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Thursday, May 10, 2018
World's worst passports; Inside FedEx's China hub
World's worst passports: 25 countries with the least travel access
Passports function as a key to the outside world, but passports from certain countries significantly limit how many places their holders can access.
Photo tour: Santa Cruz draws surfers, thrill seekers and Silicon Valley
This classic Northern California community is the major beach area for Silicon Valley and a big draw for West Coast surfers.
Taste one of the world's rarest shrimp on the Gulf Coast
In Gulfport, Miss., Beach Blvd Steamer serves rare Royal Red Shrimp regularly. Sample the specialty for National Shrimp Day.
Priceline celebrates 20 years with deals and discounts
Priceline, the online discount travel booking site, is turning 20 with deals and discounts.
Report: United looking to replace Boeing 767 widebody jets
Carrier is in talks with both Boeing and Airbus for a purchase to help it replace the roughly 50 Boeing 767s currently in its fleet, Reuters reports.
'Mini-Memphis': Inside FedEx's bustling hub in China
FedEx's China hub is a beehive of activity, a mini-Memphis humming with bustling people that echoes its busiest operation in Tennessee.
Carnival Cruise Line reveals plans for Cuba sailings from Charleston, S.C.
Cruise giant Carnival on Thursday announced plans for the first cruises to Cuba from Charleston, S.C. The line also revealed new Cuba cruises from Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Tampa.
Newly revamped Carnival Cruise Line ship to make Tampa home
A newly revamped Carnival ship, the 2,124-passenger Carnival Legend, will move to Tampa in 2019 to offer sailings to the Western Caribbean and Panama Canal.
10 things to see at the Met’s 'Heavenly Bodies' exhibit, and what to know before you go
Opening on May 10, and running through Oct. 8, the exhibit is shaping up to be one of the Met's most popular. Here are a few key details that can help maximize an upcoming visit.
10 of the coolest-looking beer cans you'll ever see
Beauty is in the eye of the beer-holder.
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Gina Haspel testifies in front of the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence during her confirmation hearing March 13, 2018 in Washington. President Trump nominated Haspel to be CIA Director, replacing Mike Pompeo, the current Secretary of Sta
Army's new weapon: 'Enemy can't see we're targeting him until we pull the trigger'
CDC: 28 more sickened from E. coli in romaine lettuce, total up to 149 in 29 states
Iran lawmakers shout 'death to America,' burn U.S. flag after Trump nixes nuclear deal
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