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By Michelle Watson and Mallika Kallingal, CNN (CNN) — Rangers at Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park are seeking information on two people who are accused of harassing a bison calf last weekend, the National Park Service says. The two people “were seen approaching and touching a bison calf at the southern end of Elk Ranch
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In his initial plan for the city of Washington, Pierre L’Enfant envisioned a secular church, equidistant from the White House and the Capitol, that would enshrine the nation’s civic ideals. That church was never built. Instead, we ended up with the National Cathedral, a private Episcopal institution that often hosts state funerals but isn’t connected […] The post Do We Need a Secular National Church? first appeared on Washingtonian.