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'State of Terror': Israelis Near Airport Lack Iron Dome Protection
As it defends incoming planes from rocket danger, Israel leaves some areas unprotected.
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On the Road Again: RV Sales Picking Up Speed
After bottoming out in the spring of 2009, RV sales have improved along with the economy.
Night at the Museum: Adults-Only Sleepovers Offered
The American Museum of Natural History is expanding its popular program all-night program.
FAA Restricts Flights Over Iraq Amid Missile Fear
Jets must fly higher than 30,000 feet over Iraq, according to new rules issued as fighting rages in the country.
Baggage Chaos: London Airport Suffers Shortage of Handlers
London’s Gatwick Airport is promising free home delivery of checked baggage in hopes of avoiding a re-run of last weekend.
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Ebola Warning: CDC Warns Against Travel to West Africa
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention upgraded its travel advisory for West Africa Thursday because of the raging Ebola outbreak.
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CDC Issues Highest-Level Travel Warning as Ebola Spreads
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As the Ebola outbreak surges out of control in West Africa, Emory University Hospital is now preparing to receive a patient with the deadly virus.
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No Keys? Hilton App Will Allow Digital Check-In
You already choose your seat before you fly, so why not your hotel room before you check in?
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Summer Gas Price Hikes Take a Holiday
If you've been holding off on a road trip vacation because of the high cost of gasoline, this may be a good time to load up the minivan.
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