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In Canada, parks thrive but conservationists cry foul

On a highway in Banff National Park in western Canada, tourists hastily park their cars to catch a glimpse of a bear at the edge of the forest. “We’ve seen some amazing animal life up here, much more than a lot of other places that we’ve gone camping,” said Tony ...

South African ruling party debates fate of President Zuma

/ May 28, 2017

South African ruling party debates fate of President Zuma

South Africa’s ruling party is debating whether President Jacob Zuma should resign amid increasing concern about alleged corruption at the highest levels of the government. Zuma on Sunday faced a motion of no confidence at a meeting of leaders of the African National Congress ...

/ May 28, 2017

British leader May's lead narrows ahead of election

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s lead over the opposition Labour Party has narrowed sharply, according to five opinion polls published since the Manchester attack, suggesting she might not win the landslide predicted just a month ago. Four opinion polls published on Saturday showed that ...

JFK at 100: A legacy etched in minds of Americans

May 28, 2017

JFK at 100: A legacy etched in minds of Americans

John F. Kennedy — young, heroic, charismatic — embodied the overflowing promise of possibility of 20th century America, until an assassin’s bullet ended his life in November 1963. One hundred years after his birth, the youngest man ever elected president, who once urged Americans ...