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MMIWG inquiry hearings in Winnipeg LIVE

Day 1 of the Manitoba sessions of hearings examining Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

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Update: How the Florida Keys Are Coming Back to Life

“Visually, it’s going to be a different experience for people,” said Andy Newman, the spokesman for the Monroe County Tourist Development Council. “We’re not perfect. It’s going to be a…

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Heard the One About Asia’s Comedy Scene? First, You’ll Need a Permit

The Chinese government requires him to submit scripts in advance of his commercial performances — that gets him a permit to tell jokes. He also has to provide video of…

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Trending: Surf and Safari: Packages Offer Two Hotels, Two Experiences

Photo Barton Creek Cave in Belize. Credit Chaa Creek City or country, jungle or beach, safari or surf? Hotels are taking the decision-making out of travel by offering guests packages…

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Check In: Resting in Peace in Transylvania

Photo The Transylvania countryside and the town of Crit, where La Hansi, a 500-year-old farmhouse converted into a bed-and-breakfast, is located. Credit Razvan Voiculescu Rates From 60 euros (about $71,…

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Heads Up: Downtown Miami: More Than a Gateway to the Beach

From the Langford, the area’s cultural attractions are a quick walk away, including the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, which opened in May. Next door to the Perez,…

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The Chef: Edward Lee Takes His Show to Washington

If Washington seems a less ambitious choice, it made perfect sense to Mr. Lee. Two years ago, he opened the first Succotash in National Harbor, an anodyne, manufactured town center…

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What to Read Before You Go to Mississippi

The Mississippi River has been a muse for writers like Mark Twain and William Faulkner. Here, three contemporary writers explore the beauty, tragedy and humanity in the Mississippi River region.…

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The Getaway: The Recovery Process: Caribbean Tourism, Island by Island

Below, an updated look at how the islands are faring. Antigua and Barbuda This two-island nation, which has been struggling since 2009 amid the recession, depends heavily on tourism. Antigua…

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Along the Mississippi

That is why it felt especially cathartic to drive along the Mississippi’s wide, lazy expanse the next morning and pass the green pilot wheel sign in the Quad Cities indicating…

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