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Make-up, wig, cackle. Actress becomes witch at Universal

Oct 10, 2018

Make-up, wig, cackle. An actress becomes a witch at Universal Orlando Resort, where Halloween Horror Nights is an all-hands-on-deck affair.

Grand Ole Opry gives rare salute to soul genius Ray Charles

Oct 10, 2018

The Grand Ole Opry gave a rare salute to soul genius Ray Charles for an upcoming public television special

From Catholicism to Camp: New Met Gala theme revealed

Oct 10, 2018

Next year's Met Gala theme will be 'camp,' organizers revealed on Tuesday, a shift in tone and content from this year's meditation on Catholicism

How to see the world in your 20s without racking up debt

Oct 9, 2018

Travel in your 20s without taking on credit card debt by planning, minimizing costs, using your credit card rewards and working on the road

US bans new mining claims on public land near Yellowstone

Oct 8, 2018

The Trump administration says companies can't launch new efforts to mine for gold, silver and other minerals in a picturesque area near Yellowstone National Park

Syria displays artifacts retrieved from rebel-held areas

Oct 8, 2018

An exhibition in Syria's capital of hundreds of artifacts includes many that museum officials say were retrieved from rebel-held areas amid recent gains by the military

The Latest: Zinke signs mining ban near Yellowstone park

Oct 8, 2018

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has approved a 20-year ban on new mining claims in the mountains north of Yellowstone National Park after two proposed gold mines raised concerns the area could be spoiled

Nepal says its tiger population has almost doubled from 2009

Oct 7, 2018

Nepal says it has been successful in almost doubling the tiger population in less than a decade

Judge tosses fishermen's suit against Obama ocean monument

Oct 5, 2018

A federal judge has tossed a lawsuit from a group of fishing associations that challenged the creation of an underwater monument in the Atlantic Ocean

1,000 wild horses to be rounded up in Northern California

Oct 5, 2018

The U.S. Forest Service is set to round up 1,000 wild horses and says that many of them could be sold to distant slaughterhouses

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