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How to live, work and travel around the world from a suitcase

A remote work lifestyle opens up opportunities to visit all the places on your bucket list. But how do you prepare, and what do you pack? Here's a guide.

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Where can you travel abroad and is a vaccine card enough proof? Answers to some of your questions

All those vague promises about reopening 'in time for summer' might have you scratching your head. It is summer. Here's what to know about booking travel and vaccine passports.

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Spend the night in a candy factory, jailhouse or newspaper building: 9 converted hotels with past lives

Staying at a converted hotel with a back story and preserved historical details makes for a unique travel experience. Here are some pretty unusual ones.

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American Airlines trims some flights to relieve potential strain on operations

American Airlines Group Inc., which rapidly increased flying to meet a surge in travel demand, is trimming some flights to alleviate potential strains on its operations.

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‘I’m 73 and fed up with California and want a gun-friendly, affordable city with good weather — so where should I retire?’

Some hidden gems to consider in Georgia, New Mexico and Arkansas.

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The new cruise ship rulebook: What to know about booking a trip, getting on board, and other changes

Some people who enjoy cruising remain leery, but many others are eager to set sail. Here are some tips from the experts on what to expect.

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Why Uber and Lyft prices are going up — and how you can get around for less

It could be months until there are enough drivers to significantly lower prices.

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Is it time for Americans to drop their infatuation with the PCR test? That’s what this COVID-19 testing expert thinks

Dr. Michael Mina is an assistant professor of epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

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Is that hotel clean? Here are three (dirty) red flags to watch for

Some sure signs that your hotel may not be as safe or clean as it should be.

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7 rules for being a good houseguest this summer

After more than a year of social distancing, we are finally dusting off the guest rooms. But just as important as being a “hostess with the mostess” is guest etiquette.

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The lure of the open road — and the open-air hotel corridor

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated a newfound enthusiasm for motels.

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U.K. unemployment rate drops again, as British stocks open at highest level since February 2020

The U.K. unemployment rate fell to 4.7% in the February to April period, government data showed, marking the fourth straight month of declines after the key labor measure was measured at 4.8% between January and March.

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Shell climbs on stake sale talk, while travel stocks are pressured by delay to reopening speculation

Royal Dutch Shell was pulling up the benchmark FTSE 100 on Monday, after a report said the energy producer might sell its largest U.S. oil field.

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United, Alaska Air among airlines snapping up unsold Boeing 737 Max inventory as vaccines fuel rebound in air travel

A faster-than-expected recovery in domestic air travel is helping Boeing Co. find new homes for unclaimed 737 Max jets whose buyers walked away or collapsed during the pandemic.

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Two vaccinated Royal Caribbean cruise passengers test positive for COVID-19

The entire ship was vaccinated prior to setting sail --- the two positive tests were breakthrough infections of COVID-19.