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Documents: Talks fail to resolve dispute over Yosemite sites
A trademark dispute over the names of historic hotels and other beloved landmarks at Yosemite National Park won't likely end without a courtroom fight, leaving temporary signs in place throughout the park for months to come, officials on both sides of the dispute said in newly obtained court documents.
 
Jerry Sandusky appeal focuses on Victim 2's conflicting statements
A man who says he was the boy observed being sexually abused by Jerry Sandusky in a Penn State shower more than 15 years ago gave conflicting statements to authorities and was considered to lack credibility, investigators said during an appeal hearing Monday.
 
Judge in Texas temporarily blocks Obama's transgender school rules
A federal judge in Texas has blocked the Obama administration's order that requires public schools to let transgender students use the bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their chosen gender identity.
 
Authorities in the southern U.S. state of North Carolina said Monday they are investigating the death of a deaf man who was fatally shot after a trooper tried to pull him over for speeding.
 
Dog day afternoon
Brittany Hyler, foster coordinator with Angels of Assisi, gives Beth fresh bedding in Roanoke, Virginia, Monday, Aug. 22. Hyler tends to 38 dogs, which the Roanoke shelter took in from flood-ravaged Louisiana shelters.
 
Clinton ready for 'wacky' debate with Trump
White House hopeful Hillary Clinton suggested Monday that rival Donald Trump could be an unpredictable adversary in upcoming presidential debates, saying she is girding for "wacky stuff."
 
Mass march against Chile's privatized pension system
Hundreds of thousands of people protested Sunday against Chile's privatized pension system, a legacy of late dictator Augusto Pinochet that opponents say is leaving many retirees destitute.
 
NYC remembers 1991 Crown Heights race riot
Twenty-five years after race riots scarred a New York City neighborhood, residents of Crown Heights gathered Sunday to mark the quarter-century anniversary with a memorial service, march, and street festival that organizers said showed how far the community had come.
 
Documents reveal US agency spied on Pakistani leaders
A US security agency has been spying on Pakistan's top civil and military leadership for decades, reveal documents obtained by an American news outlet The Intercept.
 
New Smithsonian offers a view of rich black history
Lonnie Bunch leans forward to peer inside a slave cabin from Edisto Island, South Carolina. The dark and cramped interior defies his attempts to showcase the small living space its occupants subsisted on.
 
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