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  • No new protection for Atlantic bluefin tuna

    No new protection for Atlantic bluefin tuna
    The Atlantic bluefin tuna, a fabled sport fish that has sustained a sharp decline to serve the sushi restaurants of Osaka and Tokyo, was rejected Friday for a place on the endangered species list. Once sought after by Ernest Hemingway, Zane Grey and...
  • Traveling the National Road in Ohio

    Traveling the National Road in Ohio
    BLAINE, Ohio — The Blaine Hill Bridge is a monument to Ohio's past. The 385-foot, brick-paved bridge in Belmont County is also a surviving link to the historical National Road. It dates to 1828 and is the oldest surviving bridge in the Buckeye...
  • Drama along the Grand Canyon North Rim

    Grand Canyon North Rim, Arizona My brother, John, loves deserts, slot canyons, mesas, buttes and treacherous dirt roads. At home, he pores over U.S. Geological Survey maps, dog-ears pages in hiking books, studies dry treatises on the archaeology and...
  • Bristol Palin's preggers: 'Fuhgettaboutit'

     
    by Mark Silva ST. PAUL - On this day when Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol and her surprise teenage pregnancy have overshadowed the opening of the Republican National Convention - we cannot make this stuff up - it's worth noting that......
  • "The Willow Field: A Novel" by William Kittredge

    For those of us at home in the West, literary regionalism has always been a curious matter: When we hear that so-and-so is, for instance, a Southern writer, it is presumed that we grasp a timeless sensibility as distinct to the letters of the region as...
  • The hottest cold getaways

    The last buckle of my ski boots snapped into place, and I started down the checklist. Goggles. Check! Skis. Check! Poles. Check! Gloves. Check! Boarding pass. Check! OK, ready to go. Boarding pass? It ranks among my most exhilarating moments in skiing...
  • A guide to the Cascade Range parks

    GETTING THERE To visit all four Cascade Range parks in one trip, you might begin with a flight to Seattle. From SeaTac International Airport, take Interstate Highway 5 north to the Burlington exit and follow Washington Highway 20 east to North Cascades...
  • Escape to the woods

    For more than 150 years, Mid-Atlantic city dwellers have escaped the press of urban life by heading north - out of the concrete jungle and into the sun-dappled forests of the Pocono and Catskill mountains. One of the most pristine areas lies between the...
  • Where Few Dare to Disobey

    COLORADO CITY, Ariz. -- To his followers, Warren Jeffs is a teacher and spiritual leader who channels divine revelations -- the man they call their prophet. To the FBI, Jeffs is an accused rapist and fugitive on its 10 Most Wanted list with a $100,000...
  • Not driven? Here's a home where bison roam

    Reminiscent of a quiet European village, the city of Avalon on the eastern edge of Santa Catalina Island is about 21 miles, or roughly an hour by ferry, from the shores of the mainland. Incorporated in 1913, Avalon is a tightknit island community of about...