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Taiwan's 2020 presidential candidates (from right), President Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party, the People First Party's James Soong and the Nationalist Party's Han Kuo-yu, greet one another at the start of their televised debate in Taipei on Dec. 29. Taiwan will hold its general elections on Saturday. AP hide caption

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Thousands More Overseas Taiwanese Register For Key Elections Than For Last Vote

Taiwan does not allow absentee voting, so more than 5,000 voters have registered to visit their home county to cast their ballot in Saturday's presidential and legislative elections.

A herd of goats spent the fall in and around Deer Canyon Park in Anaheim, Calif., helping to keep grasses and other potential wildfire fuels in check. Megan Manata hide caption

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California Cities Turn To Hired Hooves To Help Prevent Massive Wildfires

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Taiwan's 2020 presidential candidates (from right), President Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party, the People First Party's James Soong and the Nationalist Party's Han Kuo-yu, greet one another at the start of their televised debate in Taipei on Dec. 29. Taiwan will hold its general elections on Saturday. AP hide caption

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Thousands More Overseas Taiwanese Register For Key Elections Than For Last Vote

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