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The top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee says some Americans who have been trying to get out of Afghanistan since the U.S. military left are sitting in airplanes at an airport ready to leave but the Taliban are not letting them take off.
Willis has seen other teammates jump from one season at Kentucky to the NBA, but the always-patient Willis is OK with taking a slower route.
The EU unemployment rate rose to 6.6% in April from 6.4% in March, Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, said Wednesday.
As much of the world mulls gradually lifting lockdowns, there are still lessons to be learned from these four places that got it right. Here are 12 of those lessons.
The shipment was placed on an agriculture hold on Feb. 26, according to Customs and Border Protection agents.
The remains of U.S. Army Air Forces Tech. Sgt. Charles G. Ruble, 20, of Selma, Ind., for decades had been considered unidentifiable and were interred at Ardennes American Cemetery in Belgium.
“Renia’s Diary” was written by Renia Spiegel, who was living in Poland when Nazi Germany and Russia invaded the country in September 1939.
The disturbing trend has been promoted by Swiss app Castl, which launched its bizarre Cow Kiss Challenge to raise money for charity.
The sport of field hockey in Kentucky has been growing in stature over the years. Club teams have had some national success, and area high schools produce multiple Division I and Division II players to colleges every year. Now, it's gotten another boost.