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Winter weather advisories are issued for parts of America

A system bringing rain, snow and an icy mix is moving through the mid-Atlantic and Northeast Saturday.

Lady Gaga’s stolen dogs have been recovered

A mystery woman brought the dogs to the LAPD’s Olympic Community Police Station.

Hundreds of schoolgirls were abducted Friday from a school in Nigeria

Hundreds of schoolgirls (more than 300) were abducted in the early hours of Friday in Nigeria.

A former U.S. Olympic Gymnastics coach accused of abusing young female athletes died by suicide

A former U.S. Olympic Gymnastics coach died by suicide Thursday. John Geddert, 63, was previously accused of physically abusing dozens of his young female athletes and committing at least one sexual assault.

The United States on Thursday carried out airstrikes in eastern Syria

The United States on Thursday carried out airstrikes in eastern Syria against buildings belonging to what the Pentagon said were Iran-backed militias responsible for recent attacks against American and allied personnel in Iraq.

Lady Gaga offers a $500,000 reward for the return of her stolen two dogs

Lady Gaga’s French bulldogs Koji and Gustav were stolen in a Wednesday night robbery on Sierra Bonita Avenue in Hollywood and her dog walker, Ryan Fischer, 30, was shot in the chest multiple times.

Six people killed in a collapse accident at an illegal gold mine in Indonesia

An illegal gold mine in Indonesia's Sulawesi island collapsed Wednesday. Six people were killed and another one is missing.

Woman rescued in Illinois after being trapped ten hours under ice and snow in her backyard

An Illinois woman in her 50's was rescued by the Schiller Park Fire Department after being trapped for more than 10 hours under an awning in her own backyard, under several feet of ice and snow.

Two eldery people received overdose of Pfizer vaccine in Australia

Two patients - an 88-year-old man and a 94-year-old woman - were administered an incorrect dose of the Pfizer vaccine at a Holy Spirit Nursing Home in Brisbane's Carseldine, Australia, on Tuesday.

Enormous drugs capture in Europe, destined for the Netherlands

A massive capture of cocaine ever in Europe and one of the largest in the world, worth €600m, has been seized as part of a record haul in Germany and Belgium.

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One killed, 40 injured in a train accident in Pakistan

A 18 cars passenger train, the 15-Up Karachi Express, which departed from Karachi for the eastern city of Lahore derailed in southern Pakistan between the Rohri and Sangi stations early Sunday killing at least one passenger and injuring 40 others.

Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa needs eight companions for a trip to moon

Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa announced this week a contest to select eight people for a free trip around the moon in 2023....

A car bomb explosion in Mogadishu killed at least 20 people in Somalia

At least 20 people were killed and more than 30 others wounded in a car bomb blast in Somalia's capital Mogadishu on Friday night.

Perseverance rover traveled 21 feet on Mars

The NASA Perseverance rover has taken its first drive on Mars, traveling about 21 feet across Jezero Crater.. Perseverance sent back images of its wheel tracks across the red Martian surface Friday. Once the mission truly begins exploring Mars, it will go on drives averaging about 656 feet or more. During the first drive, the rover drove forward 13 feet, performed a 150-degree turn to the left and reversed 8 feet. The rover was able to turn its cameras to the site where it landed. Perseverance willl search the ancient life on Mars.The rover has been testing out some of the on-board instruments, like ground-penetrating radar. It has also deployed two wind sensors on the Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer, or MEDA instrument, which is Perseverance's personal weather station. More testing is on the schedule for the rover in the coming weeks. About a mile-and-a-half away from the rover is a large mound, a rocky outcrop of layered rock deposited by rivers in a delta as they flowed into the ancient lake that once filled Jezero Crater 3.9 billion years ago. The science team is plotting out several routes the rover could take to explore these rocks.

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