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                                In this screen capture from Facebook, customers and staff have been stuck at the Tan Hill Inn for days due to a snowstorm.
Snowstorm leaves 61 stranded in remote U.K. pub

Up on a hill in Yorkshire, England, a crowd filled a pub on Friday to listen to an Oasis tribute band. Inside, the beers were cold, the fires were warming and the musicians were electric. But outside, the winds were howling and the snow was swirling. Read more

                                The Alamo Church, part of the Alamo grounds, undergoing renovation in San Antonio. Native Americans built the Alamo and hundreds of converts were buried there — descendants are now fuming because Texas has rejected efforts to protect the site.
Burial ground under the Alamo stirs a Texas feud

A new battle over the Alamo is brewing, as Native Americans and descendants of some of San Antonio’s founding families seek protections for the human remains while Texas officials press ahead with a contentious $400 million renovation plan for the site. Read more

CDC eases up on dog travel ban

The United States government has eased up on a rule that had banned the importation of dogs from 113 countries because of concerns over fraudulent rabies vaccination certificates. Read more

A candied side dish for incredible leftovers

These candied sweet potatoes work as a side dish for any dinner or holiday celebration by balancing citrusy sweet and savory flavors — and they also produce top-notch leftovers. Read more

A buttery, brioche stuffing

This buttery brioche dressing with roasted chestnuts proves how much better stuffing turns out when it’s baked inside a casserole dish instead of a bird. Read more

                                Masha Crawford, a nurse, tends to a patient on dialysis at Providence St. John’s Health Center in Los Angeles on Feb. 23, 2021.
Kidney disease overdiagnosed, study suggests

If the public has learned anything about medicine during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is that science is constantly evolving. New findings can change how experts define a given illness, as well as how they diagnose, prevent and treat it. Read more

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