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Airlines No Longer Have To Treat Emotional Support Animals As Service Animals

WASHINGTON, Dec 2 (Reuters) – Only trained dogs qualify as service animals on U.S. airlines, as regulators rejected requests to…

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The best webcams to see the world, from the Caribbean to Edinburgh Zoo

Horizons may have shrunk once again, with non-essential trips banned and flights cancelled for the next few weeks — but…

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The Undiscovered Restaurants of Atlanta’s Foodie Scene

Our Atlanta editor Michelle Khouri and videographer Zack Daniel recently went behind the scenes with some of the city’s top…

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Hawaii Is Offering Free Round-Trip Flights To Remote Workers

Since the coronavirus hit the U.S., roughly 40% of U.S. employees now work from home. If you’re one of them,…

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Recipes to whet your appetite for travel, from Italian Tagliatelle al Ragu to Moroccan lamb tagine

Over the years, the likes of Keith Floyd, Nigel Slater, Nigella Lawson and Rick Stein have never been far from…

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Gratitude Speaks: Crafting the Future of Food with Matthew Kenney

Eating out used to mean that you traded in quality for convenience. We’ve all been there: hangry after a long…

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Americans Are Wasting An Incredible Amount Of Vacation Days

A new study revealed that while hardworking Americans are earning more vacation days, they’re not spending them. The study by…

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