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Barrels of fun: Niagara Falls touts thrills after rebranding
Niagara Falls, whose most famous thrill-seekers have gone over the brink in barrels, wants to be the place the rest of us go for outdoor adventure, too.
 
Federal judge in Hawaii puts Trump travel ban on hol
Hours before it was to take effect, President Donald Trump's revised travel ban was put on hold Wednesday by a federal judge in Hawaii who questioned the government's argument that the measure was motivated by national security concerns.
 
Fed raises rate and sees more hikes as US economy improves
The Federal Reserve has raised its benchmark interest rate for the second time in three months and forecast two additional hikes this year. The move reflects a consistently solid U.S. economy and will likely mean higher rates on some consumer and business loans.
 
Snow day for walking
Two women struggle to walk in the blowing snow during a winter storm in Boston, Tuesday, March 14.
 
The Malaysian prime minister's special envoy to east Asia, Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing, said Tuesday on his Facebook page that Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Ahmad Zahid bin Hamidi was infuriated after hearing news a Taiwanese tourist was held by customs for 35-hours, saying the matter could damage the country's image and hurt the tourism industry. He has issued a directive for an investigation into the case.
 
Winter storm slams northeastern US
Winter Storm Stella unleashed its fury on much of the northeastern United States Tuesday, dropping snow and sleet across the region and forcing school closures and thousands of flight cancellations.
 
Stolen Stradivarius of late violinist heard for the first time since 1980
The three daughters of renowned violinist Roman Totenberg heard the sound of their late father's Stradivarius for the first time since it was stolen nearly four decades ago.
 
Lefties, techies long at odds in San Francisco, team up against Trump
Before Donald Trump's election, Laurence Berland viewed political protest as a sort of curiosity. He was in a good place to see it: San Francisco's Mission District, once an immigrant enclave in the country's heartland of radicalism that is increasingly populated by people like him --.....
 
Thousands petition New York to keep 'Fearless Girl'
A sculpture of a courageous young girl installed temporarily in New York to champion gender diversity is so popular that thousands of people have signed a petition demanding it remain permanently.
 
NY cemetery receives rare photo of its 'Little Drummer Boy
A cemetery in upstate New York where a Civil War veteran known as "Albany's Little Drummer Boy" is buried has received the only image of him known to exist.
 
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