Canadians plead guilty to violations at parks across US WestBILLINGS, Mont. (AP) ? Three Canadians will be banned from federal lands for five years after pleading guilty to walking on a sensitive hot spring in Yellowstone National Park and other crimes at parks across the Western U.S., park officials said Thursday.
Facebook CEO trying to buy out land near his Hawaii estate
HONOLULU (AP) ? Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg went to court to gain ownership of isolated pockets of land tucked away within his sprawling estate in Hawaii, many of which are less than an acre and could be split between hundreds of owners in a situation unique to the islands.
Yellen says Fed following prudent course on ratesWhile unemployment has fallen significantly and inflation is starting to tick higher, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Thursday she does not believe that the central bank has fallen behind the curve ...
Navy: Wind farm opposed by GOP lawmakers won't harm radarWASHINGTON (AP) ? The Pentagon says it disagrees with Republicans in North Carolina who claim a $400 million clean energy project slated to power data centers for Amazon.com Inc. poses a threat to national security.
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Actors, mayors rally at inauguration eve Trump demonstration
NEW YORK (AP) ? Actors Robert De Niro, Sally Field and Mark Ruffalo joined hundreds of other people outside a Donald Trump building on Thursday for a pre-inauguration demonstration organizers said was meant to energize those concerned about the Republican president-elect's policies.
Graceland Black Lives Matter protest prompts lawsuitMEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) ? Five people have filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Memphis and Elvis Presley's Graceland, saying they were discriminated against at a protest by a coalition associated with the Black Lives Matter movement during the annual vigil commemorating the singer's death.
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Las Vegas Sands paying $7M to settle corrupt practices probeLAS VEGAS (AP) ? U.S. authorities say billionaire Sheldon Adelson's casino company is paying almost $7 million to settle a foreign corrupt practices investigation of the firm's former relationship with a consultant in Macao and China.