Topline After In-N-Out Burger’s San Francisco location was temporarily shut down over its failure to bar entry to customers who aren’t vaccinated against coronavirus, the private company received more unflattering attention Thursday following a report that it had donated $40,000 to the California Republican Party while it was working to recall Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom
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The Forbes five-star restaurant that debuted seven years ago with lofty ambitions to elevate Philadelphia’s fine-dining offerings is reopening for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic — and this time it’s striving to set an example for its community leadership instead of its ambitious and ultimately unsuccessful original concept that required weekend patrons to
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Jet fuel prices are rising to levels not seen since before the Covid pandemic and it’s set to drive up airfares, United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby said Wednesday. “Higher jet-fuel prices lead to higher ticket prices,” Kirby told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street.” “Ultimately, we’ll pass that through.” United forecast average fuel costs of $2.39
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An architecture graduate and interior designer, Cho turned to baking a few years ago when she couldn’t find satisfaction at work, eventually starting her blog, Eat Cho Food. Her grandparents moved to Cleveland from Hong Kong in the late 1960s, and some of Cho’s favorite childhood memories include trips to Chinese bakeries around the US,
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The Government has reduced the testing requirements for vaccinated holidaymakers, however all travellers returning to the UK still need to take at least one Covid test.  Furthermore, certain countries still require even double-jabbed arrivals to show evidence of a recent negative Covid test, while the unvaccinated must take tests to gain entry to almost all destinations.
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(CNN) — Have you ever looked at a beautiful little mews house in London and thought “it must be so amazing to live there?” If so, you’re not the only one. But for the people who actually do live in those homes, social media photography has changed what it means to live in a picturesque
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Christian travelers visit Jerusalem to retrace Jesus’ final footsteps along the Via Dolorosa, Muslims to revere the Dome of the Rock, and Jewish people to insert written prayers into the cracks of the Western Wall. Some people do all three. Come December, travelers will have a new option available to them when visiting Jerusalem. They
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Chuck Bundrant, the titan of the fishing industry who commercialized pollock at fast food chains around the world and spent six decades trawling northern seas, died on Sunday at the age of 79. Bundrant quietly ran America’s largest seafood company, Trident Seafoods, from Seattle, with a fleet of 40 vessels and 16 processing plants, mainly
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(CNN) — The Airbus A380 is designed for long-haul flying, thanks to its hefty size and famously quiet inflight experience. But come November 2021, Singapore Airlines will deploy a superjumbo on a short-haul flight lasting a mere 60 minutes. Travelers heading on certain flights from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia will board what is believed
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