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NYC tries fencing in often-violent Caribbean celebration

Sep 3, 2017

Tens of thousands of costumed revelers will gather behind police barricades and metal detectors early Monday in New York City for a Caribbean celebration

Lidia weakens to depression after 5 dead in Mexico's Baja

Sep 3, 2017

A weakening Tropical Storm Lidia is marching up Mexico's Baja California Peninsula after flooding streets and homes in resort cities, stranding tourists and leaving at least five people dead

Maine museum preserves Native American canoe from 1700s

Sep 2, 2017

One of the oldest known Native American birch-bark canoes will go on display at a Maine historical group's museum, possibly as early as this fall

The Latest: Brush fire forces Burbank residents from homes

Sep 2, 2017

Athletic events have been forced to change schedules and residents are breathing in hazardous air as stubborn smoke from massive wildfires strangles large parts of the U.S. West

Inoculations give endangered California frog a shot at life

Aug 30, 2017

Scientists say they're inoculating an endangered California frog to give it a fighting chance at avoiding extinction

Groups sue to protect Yellowstone bears as hunts anticipated

Aug 30, 2017

Wildlife advocates and a Montana Indian tribe are asking a U.S. court to restore protections for grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone National Park so that trophy hunting of the fearsome animals wouldn't be allowed

Pot shop clashes with tourism stores in eclectic Alaska town

Aug 30, 2017

A marijuana store on Main Street is causing a divide in the quirky tourist town of Talkeetna, Alaska

Poland fires tourism boss for 'scandalous' Auschwitz remark

Aug 30, 2017

Poland's tourism minister says he has fired the head of the national tourist organization who wanted to remove the Auschwitz memorial and a Jewish history museum from tours for foreign journalists

City bike-share program to 'peddle' museum's fine artworks

Aug 30, 2017

The Barnes Foundation has teamed up with Philadelphia's bicycle-sharing program to "peddle" the museum's fine artworks

Puerto Rico mulls closing zoo, transfers animals amid crisis

Aug 28, 2017

Puerto Rico's governor says one elephant and 10 felines at the island's only zoo will be transferred elsewhere following concerns for their wellbeing amid an economic crisis

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