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Treasury to Start Paying Out $350B in State and Local Aid

The Treasury Department on Monday launched its $350 billion program to distribute aid to state and local governments, giving the U.S. economy an added boost after relatively...

McConnell Poised for Starring Role in Voting Bill Fight

WASHINGTON — Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is so determined to stop a sweeping elections overhaul pushed by congressional Democrats that he will personally...

Police Seek Motive in Shooting at Colorado Birthday Party

DENVER — Colorado authorities on Monday were investigating why a gunman opened fire at a weekend birthday party, killing his girlfriend and five other adults inside a...

Cyprus Moves into Tourist Season With CoronaPass Requirement

NICOSIA -- Despite criticisms over data privacy worries, Cyprus on May 10 began a so-called CoronaPass requirement to allow travel as the country has opened to more tourists and eased out of COVID-19 lockdown measures.

Turkish-Cypriots Leaders Opposing Unity Have Cypriot Passports

NICOSIA -- Nine leaders of the Turkish-Cypriot occupied side of Cyprus who don't recognize the legitimate Greek-Cypriot government that's a member of the European Union hold its passports, including leader Ersin Tatar.

Cyprus Will Scrap Text OK's Require "Coronapass" for Moving About

NICOSIA -- Moving to ease out of another lockdown aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, Cyprus' government will end a requirement that people get permission on their cellphones to be outside their homes in favor of a so-called Coronapass.

DNA "Lite-Brite" Is a Promising Way to Archive Data for Decades or Longer

The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

Hit by COVID, Senegal's Women Find Renewed Hope in Fishing

BARGNY, Senegal — Since her birth on Senegal's coast, the ocean has always given Ndeye Yacine Dieng life. Her grandfather was a fisherman, and her grandmother and...

In India's Northeast There's Fear of a Virus Surge to Come

GAUHATI, India — With experts saying the coronavirus is likely spreading in India's northeastern state of Assam faster than anywhere else in the country, authorities...

Prost! Bavaria Opens Some of Its Famous Beer Gardens Again

MUNICH — Bavarians were able to enjoy a tall beer in the spring sun Monday in several areas, as some outdoor beer gardens reopened in the southern German state.

Greek-Inspired Salads for Lunch or a Light Dinner

Greek-inspired salads for lunch or a light dinner are a great option. Greek ingredients add authentic flavor to the following salads.

Czech Republic Eases Restrictions, Opens Bars

PRAGUE — The Czech Republic is further easing coronavirus restrictions, opening bars and restaurants for outdoor dining amid falling numbers of coronavirus infections.

Japan to Purchase Antibody Cocktail for COVID-19

TOKYO — Japan's government said Monday that it has agreed to purchase an antibody cocktail to be produced and marketed for COVID-19 treatment by a Japanese drug maker...

Anchorage Sewage System Clogged from Flushable Wipes, Items

ANCHORAGE -- Officials in Anchorage have reported that the city sewer system is clogging up because people are flushing wipes and other items.