News Stories That Got Eclipsed Right Now

PSA: Be safe, stay home, and stay informed. -Ed

The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest development worldwide right now, and keeping up with it is absolutely the right thing to do. But just in case you're worried you've missed other important, interesting news, we've put together a collection of news updates to help you stay current. It turns out that some things have, in fact, happened.

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CHEMICAL COMPANIES BAYER AND BASF WERE ORDERED TO PAY $265 MILLION TO A MISSOURI FARMER. ALLIGARE Dicamba + 2.4-D DMA Sekactive Harbeide The farmer clSource: BBC News

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SWEDEN IS BECOMING BIG IN THE WINE WORLD. Global warming is making Swedish summers last another month, with warm days and cool nights. That climate isSource: The Guardian

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POLISH ACTING LEGEND WITOLD SADOWY CAME OUT AS GAY AT THE AGE OF 100. Sadowy, who still works as an author and theater critic, said this for a televisSource: The Telegraph

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UTRECHT, IN THE NETHERLANDS, IS BUILDING A CAR-FREE DISTRICT FOR OVER 12, 000 PEOPLE. Architectural rendering The district will have underground garagSource: The Guardian

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IN TEL AVIV, BUSES NOW RUN ON SATURDAY. Teeru M31 IYYU ru That's a big deal because Saturday is Shabbat, the day of rest, when most of Israel shuts doSource: The Guardian

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THE OZONE LAYER'S HEALING MIGHT GET A LITTLE SLOW. CFCs, banned ozone-destroying chemicals, are leaking out of products made before the ban. Unless thSource: Bloomberg Green

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THE D.O.J. WON'T PROSECUTE TWO RUSSIAN FIRMS INDICTED BY MUELLER. Robus Wilie The firms were indicted for funding 2016 election interference, but theySource: Yahoo! News

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THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS IN THE MUSEUM OF THE BIBLE (OWNED BY HOBBY LOBBY PRESIDENT STEVE GREEN) ARE FAKE. ALLY That's the finding of a 6-month investigatSource: Smithsonian Magazine

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IN A FIRST, GERMANY BANNED TWO GROUPS IN THE ANTI-SEMITIC GERMAN AUTONOMOUS MOVEMENT. A march of the Movement wolle seren Heimzt NWW wstaatelos .infSource: The New York Times

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IN COLORADO, COLUMBUS DAY IS GOING TO BE CABRINI DAY FROM NOW ON, It's in honor of Frances Xavier Cabrini, who built 67 schools, hospitals, and orphanSource: CNN

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CHARLES BARKLEY IS SELLING OFF AWARDS TO FUND HIS AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT. He wants to build 10 to 20 affordable houses in his hometown of Leeds, ASource: CBS Sports

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BLACK RHINOS WERE NEARLY EXTINCT, BUT THEY'RE COMING BACK. Their numbers went up from 4,845 in 2012 to about 5,630 in 2018 (the most recent figures avSource: The Guardian

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