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In this April 9, 2018 photo, Andy Wartman paints texture on one of the mountains in the Museum of the American Railroad at Frisco Discovery Center in Frisco, Texas. A grand opening in June is planned for the Museum of the American Railroad's new exhibit, aptly named TrainTopia. (Nathan Hunsinger/The Dallas Morning News via AP)

Museum of American Railroad in Texas preps for TrainTopia

- Associated Press

Andy Wartman dabs maroon paint followed by a mix of pink and gray on the seams that connect the mini rock formations of New Mexico. A bit of dark green foliage goes into the crevices.

'Come Sunday' Tulsa minister discusses beliefs at screening

- Associated Press

On April 8, the man who was one of Tulsa's most high-profile ministers before he became one of its most controversial, told audiences watching a movie about his evangelical fall from grace that he continues a search for answers.

Live music venue in Iowa changes ownership

- Associated Press

Some people start businesses to get rich. Some inherit them. And some start them because they've got an undying passion for their product.

In this April 19, 2018, photo, workers remove the veil from the Infiniti electric concept sedan at a showroom ahead of the Auto China 2018 to be held in Beijing, China. Auto China 2018, the biggest global auto show of the year, showcases China's ambitions to become a leader in electric cars and the industry's multibillion-dollar scramble to roll out models that appeal to price-conscious but demanding Chinese drivers. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

China auto show highlights industry's electric ambitions

- Associated Press

The biggest global auto show of the year showcases China's ambitions to become a leader in electric cars and the industry's multibillion-dollar scramble to roll out models that appeal to price-conscious but demanding Chinese drivers.

Missouri lawmaker accused of calling into racist radio show

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Fellow Democrats are calling for a Missouri lawmaker to resign after they say he repeatedly called into a St. Louis-area radio program in which the host is known for making racist and other offensive remarks.

FILE - This undated photo shows boxer Jack Johnson.  President Donald Trump says he's considering "a Full Pardon!" for boxing's first black heavyweight champion more than 100 years after Jack Johnson was convicted by all-white jury of "immorality" for one of his relationships. Trump tweets that the actor Sylvester Stallone called him to share Johnson's story. Trump says Johnson's "trials and tribulations were great, his life complex and controversial."  The president adds: "Others have looked at this over the years, most thought it would be done, but yes, I am considering a Full Pardon!"  (AP Photo/File

Trump considering pardon for late boxer Jack Johnson

- Associated Press

President Donald Trump says he's considering a posthumous pardon for boxing's first black heavyweight champion more than 100 years after the late Jack Johnson was convicted by all-white jury of accompanying a white woman across state lines.