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At least 20 potentially dangerous chemical containers remain at the explosion-shattered port of Beirut, a chemical expert says. He says a French cleanup team is working to secure the containers after finding one that was leaking.
Student leaders in Thailand have voiced unprecedented public criticism of the king, including that he spends too much time outside the country. The monarchy is the country's most revered institution and regarded as beyond censure.
More than 20 million people around the world have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the count kept by Johns Hopkins University.
An unusual storm known as a “derecho” that blew through the Midwest on Monday had the wind speed of a major hurricane, and likely caused more widespread damage than a normal tornado, a National Weather Service expert says.
The effort to extend a 5G wireless network - the next generation of high-speed internet service - across the U.S. is getting a boost from the Pentagon.
PHOTO ESSAY: For more than 1,700 miles, the Ganges flows across the plains like a timeline of India’s past, nourishing an extraordinary wealth of life. In India, the Ganges is religion, industry, farming and politics. But all is not well with the river.
BREAKING: Supreme Court rules gay and lesbian people can sue for workplace bias under landmark civil rights law.