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Releasing Water from Nuke Disaster

Japan could start releasing water from the damaged Fukushima plant in 2023.

News Bytes 04/14/2021 31
Bhutan Jabs Fast

Tiny Bhutan moves quickly, vaccinating 93% of the country’s adults in days.

News Bytes 04/13/2021 73
Paper Cowboy Ends Quarantine

A paper cowboy rides out his quarantine in Australian hotel.

News Bytes 04/12/2021 44
Prince Philip Passes

Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, has died at age 99.

News Bytes 04/09/2021 36
WORLD Watch: Top Story

North Korea decides to drop out of the Olympics.

News Bytes 04/09/2021 20
UPDATE: Notre Dame Restoration

Notre Dame’s rector says workers may need another “15 or 20 years” for restoration.

News Bytes 04/08/2021 15
Native American Remains Returned

Years later, Chickasaw Native American remains are returning home.

News Bytes 04/07/2021 25
Trial of Police Officer

The trial in George Floyd’s death expected to turn to police procedure and training.

News Bytes 04/06/2021 376
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Explain It 03/01/2021
Federal Aid Keeps Farms Afloat

Federal checks salvage otherwise dreadful 2020 for US farms—or do they?

Ka-ching 03/01/2021
RadioShack Resurrected . . . Again?

Left for dead twice, RadioShack gets yet another shot at succeeding financially.

Pie in the Sky 03/01/2021
Love Those Dancing Robots

Boston Dynamics’ dancing androids are a huge hit—and a tech marvel.

Globe Trek 03/01/2021
Cafés for Cats

In Taipei, Taiwan, some people build dining houses for stray cats.

People Mover 03/01/2021
Guide Puppy Coach

One teacher has trained 56 guide dogs—and passed the legacy on to her students.

Mud Room 03/01/2021
A Floating Giraffe Rescue

A daring giraffe rescue took to the water in Kenya—but on a barge, not an ark.

Pop Smart 03/01/2021
Boys v Girls: The Scouts Square Off

The Scouts of America are entrenched in an escalating recruitment war.  

Law 'N Order 03/01/2021
Dog House Rules

US officials are tightening the rules about animals allowed on planes.

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