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      At-home tests are becoming increasingly difficult to find despite manufacturers boosting production as COVID-19 cases rise in schools and employers increase monitoring. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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      An Epidemiologist Says At-Home Testing Is Key To Stopping COVID

      Harvard epidemiologist Michael Mina wants to increase availability of the at-home rapid tests the Biden administration is promoting. But he warns of a shortage without market pressure.

      A Missouri cave featuring artwork from the Osage Nation dating more than 1,000 years was sold at auction on Tuesday. The art inside "Picture Cave" shows humans, animals and mythical creatures. Alan Cressler/AP hide caption

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      A Cave With Ancient Drawings Has Been Sold — But Not To The Tribe That Hoped To Buy It

      Leaders of the Osage Nation had hoped to buy the land that contains the 1,000-year-old images. An auction bidder agreed to pay $2.2 million for 43 acres including the cave 60 miles west of St. Louis.

      Western lowland gorillas are seen in their habitat at Zoo Atlanta on Tuesday. Nearly all of the zoo's 20 gorillas have symptoms of having contracted the coronavirus from a zoo staff worker, according to zoo officials. Ron Harris/AP hide caption

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      At Least 18 Of The 20 Gorillas At Atlanta's Zoo Have COVID. They May Have Caught It From An Employee

      Zoo employees had the gorillas tested after noticing the animals had been coughing, had runny noses and showed changes in appetite. Officials had planned to get a veterinary vaccine for the primates.

      On July 20, Haiti's then-designated Prime Minister Ariel Henry (center) and interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph (right) pose for a photo with other authorities in front of a portrait of slain Haitian President Jovenel Mo?se during a memorial service in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Joseph Odelyn/AP hide caption

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      Haiti's Prime Minister Replaces The Prosecutor Who Wanted Him Charged In The President's Slaying

      A new chief prosecutor was sworn in just hours after the predecessor asked a judge to charge Prime Minister Ariel Henry in the assassination of President Jovenel Mo?se.

      Dennis Moriarty's overflowing wildflowers attracted bees, birds and other pollinators. But it also drew the attention of a Kansas City code enforcer who gave him a warning. Carlos Moreno/KCUR 89.3 hide caption

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      He Was Ordered To Mow Down His Bee Garden. His Fight Has United Gardeners Around The World

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      Dennis Moriarty, 80, planted 1,500 square feet of wildflowers in front of his home to attract pollinators. Now he faces a city citation and and a possible court date if he doesn't trim the garden back.

      For a forthcoming study, researchers with the U.K.'s University of Bath and other schools spoke to 10,000 people in 10 countries, all of whom were between the ages of 16 and 25, to gauge how they feel about climate change. FG Trade/Getty Images hide caption

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      Young People Are Anxious About Climate Change And Say Governments Are Failing Them

      A new study shows more than half of young people say climate change makes them feel afraid, sad, anxious, angry, powerless and helpless. And government inaction in particular makes them worried.

      Macaques check out a camera in Galta Ji Temple in Jaipur, India. Monkeys have been known to sneak into swimming pools, courts and even the halls of India's Parliament. One attorney told author Mary Roach about a macaque that infiltrated the medical institute and began pulling out patient IVs. Vishal Bhatnagar/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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      Monkey Thieves, Drunk Elephants — A New Book Reveals The Weird World Of Animal 'Crime'

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      Mary Roach researched animal misbehaviors for her new book, Fuzz. Though animals are all but charged with crimes when they run afoul of human values, she learns, they often have the last laugh.



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