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Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the victims were found about 40 feet north of the border on Wednesday.
He is "one of the happiest 13-month-olds you'll ever see," but Amy Crosby says her son was especially vulnerable to the virus.
Restaurants saved 700K animals with plant-based offerings last year. More options are coming in 2022.
Restaurant chains' growing use of meat alternatives saved the equivalent of 700,000 animals in 2021, according to World Animal Protection research.
Highlights of Today in History: France's King Louis XVI executed; Vladimir Lenin dies; Alger Hiss found guilty of lying to grand jury; President Jimmy Carter pardons Vietnam draft evaders; Concorde begins service. (Jan. 21)
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Survivors of clergy sexual abuse say they are not surprised following a long-awaited report on the handling of cases in Germany's Munich diocese in the 1970s and 1980s, adding they want to see action. The report faults retired Pope Benedict XVI. (Jan. 20)
The study shows early treatment can help toddlers overcome their peanut allergies. (Jan. 20)
Black women voters tell The Associated Press they want promises fulfilled on protecting access and voting rights. (Jan. 20)
The 1980s became a transformative decade for the NBA, where television audiences reached new heights, the financial picture changed and the league expanded into new markets. (Jan. 20)