Environment


 Reinforced utility poles line Pahoa Valley road in Pahoa, on the big island of Hawaii. Residents of Pahoa have learned to adapt as a slow-moving lava flow menaces their community.
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Reinforced utility poles line Pahoa Valley road in Pahoa, on the big island of Hawaii. Residents of Pahoa have learned to adapt as a slow-moving lava flow menaces their community.

As volcano erupts around them, Hawaiians pledge to ‘go with the flow’

Lava continues to affect the daily lives of Hawaii residents.


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In defeat, a woman disrupts how Silicon Valley does business

A gender discrimination lawsuit has blown open a conversation about the shortcomings in the emerging tech industry.



Young and facing death, but having a say

There are no firm estimates of the number of young patients facing life-threatening diseases at any given time.


 

World


Diplomats, U.N. staff flee Yemen

Diplomats evacuated from Aden; U.N. staff leave Sanaa; gulf Arabs offer Yemeni president support at Egypt summit.



Syria rebels take strategic town of Idlib

The loss came amid recent indications that the Assad regime is struggling to maintain the momentum it won on the battlefield last year.


 
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    State trooper hit by own patrol car, severely injured

    Police say Sgt. Robert Bemis pulled over to the side of I-81 in Schuylkill County on Friday to help a man whose car had caught fire.



    Obituary: Sherif Abdelhak / Embattled health care CEO died quietly

    The CEO of AHERF (Allegheny Health, Education and Research Foundation), once the state’s largest health system, was jailed after its fall.


     

    Early Returns


    Breakfast Sausage: 5 stories to read today

      1) Our friends at Franklin & Marshall College have some good news and some bad news, via their latest poll of


    Breakfast Sausage: 5 stories to read today

    Marcus Brown (Baltimore Sun photo) 1) It could be that the latest twist in the controversy over the nomination of Marcus Brown



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