Submitted image by Ross Bernards##Photographer Ross Bernards asked a friend to climb atop the mysterious Utah monument for this spectacular shot on Nov. 27, a few minutes before the structure was dismantled by a group wanting to keep the desert location pristine.

Mac man was there when monument was destroyed

McMinnville native Ross Bernards was one of the last people on earth to see the mysterious monolith discovered in November in a remote Utah desert. Officers from the Utah Bureau of Public Safety spotted ...

Maria Bobrova/Unsplash##Street art in Rome, Italy.

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U.S. hospitals bracing for a possible onslaught of coronavirus patients with pneumonia and other breathing difficulties could face a critical shortage of mechanical ventilators and health care workers to operate them.

Tensions rise as U.S. death toll from coronavirus reaches 9

SEATTLE — Tensions over how to contain the fast-spreading coronavirus escalated Tuesday in the United States as the death toll climbed to nine and lawmakers expressed doubts about the government's ability to ramp up testing fast enough to deal with the crisis.

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