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A rescuer inspects a part of Lion Air plane flight JT 610 retrieved from the waters where it's believed to have crashed at Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018. Relatives have provided samples for DNA tests to help identify victims of the Lion Air plane crash as accounts emerged Tuesday of problems on the jet's previous flight including rapid descents that terrified passengers. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakara)

Possible seabed position of crashed Lion Air jet located

- Associated Press

A massive search effort has identified the possible seabed location of the crashed Lion Air jet, Indonesia’s military chief said Wednesday, as experts carried out the grim task of identifying dozens of body parts recovered from a 15-nautical mile-wide search area, and chilling video of passengers boarding the fatal flight emerged.

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2 more crossings open through Cyprus' ethnic divide

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A few hundred Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots walked through a newly opened crossing point in the southeastern village of Dherynia in what peace activists are hailing as further breaking down barriers on ethnically divided Cyprus.

A firefighting DC-10 makes a fire retardant drop over a wildfire in the mountains near Malibu Canyon Road in Malibu, Calif. on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018. Strong Santa Ana winds have returned to Southern California, fanning a huge wildfire that has scorched a string of communities west of Los Angeles. A one-day lull in the dry, northeasterly winds ended Sunday morning and authorities warn that the gusts will continue through Tuesday. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

Some Southern California fire evacuations lifted

- Associated Press

Some of the thousands of people who fled Southern California's huge wildfire were being allowed to return home, and traffic was flowing Monday on the major highway through the area after a closure of several days.

Honeymooners sue over Hawaii hotel workers strike

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A North Carolina couple booked a luxury Hawaii hotel for more than $2,000 but wasn't warned about that workers were on strike before they arrived for their honeymoon, they say in a class-action lawsuit.

This 2015 photo provided by Oregon State University shows a stretch of Blacktail Deer Creek in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. In the first study of its kind, research by Oregon State University scientists shows that the return of large terrestrial carnivores can lead to improved stream structure and function. (Oregon State University via AP)

Study: Carnivores' return helps Yellowstone park streams

- Associated Press

The return of wolves and cougars to Yellowstone National Park is helping restore a landscape that had been altered in their absence and allowing streams to return to a more natural state, according to a new study.

Parking free in the state park system on Veterans Day

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Parking will be free at all Massachusetts state parks on Veterans Day and visitors are being encouraged to check out various sites within the park system that pay homage to veterans and the military.

New York City's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree goes up

- Associated Press

The Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is in place and will soon be strung with 50,000 lights as one of New York City's star holiday attractions, a gift from a same-sex married couple.

In this Nov. 9, 2018, photo, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant, left, prays with Donna Bagwell, in Jackson, Miss., whose son was killed in 2005 in Iraq while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps, and Maj. Gen. Janson "Durr" Boyles, adjutant general of the Mississippi National Guard. They took part in a wreath-laying ceremony to honor military veterans outside the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. (AP Photo/Emily Wagster Pettus)

Service at Mississippi history museums honors US veterans

- Associated Press

The mother of a U.S. Marine killed in Iraq has helped Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant and the adjutant general of the Mississippi National Guard lay a red, white and blue wreath to honor military veterans.

Colorado millennials booking it to their public libraries

- Associated Press

When 23-year-old Curt Baker had two buddies visiting from Arkansas over to his new Denver digs last week, he knew there was one spot everyone had to check out: the Denver Central Library.