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Trump says Islamic State leader dead after US raid in Syria

WASHINGTON (AP) — The shadowy leader of the Islamic State group who presided over its global jihad and became arguably the world’s most wanted man, is dead after...

Over 18,000 Scouts Climb Out of Comfort Zone at Boulder Cove

GLEN JEAN, W.Va (WOAY) – Boulder Cove is home to the large rock and repel walls at the Summit Bechtel Reserve. It’s a place where thousands of scouts have been...

D-Day: 75 Years Later

NORMANDY, FRANCE (WOAY) – On this day in 1944, American, British and Canadian troops stormed the beaches of Normandy to bring the Allies one step closer to freeing...

D-Day 75: Nations honor veterans, memory of fallen troops

OMAHA BEACH, France (AP) — With the silence of remembrance and respect, nations honored the memory of the fallen and the singular bravery of all Allied troops who...

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, gives birth to baby boy

Prince Harry and Meghan have welcomed a baby boy. “I’m just over the moon,” Prince Harry said in announcing the birth of his son and first child. The...

Nations Remember Victims of Holocaust

BECKLEY, W.Va. (WOAY) – Almost 75 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, people around the world  are remembering its victims on International Holocaust...

Tsunami hits without warning in Indonesia, killing over 220

CARITA BEACH, Indonesia (AP) — The deadly tsunami struck in the dark, without warning. At least 222 people were killed as waves smashed into houses, hotels and other...

Hailing the future taxi: Drone-car mashup model takes flight

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS (AP)- A scale model of a flying drone-car drove and hovered across an Amsterdam exhibition hall Tuesday, providing a glimpse of what could be the...

Over 380 killed in devastating Indonesia tsunami, quake

PALU, Indonesia (AP) — An earthquake-spawned tsunami swept away buildings and killed at least several hundred people on the central Indonesian island of Sulawesi,...

British schools are removing analog clocks because teens can’t read them

Schools in the U.K. are removing analog clocks from exam rooms after students complained about not being able to read the time, according to The Telegraph....

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