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13 January 2022

CDC advises against traveling on cruises amid Omicron surge

US health authorities have warned people not to travel on cruise ships, even if they have been vaccinated against Covid-19. This is in light of the […]
12 January 2022

Volvo’s self-driving ‘Ride Pilot’ system to be tested in California

The Swedish automaker Volvo Cars reported that in February it will introduce the Ride Pilot unsupervised autonomous driving function. California will be the first location where […]
10 January 2022

US national parks give away 5 days of free admission in 2022

If you’re planning to visit the stunning US national parks in 2022, watch out for the 5 days of free admission that the National Park Service […]
5 January 2022

Climate change satire Don’t Look Up granted a spot on the mainstream narrative

Staring No. 1 film on Netflix for several days in a row, the climate change satire Don’t Look Up has granted a spot on the mainstream […]
4 January 2022

Tower in Denver to have a landscaped rift built into the facade

The Chinese studio MAD Architects has unveiled the design of a residential tower in Colorado with a canyon cutting its shape, which is meant to showcase […]
4 January 2022

U.S. airlines cancel over 2,600 flights

The global aviation sector is still suffering from the contagious Omicron variant, with nearly 4,600 flights cancellations globally. Airlines have canceled more than 5,300 U.S. flights […]
3 January 2022

Woman quarantined in bathroom for 3 hours after testing positive on flight to Reykjavik

An American woman chose to isolate herself in the bathroom of an airplane after testing positive for Covid-19 mid-flight from Chicago to Iceland. Marisa Fotieo said […]
3 January 2022

New York lays out $20 billion plan to adapt to climate change

New York plans to protect itself behind a gigantic anti-flood wall to try to avoid the effects of disasters seen in the past ten years. To […]
30 December 2021

Bill Gates reveals his 5 favorite books of 2021

The final days of the year is often a period when people choose take time off to see friends and family. In 2021, however, the Omicron […]
30 December 2021

U.S. Travel & Tourism saw labor shortfall of almost 700,000 workers in 2021

A new analysis of staff shortages by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), which represents the global private Travel & Tourism sector, reveals the sector […]
29 December 2021

A woman arrested after slapping an elderly man over a face mask dispute on Delta flight

On December 23rd, a woman aboard a Delta Air Lines flight was detained in Atlanta for slapping a man across the face following a dispute over […]
28 December 2021

3 hotels in the U.S. for a magical New Year’s Eve

With top festive décor, amazing locations, and fine food, these hotels are the perfect places to spend New Year’s Eve with the entire family! 1. Viceroy […]
27 December 2021

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope marks a milestone in space exploration

After three decades in the making, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope was successfully launched on Christmas Day, lifting off atop an Ariane 5 rocket from Europe’s […]
23 December 2021

American passports are about to get more expensive

As of December 27th, the cost of applying for a US passport for the first time or renewing it will increase, according to the federal government. […]
22 December 2021

Large influx of U.S. travelers expected over the holiday season

More than 109 million Americans, an almost 34% increase from 2020, will travel 50 miles (80 km) or more as they hit the road, board airplanes […]
21 December 2021

What’s the world’s largest Christmas store?

If you’re already sick of Christmas shopping, then Bronner’s isn’t probably the place for you. Named the world’s largest Christmas store, this huge complex is located […]
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