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  • Letters: Trip to Antarctica? Phenomenal

    I was excited to read Eddy Hartenstein's article on Antarctica to see whether the writer shared our views ["South of Everything," Feb. 15]. When I retired, my wife and I decided to visit both poles. In 2010, we traveled to Antarctica on the National...
  • A love song came to life that night in London

    A love song came to life that night in London
    Time is running out to get me your story of dating woe in time for my annual Looove Connection Valentine's Day column, which will run Sunday. So far, I've heard about a date who was a disgusting slob, one who was a jerk about politics and a particularly...
  • How British Airways will affect you

    How British Airways will affect you
    Within the last three weeks, British Airways has made two moves that will have a big impact on you U.S. travelers -- even if you don't ever visit Britain. New Frequent Flyer Program. BA is following the lead of Delta and United in revising its...
  • Wolf-pack terrorists put Western way of life at risk

    Heathrow Airport, London, 1979. Bleary-eyed from our all-night flight from Miami, my wife and I ushered our three young sons onto the London underground. The Piccadilly Line was poised for the dash into central London. My journal description of this...
  • Foreign report: New U.S. warnings issued for Americans worldwide

    Two days after the attacks in France, the U.S. State Department updated its worldwide caution, replacing the one issued in October. Because of U.S. strikes against Islamic State, the State Department says "there is an increased likelihood of reprisal...
  • Seniors on the Go: Cutting foreign travel hassles in 2015

    Seniors on the Go: Cutting foreign travel hassles in 2015
    International travelers this year can expect to see some reductions in the usual red tape and general hassles. Some important gains are already in place, and others are coming. Preclearance. U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced last year that...
  • Scottish nurse with Ebola now in critical condition, doctors say

    The Scottish nurse being treated for Ebola in a London hospital is now in a critical condition, doctors said Saturday. A brief statement issued by the Royal Free Hospital said it was "sorry to announce that the condition of Pauline Cafferkey has...
  • Questions raised about Ebola screening procedures at British airports

    Questions raised about Ebola screening procedures at British airports
    Questions were being raised about Ebola screening measures at British airports after a Scottish nurse who was later diagnosed with the disease was allowed to board a flight from London to Glasgow. Pauline Cafferkey, who is being treated for the deadly...
  • Scotland's first confirmed Ebola patient being treated in Glasgow

    Scotland's first confirmed Ebola patient being treated in Glasgow
    A healthcare worker who just returned from helping to fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa has been confirmed as Scotland’s first case of the disease, officials said Monday. The patient, a woman not identified by name, is being treated at the...
  • British Christmas TV episodes are getting U.S. airings

    British Christmas TV episodes are getting U.S. airings
    Mince pies, Christmas crackers, all those "Keep Calm and Jingle On" T-shirts — and now television. This year, Americans can celebrate a very British Christmas without leaving their homes, much less braving Heathrow at the holidays. In the U.S.,...
  • Did CIA torture yield key information? Report says no; defenders disagree

    Did CIA torture yield key information? Report says no; defenders disagree
    Did torture make America safer? The conclusion of a Senate committee that investigated CIA interrogation of terrorism suspects is that it did not — that intelligence gained under duress stopped no imminent plots. But that is hotly disputed by...