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López said she could not travel to Mexico because she is undocumented.
Sound waves traveling thousands of kilometers through the ocean may help scientists monitor climate change.
Biden traveled to the state days later, meeting with the Blake family and calling for unity and healing in the community, though he, too, denounced the violence that followed the shooting.
TripActions says it has added nearly 500 new corporate customers since March, a surprising achievement at a time when most employees are still not traveling freely.
The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, which was first identified in China in December, has had sweeping effects in the public health, business, and travel sectors, among others.
If you spend a lot of time commuting or traveling, that adds up.
I also don’t worry about rodents gnawing through a pack to get at food at more heavily traveled campsites.
Carissa Moore grew up in Honolulu, which the 27-year-old pro surfer still calls home when she’s not traveling the globe for competitions.
Better yet, sign up for a Cancel for Any Reason travel-insurance policy so that you’re prepared if you need to change plans.
There are certain verticals like CPG where we expect a straightforward recovery whereas others like travel, which represents less than 3% of our business, which will take a while to bounce back.
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