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The Associated Press asked Pauline Frommer of Frommers.com and the Frommer travel guidebook series for advice.
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The election didn’t go the way Prophets of Rage had hoped, but thereafter, band member B Real says, the work has continued. The Prophets, who are releasing a new self-titled album
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As South Florida recovers from Hurricane Irma, providers of Internet and cable television services were walloped by angry customers demanding to know when their services will be
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The Equifax data breach, a lawsuit over opioids and limits on lawsuit damages raise questions about the right to sue.
Canadians are earning more: 2016 census
Canadians earned more in 2015 than they did in the previous 10 years, and fewer young children are living in low-income households, according to 2016 census data released by
Trudeau's Bahamas vacation cost over $215K — far more than initially disclosed
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's controversial Bahamas vacation cost Canadian taxpayers over $215,000 — 70 per cent higher than the amount initially disclosed to Parliament, CBC
Outraged New Hampshire town holds rally for biracial boy nearly hanged by teenagers
More than 100 people, holding hands and singing gathered at a park to offer support to the family of an 8-year-old biracial boy who was nearly hanged by a group of teenagers.
Suicide of Illinois teen who made sex video shows dilemma for schools
Staff at a suburban Chicago high school called 16-year-old Corey Walgren to the dean’s office to ask about a video he made of himself having sex with a classmate. A few hours
Daycare worker says Saskatoon boy who died after wandering into pond had autism
The five-year-old boy who died Monday after wandering from his Saskatoon school yard into a pond needed specialized supervision due to his autism and lack of English-language
Lubbock confirms its first West Nile virus case of 2017
On Tuesday, the city of Lubbock issued a health advisory warning that the first case of West Nile Virus was confirmed for 2017.
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