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  1. Wyoming horseback riding and impressive Western vistas, part 1Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago |

    Why travel an exhausting 12 hours to reach Saratoga, Wyoming , a small town near Laramie , located in the southeastern corner of a state with a rodeo cowboy on its license plate? Answers are immediately apparent: For the wide open vistas of pine- and aspen-covered mountains; for the imposing snowy peaks of Mount Baldy and other majestic and unyielding mountains that remind one of human unimportance in the geological scheme of things; for the savory-smelling gray-green sage bushes keeping a low profile; the six-foot-high willows that add a rust, maroon, yellow and orange tint to the landscape that remind me of the colors of my mom's South Florida family room decor; to marvel at alpine flowers such as the yellow glacier lily, purple crocus, stone flower and not-yet-blooming bronze Pacific Coast iris; to see the red leaves of the Oregon grape nestled against the brown mud earth; to hear the ... (more)


  2. Tiffany (TIF) Stock Continues to Slip on Weak QuarterRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago |

    Shares of Tiffany & Co. are declining by 2.05% to $62.58 late Thursday morning, after the New York City-based company reported 2016 first quarter results that missed analysts' expectations.


  3. Some experts question extent of Zika threat to U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | KTRE-TV Lufkin

    Some leading insect and infectious-diseases experts think so, arguing that the mosquito-borne virus is unlikely to become a widespread hazard to pregnant women throughout the United States. "I think the risk for Zika actually setting up transmission cycles that become established in the continental U.S. is near zero," said Chris Barker, a mosquito-borne virus researcher at the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.


  4. Airport - Happy Lane' Not So Happy as PreCheck Lags ProjectionsRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    As the U.S. expanded a program to streamline airport screening for passengers willing to undergo background checks several years ago, the then-chief of the Transportation Security Administration dubbed it the "happy lane." For the small portion of travelers now in the program that provides access to short lines, it may fit John Pistole's description.


  5. New Paducah restaurant has Carlisle County tiesRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | West Kentucky News

    Carlisle County native Justin Arnold and his business partners have seen nothing but success since beginning their newest business venture. For several weeks now, Paducah's Tropical Smoothie Cafe has been ranked in the top 25 stores for the chain across the nation.


  6. Ducks softball a big hit, but so is super regional rival UCLARead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Portland Tribune

    Senior right fielder Alyssa Gillespie was enjoying the greatest season of her splendid softball career at Oregon when coach Mike White decided a demotion was in order. Gillespie, Oregon's leadoff hitter most of the season, has batted ninth the past two weeks.


  7. No: Don't be fooled by finger-pointing and buck-passing in Flint water crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Janesville Gazette

    EDITOR'S NOTE: The writer is addressing the question, "Are Democrats right in demanding that Michigan's Republican governor, Rick Snyder, resign over the Flint water crisis?" The highly politicized and much talked-about Flint water crisis has triggered the usual response from activists, bureaucrats and politicians: finger-pointing and buck-passing. Michigan's attorney general has even filed criminal charges against two state officials and a city employee, promising more indictments would come.


  8. Become the Star of Your Own Live-Action Thriller for a WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    The woman, Sarai Medouin, was clearly panicked. Observed from our seat in the racetrack's stands, she paced back and forth as she talked into her cellphone, trying desperately, as we soon learned, to locate Talisman: a prized racehorse that had mysteriously gone missing the night before.


  9. Here's What It's Like To Be A Sailor In NYC During Fleet WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    This Memorial Day Weekend, sailors in dress whites, Marines, and members of the Coast Guard roamed New York City to take in the sights and activities of New York's Fleet Week . We set out to meet sailors to see what they actually do during Fleet Week, a tradition in which recently deployed military ships dock in major U.S. cities like New York for one week.


  10. Hotel Maison Joins Stash Hotel Rewards Program to Honor Loyal GuestsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Freshnews

    Stash Hotel Rewards , the award-winning loyalty program for independent hotels, announced a partnership with Hotel Maison, located in Yakima Valley, the heart of Washington wine country. By joining the Stash Rewards program, Hotel Maison joins over 170 independent properties - including six others in the state of Washington - that allow new and returning guests to earn and redeem loyalty points.


  11. Hotel Near Sun Life Stadium Features Access to Shopping, Miami and Ft. Lauderdale AirportsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Market Wire

    Location, as they say, is everything, which is good news for guests of the Courtyard Miami West/FL Turnpike. Ideally situated near top Miami attractions, the headquarters of numerous major businesses, Florida's Turnpike and premium shopping, the hotel is the ideal destination for many different travelers.


  12. Obama must apologize about his own actions at HiroshimaRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Switched

    Today President Barack Obama is taking a day off from his formal schedule at the G7 meeting in Japan to visit Hiroshima. He is first sitting American president to visit the site where an atomic weapon was first employed to horrifying effect.


  13. No bad picturesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Harbor Times Soup

    It all night Tuesday, and was still raining when I got up on Wednesday. Ugh, I thought, we're going to be trapped in the trailer all day! I set to work on my blog, which took some time because the cell signal in the park is not good, ate breakfast, got dressed.


  14. Most affordable travel destinations for Canadians are in U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    According to a report from, the most affordable places to fly to are all in the U.S. Canadians are searching for flights to Manila, Vancouver and Los Angeles more than any other destinations, but the most affordable places to fly to are all in the U.S., says a report from . The company studied more than 660,000 hours of Canadian searches over a year-long period and found Manila, Vancouver and L.A. were the top three most-searched destinations worldwide.


  15. Naval veteran from Moab takes Honor FlightRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Moab Times-Independent

    Moab resident John Hagner visits the National World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. during the Utah Honor Flight tour May 12-14.


  16. Canoeing Along the Restored Bronx RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Curbed

    We were stuck on a rock, in the dark, under an overpass. The water was flowing black and fast around us, and we could not see its depth.


  17. Singer Julianna Zobrist (Ben's wife) on the Cubs, walk-up songs, six-day ruleRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune

    Cubs second baseman Ben Zobrist has had a quick start to his Cubs career, and the rest of his family has also adapted quickly to life in the city. His wife, Julianna, is a Christian pop musician who will sing the National Anthem before the Cubs' game against the Dodgers on Monday.


  18. Bomber veteran, 94, revisits England after 71 years a and quietly dies at Battle of Britain bunkerRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | National Post

    U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Melvin Rector long carried England in his heart after he helped defend it during World War II, but 70 years passed without him stepping foot back in the country.


  19. New Constructions In Cortlandt Manor Offer Acreage, ConvenienceRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Cortlandt Daily Voice

    New construction in desirable locations are rare in Westchester. Two lots at Flanders Lane in Old Oaks, Northern Westchester's most prestigious and elegant development, offer homebuyers acreage, convenience and customization.


  20. Hikers chase spring as they hike the Appalachian Trail in PennsylvaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    The 27-year-old Las Vegas residents, three weeks married, were embarked on an end-to-end hike of the Appalachian Trail, a rigorous quest about as far away from the Bellagio's dancing fountains as they could get. "We'd been joking about hiking the AT for a while.