SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (AP) - NORTH KOREA HAS ANNOUNCED A DETAILED PLAN TO LAUNCH A SALVO OF MISSILES TOWARD THE U.S. PACIFIC TERRITORY OF GUAM, A MAJOR MILITARY HUB AND HOME TO U.S. BOMBERS. IF CARRIED OUT, IT WOULD BE THE NORTH'S MOST PROVOCATIVE MISSILE LAUNCH TO DATE. JAPAN AND SOUTH KOREA QUICKLY VOWED A STRONG REACTION IF THE NORTH GOES THROUGH WITH THE PLAN. THE NORTH SAYS THE PLAN COULD BE SENT TO LEADER KIM JONG UN FOR APPROVAL WITHIN A WEEK OR SO.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A NONPARTISAN STUDY FINDS THAT THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION'S OWN ACTIONS ARE TRIGGERING DOUBLE-DIGIT PREMIUM INCREASES FOR NEXT YEAR ON INDIVIDUAL HEALTH INSURANCE POLICIES PURCHASED BY MANY CONSUMERS. THE ANALYSIS FROM THE KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION FOUND THAT MIXED SIGNALS FROM PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP HAVE CREATED UNCERTAINTY THAT'S LEADING INSURERS TO SEEK HIGHER INCREASES THAN THEY WOULD HAVE OTHERWISE. PREMIUMS ARE GOING UP 10 PERCENT OR MORE IN 15 OF 21 MAJOR METROPOLITAN AREAS STUDIED.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - AN EMERGING DEBATE ABOUT WHETHER ELECTED OFFICIALS VIOLATE PEOPLE'S FREE SPEECH RIGHTS BY BLOCKING THEM ON SOCIAL MEDIA IS SPREADING ACROSS THE U.S. AS GROUPS SUE OR WARN POLITICIANS TO STOP THE PRACTICE. THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION THIS WEEK SUED MAINE GOV. PAUL LEPAGE AND SENT WARNING LETTERS TO UTAH'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION. IT FOLLOWED RECENT LAWSUITS AGAINST THE GOVERNORS OF MARYLAND AND KENTUCKY.

SANAA, YEMEN (AP) - YEMEN IS SEEING THE LARGEST OUTBREAK OF CHOLERA EVER RECORDED IN ANY COUNTRY IN A SINGLE YEAR. THE COUNTRY'S RAGING TWO-YEAR CONFLICT HAS TURNED IT INTO AN INCUBATOR FOR THE DISEASE. THE INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE OF THE RED CROSS SAYS THAT ONE IN EVERY 120 YEMENIS IS NOW SUSPECTED OF BEING SICK WITH CHOLERA.

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THE INTERNATIONAL PUBLICITY ABOUT THE TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN LEADS TO A LOT OF PEOPLE LOOKING WHERE TO VIEW IT, AND THEY'RE LOOKING AT CASPER FIRST.

EMILY FISHER OF THE TRAVEL SEARCH SITE CHEAPFLIGHTS.COM SAYS CASPER SPIKED AT 1,064 PERCENT, YOU HEARD THAT RIGHT, 1,064 PERCENT FOR THE WEEKEND BEFORE THE ECLIPSE ABOVE THE AVERAGE OF FLIGHT SEARCHES DURING THE PAST SIX WEEKENDS.

THE COMPANY SAID CASPER IS AN IDEAL ECLIPSE DESTINATION BECAUSE OF THE HIGH PROBABILITY OF CLEAR SKIES THAT DAY AND THE CITY'S 5,000-FOOT-PLUS ALTITUDE.

CHEAPFLIGHTS ADDED CASPER, BESIDES THE ECLIPSE, ALSO IS A FUN PLACE TO HANG AROUND WITH ITS MOUNTAIN, RIVER, ART AND MUSIC SCENES.

CHEYENNE ALSO MADE THE TOP FIVE AT NO. 4 WITH A 183 PERCENT INCREASE IN FLIGHT SEARCHES.

THE OTHERS ARE REDMOND, OREGON, COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, AND BOISE, IDAHO.
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GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK RANGERS HAVE RESCUED TWO MEN WHO GOT LOST AND BECAME STRANDED WHILE DESCENDING MOUNT MORAN IN NORTHWEST WYOMING.
THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE SAYS 58-YEAR-OLD RON SLOOT OF COLFAX, WASHINGTON AND 35-YEAR-OLD GEOFF MITCHELL OF SPARTANBURG, SOUTH CAROLINA CALLED FOR HELP ABOUT 2 A.M. TUESDAY.

THE TWO HAD SUMMITED THE 12,605-FOOT MOUNT MORAN ABOUT 4:30 P.M. MONDAY BUT TOOK A WRONG TURN ON THEIR WAY DOWN.

A HELICOPTER HAD TO BE USED TO GET THE MEN DOWN SAFELY ABOUT 3:30 P.M. TUESDAY.

IN ANOTHER INCIDENT, RANGERS ON MONDAY ALSO HELPED ANOTHER MAN WHO HAD SLIPPED AND FELL ON A SNOW FIELD IN GARNET CANYON.

THE MAN SUSTAINED MINOR INJURIES.