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Summer Holiday Traffic Pushes Air Travel Volumes To New Pandemic Highs

9 hours ago   |   Forbes

The Fourth of July holiday brought record traffic to the nation's airports last weekend as travelers cautiously return to the skies.
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Europe Travel: 18 Gorgeous, European Hidden Gems To Visit When Travel Bans Lift, According To European Best Destinations

9 hours ago   |   Forbes

Secret destinations to escape from restrictions, cities, crowds and stress, enjoy these havens of freedom, nature and wide-open spaces.
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Despite Coronavirus, Young Adults Upbeat About World Travel

11 hours ago   |   Forbes

A new survey of young hostel-goers from around the world found that 64% have already started planning their next trip.
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Socially distanced attractions and activities for a road trip across the Pacific Northwest that are actually worth the stop

Socially distanced attractions and activities for a road trip across the Pacific Northwest that are actually worth the stop

12 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   2 articles

Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images The coronavirus pandemic has made it unsafe to travel internationally and travel experts previously told Business...
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Travel To Israel Has Plunged, But A New U.S. Route Provides Hope

12 hours ago   |   Forbes

United Airlines says it will begin Chicago-Tel Aviv service in September. “United is announcing this new flight during the time of Covid because they understand the resilience...
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We tabulated Jeffrey Epstein's notorious little black book, making its entries searchable for the first time

13 hours ago   |   Business Insider

One-click checkout startup Fast raised $20 million from investors including Index Ventures and fintech Stripe in May. On Tuesday Fast's cofounder and CEO Domm Holland, and Jan...
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Caribbean countries are selling citizenship for as low as $100,000 - here's how the ultra-wealthy are cashing in to avoid pandemic travel restrictions

Caribbean countries are selling citizenship for as low as $100,000 - here's how the ultra-wealthy are cashing in to avoid pandemic travel restrictions

14 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   2 articles

Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty Images Secondary passports are in high demand as the coronavirus pandemic causes travel restrictions around the world. In the Caribbean...
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US Covid-19 Travel Bans, How Americans Europeans Skip Them In Serbia

15 hours ago   |   Forbes   |   2 articles

During months-long Europe travel bans on America and the Trump ban on EU arrivals, determined travelers have found ways of both getting into Europe-and flying into the US...
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All Aboard The ‘Land Yachts' As RV Bookings Spike 1000%

18 hours ago   |   Forbes

RVs are becoming the go to choice for all budgets, where the real luxury being sought is isolation from other people-rental bookings have risen as much as 1000%. At the...
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Daily Dose of Europe: Europe's Quirky Taste Treats

Daily Dose of Europe: Europe's Quirky Taste Treats

1 day ago   |   Rick Steves

Even though we're not visiting Europe right now, I believe a daily dose of travel dreaming can be good medicine. This week I published a collection of my favorite stories from...
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US Surgeon General Jerome Adams says the US can turn coronavirus around in...

US Surgeon General Jerome Adams says the US can turn coronavirus around in '2 or 3 weeks if everyone does their part'

Win McNamee/Getty Images Surgeon General Jerome Adams said Sunday that the US could turn around novel coronavirus infections in two to three weeks if "everyone does their... Read more ...

21 million Americans don't have access to safe drinking water. That can put...

21 million Americans don't have access to safe drinking water. That can put them at higher risk of getting COVID-19

Rebecca Cook/Reuters 21 million people in the US don't have access to safe drinking water. For them, the coronavirus pandemic forces a difficult choice: wash hands but risk... Read more ...

Caribbean countries are selling citizenship for as low as $100,000 - here's...

Caribbean countries are selling citizenship for as low as $100,000 - here's how the ultra-wealthy are cashing in to avoid pandemic travel restrictions

Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty Images Secondary passports are in high demand as the coronavirus pandemic causes travel restrictions around the world. In the Caribbean... Read more ...

Japan is 'shocked' and furious at the US after a major coronavirus outbreak...

Japan is 'shocked' and furious at the US after a major coronavirus outbreak at 2 Marine bases in Okinawa - and says the US is not taking the virus seriously

Kyodo News via Getty Images Japanese authorities say they are "shocked" after a significant coronavirus outbreak at two US Marine bases in the country. 61 Marines have been... Read more ...

The UK's $39 billion tax gap has left a 'financial black hole' for its...

The UK's $39 billion tax gap has left a 'financial black hole' for its already-battered economy

SOPA Images/Getty The UK's tax gap, which shows the balance between the amount of tax expected and actually paid, fell to a five-year low of $39 billion in the year 2018-19... Read more ...

Trump just wore a mask in public for the first time since the coronavirus...

Trump just wore a mask in public for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began

Associated Press/Patrick Semansky President Donald Trump wore a mask in public for the first time on Saturday during a trip to the Walter Reed National Military Medical... Read more ...

U.S. warns citizens of heightened detention risks in China

U.S. warns citizens of heightened detention risks in China

The U.S. State Department warned American citizens on Saturday to “exercise increased caution” in China due to heightened risk of arbitrary law enforcement including detention... Read more ...

Health needs not hard cash should determine who gets the coronavirus vaccine...

Health needs not hard cash should determine who gets the coronavirus vaccine first, says Bill Gates

Nicolas Liponne/NurPhoto via Getty Billionaire Microsoft found Bill Gates spoke at a COVID-19 virtual conference on Saturday. Gates called for the equitable disbursement of... Read more ...

Black and brown people make up two-thirds of US coronavirus deaths below age...

Black and brown people make up two-thirds of US coronavirus deaths below age 65, a new study found

Blake Nissen/The Boston Globe/Getty Images Black and Hispanic people represent nearly two-thirds of US coronavirus deaths among people under 65, a new CDC report found. The... Read more ...

US Navy sailors are being treated for injuries after ship catches fire at...

US Navy sailors are being treated for injuries after ship catches fire at San Diego Naval Base

Screenshot via KXTV Several US Navy sailors are injured after a fire broke out aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard docked in Naval Base San Diego, California, on Sunday... Read more ...