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Liquor Law Restaurants
This Wednesday, March 29, 2017, photo, Current Fish & Oyster Restaurant bartender Wren Kennedy looks on from behind the Zion Curtain at the bar, in Salt Lake City. At Current Fish & Oyster Restaurant, a frosted glass wall covering a long, glossy bar will come down at the stroke of midnight on July 1, according to Joel LaSalle, one of the restaurant's owners. "Not only is it ugly and covers up a beautiful bar, but it's costing us thousands of dollars in sales each month," Some Utah restaurants are counting down the days until a new liquor law takes effect this summer, allowing eateries to take stop using walls and partitions that prevent customers from seeing their alcoholic drink being mixed and poured. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
California Coast Development
FILE - This Aug. 18, 2016, file photo shows Banning Ranch, including what remains of an oil-extraction operation, on what is believed to be the biggest piece of privately-owned vacant land on Southern California's coast in Newport Beach, Calif. California's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday, March 30, 2017, that an upscale coastal city failed to adequately consider the environmental impacts of a plan to build homes on a large swath of land overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The court found that the city of Newport Beach should have considered environmentally sensitive habitat areas when drafting a review of a hotly-contested proposal to develop the 401-acre parcel known as Banning Ranch. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File)
AP All-Time Top 100-Never No. 1s Basketball
FILE - In this combination of three file photos shows, from left, Maryland head coach Gary Williams cannot believe his ears as the referee calls a foul on one of his Maryland players during ACC basketball action on Jan. 29, 1997 in Tallahassee, Fla., Williams swings the net after his Terps beat Indiana 64-52 in the NCAA final on April 1, 2002 in Atlanta, and Williams, right, yells at his team in the first half against Boston College during a quarterfinal Atlantic Coast Conference basketball tournament game on March 10, 2006, in Greensboro, N.C. (AP Photo/Files)
Mexico US Border Daily Life
Tourists kayak through Santa Elena Canyon on the Rio Grande river, along a cliff face that is Mexico, left, at Big Bend National Park in Texas, Monday, March 27, 2017. Here the Rio Grande slides between two sheer cliff faces, one in Mexico and one in the United States, that tower 1,500 feet above the water. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
Flash Drought
This photo taken March 23, 2017, shows sustained 43 mile per hour winds with 58 mile per hour gusts picked up dust obscuring both the Organ Mountains and A Mountain from view at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces, N.M. Not unlike a flash mob gathering in a public place to briefly capture the attention of unsuspecting passers-by, the ingredients in this case — warm temperatures and a lack of rain — came together quickly in New Mexico. It’s called a flash drought. (Josh Bachman /The Las Cruces Sun-News via AP)
Immigration Ban Grad Students
FILE - In this April 6, 2016, file photo, Iranian students prepare their robots during the international robotics competition, RoboCup Iran Open 2016, in Tehran, Iran. Universities in the U.S. say President Donald Trump's revised travel ban would block hundreds of graduate students who play key roles in research. Twenty-five of America's largest universities told The Associated Press they've sent acceptance letters to more than 500 students from the six banned countries for next fall, mostly from Iran, who are known for their strength in engineering and sciences. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
Thailand Corruption
FILE - In this June 1, 2005, file photo, Juthamas Siriwan, the former governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, in Bangkok, Thailand. Juthamas Siriwan has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for accepting $1.8 million in bribes from two Hollywood producers to let them organize the Bangkok International Film Festival a decade ago. (AP Photo/Apichart Weerawong, File)