Florida teens who damaged restaurant water line over mask policy return and apologize, offer payment
Tequila bar attempts to reclassify business as a religion in hopes of remaining open during the pandemic
How to Pretend You’re in Tokyo
That Tokyo trip will have to wait for the millions of people who canceled flights and hotel bookings. But there are ways to bring you closer to this sometimes impenetrable, always fascinating, city.
South Korea passes law to allow BTS to postpone military service
South Korea's parliament on Tuesday passed a bill to allow globally recognised K-pop artists such as BTS to postpone their mandatory military service to age 30.
Air France-KLM Is Ready To Ensure The Transportation Of Covid-19 Vaccines
As the process of covid-19 vaccines seems to accelerate, the question about the transportation is becoming crucial as it needs an extreme savoir faire. Again, for Air France-KLM, a real logistic challenge is ahead.
Meet The Young Entrepreneurs Churning Out Custom Manicures And Turning Nail Art Into A National Business
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Celebrates ‘Revelations’ At Free, Virtual Gala Also Featuring Sterling K. Brown, Phylicia Ra
‘Let’s bring joy into the house as early as possible’ – why Britain is already celebrating Christmas
At the end of a truly difficult year, Christmas lights, trees and decorations are springing up, and even the shuttered shops haven’t slowed the present buying. What’s behind this race to begin the festive season? A couple of weeks ago, Christmas was unleashed on the home of Wayne Smith and his family. The tub of chocolates has been opened, Home Alone has been watched and the first Tia Maria and...
It just got harder for U.S. to punish airlines for ‘unfair and deceptive practices’
The U.S. Department of Transportation has adopted a new policy that consumer groups say will make it harder for the agency to punish airlines that deceive travelers or treat them unfairly.