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Europe's largest refugee camp, on the Greek island of Lesbos, was built to hold 3,000 people. When fires struck this week, the settlement of 12,000 was largely destroyed.

After people evacuated their homes following a nuclear disaster in the Japanese prefecture, nature started to reclaim the space. The humans are trying to return, but it's an uneasy coexistence.

The Department of Homeland Security official has filed a whistleblower complaint, saying he was ordered to halt reports that made the president 'look bad.' DHS and the White House deny the allegation.

The mission took place this past weekend, shrouded in secrecy, but some clues are emerging about what China sent into space, and why.

Cpl. Waverly Woodson Jr., a member of an African American battalion, treated scores of soldiers wounded on D-Day but was passed over for the medal. Lawmakers and relatives have tried to change that.

They're stealing laptops and causing mayhem at children's birthday parties. Authorities warn if the boars rely on people for food, it could have dangerous consequences for both animals and humans.

The 2020 fire season is off to a staggering start, far outpacing last year. Thousands of people along the West Coast are under evacuation orders, and more red flag warnings were issued Wednesday.

Some camps that managed to successfully keep the virus at bay this summer are now offering a refuge from the virus — to those who can afford it — where students can live and attend classes remotely.

The president hopes that what led to victory in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania will extend to Minnesota, where his response to COVID-19 and racial justice protests has support in rural areas.

Their work and lives have been upended in this region devastated by the coronavirus, and where poverty and preexisting conditions like diabetes, hypertension and obesity are prevalent.




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