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Mexico struggles to understand, solve, seaweed invasion

Jun 27, 2019

Mexico has spent $17 million to remove over a half-million tons of sargassum seaweed from its Caribbean beaches, and the problem doesn't seem likely to end any time soon

The Latest: Gas prices could increase on refinery closure

Jun 26, 2019

AAA says gasoline prices may increase after the announcement that a Philadelphia oil refinery will close after a devastating fire

Deal lets luxury Montana ski club keeps its liquor licenses

Jun 25, 2019

An ultra-exclusive Montana ski resort that counts Bill Gates and Justin Timberlake as members is paying the state $370,000 so it can keep its liquor licenses

The Latest: No immediate agency comment on safety rules

Jun 25, 2019

Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor says he's not immediately able to comment on the National Transportation Safety Board's demand that his agency strengthen skydiving regulations

Nuevo Laredo says it will receive migrants returned from US

Jun 24, 2019

The Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo is to begin receiving migrants returned from the United States to wait in Mexico while their asylum claims wind through U.S. courts

Bikers gather for emotional ceremony following deadly crash

Jun 23, 2019

Hundreds of motorcyclists are gathering for a "Blessing of the Bikes" ceremony in northern New Hampshire in the wake of a deadly crash that killed seven people

Skydiving plane in Hawaii crash had scary 2016 mishap

Jun 23, 2019

The skydiving plane in the crash in Hawaii that killed 11 people was in a scary California midair incident three years ago that prompted 14 skydivers to jump out earlier than planned

District 12 of 'The Hunger Games' is now a historic place

Jun 21, 2019

The mill village that filled in for District 12 in 'The Hunger Games' is now on the National Register of Historic Places

Ex-Filipino diplomat who sued Xi barred entry to Hong Kong

Jun 21, 2019

A former Philippine foreign secretary who accused Chinese President Xi Jinping of crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court says he was barred from entering Hong Kong and held at the airport for hours

Rot in peace: Sites lacking for whale corpses amid die-off

Jun 21, 2019

Rot in peace: So many gray whales are washing up on the US West Coast that the federal agency that deals with the rotting carcasses is running out of places to put them while they decompose

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