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2015/06/28 16:50
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Taking the elevator at the Manhattan Municipal Building to the Landmark Preservation Committee on the 9th floor, an elderly woman just slipped in as the doors were closing. She looked at me, and asked...
2015/06/28 16:50
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2015/06/25 13:42
2015/06/25 13:42
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Plant Owners to Reduce Emissions at Navajo Nation Four Corners Power Plant The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Justice announced a federal Clean Air Act settlement...
2015/06/25 08:11
2015/06/25 08:11
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As the National Park Service and the state of Montana move forward with efforts to craft a new Interagency Bison Management Plan, or IBMP, for the greater Yellowstone area, industry groups and...
2015/06/23 21:25
2015/06/23 21:25
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Updated at 4:45 p.m. ET Visiting a national park this summer? Be prepared to pay more for the experience. Many national parks across the country, faced with tight budgets and delayed maintenance are...
2015/06/22 09:25
2015/06/22 09:25
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It's late on a Tuesday morning and — as it's done every day for decades — the Patrick Gannaway towboat pushes its two barges up the Mississippi River right through downtown Minneapolis. To get its...
2015/06/19 14:15
2015/06/19 14:15
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MEDWAY, Maine — Opponents of a proposed 150,000-acre national park and recreation area east of Baxter State Park held a rally Thursday, during which they presented a list of 224 businesses directly...
2015/06/10 23:44
2015/06/10 23:44
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BILLINGS, Mont. — A federal appeals court has struck down pollution rules intended to reduce haze from coal that is burned in Montana to provide electricity for people in the Pacific Northwest. Haze...
2015/06/10 06:48
2015/06/10 06:48
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Witnessing the process of Northern Rockies wolf recovery was something akin to watching an Olympian, 20-way tug of war that lasted for more than two decades, until finally, the species leaped off the...
2015/06/05 19:17
2015/06/05 19:17
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National parks in Maryland need more than $345 million worth of maintenance work that has been neglected, according to the National Park Service — a problem that park advocates say is particularly...
2015/06/03 22:48
2015/06/03 22:48
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The Stonewall Inn remains a gay Village hotspot, 45 years after riots against police raiders made it famous. View Full Caption The Landmarks Preservation Commission has voted to consider the...
2015/06/03 21:10
2015/06/03 21:10
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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - More than 200,000 people flooded the U.S. Forest Service with comments over the last month calling for the agency to reject a plan for roads and infrastructure that would enable...
2015/05/30 08:57
2015/05/30 08:57
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Low, fast-moving rain clouds punctuated by intermittent showers couldn't keep nearly 100 people and Channel 10 television from Springfield, Mo., from attending the memorial rally and float for the...
2015/05/28 13:51
2015/05/28 13:51
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WASHINGTON — Florida leaders are struggling to fend off mounting pressure to drill for oil off the east and west coasts, just five years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster. Republican...
2015/06/28 16:50
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