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Amadeus has announced that it received Level 3 New Distribution Capability certification as an IT provider from the International Air Transport Association. Level 3 is the highest stage of NDC certification. Airlines using Amadeus’ new Altéa NDC solution developed earlier this year and now IATA certified,…

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A former astronaut who flew five space shuttle missions is charged with murder after a car wreck that killed two girls in Alabama

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Recovery efforts are underway in Yellowstone National Park after a visitor wandered off a designated walkway and fell into a hot spring Tuesday, park officials have confirmed. "All we know is that there is a person in the hot springs," Charissa Reid, a Yellowstone spokeswoman, told The Huffington Post…

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Social Security claims changes could imperil retirement for entrepreneurs

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I finally got the green flash. I'm near Bora Bora, on a private "motu" -- an untrammeled island that gracefully peppers the Pacific -- staring at the ocean's horizon and a low, candy orange sun. A Florida native, I've spent countless sunsets on the beach anxiously awaiting the sun's brilliant curtsy.…

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Bucolic farmhouses, grazing highland cattle, bright blue skies and green, rolling hills as far as the eye could see greeted us as we (well, my husband) maneuvered our rental car outside the bustling city limits of Edinburgh, Scotland. After three weeks of living on a Semester at Sea ship, and exploring…

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Men managed by women often don't perform as well as when managed by other men.

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Jetstar is celebrating seven years of domestic operations by offering passengers a free return leg ticket for flights to a range of domestic and trans-Tasman destinations. The sale started this morning for travel periods between...

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If there's one thing you need to do when you're in England, it's sit down for a proper tea. There's nothing quite like taking a break from the day, sipping on delectable drinks, and munching on some petit fours. Unfortunately, many of us can't get over to London just like that, but that doesn't mean…

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I'm going to let you in on an insider secret. Brand building is actually a misnomer.

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Brie and Murphy at the Sofitel Luxembourg Le Grand Ducal When I found out that I'd been offered a job in Luxembourg my first feelings were total excitement. Woo Hoo! OMG! I'm moving to Europe! This is the most amazing thing ever! But about 10 minutes after the initial excitement and shock wore off,…

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Canada's Pacific Rim National Park is one of the world's most extraordinary national parks. Yellowstone was the world's first national park. As the US National Park Service turns 100 years old this year, people from around the country (and globe) are flocking to these iconic reserves. US National Parks…

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Americans have a twisted relationship with vacation days. We love to plan for time off (especially while we're at work), but we don't actually put our vacation days to use. In 2014, 42 percent of Americans took zero vacation days, according to travel website Skift. In fact, Project: Time Off…

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Leveraging our social media can provide us with an immense advantage and open a world of possibilities we never thought possible.

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Photo: welcomenepal I had an extra-ordinary opportunity to travel across the western Nepal on a bus-trip along the dangerous roads which are made between very high mountains. Trisuli and Kaligandaki rivers flow just besides these very curvy roads. Rafters across scary waves of Trisuli are often seen…

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The Oakland Zoo has welcomed two litters of baby warthogs and will soon put the seven piglets on display

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Hamlet thought he was asking the question when he spoke his famed words, "to be or not to be." No offense to Hamlet or William Shakespeare or Christopher Marlowe (if you choose to read one too many a conspiracy theory), but I wholeheartedly disagree. Why? The question that has consistently racked my…

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