FCC moving forward on speedier in-flight Internet service U.S. federal telecommunications regulators are pushing ahead with efforts to bring faster Internet service to commercial and private airline flights. The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday started deliberations on a proposal that would offer a new type of in-flight broadband service promising U.S. More
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FAA clears Boeing battery fix, ending 787 flight ban The Federal Aviation Administration gave formal approval on Thursday for a new lithium-ion battery system for Boeing Co's 787 Dreamliner, ending a three-month ban and clearing airlines to fly the plane with passengers again. More
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Attached to the rest of Greece by a thin isthmus, this rugged land has always seemed isolated from the rest of the country.
 while it holds some of Greece’s greatest ancient monuments — such as Olympia and Mycenae — there’s a lot more to this region.
Many Mani towns feature sumptuous, old, fresco-slathered churches — pockets of brightness in this otherwise parched land.
Sealed off from the rest of the country by a ridge of mountains, the Mani has, over the centuries, harbored refugees fleeing whatever crises were gripping the rest of Greece.
People would hide out in the mountains, far from the coast and marauding pirate ships.
Compared to your typical beach getaway, it’s an anti-resort — relaxed and relatively unspoiled.
The people of Kardamyli — determined to keep their town real — passed a law that prohibits new construction over a certain height limit (ruling out big resorts).
Having dinner under a leafy canopy at my favorite Kardamyli taverna brings back memories of my first meal here many years ago.
 although its glory days have faded, the town retains a certain genteel panache, with palm-tree waterfronts, and narrow and atmospheric back streets lined with stately Venetian houses and inviting shops.
The Lower Town hides on the sheltered side of the burly rock, tethered to the mainland by only a skinny spit of land (Monemvasia means “single entry”).
Since Greece has been going through tough economic times, nervous tourists have been avoiding it.
Hungry alligators are just one of the sights at the Wakodahatchee Wetlands in Delray Beach, 20 miles from Palm Beach. The wetlands are primarily known as one of the best bird-watching sites in south Florida.
KRON — One hundred years ago, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. co-founder F. A. Seiberling and his family were anticipating a move into their new home, the magnificent mansion dubbed Stan Hywet Hall. This year, the estate — now a public museum and gardens — will celebrate the centenary with a series of special events, exhibits and specialty tours.
NEW YORK — On a recent Sunday, a group of museum visitors sat in front of a large canvas by French artist Jean Dubuffet as their guide described the work — an abstract painting created with crumpled aluminum foil tinted with oil paint.