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Watching Notre Dame burn, the entire world was in pain

The spire tumbling down in a blaze, the flames shooting out behind the familiar façade of Notre Dame Cathedral in the heart of Paris, made our throats close in anguish. French President Emmanuel Macron said his thoughts were with "all Catholics and all French people," but in fact, it felt like the entire world was in pain watching the 800-year-old building turn into a blazing inferno, on its way to becoming ashes and stones.

World leaders are starting to go around Trump

With Vice President Mike Pence receiving a hero's welcome in Jerusalem from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu but a cold shoulder from Arab leaders from Palestine to Jordan, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas heads to Brussels to meet Europe's foreign ministers. It's a clear end run around Trump's flailing efforts to broker peace in that corner of the Middle East.

Ringling circus shed in Baraboo gets renovation

Project complete after nearly a decade

Contractors have completed a more than $1 million renovation of a unique circus building which once housed train cars in Baraboo before the "greatest show on Earth" was taken across the country.

Brewers OF Aoki to sit out World Baseball Classic

OF says he need time to prepare for 2013 Brewers season

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Norichika Aoki has decided not to participate in next year's World Baseball Classic, becoming the latest Japanese major leaguer to opt out of the tournament.

Brewers OF Aoki to sit out World Baseball Classic

OF says he need time to prepare for 2013 Brewers season

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Norichika Aoki has decided not to participate in next year's World Baseball Classic, becoming the latest Japanese major leaguer to opt out of the tournament.

EAA AirVenture salutes veterans on Friday

Group will re-create attack on Pearl Harbor

About 80 World War II veterans are leaving from the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual convention in Oshkosh as for an Honor Flight.

EAA AirVenture salutes veterans on Friday

Group will re-create attack on Pearl Harbor

About 80 World War II veterans are leaving from the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual convention in Oshkosh as for an Honor Flight.