SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP HAS ISSUED AN URGENT WARNING TO NORTH KOREA NOT TO MOVE AHEAD WITH ITS BALLISTIC MISSILE TESTING. HE IS TWEETING: "MILITARY SOLUTIONS ARE NOW FULLY IN PLACE, LOCKED AND LOADED, SHOULD NORTH KOREA ACT UNWISELY. HOPEFULLY KIM JONG UN WILL FIND ANOTHER PATH!"

WASHINGTON (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP IS SUGGESTING THAT SENATE MAJORITY LEADER MITCH MCCONNELL MIGHT HAVE TO THINK ABOUT STEPPING ASIDE IF HE DOESN'T DELIVER ON THE PRESIDENT'S AGENDA OF HEALTH CARE, TAXES AND INFRASTRUCTURE. THE PRESIDENT CALLED MCCONNELL'S FAILURE TO REPEAL "OBAMACARE" A "DISGRACE" AS HE ESCALATED A STUNNING FEUD AGAINST HIS TOP SENATE PARTNER. WHILE THE FIGHTING WORDS MIGHT ELATE TRUMP'S CORE SUPPORTERS, THEY CAN ONLY HURT THE GOP'S CHANCES OF GETTING THINGS DONE ON CAPITOL HILL.

WASHINGTON (AP) - A NEW POLL SHOWS THAT PEOPLE WANT PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP AND CONGRESSIONAL REPUBLICANS TO TRY MAKING THE OBAMA HEALTH CARE LAW MORE EFFECTIVE. AND THEY WANT THEM TO STOP TRYING TO SCUTTLE IT. THAT'S THE MESSAGE FROM A NATIONAL POLL RELEASED BY THE NONPARTISAN KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION. THE SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED AFTER LAST MONTH'S SENATE DERAILMENT OF THE GOP DRIVE TO ERASE MUCH OF PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA'S HEALTH CARE LAW.

RED OAK, IOWA (AP) - CONSERVATIVES IN REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMAN DAVID YOUNG'S DISTRICT ARE ANGRY WITH THE GOP'S FAILURE TO REPEAL AND REPLACE "OBAMACARE." INDEPENDENTS DON'T LIKE THE PARTISAN APPROACH. AND NOW DEMOCRATS ARE MAKING AN ISSUE OF YOUNG'S VOTE FOR A HEALTH CARE BILL THAT PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP HAS CALLED "MEAN."

LAS VEGAS (AP) - MORE THAN A THIRD OF U.S. STATES HAVE CREATED SCHOOL VOUCHER PROGRAMS THAT BYPASS THORNY CONSTITUTIONAL AND POLITICAL ISSUES BY TURNING THEM OVER TO NONPROFITS THAT RELY PRIMARILY ON BUSINESSES TO FUND THEM. BUT THE PROGRAMS ARE RAISING QUESTIONS ABOUT TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY AT A TIME WHEN SUPPORTERS ARE URGING THAT THEY BE EXPANDED INTO A FEDERAL PROGRAM.
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BEFORE YOU LOOK TO THE SKIES TO VIEW THE SOLAR ECLIPSE ON MONDAY, AUGUST 21, TURN YOUR GAZE TOWARD THE SKIES ABOVE THE AIRPORT WEST OF CASPER.

YOU WILL SEE A LOT OF AIRPLANES.

CASPER-NATRONA COUNTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MANAGER GLENN JANUSKA SAID THIS IS AN UNRIVALED, IF NOT UNNERVING, AIR TRAFFIC EVENT NEVER SEEN BEFORE HERE.
AS OF THURSDAY, 191 AIRCRAFT -- CARRYING ABOUT 800 PEOPLE -- ARE EXPECTED TO BE AT THE AIRPORT ON AUGUST 21, WITH 163 OF THEM ARRIVING THAT DAY.

THAT NUMBER IS EXPECTED TO RISE.

ABOUT HALF OF THEM ARE JETS, AND THE OTHER HALF ARE SINGLE- OR TWIN-ENGINE PROP AIRCRAFT.

THE PRIVATE COMPANY ATLANTIC AVIATION IS HANDLING THE DETAILS, INCLUDING HAVING PLANES REGISTER TO LAND ON A RESERVATION BASIS.

STARTING PROBABLY AT 5 A.M., PLANES WILL ARRIVE A RATE OF ONE ABOUT EVERY TWO MINUTES FOR ALL OF THEM TO BE HERE UNTIL A HALF-HOUR BEFORE TOTALITY BEGINS.

THE AIRPORT WILL BE SHUT DOWN FOR THE NEXT HOUR AFTER THAT.

PLANES WILL LAND, PARK, AND THEIR PILOTS AND PASSENGERS WILL BE SHUTTLED TO THE ATLANTIC AVIATION OFFICE WHERE THERE WILL BE A VIEWING AREA.

FOR PRIVACY REASONS, ATLANTIC AVIATION DOES NOT IDENTIFY THOSE WHO ARE FLYING HERE.

LIKEWISE, JANUSKA CAN'T DISCUSS WHAT THE AIRPORT IS DOING FOR SECURITY.

NEARLY ALL THE PLANES WILL LEAVE SOON AFTER THE ECLIPSE ENDS.
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CHEYENNE, WYO. (AP) - SOMETIME WITHIN THE NEXT FOUR TO SIX YEARS, YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK IS EXPECTED TO REACH ITS CAPACITY FOR BEING ABLE TO HANDLE ALL THE VEHICLES THAT TOURISTS DRIVE THROUGH THE PARK EVERY YEAR TO SEE ITS SIGHTS.

THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE SAYS POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS THAT WILL BE DISCUSSED INCLUDE INSTITUTING A RESERVATION SYSTEM OR PASSENGER SHUTTLES TO CONTROL THE NUMBER OF VISITORS DURING PEAK TIMES FOR THE BUSIEST ATTRACTIONS IN THE PARK.

THE AGENCY ON THURSDAY RELEASED STUDIES LOOKING AT TRAFFIC AND PARKING IN THE NATION'S FIRST NATIONAL PARK AND VISITOR DEMOGRAPHICS AND EXPECTATIONS.

THE REPORT RECOMMENDS ADDITIONAL STUDY OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF YEARS, AND THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE PLEDGES TO LISTEN TO ALL CONCERNS TO HELP SHAPE ANY ACTIONS.

OVER 4 MILLION PEOPLE VISITED YELLOWSTONE IN 2016