Month: October 2019

(CNN) — An American passport opens doors. According to the Henley Passport Index that tracks passport rankings, Americans’ visa-free access to 184 countries makes a US passport the sixth most powerful passport in the world. That freedom and flexibility is what some call “passport privilege,” and it might help explain the record numbers of United
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Halloween is a celebration of all things spooky, and in the United States, it’s surrounded by a few odd traditions like trick-or-treating and pumpkin carving. Here are a few interesting facts about how some of today’s practices got started as well as other fun tidbits about the unique holiday. 1. “Jack o’lantern” comes from the
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Granted, there are plenty of logistical challenges that come with serving hundreds of people at 37,000 feet. But some airlines undoubtedly pull it off better than others, as demonstrated by these passengers who shared crime scene evidence of their worst plane meal abominations. As part of Which?‘s annual survey, which involved quizzing more than 2,000
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(CNN) — Despite being little more than a century old, aviation has inspired some pretty impressive museums. From the Wright Brothers to supersonic travel, there are no shortage of opportunities for aviation enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the epic wonder of flight and its fascinating history. Yet only a relatively small part of these museums
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Tokyo (CNN) — Authorities in Japan are searching for a man who appeared to fall in the middle of a live-streamed ascent of Mount Fuji on Monday. Aiko Kishibata, a press officer with Shizuoka prefectural police, told CNN that authorities were alerted to the incident after receiving calls from people watching the live stream of
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