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LA Chef Talks Inspiration from Travel for New Dishes

For Susan Feniger, one of Los Angeles' most coveted chefs, trips are always a new opportunity to take experience and encapsulate it on a plate.


Bohemian National Hall

New York Travel Festival Comes to Upper East Side This Weekend

Saturday, April 20 and Sunday the 21 mark the inaugural weekend of the New York Travel Festival.


Capitol Police

Paul Kevin Curtis Arrested For Ricin Letters Sent to Obama and Senator Wicker

The FBI has taken Kevin Paul Curtis of Mississippi into custody, in suspected connection with the letters sent to President Obama and Senator Roger Wicker and a Mississippi justice official that were laced with the deadly poison ricin.


IRS Building

24 IRS Workers Theft: Employees Illegally Receive $250,000 in Government Benefits

24 Internal Revenue Service employees were charged Wednesday with pilfering government benefits.


Minneapolis-St. Paul airport

Minnesota School District Defends Travel Spending

Superintendent of St. Paul, Minnesota public schools Valeria Silva knows the importance of travel in the classroom-and she's making a point to keep it in the budget.


Turkish Beach

U.S. Tourist Detained for Smuggling of Beach Rocks

Tourist Jason Dement of Mississippi was detained in Turkey and now faces a trial for collecting stones during his beach vacation that turned out to be more significant than he'd originally assumed.


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Fox Pulls Family Guy After Boston Marathon Video Hoax

Fox has pulled an episode of "Family Guy" from its website, after an altered video of the cartoon depicted deaths at the Boston Marathon, Reuters reports.


White House

Ricin Scare: President Obama Receives Potentially Poisoned Letter

Initial tests on a letter addressed to President Barack Obama have come up positive for ricin, after an envelope to Senator Roger Wicker of Mississippi was stopped at a mail processing plant in Maryland for traces of the same poison.


A Boeing 787 lands in Everett, Washington

MWAA Executives Ordered to Slow Down Spending

Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority executives must reel in the lavish dinners and trips, after excessive spending and shaky expenditure logs have brought on a revision of the rules.


Obama seems worried at desk

Barack Obama to Attend Service for Boston Marathon Victims

President Barack Obama will travel to Boston, Massachusetts Thursday for a service honoring the victims of the Boston Marathon explosions.


Rachael Ray

Rachael Ray Show Sued by Teen in Weight Loss Drama

A former guest of the Rachael Ray daytime talk show is suing for purportedly suffering emotional abuse.


Washington, DC

U.S. Cities Show Love For Boston, Amidst Tragedy (PHOTOS)

Cities across America are sending out messages of love and condolence to Boston, where two explosions at the Boston Marathon killed three, and injured almost 200 participants and bystanders.



Alaska Glacier Body Found: 9 Year-Old Trapped Beneath Ice

The body of 9 year-old Shjon Brown of Fairbanks, Alaska was found after the young boy disappeared while snowmobiling with his father.


Space shuttle Discovery attached to a modified NASA 747 aircraft

Orbital Will Test Fly Rocket from NASA's Wallops Island

Wallops Island, a NASA flight facility off the east coast of Virginia, is about to be propelled from obscurity.


Lion Air

Lion Air Jet Plummets Into Sea, 108 Passengers Live

Indonesian airline Lion Air has suffered a huge blow, as one of their new jets plummeted into the sea while trying to land in the popular tourist destination of Bali.


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