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Spy museum's newest: ax used on Trotsky, parts of Powers' U2

Sep 13, 2017

A Florida businessman donates more than 5,000 artifacts of spy craft from around the world to the International Spy Museum in Washington

What to do when a hurricane blows away your vacation plans

Sep 13, 2017

When a hurricane blows away your vacation plans, travel expert Pauline Frommer suggests going online, getting on the phone, checking if the fine print allows for refunds and being aware for future travel

Irma cancels honeymoon, postpones funeral, disrupts trips

Sep 12, 2017

Hurricane Irma and the other storms not only disrupted life for folks who live in Florida and the Caribbean, but it also had an impact on travel plans for thousands of people

Mexico quake hit hard at center of Zapotec 'muxe' culture

Sep 12, 2017

The magnitude 8.1 quake that killed 96 people across Mexico struck hardest in the heartland of Mexico's Zapotec culture

UK approves Stonehenge tunnel, diverted to ease druid dismay

Sep 12, 2017

British authorities have approved a contentious road tunnel under Stonehenge, but altered its route so it doesn't impede views of the sun during the winter solstice

Casual denim hints at a new era for Oscar de la Renta

Sep 12, 2017

Oscar de la Renta designers Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim signal a new era at the storied luxury label with casual garments like denim jackets, windbreakers and outfits emblazoned with their famous founder's handwriting

Hiker missing after 800-foot fall into water

Sep 11, 2017

A hiker in Oregon is missing after falling 800 feet from a cliff near Devil's Cauldron into the ocean below

Volunteer shooters to help thin Grand Canyon bison herds

Sep 11, 2017

The National Park Service will use volunteer shooters along with capture and other methods to reduce the bison population at the Grand Canyon by more than half

Kristen Bell sings 'Frozen' tunes at Florida Irma shelter

Sep 11, 2017

Kristen Bell says she's "singing in a hurricane" while riding out Irma in Florida

Report: Minnesota student left to join IS group in 2015

Sep 10, 2017

Authorities say a suburban Minneapolis college student left his family while on vacation in Morocco two years ago and joined the Islamic State group in Syria

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