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- U.S.USA TODAY
A year ago, Mallory Dunlap and her dad were planning her college softball career. Then their COVID-safe bubble burst and her "role changed overnight."
Real-life 'Tarzan' who lived in the jungle for decades after escaping the Vietnam War dies of cancer
Ho Van Lang first escaped into the remote jungle with his father in 1972 after a US bomb killed half of their family during the Vietnam War.
- WorldBusiness Insider
Right-wing activist Laura Loomer, who once said 'bad fajitas' were worse than COVID-19, has tested positive and says she's in 'so much pain'
The right-wing activist said in December 2020 that she wanted to prove that she'd had "bouts of food poisoning that are more serious" than COVID-19.
- U.S.Charlotte Observer
Add this latest discovery to the list of strange things found in Lake Wylie over the years.
- BusinessYahoo Finance
Almost one third of all working age men in America aren’t doing diddly-squat. They don’t have a job and they aren’t looking for one either. How do they live? What are they doing for money? To me, this is one of the great mysteries of our time.
- SportsCBS News Videos
When Major League Baseball hosted its "Field of Dreams" game in Iowa in August, it was a celebration of small-town America. But less than 100 miles away, a small town is worrying that its local economy, that's centered around baseball, is getting shut out. Kris Van Cleave traveled to Caledonia, Minnesota, where a factory partially owned by MLB is closing up shop and shipping jobs overseas.