One lawyer represents more than 300 people who say they were falsely accused by Hertz. What a wild mess.
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Your canceled-flight emergency kit
If you’re not prepared to face cancellations or delays on your next trip to the airport, you may not have heard the news: Air travel has been a challenge lately, to put it lightly. Storms, airline meltdowns and system outages have upped the chances you may not get to your final destination on time …
Inspired by my recent trip to Peru, an exploration of Peruvian dishes and recipes at home!Storyboard
Exploring Peruvian Cuisine At HomeCurated byAnela Malik
I recently went to Peru for the adventure of a lifetime, a four-day trek on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu! While I was there, I explored Peruvian cuisine as much as possible. I found the food to be a delight, with plentiful multicultural influences and vibrant flavors. Now that I'm home, what better way to remember my journey than to continue exploring Peruvian cuisine at home!
In face-off with London Heathrow, Emirates airline says it won't cut capacity
DUBAI/LONDON, July 14 (Reuters) - Emirates airline said on Thursday it had rejected demands by London's Heathrow Airport to cut capacity despite being threatened with legal action, and intended to continue operating its six daily flights to Britain's busiest airport. Heathrow this week asked …
State parks want to attract more visitors of color
As Americans plan their summer vacations, states around the country are struggling with a persistent challenge: how to attract more Black residents and other visitors of color to their parks. The racial gap in park visitation is long-standing. Officials estimate that about 3 in 4 visitors to …