‘A pile of ash’: Fifteen of Australia’s biggest trees destroyed by summer bushfires

Tasmania is home to 180 “giant trees” more than 85 metres tall or with more than 280 cubic metres of girth, but enthusiasts have discovered at least 15 of the giants have been destroyed by the state’s summer bushfires.

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N.Y. county to ban people infected with measles from public places

While Rockland County officials said they aren’t going to go around arresting people with measles, they insist it’s about keeping the public safe

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Viral video brings to light struggles of American dairy farmers

Dairy farmer Mark Berg went on Facebook​ last week to vent his frustration bordering on desperation

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Satellite images may show reprocessing activity at North Korea nuclear site – U.S. researchers

Satellite images from last week show movement at North Korea’s main nuclear site that could be associated with the reprocessing of radioactive material into bomb fuel, a U.S. think tank said on Tuesday.

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Today Abigail’s father shared some heartbreaking news in her fight against cancer. This was video of her being sworn in as a Freeport officer. https://t.co/UKTqEZ3td2 … https://t.co/c5VMg1qWYU via @YouTube