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'There's nothing left in Lytton': the Canadian village destroyed by wildfire - picture essay
Vince Abbott had an afternoon of fishing planned - he was going angling for spring salmon in the nearby river - when he heard shouts of panic and felt a searing heat.
Huge bid prepared: Chelsea "confident" of signing Erling Haaland this summer
The Borussia Dortmund goal machine is being increasingly linked strongly as a top target for the Blues, who need a new big-name addition up front.
Ricky Gervais campaigns for ban on all animal experiments in UK
Animal-rights campaigners staged a protest camp at a "factory farm" that breeds puppies for laboratory experiments after comedy actor Ricky Gervais launched a campaign to ban all tests on animals in the UK.
Florida urged to ramp up vaccination effort amid 'alarming' Covid rise
he week began with Florida's high-flying governor, Ron DeSantis, in Texas, bashing Joe Biden over immigration at the southern border.
Bruins Fans Should Be Paying Attention To Cale Makar, Miro Heiskanen Contracts
Until there are comparables, it's tough to peg what star players are going to get in their next contract.
We now have a few comparables for Charlie McAvoy.
UX lessons by video game designers
The power of autonomy and goal-driven products.
Opinion | Can the Left Regulate Sex?
There is a harrowing story in The New Yorker that everyone should grit their teeth and read.
After a pause, Tennessee health officials redirect vaccine outreach from teenagers to their parents.
Tennessee health officials are resuming several programs to promote vaccinations for public school students, just two weeks after such efforts were halted because Republican elected officials had complained that parents should make the decisions.
U.S. to Announce Troop Drawdown From Iraq, but Little Is Expected to Change
The deal appears to be the latest effort by the Iraqi prime minister to balance the needs and demands of the country's two closest allies: the United States and Iran.
Anatomy of a monster: How the Dixie fire became California's biggest of the year
When the first sparks ignited in the dense forest of Plumas County, the conditions were primed for a monster.
It was incredibly dry, incredibly hot and winds were on the way.