Fight erupts on Allegiant flight after passenger refuses to wear mask

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A fight broke out between two passengers on an Allegiant Air flight from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport on Oct. 3 after one passenger confronted another for allegedly refusing the flight attendant’s request to wear a face mask in addition to a face shield. 

A spokesperson for Allegiant Air confirmed that an altercation happened on Flight 607 to Provo, Utah, after a passenger refused to comply with airline policy.

Rylie Lansford,

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Serie A Confirm Fixture Will Go Ahead As Planned Despite Gennaro Gattuso’s Team Not Travelling to Turin

Juventus vs Napoli clash, which was in doubt as the team from Naples reportedly did not travel to Turin to a recent surge in coronavirus cases in its squad, will now go ahead as planned as confirmed by Serie A on their official social media account. Napoli had recently reported that players Piotr Zielinski, Elif Elmas and staff member Giandomenico Costi had tested positive for COVID-19. Juventus vs Napoli: Here’s

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How Hotels Are Helping Their Neighbors Fight the Pandemic

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When Casa Palopó, an intimate, 15-room retreat on the slopes of Guatemala’s Lake Atitlan, began assessing how best to go about reopening for tourists, it sought to secure the approval of one group in particular: its 5,000, mostly Kaqchikel Maya neighbors.

According to owner Claudia Bosch, her return to prep the property for reopening was not initially well-received.

“Some took photos of the helicopter arriving and departing, creating bulletins accusing

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Where Can I Travel to in Caribbean? Covid Reopening Plans by Island

Sunset over English Harbour, Antigua.

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Allen Chastanet, St. Lucia’s prime minister, thought he was lucky—his island was deemed a “non-outbreak” zone when the Zika virus swept through the Caribbean in 2016, and it was similarly spared from the hurricanes that pummeled its neighbors in 2017. But then came Covid-19.

“It’s had a devastating effect on our economy and

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Williams Sonoma Announces Ina Garten & Friends: A Virtual Book Tour Event Series Featuring Jennifer Garner and Katie Couric | Business Ap

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep 14, 2020–

Williams Sonoma, a member of the Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE: WSM) portfolio of brands, announced today the launch of a new virtual event series with Ina Garten to celebrate the launch of Ina’s new cookbook, Modern Comfort Food. At each event, Ina will be joined by one of her favorite celebrity friends as she shares behind-the-scenes stories of filming her award-winning television show, writing her best-selling

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Here are 8 ways travel will change after the pandemic

With coronavirus cases continuing to spike in America and abroad, travelers with a United States passport remain grounded. To date, just nine countries are open to Americans without restrictions. If Belarus, Serbia, Zambia or any of the other six countries on that list aren’t in the cards, then travelers itching to get on an international flight will have to wait.

How long is still unknown. Elizabeth Becker, author of Overbooked:

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JNU spending on security up, research budget down



a group of people walking in front of a crowd: Jawaharlal Nehru University has been mired in strife and disruption since 2016. (Sanjeev Verma/HT archive)


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Jawaharlal Nehru University has been mired in strife and disruption since 2016. (Sanjeev Verma/HT archive)

The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has seen a substantial decrease in its academic expenses over the past three financial years, affecting the organisation of seminars and workshops; subscription to journals and publications; and sponsorship of fellowships and research activities.

The matter was raised by members of the executive council (EC),

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Lily Collins stunned by road trip proposal

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Lily Collins had no idea a recent road trip with her boyfriend would end with a marriage proposal.



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The actress knew she wanted to spend the rest of her life with filmmaker Charlie McDowell the second she met

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Expand American influence around the world, or else China will fill our shoes

By 2018, billions of dollars of Chinese investment had transformed Sihanoukville, and parts of the country at large, into a dangerous playground. In June 2019, an illegal Chinese-owned construction site in Sihanoukville collapsed, killing at least 28 Cambodian workers and setting off already simmering anti-Chinese sentiment. Murderous disputes among Chinese criminal syndicates festered, with perpetrators dumping victims’ bodies in the middle of town. The wave of Chinese investment in the

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Domestic air travel restrictions lifted

National carrier Air Niugini has announced that all restrictions on domestic air travel have been removed and it will be offering a range of sales to promote domestic tourism.
The SOE Controller has issued new domestic and international travel measures last Saturday, providing the following directives:
n There are no limitations on any domestic travel;
n For international inbound travel from Australia (excluding Victoria), New Zealand and

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Yet another man arrested travelling with fake ID card

A 25-year-old Borivali man has been arrested for travelling in Mumbai local train by allegedly using a fake identity card, the Government Railway Police (GRP) said on Friday. This is the fifth FIR registered by Western Railway against fake identity card users between June 15 to October 2, 2020.

Hitesh Siddhesh Shirwadkar, a resident of Borivali, was caught at the Vile Parle station, they said.

According to the Andheri GRP,

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Time to Book Your Holiday Travel

One sure way to keep happy in the holidays is to get deals on your holiday travel expenses. Airfare is by far the most expensive item in our holiday budget. Traveling over the holidays can be as much as 30% higher than other times during the year.



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We have many resources that help us compare prices on a variety of airlines. Sites

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U.S. Travel calls for another extension on Real ID: Travel Weekly

With the Real ID deadline one year away, the U.S. Travel Association called for a deadline extension, saying “full compliance is not realistically within reach” by next October.  

Citing data showing that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) estimates that just over one third of Americans have Real IDs, U.S. Travel said that the deadline could endanger the recovery of a badly wounded travel industry.

“The last thing the struggling

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5 private islands for sale around the world for less than $5 million

  • In the age of COVID-19, space and privacy have become more important to prospective buyers, especially those shopping in the luxury end of the market. 
  • And while buyers are willing to pay top dollar for those luxuries on land, nothing offers more distance and privacy than your own island.
  • Enness Global sent Business Insider a list of private islands from around the world, and we listed the ones for sale
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Holiday Travel Trends — KAYAK Travel Hacker Blog

The holiday season, like everything else, will look different in 2020.

That’s especially true for travel. Despite KAYAK’s data showing that lower prices and flexible travel options are more accessible now than ever, travel interest for the winter holidays is still seeing drastic declines. Domestic flight searches are down 81% and hotel searches are down 74%, compared to the same holiday period last year.

But if we look at 2020

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Judge to order US to stop detaining migrant kids in hotels

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Published 6:55 p.m. MT Sept. 4, 2020 | Updated 12:18 p.m. MT Sept. 5, 2020

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In this July 23, 2020, file photo, protesters wave signs in front of the Hampton Inn hotel in McAllen, Texas. (Photo: Joel Martinez/Acossiated Press)

A federal judge said Friday that she would order the Trump administration to stop detaining immigrant children in hotels before expelling them from the United States,

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Soak up Italian culture this autumn, within crowd-free city walls

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Italy and all that it offers could be the best bet for anyone seeking to travel this autumn.

The relatively small city of Bergamo is easy to explore on foot, and the Italian blend of culture, heritage and fantastic food are recommended by many.

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More than 1,800 state employees have contracted COVID-19

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson plans to resume public appearances this week after nearly two weeks of isolation because of a positive COVID-19 test, and will debate his Democratic challenger as planned on Friday, his office said.

The governor and his wife, Teresa, tested positive on Sept. 23. Neither developed serious symptoms and they announced Sunday that doctors had cleared them to return to work.

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The much-awaited economy Google Pixel phone will go on sale on Flipkart as part of the Big Billion Days. The Walmart-owned online retail giant Flipkart has listed Google Pixel 4a as a Big Billion Days attraction. Big Billion Days is Flipkart’s festival season sale and is organised annually like Amazon’s Great Indian Shopping Fest. Akin to the US’s famous Black Friday sales, these annual sale events offer big discounts on

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The Nobility of Mobility: A Road Trip Through Racism

White people who benefit from what W.E.B. Du Bois called “the wages of whiteness” usually take the ordinary process of going from here to there for granted. But as Stanford professor Allyson Hobbs points out, this everyday right was historically “not available to all Americans.” Today, as Pasadena City College professor Christopher West observes, “driving in a racist society” persists as a “gut-wrenching horror.”

“What the auto allows is personal

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