NYC authorities shut down an illegal club with about 400 people inside

New York City Sheriffs shut down an “illegal bottle club” on early Saturday with around 400 people who violated emergency orders, NYC Sheriff said on Saturday. As of Wednesday, Manhattan was designated as a “yellow zone,” which means that mass gatherings are capped at 25 people maximum according to NYC’s COVID-19 restrictions. As of Sunday, New York has over 630,000 […]

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‘Hollow, riveted, not magnetic’: Hikers discover location of Utah’s mysterious monolith

Despite the discretion of authorities, visitors have successfully located a mysterious metal monolith in Utah that was revealed earlier in the week.  Monday, the Utah Department of Public Safety shared that an approximately 10-foot metal column with four sides had been found in Utah’s Red Rock Country. The exact location of the installation was not disclosed in an effort to stop individuals from attempting to locate it, for fear […]

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American Airlines is offering lucrative Black Friday promotions

American Airlines is getting in the holiday spirit with its latest round of offers. The Fort Worth-based carrier just launched three distinct promotions aimed at drumming up business during the toughest crisis the industry has faced in decades. In the years leading up to the pandemic, the legacy Big 3 airlines rarely offered such sweeping discounts, but we’re truly living […]

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Maldives travel: What it's like to visit right now

I’m sitting on a lounger at a Maldivian resort’s overwater restaurant taking in views of the glimmering Arabian Sea, but I feel uneasy. I’m not wearing a mask, nor are the other guests, or staff. Not that there’s a need to: everyone on the palm-fringed private island of Soneva Fushi has been tested for Covid-19 upon arrival, then quarantined in […]

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Helloworld Travel: Excessive cancellation fees ‘a burning issue’

The boss of travel company Helloworld says excessive travel cancellation fees is “a burning issue” but denies his company is to blame, pointing the finger at suppliers. Helloworld Travel tore through its annual general meeting on Friday in a blistering 30 minutes and escaped all questioning until the last moment when the thorny cancellations issue was raised. Chairman Garry Hounsell […]

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New warning to Aussies overseas

Australia has not let thousands of citizens down despite the devastating reality that they may not get home for Christmas, Peter Dutton says. Travellers stranded overseas on Thursday revealed harrowing stories and feelings of betrayal after being unable to get home during the coronavirus pandemic. Speaking on Today, the Home Affairs Minister said the government had brought back urgent cases […]

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Black Friday Travel Deals: Hotels, Resorts, Cruises, and Tours

Black Friday has arrived, and you know what that means–endless deals on almost everything, including travel. If you’re wondering whether there are really any good Black Friday travel deals out there, considering all the ups and downs the tourism industry has faced in the past few months due to the pandemic, this list proves travel companies are still offering plenty […]

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I visited London's world-famous flower market, and it's an Instagrammer's dream

I visited London’s New Covent Garden Market, and it was a stunning sight.  The market has been around for hundreds of years and still supplies flowers and produce to local businesses.  Since the flower market opens at 4 a.m., I arrived and left before the sun was up.  Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. If you’ve ever seen “My Fair Lady,” you’re likely […]

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