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Only one Indian city made the New York Times’ 2018 travel list

From Bolivia to Bhutan, the New York Times’ “52 Places to Go” list for 2018 is unsurprisingly filled with wanderlust-inducing destinations. This year, though, there’s only one Indian city on the list: Chandigarh.<p>Described as a “green city and a mecca for architecture lovers,” the capital of the …

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Florida man selflessly gives last generator in store to crying woman as Hurricane Irma approaches

Amid the panic buying as Hurricane Irma bears down on Florida, it was an act of selflessness that stood out.<p>For days Floridians have been emptying stores of plywood, bottled water, gas canisters and electricity generators in anticipation of the category 5 storm.<p>One Florida resident, Pam Brekke, had …

Nations rush to help islands devastated by Hurricane Irma

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — French, British and Dutch military authorities rushed aid to a devastated string of Caribbean islands Thursday after …

Mar-a-Lago has a health inspection problem: President Trump’s “Southern White House” has racked up 13 violations

<b>Donald Trump; Mar-A-Lago (Getty/Gary Gershoff/Shutterstock)</b><p>Even as President Trump uses the White House to promote Mar-a-Lago, a health inspector isn’t so sure it’s clean<p>Matthew Rozsa<p>April 13, 2017 8:53pm (UTC)<p>President Donald Trump may be using his office to draw attention to Mar-a-Lago, in what …

Digital comics startup Madefire launches its first virtual reality app

When digital comics startup Madefire announced its latest funding round a few days ago, co-founder and CEO Ben Wolstenholme said the company was getting ready to move into virtual and augmented reality. He lived up to that promise in very short order, launching a preview app for Samsung’s …

Ireland: FIFA paid millions to avoid legal action over World Cup playoff

<b>(CNN) —</b> The head of Ireland's Football Association says FIFA gave it a confidential payout to avoid legal action after Ireland's controversial loss to France in a 2009 World Cup playoff.<p>Speaking on RTÉ Radio, Football Association of Ireland chief executive John Delaney said the payment related to a …