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VOA: Monster Wildfire Tests Years of Forest Management Efforts

Ecologists in a vast region of wetlands and forest in remote Oregon have spent the past decade thinning young trees and using...

VOA: Billionaire Bezos Back on Earth After Successful Suborbital Trip

The fully automated rocket reached an altitude of about 106 kilometers after reaching Mach 3. Once at altitude, the booster separated from...

NPR: Latina Journalists’ Ousters From Denver TV Powerhouse Spark Outrage

Sonia Gutierrez dreamed of returning to her hometown of Denver as a television reporter for the city's defining news station: KUSA 9News....

VOA: As QAnon Strains Relationships, Loved Ones Try to Show a Way Out

In January, a woman calling herself Caroline — her name is changed for her safety — told WOI-DT in Iowa that she...

NPR: OPEC And Allied Nations Have Agreed To End A Dispute That Has Roiled Energy Prices

OPEC and allied nations Sunday agreed to eventually raise the production limits imposed on five countries, ending an earlier dispute sparked by...

REUTERS: After U.S. push, EU pauses tax plan, but Ireland sticks to its guns

The European Union has agreed to delay a corporate tax plan for the bloc following pressure from the U.S. administration and in...

REUTERS: Nasdaq, S&P 500 scale new peaks as focus turns to earnings, economic data

Wall Street's main indexes rose on Monday, with the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 hitting record highs, as investors awaited the start...

AP: Wildfires rage as US West grapples with heat wave, drought

Firefighters were working in extreme temperatures across the U.S. West and struggling to contain wildfires, the largest burning in California and Oregon,...

REUTERS: Colombia says no ‘hypothesis’ in Haiti plot, U.S. officials meet Haiti leaders

Colombian police said on Monday they could not share any hypothesis about the murder of Haitian President Jovenel Moise and that they...

AP: US stops jailing pregnant migrants, reversing Trump policy

U.S. immigration authorities will no longer routinely jail migrants facing deportation if they are pregnant or recently gave birth, reversing a Trump-era...

NPR: First African American Spelling Bee Champ Breezes To Win

Whether dribbling a basketball or identifying obscure Latin or Greek roots, Zaila Avant-garde doesn't show much stress. Now she has become the...

NPR: Haiti’s President Jovenel Moïse Is Assassinated, Shocking The Unstable Nation

Jovenel Moïse, Haiti's embattled president who thrust the country into deeper political turmoil during his tumultuous one term in office, was assassinated...

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Chicago In Tune music festival is Aug. 19 – Sept. 19

Make plans to experience Chicago In Tune, a new citywide festival (Aug. 19 – Sept. 19) that celebrates music in the key...

[Champaign] Immigrant Back-to-School Resource Fair

Local immigrant-serving organizations hosting back-to-school resource fair with free food, school supplies, and COVID-19 vaccination clinic CHAMPAIGN, IL --...

[Champaign] Campustown Pub Tour

Thursday, July 22 at 5:30 PM at Murphy's Pub Grab some friends and explore Campustown pubs on the 13...

[Urbana] Run the Power of Parks 5k during July

Run a 5k race at your own pace during the month of July at the Urbana Park District Power of Parks 5k.