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The United States Mint Honors National Park Week

Join us on the America the Beautiful Quarters Road Trip this year at Homestead National Monument of America, the first stop on our spring adventure. This year marks the sixth year of the program and features five new quarters honoring Homestead National Monument of America, Nebraska; Kisatchie National Forest, Louisiana; Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina; […]

Volcano under Yellowstone way bigger than we thought

Researchers have discovered a second and larger magma reservoir under Yellowstone National Park, but say the risk of a large eruption is the same. Video provided by Newsy        

Nats Journal: Tanner Roark adjusting to late-inning duties

MIAMI — When Tanner Roark morphed from starter to reliever this season, he did not change the music that greets him when he takes the Nationals Park mound. The driving opening measures of Ted Nugent’s “Stranglehold” are as fitting aShow More Summary

Slide Show: The Changing Everglades

In 1938, Daniel B. Beard, a ranger charged with conducting a “wildlife reconnaissance” of the future Florida Everglades National Park, attempted to describe the character of the land: The southern Florida wilderness scenery is a study in halftones, not bright, broad strokes of a full brush as is the case of most of our other national parks. Show More Summary

Australia Shark Attack: Surfer Remains In Critical Condition

An Australian surfer has been listed in critical condition after experiencing a shark attack Saturday which resulted in severe injuries to his legs. The 26-year-old man was surfing in Port Lincoln national park, roughly 350 meters from the shore at Fishery Bay, when the shark struck, according to the Guardian. Show More Summary

Fodor's Week in Travel: Take It Outside

What better way to celebrate National Parks Week and Earth Day than stepping into the great outdoors? Whether you want to absorb magnificent canyon views or explore a desert on horseback, our weekly roundup has a ton of fresh-air fun,...Show More Summary

Magma Reservoir The Size of 11 Grand Canyons Discovered Under Yellowstone

Scientists have discovered a magma reservoir under the Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming so large that it could fill all five of the US Great Lakes - and then some.

Insulted Native American Actors Abandon Filming For Adam Sandler’s New Movie

Image via Grand Canyon National Park Around a dozen Native American actors walked off the set of Adam Sandler’s The Ridiculous Six, taking issue with the film’s culturally insensitive and offensive script. "They were being disrespectful," said one of the actors, 74-year-old David Hill, to ICTMN. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Max Scherzer’s thumb still swollen; Ryan Zimmerman’s foot still hurting; Casey Janssen’s shoulder still progressing

MIAMI — A day after getting jammed on a chilly afternoon at Nationals Park, Nationals starter Max Scherzer’s right thumb is still swollen, Manager Matt Williams said. Williams said the team is “treating him aggressively,” and that he expects Scherzer to make his next start. Scherzer said after Thursday’s game that he expects the same thing.Read full article >>

All-clear sounded at Statue of Liberty after bomb scare

yesterdayNews : The Newsroom

By Laila Kearney and Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Statue of Liberty was declared safe on Friday after a bomb scare forced the evacuation of thousands of tourists from the New York Harbor landmark, the National Parks Service said. Show More Summary

Bomb Threat Causes Evacuation of Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

A late-morning call to the National Park Service warned of a package in a locker, and SWAT teams and bomb-sniffing dogs replaced tourists and other visitors at the site.

Obama’s Piecemeal Climate Policy Is Gradually Paying Off

While Obama’s Earth Day speech in the Everglades turned out to be a big nothingburger—except if you’re the parent of a fourth-grader who’ll now receive a free annual National Park pass—there are renewed signs this week that his nickel-and-dime...Show More Summary

The volcano under Yellowstone is way bigger than we thought

Researchers have discovered a second and larger magma reservoir under Yellowstone National Park, but say the risk of a large eruption is the same. Video provided by Newsy        

Adventure 101: Climbing in the Colorado Rockies

Rocky Mountain National Park is an ideal alpine playground, complete with sheer rock walls, steep couloirs, and craggy peaks—everything a budding climber needs to cut his or her teeth.

Statue of Liberty Evacuated Due to Security Concerns

The Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island were evacuated due to an unspecified security concern, Fox News reported Friday citing the US National Parks Service.

Statue Of Liberty Evacuated After Suspicious Package Claim: Reports

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island have been evacuated following reports of a suspicious package. A senior law enforcement official and the National Park Service told CNN that the initial evacuation was prompted when someone made...Show More Summary

Breaking: Statue Of Liberty & Liberty Island Are Being Evacuated

Liberty Island and the Statue Of Liberty are currently being evacuated following unconfirmed reports of a 'suspicious package.' A National Parks Service spokesperson confirmed that they were doing security sweeps and that there is an evacuation happening, but could not immediately say why. You can see video of that below. [ more › ]

Statue of Liberty, NYC's Liberty Island evacuated: NBC

2 days agoNews : The Newsroom

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island in New York Harbor were evacuated as a precaution on Friday due to safety concerns, a NBC television affiliate reported, citing the National Parks Service. It was not clear why the evacuation was ordered. Park officials could not be reached immediately for comment. (Reporting By Frank McGurty)

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