Fastest 5G Network in the World Just Launched in Philadelphia

Verizon customers in PA get access to the unprecedented performance of 5G Ultra Wideband with game-changing speeds and access to 5G Nationwide

What You Need to Know:

  • Verizon announced a huge leap forward in this new era of technology-led disruption that will specifically benefit customers in PA
  • Verizon launched the unprecedented performance of its 5G Ultra Wideband service in Philadelphia
  • Verizon continues to innovate and advance 5G technology, doubling
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How Carl Stokes election shaped Cleveland political history

The 1967 story of Clevelander Carl Stokes marked a turning point in black political power.

CLEVELAND — Cleveland has played a pivotal role on the political stage over the years. But the city’s mayoral race in 1967 made waves around the world. That’s when Carl Stokes made history as the first black mayor of a major American city, his victory marking a major turning point in American politics.

It was

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USMNT has talent to achieve World Cup greatness

Sergino Dest is targeting World Cup glory with the United States men’s national team after becoming the first-ever U.S. international to play for Barcelona.

Dest, 19, joined Barca from Ajax Amsterdam for €26 million earlier this month in a move that adds to the optimism surrounding the emerging generation of talent from the U.S.

– Stream LIVE games and replays on ESPN+ (U.S. only)

There have never been more Americans

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Lawyer-turned-bagel consultant Beth George helps entrepreneurs around the world start their own bagel business

FAIR LAWN, New Jersey — Beth George, a lawyer-turned-bagel consultant, is taking her unique and exclusive bagel recipe around the world.

Through her consulting business, BYOB Bagels, George is helping entrepreneurs start their own bagel business and guiding them through a recipe she’s been perfecting for over 15 years.

“Bagels are infinite! You just have to know what you’re doing. You can’t just mix anything because there is a science

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A taste for travel? Finnair to sell plane food in shops

HELSINKI (AP) — Finnish carrier Finnair will start selling business class airplane food in supermarkets in a move to keep its catering staff employed and to offer a taste of the airline experience to those missing flying in the COVID-19 times.



FILE - In this Monday, Nov. 16, 2009 file photo, passenger planes of the Finnish national airline company Finnair stand on the tarmac at Helsinki international airport, Helsinki. Finnish carrier Finnair will start selling business class airplane food in supermarkets in a move to keep its catering staff employed and to offer a taste of the airline experience to those missing flying in the COVID-19 times. The state-controlled airline said that in a pilot scheme the handmade meals, called “Taste of Finnair", would initially be offered at one store as of Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020. (Markku Ulander/Lehtikuva via AP, file)


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FILE – In this Monday, Nov. 16, 2009 file photo, passenger planes of the Finnish national airline company Finnair stand on the tarmac at

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Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world on Oct. 12

The latest:

  • Johnson & Johnson pauses COVID-19 vaccine trials due to unexplained illness in participant.
  • Canada Recovery Benefit begins for Canadians who missed work due to pandemic.
  • Officials urge caution over Thanksgiving weekend.
  • Cases show steady growth in most provinces.
  • Ontario’s long-term care homes neglected to focus on hospitals, inquiry hears.
  • Montreal looks to provide temporary housing in hotels as pandemic worsens.
  • New Brunswick updates outdoor mask guidelines for 2 
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Why Delta’s Results Bode Ill for United Airlines

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A United Airlines plane at Chicago O’Hare International Airport.


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United Airlines

Holdings is scheduled to report third-quarter results after the market closes on Wednesday. If

Delta Air Lines

’ results are an omen, United may have a tough time meeting Wall Street estimates.

Delta (ticker: DAL) missed forecasts for revenue and earnings in the quarter, racking up a $2.6 billion pretax loss, as

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How long does a COVID-19 illness last? Your virus questions answered, plus the latest news | National

How long can I expect a COVID-19 illness to last?

It depends. Most coronavirus patients have mild to moderate illness and recover quickly. Older, sicker patients tend to take longer to recover. That includes those who are obese, or have high blood pressure and other chronic diseases.

The World Health Organization says recovery typically takes two to six weeks. One U.S. study found that around 20% of non-hospitalized individuals ages

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Check out three national parks near the city

Sarah Sekula, Special for USA TODAY
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It would take years to explore every glacier, lake, river and stream on Mt. Rainier, but you can dive into the park’s bountiful beauty in just two minutes.

Next time you visit Seattle, be sure to set aside some time to get outdoors. It’s easier than you’d expect: There are several national parks within a few

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Fastest 5G Network in the World Just Launched in Sarasota

Verizon customers in FL get access to the unprecedented performance of 5G Ultra Wideband with game-changing speeds and access to 5G Nationwide

What You Need to Know:

  • Today Verizon announced a huge leap forward in this new era of technology-led disruption that will specifically benefit customers in FL
  • Verizon launches the unprecedented performance of its 5G Ultra Wideband service in Sarasota
  • Verizon continues to innovate and advance 5G technology, doubling
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Covid Travel: Airlines and Airports Say EU’s Plan Won’t Revive Flights

A traveler at Charles de Gaulle airport in Roissy, France.

Photographer: Nathan Laine/Bloomberg

Airlines and airports said European Union moves to help restart flights in the region through a more coordinated approach to coronavirus-related travel curbs are wholly inadequate.

The measures, adopted Tuesday, fail to propose the replacement of quarantine requirements with coronavirus tests and won’t stop states refusing entry from other EU countries, the International Air

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Covid-19 Travel Bubbles Were Set to Restore Flying but Haven’t Taken Off

A few months ago, travel bubbles were the big idea for reopening skies across the Asia-Pacific region. Countries would strike deals with each other to allow air travel with certain restrictions, many officials said, and those would expand to regional pacts.

It’s proving hard to do, even for countries that have largely managed to keep a lid on the coronavirus.

Take Singapore, a city-state whose economy is so dependent on

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Virtual Event to Bring Together Top Business Minds to Imagine, Collaborate and Create a Better World

The event will focus on six key challenges the world is facing today: environment and climate action, future of Europe and global regions, migration and refugees, the economy, cybersecurity and disease outbreaks.

GENEVA, Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — YPO, the global leadership community of more than 29,000 chief executives, and International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies, will co-host the upcoming virtual

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Apple announces iPhone 12 mini, the ‘smallest and lightest 5G phone in the world’

Apple is announcing a new iPhone 12 mini today. It’s the first time Apple has used the “mini” moniker on its iPhone line, after using it on the iPod mini, iPad mini, and Mac mini previously. The new iPhone 12 mini has a 5.4-inch screen, which means Apple has squeezed a larger display than the 4.7-inch screen found on this year’s iPhone SE into an iPhone 12 mini handset that’s

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Just Eat takeaways soar to 15.5 million a month in the UK

Watch: More than 46m takeaways ordered through Just Eat in three months

Just Eat Takeaway.com (JET.L) has delivered 151.4 million takeaways around the world in three months as demand soared during the pandemic, new figures show.

Orders leapt during in its third quarter, up 46% on the previous year in its European and other markets.

The company, headquartered in Amsterdam, saw the highest sales in the UK. Its drivers and

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Nepal to reopen for foreigners, but what should hikers consider for ethical travel before heading into the mountains? | Outdoor & Extreme

Nepal is reopening to foreign visitors on October 17 after nearly eight months of lockdown and while there are rules in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus, at least one expert believes you should go beyond the mandatory requirements.

Visitors will need a negative Covid-19 PCR test within 72 hours of travelling. They will then have to quarantine in a hotel for seven days at their own expense.

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Festivals of the future ‘won’t be limited by time and space’: CEO

Post-pandemic music and theater performances are likely to use a hybrid model, according to the chief executive of one of Singapore’s largest arts centers.

Yvonne Tham, CEO of Esplanade, told CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” that a mixture of in-person and streamed performances are set to be common in the future.

“Many artists are really open now to what’s known as hybrid, which (means they) may be performing in a particular

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Brainerd lakes airport gears up for holiday travel, advises buying tickets early

In partnership with Delta, and in following the guidelines of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, seat spacing, mask requirements and additional health safety measures of the Delta CareStandard remain in effect.

“They have been highly effective in maintaining the health safety of our passengers, as well as of our staff, both on the ground and in the air,” Airport Director Steve Wright said

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Covid World Map: Tracking the Global Outbreak


The coronavirus pandemic has sickened more than 38,135,400 people, according to official counts. As of Wednesday morning, at least 1,085,600 people have died, and the virus has been detected in nearly every country, as these maps show.



Average daily cases per 100,000 people in the past week

Share of population with a reported case

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The state releases its list of ‘Trusted Testing and Travel Partners’ – Honolulu, Hawaii news, sports & weather

The state of Hawaii will only accept test results from Trusted Testing and Travel Partners listed here: AFC Urgent Care, Bartell Drugs, Carbon Health, CityHealth Urgent Care, Color, CVS Health, Discovery Health MD, Kaiser Permanente, Quest Diagnostics, Vault Health and Walgreens.

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