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Attendance at Philadelphia’s Penn Museum has shot up since the Global Guides first tours in 2018. The refugee and immigrant docents receive training in archaeology, ancient history and story-telling.
Amazon, the company Bezos founded and heads, has come under increasing scrutiny for its own carbon footprint.
U.S. officials said the people infected with the virus were isolated from the other passengers. The two evacuation flights landed at military bases in California and Texas.
After her 2016 release, The Bride, Natasha Khan didn’t know if she’d make another album. But she moved to LA, starting working on a script for a vampire film and found herself writing a concept album.
Assisted living-type facilities often are subject to less scrutiny than nursing homes. Investigations in Vermont and elsewhere have revealed patterns of poor care and deaths.
Friends of Xu tell NPR that the prominent legal and civil rights activist was arrested on Feb. 15 in southern China. Xu had managed to evade authorities tracking him for nearly two months.
Despite enforcement efforts to stop teen vaping, kids are getting their hands on a new array of disposable products that come in sweet and fruity flavors.