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A proposal to rename an Ohio state park for former President Donald Trump is not supported by Ohio's Department of Natural Resources as the agency defended the park's current name, Mosquito Creek Lake.
Police were alerted of possible human remains during the filming of an episode for the television show "Ghost Adventures."
Exploding Whale Memorial Park in Oregon commemorates a gory 1970 attempt to remove a whale carcass and is now open to the public.
A coalition of parks advocates predict that a cut to NYC public parks will result in increased NYPD enforcement and a disproportionate impact on outer borough parks in lower-income neighborhoods.
Many of California's retail venues and recreational facilities including, restaurants, parks and beaches, are open with restrictions.
Cuomo announced Sunday that the majority of deaths as a result of coronavirus are among people over age 70. He noted the state is testing an exponentially higher number of people than anywhere else -- so there will be far more cases.
The long-awaited Nickelodeon-themed amusement park will open its doors this Friday.
Gov. Kate Brown's husband Dan Little cleaned the bathrooms at Mt. Hood National Forest Sno-Park after finding it a mess amid the shutdown.
Gilad Erdan said Palestinians who use kites to set fire to Israeli fields should be assassinated by the Israeli military.
Al Green has compared his call for a vote on his Trump articles of impeachment to early actions in the Civil Rights movement.
"Dark money" groups have been using the NAACP v. Alabama case in arguments designed to keep their donors hidden from view.
Rumors had spread among University of Missouri students after someone made threatening comments on the app Yik Yak.
The Lowline, a proposed underground park on the Lower East Side, wants to take you lower.
Bloomberg expanded and enhanced New York's public spaces. Can his successor keep up the pace -- and include all New Yorkers?