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The Latest: Fire destroys historic cabins in Glacier park

Aug 14, 2018

At least nine homes and cabins in a historic district of Glacier National Park have been destroyed in a wildfire that raged through the Montana park's busiest area and prompted the hasty evacuation of hundreds of visitors

Couple lost in Wyoming ice cave for nearly 2 days rescued

Aug 14, 2018

A man and woman got lost inside a mazelike ice cave in Wyoming for nearly two days and were hypothermic when rescuers found them

Cooperstown stirs emotions for dad of young baseball player

Aug 14, 2018

Family trip to Cooperstown stirs emotions for dad of young baseball player

Baseball with signatures of 11 greats fetches $623,369

Aug 14, 2018

Baseball with signatures of 11 original Hall of Fame inductees, including Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb, sells for $623,369

Museum seeks to buy president's life insurance application

Aug 14, 2018

William McKinley Presidential Library and Museum in Ohio launches online fundraiser to buy a life insurance policy application filed by the former president

Mexico: Lopez Obrador expands plan for Yucatan tourist train

Aug 14, 2018

Mexico's president-elect has announced an even more ambitious proposal for a Yucatan Peninsula train that would hit nearly all the region's main tourist draws and cost double or more the previously announced figure

2 die after road rage fight in Northern California

Aug 14, 2018

A road rage fight between two men and resulted in their deaths, one by apparent homicide and the other after he was run over by a third car

Newspaper: rally deaths likely higher than official count

Aug 13, 2018

A newspaper says the total number of traffic fatalities for this year's Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota may be higher than the state's official count of four

Tex-Mex restaurant under fire after serving attorney general

Aug 13, 2018

A popular Tex-Mex restaurant in Houston is facing backlash after it posted a photo of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who has pushed for a wide crackdown on immigration

FEMA says it didn't treat Puerto Ricans differently

Aug 13, 2018

FEMA says it didn't handle housing vouchers for displaced residents of Puerto Rico any differently from those of displaced Texas and Florida residents after last year's hurricanes

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