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  • Competition from Middle Eastern carriers may mean lower fares to Europe, Middle East

    Competition from Middle Eastern carriers may mean lower fares to Europe, Middle East
    An ongoing airline feud continued to boil last week over whether three Middle East-based airlines have accepted billions of dollars in subsidies from their oil-rich governments to unfairly compete against U.S. carriers. Emirates Airlines released a...
  • World heritage status for The Alamo, Japan industrial sites

    The United States has succeeded in its bid to "Remember the Alamo," after the U.N. cultural body approved its status as a world heritage site Sunday. The Alamo was one of five Spanish Roman Catholic sites, known as the San Antonio Missions, to receive...
  • FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he won't risk traveling during probe

    FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he won't risk traveling during probe
    FIFA President Sepp Blatter, who is at the center of an ongoing FBI criminal investigation, said the risk of being arrested has prevented him from traveling outside Switzerland. "Not because the Americans have anything concrete against me, but because...
  • Letters: Kudos for less-traveled destinations, cemetery finds, more

    Thank you so much for your "A Fab Five" [June 28] articles on desirable destinations that are not yet overrun. I had the privilege of growing up in a missionary family in the 1950s who managed to take me on exciting travels when cruise lines carried...
  • Rodeo royalty: In high school rodeo, Callaway girl is queen

    When most rising high school seniors start considering colleges, they look for schools that have great athletic training programs or study opportunities. For Jane Revercomb of Franklin County, the dream school must have a rodeo team. Revercomb, 18, was...
  • Race to replace ex-Rep. Schock a classic GOP primary contest

    The race to replace former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock has shaped up as a classic Republican primary, pitting the son of a longtime Illinois congressman and Cabinet member against a conservative writer who has railed at what he sees as the "establishment"...
  • Short Tacks: Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association honors 5

    Short Tacks: Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association honors 5
    ICSA HONORS: The Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) recently honored five individuals for their contributions to the sport of college sailing by inducting them into the Hall of Fame. Jack Swikart (Rumson, N.J.) was recognized with the James...
  • Gallery: Art is an expression of freedom

    Gallery: Art is an expression of freedom
    "Art is the daughter of freedom." - Friedrich Schiller I look forward to this weekend every year. As it approaches, the first thing that comes to mind is a visual of spectacular fireworks – a work of performance art using colorful light as paint...
  • NY Assembly requiring proof for Albany travel expenses

    The leader of New York's Assembly has further revised the travel reimbursement policy for his chamber's 150 members with new restrictions when the Legislature isn't in session. Speaker Carl Heastie last month issued guidance for members to record being...
  • English portrait gallery latest stop in Compton Cricket Club's unlikely journey

    English portrait gallery latest stop in Compton Cricket Club's unlikely journey
    The first time someone invited Sergio Pinales to play cricket, he assumed the game involved a race. "Like you put a bunch of crickets on the floor," he said. "And you see which one goes the fastest." Then a Compton high school student, Pinales, like...
  • Lehigh Valley soccer community has embraced World Cup

    Lehigh Valley soccer community has embraced World Cup
    Katie Aquilina turned 17 years old in May, but her gift did not come until several weeks later. She and her family packed up the car and drove six hours to Ottawa, Canada, where the Aquilinas had tickets for the quarterfinal round of the FIFA Women's...