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  • Is Southwest Airlines Coming to Hawaii?

    Southwest Airlines fans have waited for years for their favorite airline to start flying to Hawaii. They will have to keep waiting for a while.

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  • Injured Anderson a doubt for Pakistan Test series

    England's all-time leading wicket taker James Anderson is a doubt for the upcoming Test series with Pakistan, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced on Saturday. The 33-year-old -- who has 454 Test wickets to his name -- has a shoulder blade injury which he suffered in the third and final…

  • Disney World's New Ride Has an Old Problem

    Frozen Ever After has broken down in each of its four days of operation. Disney's Epcot has a problem.

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  • 9 Facts About Republicans' Plan To Ditch Obamacare

    Republicans in Washington have released their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act and it involves some significant changes to key programs, including Medicaid and Medicare.

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  • The science of getting your kids to eat more vegetables

    Parenting in the information age can be maddening. Data and opinions are everywhere, but helpful advice often feels in short supply. In our Mom and Scientist series, Quartz journalists Jenny Anderson, a mother of two, and Akshat Rathi, a scientist, tackle challenging topics by balancing complex…

  • Brazilian music legend Gilberto Gil released from hospital

    Celebrated Brazilian musician Gilberto Gil was released from a Sao Paulo hospital where he was treated over the past week for kidney problems. Gil, 73, on his Instagram account posted a photo showing the rear of a car with the words "homeward bound" superimposed on the image, as he ended his stay…

  • Haiti launches new AIDS testing, information campaign

    Port-au-Prince (AFP) - Haiti's Ministry of Health and the United Nations launched a new anti-HIV/AIDS campaign, providing information and rapid testing to help thwart the spread of the epidemic. "If a person does not protect him or herself, it's because of a lack of information," Valerie Toureau,…

  • World doping watchdog shuts down Rio Olympic laboratory

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Just weeks before the Olympic Games open in Rio de Janeiro, the city's accredited anti-doping laboratory has been stopped from conducting tests.

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  • US swimmers 'not confident' of clean Rio Olympics

    The doping scandal engulfing Russian athletics and suggestions it could also taint the country's swimmers were on the minds of US swimmers as they prepared Friday for the start of their Olympic trials. Two-time Olympic medallist Elizabeth Beisel said she was "definitely not" confident of a level…

  • How the Brexit Affects Travel and Tourism

    Peak travel season is set to begin, and those looking to travel to Britain and countries in the European Union must now consider new financial effects on their travel plans due to the Brexit decision.

  • Are Big Changes Coming To Medicare?

    A plan to replace Obamacare from House Republicans includes significant changes to Medicare.

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  • Men less likely to use a condom if woman is attractive, says study

    Technically Incorrect: Research out of Britain suggests that the more attractive a woman is, the less inclined straight men are to use protection during sex with her.

  • What air travel between the UK and Europe looked like pre-Brexit

    The UK today is the most popular air transit point in the European Union for EU travelers. About 138 million air passengers flew between the UK and EU in 2015 according to Eurostat. (Its relatively popularity as an airline destination is linked partly to the fact that it’s an island with limited…

  • Doping - WADA suspends Rio doping lab weeks before Games

    - The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said it has suspended the accreditation of its Brazilian doping control laboratory in Rio de Janeiro, just six weeks before the city hosts the Olympics. The move prohibits the Rio lab from carrying out all anti-doping analyses on urine and blood samples. The…

  • WADA suspends Rio doping lab weeks before Olympic Games

    The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said Friday it has suspended the accreditation of its Brazilian doping control laboratory in Rio de Janeiro, just six weeks before the city hosts the Olympics. The move prohibits the Rio lab from carrying out all anti-doping analyses on urine and blood samples. …

  • Brexit hits US airline, travel stocks

    Worries that the Brexit vote could curtail travel in Britain and Europe sent airline and travel stocks tumbling on Wall Street Friday. The vote to pull Britain out of the 28-member European Union raised questions about how the existing free travel regime between the two might change, and affect…

  • How Brexit will have an immediate impact on US travelers

    The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union sent shockwaves through the world on Thursday night. As the summer travel season ramps up, the timing of Brexit could have a huge impact on US travelers planning to visit Europe. Deciding whether you want to visit the UK boils down to…

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  • Brexit 1, Disney World 0

    The plunging pound will make it that much harder to prop up the U.K. tourism market at Disney World's theme parks.

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  • Box - Injured Fury postpones Klitschko rematch

    - Tyson Fury on Friday postponed his world heavyweight rematch with Wladimir Klitschko after failing to recover from an ankle injury. The British boxer was due to face Klitschko in Manchester on July 9 with the WBA, WBO and IBO belts, that he won from the Ukrainian last November, on the line. …

  • Brexit is terrible news for travelers

    The British pound’s plunge is good news for international travelers thinking about a trip to the UK in the near future but terrible news for British holidaymakers. And the impact over time is almost certainly negative for everyone. For years, sun-deprived Brits have used their relatively strong…