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How Wild Turkeys Find Love

As spring bursts forth, wild turkeys begin the mating game. Groups congregate in lawns and fields — and sometimes in…

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Help! I Was Banned From Lyft and No One Will Tell Me Why.

Dear Tripped Up, My most recent work trip was from my home office in the suburbs to my office in…

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In Alaska, Slowing Down to Take Things In

With rain hitting the roof, the temperature outside hovering in the low 50s and a cast iron stove keeping things…

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On the Thai Island of Koh Tao, Can Tourism and the Environment Coexist?

On the high-speed ferry from Koh Samui, one of Thailand’s biggest islands, to the smaller neighbor of Koh Tao, known…

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Thrifty Strategies for Senior Travelers

For many older Americans, travel is a priority coming out of the pandemic. A late 2021 survey by AARP, the…

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Life Is Hazardous for Urban Raptors. These Women Offer Hope.

It’s quiet on the back roads of Boyds, Md., where a small compound studded with bird feeders breaks up the…

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Good News for Weary Travelers: Online Passport Renewal Is Coming Your Way

Following the success of a limited pilot program for online passport renewal this summer, the U.S. State Department says it…

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Woman Gets 4 Months After Shoving Flight Attendant, Spitting on a Passenger

A New York woman was sentenced to four months in federal prison after spitting on a passenger, then shoving a…

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Tending to Grass, and to Grief, on a Tennis Court in Iowa

Mark Kuhn is hunched over, one knee on the ground, pulling dandelions from an otherwise immaculate lawn. With a small,…

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Pete Buttigieg Is Trying to Fix Air Travel With a ‘Dashboard.’ What’s on It?

On Thursday, the Department of Transportation unveiled its most concrete endeavor yet to fix air travel: an online dashboard featuring…

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