More Americans who want abortions are turning to Mexico for help

“As soon as the Supreme Court decision came out, they were left without service. There are many people who call us crying, very desperate,” Cruz told CNN in a recent interview. “And the majority don’t even speak Spanish.” The last year has brought about a dramatic role reversal. In September 2021, Mexico’s Supreme Court decriminalized …

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United Airlines Stock Plunges 10% After Earnings: Time to Buy?

On Wednesday afternoon, United Airlines (UAL -2.96%) posted second-quarter earnings results that fell short of analysts’ expectations. CEO Scott Kirby also warned that the airline industry faces three big challenges: operational constraints (mainly related to staffing) that are limiting capacity, record fuel prices, and the threat of a recession in the near term. Despite these …

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It’s beyond time for Yankees to showcase Miguel Andújar, Estevan Florial after All-Star break

The 2022 New York Yankees could not possibly be getting less production from Joey Gallo. There was a time when the criticisms of Gallo were slightly heightened and exaggerated by recency bias. That time is not now; Gallo is mired in a never-ending stretch of timid hacks and desperate refreshes of Travelocity to see just …

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A Hotel Designer Who Splashed Bright Colors Into Hospitality’s Drab

Skift Take Carleton Varney leaves behind a legacy that gave hotel operators the freedom to break from bland playbooks on design, and that challenged them — Dare to be bold. Tom Lowry Carleton Varney, a renowned interior decorator whose love of audacious colors defied convention in the all-too-often cookie cutter world of hotel interiors, died …

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Wingo to operate flights from Medellin to Aruba and Cuba

Wingo will fly from José María Córdova Airport (MDE) (serving Medellín, Colombia) to Havana (HAV), Cuba and Oranjestad (AUA), Aruba, starting October 1. It will also increase its operations to Panama City (PTY). With the launch of these two routes, the company will reach 23 international connections, maintaining its position as the Colombian low-cost airline …

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How you can get money from airlines from canceled flights, lost baggage

An Edmonton woman says she’s out $ 2,500 after Swoop canceled her flight last month. Lorie Cooper and her daughter were set to fly home to Edmonton from Toronto. Lorie Cooper and her daughter in Toronto. (Supplied) She says the airline had changed the departure time repeatedly, then Swoop canceled the flight after they arrived …

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A Look At Some Of The Most Notable Commercial Flights To Have Glided Following Losses Of Power

Recent developments in the world of aviation news have seen Boeing and Airbus take contrasting approaches regarding gliders. While the US manufacturer isn’t interested in making such aircraft, its European rival plans to deploy them in research missions. With this in mind, why don ‘t we take a look bac at various instances where, for …

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Burnt Meadow Hemp Seeks to Create a Farm-to-Table Experience for Consumers

With a mission in mind, CBD and wellness company Burnt Meadow Hemp is working to create a farm-to-table experience for consumers. Sitting on 250 acres in Fowler, Colo., Burnt Meadow Hemp is a “full functioning farm,” says Sulee Clay, CEO of Burnt Meadow Hemp and chair of the corporate group and managing partner at Mckennon …

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President Raisi wraps up 29th provincial trip

TEHRAN – President Ayatollah Seyed Ebrahim Raisi has finished his 29th provincial visit to Markazi Province by holding a press conference. President Raisi arrived in Markazi province on Friday morning. “Markazi Province has many potentials, including the fact that this province is the industrial hub of the country, and they should be paid special attention …

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