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Seal takeovers, downed trees: Parks clean up post-shutdown

Feb 2, 2019

Some national park visitors cut new trails, pried open gates and even mowed down an iconic twisted-limbed Joshua tree in California during the government shutdown

The Latest: Death Valley calls shutdown effects 'disturbing'

Feb 2, 2019

Officials at Death Valley National Park in California say the impact of human waste and trash left by visitors during the government shutdown is "disturbing"

Rare whale found dead in Everglades National Park waters

Feb 1, 2019

A rare whale was found dead in the waters of Florida's Everglades National Park

APNewsBreak: US oil lease near sacred park pushes forward

Jan 31, 2019

Politicians and tribal leaders are decrying U.S. officials for moving forward with the sale of oil and gas leases near a park in New Mexico that Native Americans consider sacred

New York museum exhibit marks Jackie Robinson centennial

Jan 30, 2019

Exhibit on Jackie Robinson opens at Museum of the City of New York on centennial of birth of man who broke Major League Baseball's color barrier

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum buys her 'Ritz Tower' painting

Jan 30, 2019

The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum has announced it has purchased a rare painting of the American artist's take on a New York skyscraper

Ball gowns galore: London's V&A Museum stages new Dior show

Jan 30, 2019

After the smashing success of its Alexander McQueen show, London's V&A Museum is looking to draw big crowds with another major fashion exhibition _ this time focusing on Christian Dior

Jewish collector's heirs want US painting on loan in Germany

Jan 30, 2019

The heirs of a Jewish collector say a painting on loan to a German museum from a Texas museum was stolen from their family by the Nazis and have filed a legal request asking for its return, a German newspaper is reporting

Weird Paris debut of immersive Stalinist reality show DAU

Jan 30, 2019

A Russian immersive film and artistic experience called DAU has opened in a Paris theater and the Pompidou Center modern art museum

Amnesty urges travel sites to ban Israel settlement listings

Jan 30, 2019

Amnesty International is urging online travel sites to ban listings from Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank

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