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Delta Air Lines tightens the rules for service and support animals

Flying with a pet that does not perform a special service usually costs more than $ 100, and the animal should generally be kept under the seat on a transporter or put in a kennel and registered. On average, Delta flights carry more than 500 support animals and nearly 200 service animals each day. Airlines are not required to accommodate …

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Affordable housing hovers over search at Amazon HQ2 headquarters

While Miami leaders and 19 other cities celebrate their inclusion on Amazon's short list for a second location, some advocates of affordable housing have a warning: be careful what you want. Amazon is a force behind the tight Seattle housing market, where the online giant's headquarters employs about 40,000 people and dominates the downtown office market. Amazon occupies as much …

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What is Ripple?

By Shawn Gordon What is Ripple? Technically speaking, is Ripple a cryptocurrency in the Bitcoin mold? The short answer is probably "no", but that does not prevent it from being often grouped in the same category. What is Ripple? Originally released in 2012 as subsequent iteration of Ripplepay, Ripple is a real-time gross settlement system (RTGS), currency exchange and remittance …

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Some see the FDA's plan as saving tobacco

An unprecedented anti-smoking plan designed by the Food and Drug Administration is seen by some as paving the way for an unexpected effect: opening the door for companies to sell a new generation of alternative tobacco products, allowing the industry Survive – even thrive – for generations to come. The plan puts the FDA at the center of a long-standing …

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The man makes a mistake with the bank drive-thru for Taco Bell, gets DUI after ordering the burrito: the police

SPRING HILL, Fla. – An allegedly intoxicated driver in Florida looking for a snack to eat ended up with a DUI after mistaking a drive-thru from Taco Bell, according to WFTS. The Hernando County Sheriff's Office got a call on Wednesday afternoon from a Bank of America manager who reports that an intoxicated man passed out behind the wheel, which …

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The stowaway in series sneaks into the plane O & # 39; Hare, flies to London: police

A woman famous for sneaking into commercial aircraft was arrested once again, this time after crossing a federal checkpoint at O ​​& # 39; Hare International Airport and boarding a plane that took her to London, said the authorities. Marilyn 66-year-old Hartman is believed to have passed through the security of the airport without a boarding pass or passport, was …

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The serial stowaway Marilyn Hartman flies to London, sent back and arrested

CHICAGO – A woman with a history of sneaking aboard aircraft passed security at O ​​& # 39; Hare International Airport in Chicago this week and flew to London when the airline realized it had no ticket . Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi says that Marilyn Hartman 66, was moved back to Chicago on Thursday night and detained once she …

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General Electric and Pandora's Box – General Electric Company (NYSE: GE)

That was then … I have written 3 articles about General Electric (GE). The first was a June 2017 article that asked if GE was in a position to succeed. If I had known what I know now, I would have said: "Possibly, but it will be a difficult hill to climb". My October 2017 article, "Clarity on the GE …

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The man makes a mistake when entering the bank in a Taco Bell car, he got intoxicated after ordering a burrito: Sheriff

SPRING HILL, Fla. – An allegedly intoxicated driver in Florida looking for a snack to eat ended up with a DUI after mistaking a drive-thru from Taco Bell, according to WFTS. The Hernando County Sheriff's Office got a call on Wednesday afternoon from a Bank of America manager who reports that an intoxicated man passed out behind the wheel, which …

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The man makes a mistake with the bank drive-thru for Taco Bell, gets DUI after ordering the burrito: the police

SPRING HILL, Fla. – An allegedly intoxicated driver in Florida looking for a snack to eat ended up with a DUI after mistaking a drive-thru from Taco Bell, according to WFTS. The Hernando County Sheriff's Office got a call on Wednesday afternoon from a Bank of America manager who reports that an intoxicated man passed out behind the wheel, which …

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