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Nasty Hidden Travel Fees That Must Die
From fuel surcharges to resort fees to port charges, the travel industry's laundry list of ancillary costs grows. Here are some of the fees you should watch out for, along with advice on avoiding the nickel-and-diming when possible.
Escape the Deep Freeze: 7 Destinations Where It's 70 Degrees or Higher Right Now
Visiting, photographing, reviewing, and rating each hotel
Spring is supposedly on the way, but with temperatures across the U.S. still below freezing and snow continuing to fall, we can't help but ask ourselves if we've entered the next Ice Age.
The Meaning of the Word Shelter
Jana Lee Frazier
Former zookeeper, wildlife biologist and rehabilitator
For us, the holiday evolved from and revolved around the Christmas tree. But the trip, the many trips, to find the right tree were for my mother only an excuse to shamelessly, obscenely revel in the pure pleasure of nature.
Night Before Christmas Past
Sr. Correspondent, Inside Edition
Vidler's five and dime survived the mall, just as it had survived wars, recession, births, deaths and more recently, the threat from internet shopping.
Universal Health Care: Socialism or Civilization?
Head of the Calhoun School in Manhattan
The stalemate seems irreconcilable. Neither party wins, but 58,000 eligible New Hampshire residents lose, because someone has to pay and in this case it's they who will pay as a result of inaction.
The definitive guide to the world's wondrous and curious places
when these town become completely submerged these towers are often the only part of the city that remain visible, flooded reminders that all humanities great achievements will one day vanish.
Suzanne Manafort: Bringing Mindful Yoga Therapy to Veterans
Executive Director, Give Back Yoga Foundation; President Ex-Of...
My definition of yoga is more about the way I live my life now than what I do on my mat. I try to live my life as my practice.
Zero Prosecutions of Elite Banksters Is Too Many Prosecutions for the
Wall Street Journal
William K. Black
Prof; Econ & Law, UMKC. Financial regulator. White-collar crim...
Unintentional self-parody was the result to a coordinated effort by the systemically dangerous institutions' (SDIs) press flacks to gin up outrage that the Department of Justice would have the audacity to sue the SDIs' for their manifold violations of the law.
What The Military Can Teach About Social Entrepreneurship
As a first generation American, Marine, and social entrepreneur, I've been fortunate to experience a breadth of life. Entrepreneurship to me is the very backbone of what America's land of opportunity allows hard working and committed Americans.
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