MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay — Born blind, Juan Pablo Culasso has never seen a bird. But through his gifted sense of hearing, he can identify more than 3,000 different bird sounds and differentiate more than 720 species.
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WASHINGTON — A milestone has arrived for President Barack Obama: Daughter Malia is graduating from high school.
MENTOR-ON-THE-LAKE, Ohio — An Ohio woman says she feels like a “prisoner” because a deer has been attacking her near her home.
Cindy Frost says she’s called police about the doe and asked for assistance in walking her dogs near her suburban Cleveland home.
LILONGWE, Malawi — She is haunted daily by the image of the decapitated head of her 9-year-old son. Police asked Edna Cedrick to identify it after the boy, who had albinism, was snatched from her arms in a violent struggle.
SAN FRANCISCO — A soul-searching exercise awaits Democrats opposed to Hillary Clinton, who is on the cusp of securing their party’s presidential nomination Tuesday.
They’ll soon be asked to support her in the general-election showdown against Donald Trump if she concludes the last big batch of primaries with an insurmountable lead, as expected.
ATLANTA — Jimmy Carter is stepping away from his “front-line role” as a member of The Elders, the global human rights group announced Wednesday.
BANGKOK — A Thai man is recovering from a bloody encounter with a 3-meter (10-foot) python that slithered through the plumbing of his home and latched its jaws onto his penis as he was using a squat toilet.
KATHMANDU, Nepal — A convenience store worker from Connecticut scaled Mount Everest on Friday for a seventh time, breaking her own record as the most successful female climber of the world’s highest peak, expedition organizers said.
DARWIN, Australia A 72-year-old man told rescuers he threw spanners and spark plugs to keep crocodiles at bay after a crocodile capsized his boat in a northern Australian creek and his friend drowned, an official said.
DES MOINES, Iowa — The Marine Corps says it has begun investigating whether it mistakenly identified one of the men shown raising the U.S. flag at Iwo Jima in one of the iconic images of World War II after two amateur history buffs began raising questions about the picture.