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Donations keep Death Valley National Park partly open during shutdown


California’s Death Valley National Park, famed for its record-breaking heat, is keeping its visitor center and some restrooms open during the partial U.S. government shutdown with donations from a non-profit group and two hotels, a spokeswoman said on Thursday. (Reuters Politics) More More

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