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Traveling via any means is bonkers right now, so you may not be thinking about booking a trip anytime soon. Or maybe you are revenge traveling and booking all of the trips—either way, if you have e-credits or vouchers from trips …

Emily Long

Lifehacker.com

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As it promised earlier this year, Uber is testing bus and train travel options in the UK via a partnership with Berlin-based travel platform Omio, TechCrunch has reported. "We’re excited to launch our new travel offering this …

Steve Dent

Engadget

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The DOJ vows to protect people’s ability to travel out of state for abortion care, but legal experts warn we can’t take it for granted.

Thor Benson

Wired

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Pilots, flight attendants and a baggage handler tell us what is happening where they work.

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BBC News

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If you live overseas or travel frequently, make sure you aren’t giving more money than you have to to ol’ Uncle Sam back in the United States. The Foreign Earned Income Exclusion (FEIE) allows a U.S. taxpayer to exclude up to …

Charlie Lewis

Lifehacker.com

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In a concurring opinion last month, Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh said the Constitution did not allow states to stop women from traveling to get abortions. But the issue is more complicated than that.

Adam Liptak

New York Times

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Even in some states where abortion remains legal, wait times for appointments are long because of increased demand.

Margot Sanger-Katz, Claire Cain Miller and Josh Katz

New York Times

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Going anywhere fun this summer? Hmm, well, with all these travel disruptions, that was the idea, anyway. Having lost out on traveling farther afield for much of the last two years, many of us assumed we'd finally have the summer …

Peggy Drexler

CNN

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In the wake of an overturned Roe v. Wade, hundreds of thousands of women in the U.S. could face legal restrictions that prevent them from traveling to receive abortion care as a result of being on probation or parole. Advocates …

Dell Cameron

Gizmodo.com

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Our TV critic recommends a new vacation mystery, a fabulous tween show and a time-travel drama to scratch the “Stranger Things” itch.

Margaret Lyons

New York Times

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With international travel returning to prepandemic levels, these floppy-eared hounds are sniffing out deadly diseases and pests at border crossings one mango or sausage at a time.

Linda Qiu

New York Times

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The case became a flash point in the abortion debate after the young victim was forced to travel out of state for the procedure.

Ava Sasani

New York Times

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London Heathrow, one of the world's busiest airports, has made the extraordinary move of asking airlines to stop selling tickets for outbound travel this summer.

By Maureen O'Hare, CNN

CNN

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CNN Business' Jon Sarlin talks to Professor Scott Galloway about Elon Musk's Twitter mess. Plus, CNN's Allison Morrow explains why it's both a great and terrible time to go to Europe. And 'USA Today's' Christine Brennan on why …

Mark Twain

CNN

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Delta Air Lines took what it called a "creative" step to solve a massive baggage problem for passengers flying through troubled Heathrow Airport. Others might call the move extreme: the airline flew a plane from London to its …

Chris Isidore

CNN

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I haven't been on a vacation in 10 years. Part of the reason, admittedly, is I'm a workaholic. The other part is I hate flying. I despise the lines, the cramped seats, the security -- all of it feels like a giant waste of time.

By Harry Enten, CNN

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The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has moved Bolivia and Peru in South America, Lebanon in the Middle East and Tunisia in North Africa to its "high" risk category for travel.

By Marnie Hunter and Forrest Brown, CNN

CNN

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Lufthansa said on Thursday it would offer only around 80% of pre-crisis passenger capacity in the third quarter, less than previously planned, amid staffing shortages at airports and airlines. Francis Maguire reports.

Reuters Editorial

Reuters

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Summer air travel is a mess, and flight cancellations and delays show no signs of letting up. Find out which airports have the highest numbers of flight disruptions this summer.

By Pete Muntean, Gregory Wallace and Marnie Hunter, CNN

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