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Kansas water park where boy died appears unlikely to open

May 7, 2019

A Kansas water park where a 10-year-old boy was decapitated isn't hiring lifeguards, advertising or selling tickets with less than a month left before its typical Memorial Day weekend opening date

Brazil national museum recovers 200 Egypt pieces after fire

May 7, 2019

Brazil's national museum says it has recovered 200 pieces from its Egypt collection after a devastating fire in September 2018

Real spies, not James Bond, take spotlight at new spy museum

May 7, 2019

It's the stories of real-life spies, not fictional spooks like James Bond, that take center stage at the new International Spy Museum in Washington

Celebs try to out-camp each other at wild Met Gala

May 7, 2019

Katy Perry was a chandelier and Tiffany Haddish brought fried chicken in a plastic bag to the crazy, campy Met Gala

Red-legged frogs thriving in Yosemite after long absence

May 6, 2019

Red-legged frogs made famous by Mark Twain are thriving in Yosemite Valley after a decades-long absence

Israeli court rules Palestinians may attend joint memorial

May 6, 2019

Israel's Supreme Court has ordered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to allow 100 Palestinians from the West Bank to enter Israel and attend a joint Israeli-Palestinian Memorial Day ceremony in Tel Aviv this week

Award to drop name of author tied to sterilization movement

May 6, 2019

The Vermont Department of Libraries is changing the name of a children's book award that honors an author and activist accused of once being connected to a movement that led to sterilizations

A look at the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan

May 6, 2019

A look at Ramadan, Islam's holy month of dawn-to-dusk fasting, which for many Muslims begins Monday

Month of Ramadan fasting for many Muslims begins Monday

May 5, 2019

Muslims in Southeast Asia and much of the Middle East, including in Iraq and Saudi Arabia, are starting the month of Ramadan on Monday

Backers seek funds for North Dakota Teddy Roosevelt library

May 5, 2019

An heir to the Walmart fortune, a wealthy governor and oil companies could fund a big chunk of the private money needed for a Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library in North Dakota's western Badlands

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