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Three US aircraft shot down during World War II have been found in the Pacific -- 76 years later

The last time anyone saw these aircraft, US forces were pummeling Japanese targets in the western Pacific.

 

A YouTuber's fancy Bali vacation sure looked nice. Nope, the photos were taken in an Ikea

Natalia Taylor posted a series of photos to her Instagram to trick her followers into thinking she traveled to Bali, Indonesia.

 

Museum hires refugees as docents to help visitors see exhibits from a new perspective

The University of Pennsylvania-affiliated Penn Museum launched a program called the Global Guides, which works with Philadelphia organizations to hire refugees as docents.

 

Third Diamond Princess passenger, 80-year-old Japanese man, dies after coronavirus quarantine

A third passenger who had been on board Princess Cruises' Diamond Princess, the ship quarantined for coronavirus, has died.

 

Coronavirus still wreaking havoc on lives of Westerdam passengers despite no cases on ship

Passengers of Holland America's MS Westerdam are still being affected by the coronavirus case on the ship that turned out to be negative.

 

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Starting October 1, 2020, most Americans will need a new ID to fly for security reasons.

 

Reclining airline seat fight: It's not about rights, privileges and who's to blame

A Recline Gate incident turned me into a wet mess and I reacted angrily. Next time it happens I hope to be less hostile to my fellow plane passenger.

 

Leap year offers an extra day – and extra perks for travelers, especially leaplings

If you are a leapling who was born on Feb. 29 or plan to pop the question that day, it's not too late to snag special deals at these hotels.

 

Antarctica is becoming easier to visit. Here’s how to get to the bottom of the world.

New ships are amping up the luxury and amenities; you can even drive by the continent.

 

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