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Today, I would like to apologize to the bee community for an unfortunate misidentification in a previous column while also providing an update…

One of the best-known wild horses roaming North Carolina’s Outer Banks was found dead on a beach over the weekend and experts suspect heat may have been a factor. Hazel, as the horse was known, was believed to be nearly 30 years old. Her death comes when some areas of the Outer Banks have had a daily heat index near 110 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. “Hazel lived and died ...

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What’s been referred to as “delta plus” is getting buzz. This has been reportedly detected in South Korea, India and the United States, and some believe it may be more transmissible than the original delta variant. Experts are watching and waiting, but some note it hasn’t yet gained momentum here. Also known as AY.1, it is included under the World Health Organization’s list of variants of concern.

Organization expert @jessicahaizman has a tip to keep your ID, passport, and phone within reach at the airport: wear a fanny pack. It might not be the coolest look, but you’ll never need to dig through your bag to find what you need again.

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The criminal syndicates that dominate the ransomware business are mostly Russian-speaking and operate with near impunity out of Russia and all…

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Attorneys on both sides are expected to make brief arguments. Victims or family members of victims can also make statements about how they've …

Succulents are a great plant to start with if you’re new to plant propagation. PlantTok expert @drplantdad shows you how to propagate succulents in moss. The trick? Allow the clipping to form a callus which roots much easier.

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Federal regulators have approved the first new drug for Alzheimer’s disease in nearly 20 years, leaving patients waiting to see how insurers will handle the pricey new treatment.

The Tokyo Olympic Games are fast approaching, but will they be postponed again? The Japanese authorities say the games will continue as planned, but the general public in Japan are less enthusiastic. An expert explains some of the risks at play.

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