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The Latest: Thrown beer slightly damages World Series trophy

Oct 31, 2018

Boston's euphoric street party celebrating the city's fourth World Series title in 15 years is winding down

Demolition begins of Kansas waterslide on which boy died

Oct 30, 2018

Crews are tearing down a giant waterslide that a 10-year-old Kansas boy was riding when he was decapitated two years ago

Philippine island once called 'cesspool' reopens to tourists

Oct 26, 2018

Boatloads of tourists sailed Friday to Boracay island, which Philippine officials reopened to visitors after a six-month closure to clean waters the president had called a "cesspool" due to years of overcrowding, partying and neglect

2 Yosemite National Park visitors die in fall from overlook

Oct 26, 2018

A Yosemite National Park official says two visitors have died in a fall from a popular overlook

Officials planning to move Canadian wolves to Isle Royale

Oct 25, 2018

Officials plan to relocate several gray wolves from the Canadian province of Ontario to Isle Royale National Park this winter

The Latest: Some railings at Yosemite cliff where 2 fell

Oct 25, 2018

A Yosemite National Park official says a visitor reported Wednesday that two people had fallen to their deaths from a popular overlook

Sears suppliers haunted by ghost of Toys R Us

Oct 25, 2018

A growing number of suppliers who themselves got hurt or watched others get burned by Toys R Us' quick demise worry they will suffer the same fate with Sears

New Orleans museum shows art collected by namesake duke

Oct 25, 2018

The New Orleans Museum of Art is winding up the city's tricentennial with an exhibition of dozens of paintings collected by the man the city is named for: Philippe II, Duke of Orleans

China building boom uncovers buried dinosaurs, makes a star

Oct 25, 2018

China's rapid city building has churned up a motherlode of new dinosaur fossils, and no one has seized the scientific opportunity more than one paleontologist

Iowa district probes report of teacher in blackface at party

Oct 25, 2018

An Iowa school district criticized for discriminating against minorities is investigating reports that a teacher wore blackface at a public Halloween party

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