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Military labs do the detective work to identify soldiers decades after they died in World War II
Military labs do the detective work to identify soldiers decades after they died in World War II

Generations of American families have grown up not knowing exactly what happened to their loved ones who died while serving their country in World War II and other conflicts.

More severe weather moves through Midwest as Iowa residents clean up tornado damage

More severe weather moves through Midwest as Iowa residents clean up tornado damage

Several tornadoes have been reported in Iowa and Illinois as storms downed power lines and trees.

Ex-day care worker convicted in death of 1-year-old girl left in van on scorching day

Ex-day care worker convicted in death of 1-year-old girl left in van on scorching day

A former Nebraska day care worker who mistakenly left a 1-year-old girl in a van for more than five hours on a scorching day has been convicted in her death from hyperthermia.

Gov. Kim Reynolds praises FEMA, seeks tornado disaster declaration after 202 homes destroyed

Gov. Kim Reynolds praises FEMA, seeks tornado disaster declaration after 202 homes destroyed

Gov. Kim Reynolds praises FEMA, seeks tornado disaster declaration after 202 homes destroyed.

Wind towers crumpled after Iowa wind farm suffers rare direct hit from powerful twister

Wind towers crumpled after Iowa wind farm suffers rare direct hit from powerful twister

A wind farm in southwest Iowa suffered a direct hit from a powerful tornado that crumpled five of the massive power-producing towers, including one that burst into flames.

Authorities still conducting search, rescue after tornado slams Iowa; at least 1 died when car was blown off road

Authorities still conducting search, rescue after tornado slams Iowa; at least 1 died when car was blown off road

Authorities still conducting search, rescue after tornado slams Iowa; at least 1 died when car was blown off road.

Tornado kills multiple people in Iowa as powerful storms again tear through Midwest

Tornado kills multiple people in Iowa as powerful storms again tear through Midwest

Multiple people have died and at least a dozen were injured since a powerful tornado tore through a small Iowa town, carving a bleak landscape of destroyed homes and businesses, shredded trees, smashed cars, and widely strewn debris.

Heavy equipment, snow shovels used to clean up hail piled knee-deep in small Colorado city

Heavy equipment, snow shovels used to clean up hail piled knee-deep in small Colorado city

Residents in a small city in the northeastern corner of Colorado are cleaning up after hail the size of baseballs and golf balls pounded the community.

Storms have dropped large hail, buckets of rain and tornados across the Midwest. And more is coming.

Storms have dropped large hail, buckets of rain and tornados across the Midwest. And more is coming.

Residents in Omaha, Nebraska, awoke to weather sirens blaring and widespread power outages early Tuesday morning.

Which states could have abortion on the ballot in 2024?

Which states could have abortion on the ballot in 2024?

Voters have sided with abortion rights supporters every time the issue has been directly on the ballot since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the nationwide right to abortion in 2022.

New safety rules set training standards for train dispatchers and signal repairmen

New safety rules set training standards for train dispatchers and signal repairmen

New federal certification rules have been finalized for train dispatchers and signal repairmen will set minimum standards for those jobs to counteract the investor pressure on railroads to continually cut costs while making sure those employees have the skills they need to operate all the high-tech systems on today's trains.

GOP tries to 'correct the narrative' on use of mailed ballots after years of conflicting messages

GOP tries to 'correct the narrative' on use of mailed ballots after years of conflicting messages

At rallies and in social media posts, former President Donald Trump has been trying to assure Republican voters that casting ballots by mail and other forms of early voting are “all good options.”.

Repeal of a dead law to use public funds for private school tuition won't be on Nebraska's ballot

Repeal of a dead law to use public funds for private school tuition won't be on Nebraska's ballot

A measure to repeal a now-defunct Nebraska law that would use public money to fund private school tuition has been pulled from the November ballot.

Which states could have abortion on the ballot in 2024?

Which states could have abortion on the ballot in 2024?

Voters have sided with abortion rights supporters every time the issue has been directly on the ballot since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the nationwide right to abortion.