(WASHINGTON) -- U.S. Park Police did not clear Lafayette Park and the nearby area of protesters on June 1, 2020, so President Donald Trump could walk from the White House over to St. John’s Church, but learned of his interest in surveying the site... Read More.
As the band Baja Man would say, “Who let the dogs out?” On Saturday, June 5 Marysville Parks, Culture & Recreation is hosting the first ever “Poochella in the park” festival. No, I promise it is... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Amy Cooper, the white woman who called 911 over an encounter with a Black man while walking her dog in Central Park last year, has sued her former employer for alleged racial and gender discrimination. The complaint was filed in New York... Read More.
In January 2020, Aerosmith announced plans to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a special concert at Boston's Fenway Park in September of that year, but the show was pushed back a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Well, the Beantown bad boys have revealed... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Justice Department on Thursday announced the seizure of 68 protected big cats from Jeffrey and Lauren Lowe's Tiger King Park in Oklahoma, related to what the government described as their ongoing violations of the Endangered Species Act. In a statement, the department... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- After almost a year of being closed to the public, Lafayette Square, the park north of the White House, quietly reopened to the public on Monday. The park had been closed since the summer, following the forceful removal of peaceful protesters by law... Read More.
(NEW YORK) — After nearly 15 months since Daniel Humm closed the dining room at Eleven Madison Park due to the pandemic, the chef and owner of the Make It Nice restaurant group announced that it will officially reopen June 10 with an evolved... Read More.
(LONDON) -- Jihyun Park had something of a political awakening at the start of the pandemic last year. Moved by stories of care homes struggling with PPE, and the elderly isolated from their loved ones in her town of Bury, England, she organized in... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- As the nation reexamines its long and troubled relationship with race, the National Park Service has opened 16 new locations on the National Underground Railroad Network to preserve the history and stories of Black Americans who escaped from slavery, but often are... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A suspected poacher was killed by a herd of breeding elephants that he encountered while fleeing from park rangers, according to South African officials. Three people attempted to run away after they were spotted by rangers at the Kruger National Park, one of... Read More.
By Rosa Sanchez and Morgan Winsor, ABC News(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) -- One person was killed and five others, including a 4-year-old child, were injured in a shooting at a park in Alabama's largest city on Sunday evening as families gathered for... Read More.