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Man in Disney World wave pool has heart attack, dies

Jul 16, 2018

A 70-year-old man with a pre-existing heart condition died after having a heart attack while in a wave pool at Walt Disney World

TravelLab: Adults take over science museums when night falls

Jul 16, 2018

AP TravelLab: A nocturnal visit to the American Museum of Natural History when no children are allowed

Brantley's homer lifts Indians to 5-2 win over Yankees

Jul 15, 2018

Brantley homers as Indians score three in eighth, beat Yankees 5-2

C'est la vie: Canadians still visiting US despite trade flap

Jul 15, 2018

The United States and Canada may be engaged in an escalating trade war, angering Canadians, but it doesn't seem to be having an impact on tourism this summer

Groups sue North Dakota over oil refinery near national park

Jul 13, 2018

Three environmental groups are suing North Dakota over an air quality permit that allows construction of an $800 million oil refinery about 3 miles from Theodore Roosevelt National Park

7 endangered rhinos dead in Kenya relocation bid: Official

Jul 13, 2018

7 endangered rhinos dead in Kenya relocation bid, official says; 'a complete disaster'

Grief, hope over news that Emmett Till case reopened

Jul 13, 2018

As news emerged that federal authorities are reopening the investigation into the 1955 slaying of Emmett Till, visitors to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture had his case very much on their minds

Rio city council votes against opening impeachment of mayor

Jul 12, 2018

The city council of Rio de Janeiro has voted against opening impeachment proceedings against Mayor Marcelo Crivella, rejecting accusations he misused his office to grant favors to members of his evangelical church

Kansas officials seek altered US flag's removal from museum

Jul 12, 2018

Republican Gov. Jeff Colyer and a top GOP rival have called for the University of Kansas to remove an altered U.S. flag from its campus completely rather than showing it in an art museum

University of Kansas removes altered US flag art

Jul 11, 2018

The University of Kansas on Wednesday removed an art display that includes an altered U.S. flag after complaints from Gov. Jeff Colyer and other GOP political candidates that it was disrespectful

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