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India Scours Sea After Barge Sinks, 2nd Adrift After Cyclone

18 May 2021 - Cyclone Tauktae is the most powerful storm to hit the region in more than two decades.

HIV/AIDS Vaccine: Why Don’t We Have One After 37 Years?

17 May 2021 - The biological properties that HIV has evolved make development of a successful vaccine very, very difficult.

Antarctica Is Headed for a Climate Tipping Point by 2060

17 May 2021 - Scientists have long known that the Antarctic ice sheet has physical tipping points, beyond which ice loss can accelerate out of control.

Krispy Kreme Is Offering Island-Themed Doughnuts

17 May 2021 - Krispy Kreme is transporting vacation-seeking fans to the islands via its all-new Island Time Collection.

Prosecutor Says Trial in Mollie Tibbetts’ Death ‘Not Going to be Pleasant’

17 May 2021 - A prosecutor warned prospective jurors that the trial of a Mexican national charged in the 2018 fatal stabbing of a University of Iowa student will include graphic evidence that will be emotionally difficult to see and hear.

Was Maricopa County Elections Database Deleted?

17 May 2021 - In May 2021, former President Donald Trump made more false claims of electoral fraud, this time linked to a Republican-led audit in Arizona.

Yes, the New York City Marathon Returns in November 2021

17 May 2021 - The race was canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Did ‘The Simpsons’ Predict the 2021 Gas Shortage?

17 May 2021 - During panic buying at gas stations in May 2021, internet users shared what appeared to be a prescient moment from an old episode of "The Simpsons."

Massive ‘Wizard of Oz’ Memorabilia Collection Shown in TikTok Video

17 May 2021 - Ruby slippers, life-size figurines, and framed artwork are only a tiny part of what appeared to be thousands of "Wizard of Oz" collectibles.

Did a Man Forge His Dead Wife’s Vote for Trump?

17 May 2021 - Barry Morphew has been charged with first-degree murder in the case of his missing wife, Suzanne.

Russia Won’t Block Twitter, But Partial Slowdown to Continue

17 May 2021 - Russian authorities criticized social media platforms earlier this year for bringing tens of thousands of people into the streets across the country in January to demand the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

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