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(LONDON) -- Ever a divisive topic among grammar enthusiasts, the Oxford comma has been at the center of an enduring argument over punctuation.And most recently, the debate has been sparked by the punctuation mark’s absence on the 50p co...

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(KABUL, Afghanistan) -- A U.S. military aircraft crashed in central Afghanistan on Monday, according to a spokesperson for U.S. Forces Afghanistan.There was no information about whether there were any injuries or casualties."A U.S. Bo...

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(BAGHDAD) -- The U.S. Embassy compound in Baghdad was hit by multiple rockets on Sunday, two U.S. officials told ABC News.This is the first time the compound has been hit directly in years and comes just weeks after pro-Iranian militia member...

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(WASHINGTON) -- A 22-year-old U.S. Army Reserve soldier serving in Syria has died from injuries he sustained in a vehicle rollover accident.Spc. Antonio Moore was conducting route clearance operations as part of Operation Inherent Resolve in...

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(MOSCOW) -- Ever since Vladimir Putin announced a dramatic overhaul of Russia's constitution and the removal of his longtime prime minister and cabinet, Russians have been asking themselves a single question: What is Putin up to?Since the Jan...

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(BEIJING) -- Dragons, red envelopes, dumplings, firecrackers, lanterns and rats are all symbolic of festivities tied to Lunar New Year.As millions ring in the Lunar New Year in Southeast Asia, people will be celebrating by spending time toget...

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(PYONGYANG, North Korea) -- North Korea confirmed its named a former army colonel as its top diplomat in what analysts say is the latest sign of a shift away from talks with the U.S. over its nuclear weapons program.Ri Son Gwon has been heavi...

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(BERLIN) -- Six people are dead and two injured after a shooting in the German town of Rot am See on Friday, local police told ABC News.The gunman opened fire on several members of his family, police said. Three men, aged 36, 65 and 69 were k...

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(LONDON) -- More than 3,000 years ago in ancient Egypt, there lived a priest named Nesyamun who chanted and sang the daily liturgy at the famous temple of Karnak in Thebes.When Nesyamun died in 1069 B.C., his voice went silent, but inscriptio...

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(NEW YORK) -- A 3-year-old boy has officially become the youngest member of the Mensa high IQ society, and even his own mother is blown away.Muhammad Haryz Nadzim, a nursery school student, scored 142 on the Stanford-Binet IQ test. He was als...

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