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  • Car rentals rise for July Fourth weekend

    Car rentals rise for July Fourth weekend
    Road trips will be popular this week as many Americans travel from home to celebrate Independence Day. Nearly 36 million Americans, including 1.8 million Floridians, will travel 50 miles or more from home in personal or rented vehicles during the Fourth...
  • U.S. probes possible airline conspiracy to keep fares high

    U.S. probes possible airline conspiracy to keep fares high
    The U.S. government is investigating possible collusion among major airlines, including Chicago-based United, to limit available seats, which keeps airfares high. “We are investigating possible unlawful coordination by some airlines,” Justice...
  • Wanted: World War II veterans for Honor Flights

    Wanted: World War II veterans for Honor Flights
    Veterans from Tinley Park and Oak Lawn were among those who recently took a day trip to Washington, D.C., through Honor Flight Chicago, which allows World War II veterans to tour various memorials there for a day of recognition and remembrance at no...
  • Cuba was once a leader when it came to human rights

    Cuba was once a leader when it came to human rights
    A multi-millionaire Cuban American goes to Cuba to buy art by still undiscovered island painters. In the process, he tells journalists in Miami that this is not the time to invest in Cuba — the infrastructure is not ready and the governing regime...
  • Are airlines colluding to keep ticket prices up? Feds are investigating

    Packed planes and rising fares have pushed up airline profits — along with costs for cramped and harried travelers. Federal investigators are now looking into whether airlines planned it that way. The Justice Department on Wednesday confirmed a...
  • Bluegreen timeshares CEO takes leave; Alan Levan steps in

    Bluegreen timeshares CEO takes leave; Alan Levan steps in
    The CEO of a large timeshare company with offices in Orlando and Boca Raton, Bluegreen Vacations, has taken a sudden leave of absence. John Maloney has been CEO at Bluegreen since 2007. A spokeswoman for Bluegreen said he was taking the leave “...
  • For Fourth of July, city set for historic celebrations

    For Fourth of July, city set for historic celebrations
    As the sun rises on the Fourth of July, Yvonne Gray knows exactly where she'll be: at Jackson Park on the South Side, staking out a spot and preparing to boogie down to Chicago house music at the popular Chosen Few Picnic. "If you don't get out there...
  • 17 things you would like to see banned at Disney World

    17 things you would like to see banned at Disney World
    With Walt Disney World recently banning selfie-sticks from its theme parks and water parks, we asked our Orlando Sentinel Facebook followers what else they would like to see banned, more strictly enforced or changed at Disney. As you might expect, the...
  • Shark's unique trek could help save the species

    Shark's unique trek could help save the species
    Her name is Jiffy Lube2, a relatively small shortfin mako shark that, like others of her kind, swims long distances every day in search of prey and comfortable water temperatures. But Jiffy Lube2's travels are making waves among scientists who study...
  • Religion News

    Sunday Church anniversary Jesus Saves Family Ministry Church Of Annapolis will celebrate its 28th anniversary during services held at 11 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Rhonda Green from Asbury United Methodist Church, Annapolis, will be speaking at the 11 a.m....
  • Van Gogh, Whistler's 'Mother' Exhibits Worth Short Road Trip To Williamstown

    Van Gogh, Whistler's 'Mother' Exhibits Worth Short Road Trip To Williamstown
    WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — New England's No. 1 can't-miss museum road trip this summer is at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass. Until Sept. 13, two blockbuster attractions will be on view at the same time in the art space in the...