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Find Out How The US & Japan Create KitKat Chocolate Hype Around The World

US and Japan take the world by storm of Kitkat traditions! Savor 300 Japanese offbeat flavors and the newest American Red Velvet minis.

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US Announces 24 New National Historic Landmarks

National Park Service, through the National Historic Landmarks Program, recognizes 24 historic properties of exceptional value to the nation and promotes the preservation efforts of federal, state, and local agencies and Native American tribes, as well as those of private organizations and individuals.

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Salmon In The US May Be Infected With Tapeworm, Scientists Say

If you love to eat sushi or anything that involves raw fish, beware for you might actually be at risk of an infection caused by parasites.

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A One-Way Ticket With A Stopover for Only 5,000 Miles?

Alaska Airlines offers 5,000 miles redemption for a one-way ticket with stopover in the latest, major changes to their Mileage Plan Program.

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Five World-Class Airports You Should Spot In America

America is home to some of the best things in the world, and indeed, aviation services is included. Here are five note-worthy airports to keep in mind when in the US.

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Travel Tips: Looking For An Escape From Trump? Here Are Seven Of The Best Places To Travel To According To Jacada Travel

For those who are looking for a getaway, maybe not just from Donald Trump’s presidency for over four years but maybe from politics altogether, Jacada Travel in an article for the Huffington Post, listed down some places where people can run away to and get their minds off of this dire situation.

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Royal Jordanian Ad To Muslims: 'Travel To The U.S. While You're Still Allowed To'

The airline issued out this mischievous ad via their Twitter account as a slight nod to the then Republican candidate and now President-Elect's pledge during his campaign to refrain Muslims from entering the country.

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Baltia Airline: The World’s Oldest Start-Up Airline Still Flightless For 27 Years

It was tagged as “the world’s oldest start-up airline.” In its website, the promise in bringing a world-class flight is still in progress. There are no reservation details, flight status cannot be clicked and promotions are “coming soon.”

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Ultra-Long Haul Flying Takes Off – The World’s Newest Longest Flight

Ultra-long-haul flights are extremely expensive to operate, and depend on relatively cheap oil for profitability. But just last week, Air India claimed it had launched the world's longest flight — though this was purely thanks to its choice of routing.

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91-Year-Old Woman Who Chose Road Adventure Over Cancer Treatment Dies

Norma Bauerschmidt, 91-Year-Old Michigan woman, who skipped the cancer treatment has died after a year-long adventure in the road.

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Donald Trump Calls Some US Airports 'Third-World' And America Is Not Happy About It

Trump's statement about U.S. airports being 'thrild-world' may backfire at him considering his own political party were one of the groups that opposed the construction of the California High Speed Rail.

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Time For A Celebration Of History As The National Museum Of African American History Opens September

The church bell called "freedom bell" was rang by Pres. Barack Obama, the nation's first black president to declare another milestone for the African-American people 150 years later.

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Cheaper Flights For Business Travels Will Rule In 2017

Traveling, which used to be a luxury, is now considered to be a necessity and with all these cheap flights around the corner. Corporate travel will soon be reconsidered and its prices, now being rediscovered.

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TripAdvisor Traveler's Choice of Best Museum in the World 2016

This year's best has a wide array of impeccable collections from ancient to modern artistry.

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