A class ring lost in a New Hampshire pond was returned to its owner 53 years later when a recent drought caused the pond to partially drain.
Class ring found in New Hampshire pond after 53 years
A mother of three has had her hands full at home, and since one of her children had questions about the coronavirus, she decided to make it a little easier for him to understand.
Mom publishes book to explain pandemic to small children
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., expressed exasperation Wednesday over President Donald Trump’s constant interruptions at the presidential debate — and that no one turned his microphone off.
Pelosi: Turning off Trump's mic at debate would have been 'simple thing to do'
President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that Iran has been grappling with an economic war over the past three years, not just sanctions.
Rouhani: Iran grappling with economic war, not solely sanctions
Tehran’s ambassador to the UN office in Geneva censured Germany and several other countries for baselessly criticizing the human rights situation in Iran while trying to appease the US by turning a blind eye to its criminal sanctions, which “grossly” violate the Iranian people’s most basic rights.
Envoy: States lecturing on human rights ignore impact of US sanctions on Iranians
Telecoms company Huawei Technologies is part of China’s surveillance state, complicit in human rights abuses, a senior US official said on Tuesday, as Washington renewed pressure on Europe to ban the company from fifth-generation (5G) networks.
US renews pressure on Europe to ditch Huawei in new networks
An Idaho man broke his own Guinness World Record when he got 24 shots from a single-load Nerf gun to stick to a target in one minute.
Man breaks Guinness World Record with 24 Nerf dart hits in one minute

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