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May, 30, 2016

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Mexico documents big rebound in monarch butterflies
Monarch butterflies have made a big comeback in their wintering grounds in Mexico, after suffering serious declines, experts said Friday.
106 Burmese pythons captured in United States
The 106 Burmese pythons captured over a monthlong hunt won't help control the southern U.S state of Florida's invasive snake population, but wildlife officials said Saturday that doesn't matter as much as the awareness they bring to the state's environmental concerns.
A rat found scuttling around the cabin forced a mainland Chinese airliner to return to an airport shortly after takeoff on Friday morning.
A woman bit down on a rare pearl while eating a meal of clams and other seafood at an Italian restaurant in Washington State.
JFK letter to girl who saved pennies for DC trip being sold for US$15,000
A letter President John F. Kennedy sent to a little girl who was a big fan is up for grabs in Philadelphia.
University of Oklahoma agrees to return Nazi-stolen painting to owner
The University of Oklahoma has agreed to return a painting that the Nazis stole from a French family during World War II, a lawyer and school officials said Tuesday in announcing a settlement of a drawn-out dispute over the artwork's ownership.
At 106 years old, she's seen more than a dozen presidents come and go, but Virginia McLaurin says she can finally die happy after meeting U.S. President Barack Obama.
Vienna visitors beware: Burping too loud could be costly.
US legislators consider bill to tackle fake service animals
People who falsely pass off their pets as service animals -- think of the woman in Wisconsin last year who claimed the right bring her kangaroo into McDonald's -- have frustrated people with legitimate needs to such an extent that legislators in several states are .............
Period film highlights Malaysian soccer debate
"So it was actually James Wong who scored the winning goal," said a 50-something woman from Peninsular Malaysia.
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