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What’s it like to cruise Australia and New Zealand?

Cruises combining the “bucket list” destinations of Australia and New Zealand allow you easily to explore world-class cities, see spectacular scenery, learn about indigenous culture, spot exotic birds and watch kangaroos hopping off into the wilderness. The high season for Down … Continue reading

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6 ways your passport can get you denied entry to a foreign country

Photo: J Aaron Farr via Flickr When an American woman was denied boarding on her honeymoon last week because of a bent passport, she learned the hard way that if you want to get on an international flight, it’s not enough just to make sure … Continue reading

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All Nippon’s ‘Star Wars’ Dreamliner flies paying passengers for first time

Last SlideNext Slide After months of anticipation, Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) is now flying paying passengers on a Star Wars-themed Boeing 787-9 “Dreamliner.” The Dreamliner – painted in the likeness of Star Wars droid R2-D2 – touched down in … Continue reading

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Grab your skis! Vt. resort is first to open in N. America

Last SlideNext Slide A view from the top of Killington Peak on Oct. 18, 2015, at Killington Resort in Vermont.(Photo: Chandler Burgess, Killington Resort) KILLINGTON, Vt. — Skiers in a rush to get back on the mountain are in luck this … Continue reading

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The one skill you need in today’s jobs market…

American companies are rewarding people who have one special quality. Jobs like computer research scientists are in higher demand than the average rate of job growth, government figures show, but that’s also because they are among the math- and computer-centric … Continue reading

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Tata Steel to Cut 1200 Jobs in UK

LONDON—Tata Steel Ltd. on Tuesday blamed imports for its decision to cut 1,200 jobs in the U.K., echoing a sentiment that has become the cry of steelmakers around the world. Shipments from Asia “threaten the future of the entire European … Continue reading

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25 jobs with the best work-life balance

Technology and engineering companies have long had an image problem when it comes to work-life balance: Thought to have hard-driving, intense cultures with all-night hackathons, the jobs have become synonymous with always-on work. And while that may be true in … Continue reading

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Lie-flat seats coming to Hawaiian Airlines

Last SlideNext Slide HONOLULU — It will soon be easier to sleep, chill out and chat with your travel partner on many Hawaiian Airlines flights. The airline announced Monday it is redesigning its premium cabins, adding 180-degree lie-flat seats to its … Continue reading

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Which airline is the cheapest?

It’s a pain, but since no airline is always cheapest or always the most expensive, you must compare airfares every time you shop.(Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto) If you knew which airline was cheapest, saving money would be a breeze. But it’s … Continue reading

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Celestial-inspired meals bring the universe to the table

Guided starlight excursions are an enchanting way to marvel at the Milky Way and galaxies beyond, and evening al fresco meals are often made more magical when accompanied by the glistening night sky. Featuring premier stargazing experiences, restaurants in prime … Continue reading

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