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Merkel, other German leaders dismiss Turkish travel warning

Sep 10, 2017

Chancellor Angela Merkel and other senior German politicians have dismissed a travel warning for their country issued by Turkey

US historian who spent decades in Afghanistan dies at 90

Sep 10, 2017

An American historian who spent decades in Afghanistan working to preserve the heritage of the war-torn country died Sunday

As Irma nears Florida, concern for animals a major issue

Sep 9, 2017

Florida zoos, theme parks, rescue centers and just about anyplace else dealing with animals have been bracing for Hurricane Irma's arrival

Electric Daisy Carnival to avoid summer heat, moves to May

Sep 9, 2017

Las Vegas' scorching summer heat might have proven to be a little too much for Electric Daisy Carnival attendees

Turkey issues travel warning for Turkish citizens in Germany

Sep 9, 2017

Turkey's foreign ministry has issued a travel warning for Turkish citizens living in Germany and traveling there, citing increased right wing and racist rhetoric in the lead-up to Germany's parliamentary elections.

McGrady, Lobo, Self and McGraw headline Hall of Fame class

Sep 9, 2017

Former NBA star Tracy McGrady and Kansas coach Bill Self are part of a class of 11 basketball greats being inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

The Latest: Holocaust Museum 'horrified' by Myanmar attacks

Sep 9, 2017

The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum says it's horrified by the ongoing attacks on Rohingya civilians and is calling on Myamar's government to cease its military operations.

Irma-interrupted trip becomes mystery 'cruise to nowhere'

Sep 8, 2017

Ship passengers who watched hundreds of their fellow vacationers disembark in Miami ahead of Hurricane Irma's arrival to Florida are now on a 'cruise to nowhere.'

Tourism, agriculture businesses brace for Irma's impact

Sep 8, 2017

Hurricane Irma has taken down parts of the vital tourism industry in the Caribbean and is spinning toward Florida, another vacation haven

NY museum gets vast collection of Colonial-era artifacts

Sep 8, 2017

More than 100,000 artifacts from one of the earliest European settlements in North America are now housed at an upstate New York museum located near where the objects were discovered more than 40 years ago

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