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Votes for the 12 Katmai National Park bears in this year's Fat Bear Week bracket are being taken until Oct. 10.
The revised number emerged late Thursday after Hawaii Gov. Josh Green said the FBI was working to "un-duplicate people" reported missing.
The bipartisan reforms remove serious criminal cases from victims' chain of command, instead placing them under trained prosecutors.
The 2023 date to file a tax return or an extension is Tuesday, April 18 — and refunds have been reduced as federal stimulus checks lapse.
Twitter added a "state-affiliated media" tag to NPR's main account Tuesday, the same label it uses for state media in countries like Russia and China.
Declassified footage shows two Russian fighter jets flying near a U.S. drone over the Black Sea and, the Pentagon says, colliding with it.
The air defense center was created in the 1950s, as a counter to a rival superpower. Now NORAD is front and center again, prompting questions about what it does — and how it copes with modern threats.
The reign of the mighty Boeing 747 has ended, as the company says the last plane left its assembly line this week after 54 years of production.
The park says its virtual ballot box was stuffed in Sunday's semifinal, won by the mammoth 747 — who faces a young upstart female named 901 in the final.
It's not the first time for such a dire warning. Here's a brief look at why Guterres and others are raising the alarm now.
Thanks to the telescope's deep and sharp infrared images, Earthlings are getting a more detailed look at distant galaxies than was ever possible.
Nearly 23 million birds have died as a highly pathogenic bird flu virus tears its way through farms and chicken yards. It has spread to at least 24 states in less than two months.
NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reported that people are starting to panic: "The question is: Do you stay and get trapped, or do you run and face danger on road or bombing?"
Missile strikes and military barrages struck Ukrainian targets from the country's northern, eastern and southern borders.
The coronavirus has now killed more than 800,000 people in the U.S., just two years after the first COVID-19 cluster was reported in Wuhan, China, and a year after vaccines were first rolled out.
States that have detected the variant range from Hawaii to Massachusetts. The reports are part of a new surge in COVID-19 cases.
A case in California marks omicron's arrival in the U.S. Cases have been found in more than 20 countries around the world, less than a week after the worrying new variant was first identified.
You can get a cellphone signal on the highest mountain in Colorado — and if you get lost hiking that mountain, you should probably answer your phone, even if you don't recognize the caller's number.
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