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    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Federal regulators say a proposed pipeline that would carry fracked natural gas for 300 miles across West Virginia and Virginia would have “significant” impacts on forests. But they say other adverse effects would be limited.

  • Rolling sequoia: Idaho tree tied to John Muir set for move

    BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Not very often does a 10-story-tall, 800,000-pound landmark change locations. Especially one that’s alive.

  • Q&A: A look at US-Canada border after airport stabbing

    DETROIT (AP) — Authorities say a Canadian man from Tunisia crossed legally into the U.S. days before stabbing a police officer in the neck at a Michigan airport. The attack raises questions about security along the northern border, including what the process is for travelers and how many people are detained or denied entry. A look at some common questions and answers.

  • Latest: Canadian accused of stabbing cop appears in court

    FLINT, Mich. (AP) — The Latest on the stabbing of a police officer at the Flint, Michigan, airport (all times local):

  • Summer vacation: Never mind the hike. Where’s the hammock?

    Never mind the hike. Where’s the hammock?

  • Suspect shot after explosion at Brussels train station

    BRUSSELS (AP) — Soldiers shot a suspect in the heart of Brussels after a small explosion at a busy train station Tuesday night continued a week of extremist attacks in the capitals of Europe.

  • Hong Kong’s mini apartments boom as property prices soar

    HONG KONG (AP) — With its marble-clad lobby, sweeping balcony views and sleek, modern decor, Donny Chan’s apartment building would seem the kind of upscale tower most young Hong Kong professionals aspire to live in.