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The Latest: Crews move school bus wrecked in deadly crash

May 18, 2018

Cleanup crews have moved the wreckage of a school bus that collided with a dump truck on a New Jersey highway, killing a student and a teacher

School bus ripped apart in dump truck crash, killing 2

May 18, 2018

The crash of a dump truck and a school bus taking children to a field trip in New Jersey has killed a student and a teacher

Yellowstone launches program to establish new bison herds

May 16, 2018

Yellowstone National Park officials will launch a new bison quarantine program aimed at establishing new herds for release on public and tribal lands

'People's forest' marks 100 years, seeks new connections

May 16, 2018

A beloved national forest for hikers, nature enthusiasts, and artists alike is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its presidential declaration, and officials are asking the public to reflect on its history and envision its next century

Where 'Great Gatsby' writer lived, a museum with an Airbnb

May 16, 2018

Here's an unusual Airbnb: an apartment upstairs from a museum devoted to F. Scott Fitzgerald, author of "The Great Gatsby," and his wife Zelda

Lawsuit contends energy lease sales will affect environment

May 15, 2018

Environmental groups and Montana landowners are suing to cancel the U.S. government's sale of 287 oil and gas leases on federal land in the state

Repairs to leave part of Statue of Liberty dark

May 15, 2018

Workers will be turning off some lights for repairs to the Statue of Liberty's electrical system

Group behind Theodore Roosevelt library scraps 2-site plan

May 14, 2018

The foundation working to build a Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library in North Dakota has reversed an earlier decision to split the complex into two parts, in two cities, angering a top state lawmaker

Idaho wildlife officials approve limited grizzly bear hunt

May 11, 2018

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission approved a limited hunting season for grizzly bears in eastern Idaho just a year after the animals were removed from the Endangered Species List

Erosion unearths bones on New York's island of the dead

May 3, 2018

Storms and the tides are unearthing human bones where New York City buries its destitute dead

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