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Earth has captured a tiny object and pulled it into orbit. It's only the second asteroid known to orbit Earth. And while it won't last, this asteroid acts as a temporary mini-moon whirling around our planet.

Syrian refugees fleeing Assad's onslaught in Idlib have nowhere left to hide

‘The Chinese have…a pretty good system. And yet you’re still seeing the 2% mortality [rate].’ — This top U.S. health official says that the coronavirus can have just as serious an impact here as it has had in China

Quaden Bayles: Family of nine-year-old boy bullied over dwarfism to donate money raised for Disneyland trip to charity instead

CNBC: The Dow is on pace for its worst weekly performance since the financial crisis, falling more than 8% week to date

The Appalachian Trail, which is hiked by more than one million people each year, is at the center of a Supreme Court case involving a proposed pipeline. Environmental groups are challenging the legality of a permit that would allow the pipeline.

Acting Navy chief: "It's not helpful" to diverting money from shipbuilding to border wall, nuclear agency

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Wisconsin rejected new gun control laws. Then a mass shooting happened — at least the 11th in the state since 2004.

On coronavirus/stock markets, @SRuhle : "This is about lack of information and uncertainty. On Monday when we saw all of these images from Italy, schools closing, events being canceled, flights being canceled, people got concerned. Those concerns have only heightened." #AMRstaff 

Officials captured and relocated a sea lion that wandered far away from water in Washington state