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Brazilians dancing away troubles of 2017 at Carnival parties

Feb 10, 2018

Brazilians are letting off steam during the first full day of Carnival after a difficult year that included a lackluster economy, a spiraling corruption investigation and increasing political polarization

French activists celebrate abandoned airport project

Feb 10, 2018

A mixed and colorful crowd has celebrated the French government's decision to abandon plans to build a new airport in the west of the country

Interior secretary touts effort to improve big-game habitat

Feb 10, 2018

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says he's taking steps to improve habitat and migration corridors in Western states for big-game animals such as elk, mule and deer

After sharp criticism, Rio evangelical mayor opens Carnival

Feb 9, 2018

Rio's evangelical mayor has attended the ceremonial opening of this year's Carnival after being sharply criticized for ducking out last year

Museum: Painting is a genuine Jan Steen artwork, not a copy

Feb 9, 2018

A Dutch museum says that a painting previously thought to be an 18th-century copy of a work by Jan Steen is actually an original by the Dutch master

Rio Carnival evolves into low-cost street party extravaganza

Feb 9, 2018

Rio de Janeiro's famous Carnival celebrations are shifting from heavy spending to bargain-hunting tourists

Celebrating a pulp fiction artist who broke gender barriers

Feb 9, 2018

A pioneering illustrator for the pulp fiction crime and romance magazines of the 1940s is being celebrated in a new exhibit at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts

Creationist's speech canceled at university in Oklahoma

Feb 9, 2018

An Oklahoma university has cancelled a planned speech by the founder of a Kentucky museum dedicated to creationism.

Montana recommends against Yellowstone grizzly hunt in 2018

Feb 8, 2018

Montana wildlife officials say they won't hold a grizzly bear hunt in 2018 after the animals recently lost their federal protections across a three-state region centered on Yellowstone National Park

Governors say Interior Department shift didn't include them

Feb 8, 2018

A bipartisan group representing 19 Western governors says Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke didn't consult with them before disclosing plans for a major agency reorganization

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