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New home for NYC museum's collection of gems to open in 2019

Oct 17, 2017

Exotic gemstones and minerals will soon be on display at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, including a recently announced 12-foot-tall amethyst geode acquired from Uruguay

Faces of Holocaust victims projected on Prague synagogue

Oct 16, 2017

Prague's Jewish Museum has launched a new project to honor the victims of the Holocaust

Review: 'American Wolf' explores clash over the gray wolf

Oct 16, 2017

Book Review: Author Nate Blakeslee tells a masterful and elegant tale in "American Wolf." The book explores the clash over the gray wolf with a story told through the life of Yellowstone wolf O-Six and the humans who loved her.

His honeymoon destination? A San Francisco sourdough bakery

Oct 16, 2017

Bread lover's honeymoon destination? The sourdough bakeries of San Francisco

Trump tax plan paints pretty picture for art collectors

Oct 16, 2017

President Donald Trump's tax plan could benefit art collectors with a repeal of the federal estate tax paid by people who inherit multimillion-dollar estates

The Latest: Canadian ex-hostage says extremists killed child

Oct 14, 2017

U.S.-Canadian couple Caitlan Coleman and Joshua Boyle have landed in Canada with their three young children, five years after they were kidnapped in Afghanistan

Interior officials vow to change culture of harassment

Oct 13, 2017

Survey of National Park Service employees finds widespread complaints of harassment and discrimination in workplace

South American Biennale seeks to change the rules of art

Oct 13, 2017

The South American biennale or Bienalsur that is now based in Buenos Aires seeks to break the mold by bringing contemporary art to new audiences and allowing artists to experiment freely

Malnourished lion captured outside Mexico's Puerto Vallarta

Oct 13, 2017

Mexican environmental protection officials say a 5-year-old female lion found malnourished and wandering the streets near Puerto Vallarta has been brought to a refuge in Mexico City

The Latest: US officials target harassment in park service

Oct 13, 2017

U.S. officials say a survey of National Park Service employees found widespread complaints of harassment and discrimination and that improved training and enforcement are aiming to combat the problems

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