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In this article DAL There once was a time when getting through airport security was quick and easy. But security screenings became much more thorough after the Transportation Security Administration was created following the attacks on 9/11. Excruciating long lines are common, especially during holiday travel, as millions of people pass through TSA checkpoints every
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10:28 AM ET Ryan Hockensmith GLENN MISTICH TOOK slow, tiny steps toward the entrance to the Superdome. His hands shook inside the gloves he wore to carry a monstrous 17-pound dish covered in foil. His wife, Leah, and three young kids bounced alongside him. A friend, New Orleans radio personality Bob DelGiorno, was also walking
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Sir Keir Starmer questioned whether Boris Johnson was “okay” as he accused him of introducing a “working-class dementia tax” through this week’s reform to social care funding. The Labour leader said the prime minister was fronting a “Covent Garden pickpocketing operation” over the reform that means only what individuals personally pay for their social care
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Bulb, Britain’s seventh biggest energy supplier, has formally entered into administration – becoming the biggest victim so far of the crisis in the industry. The collapse – confirmed by the government on Wednesday night – comes after the company, which was launched in 2015 and has 1.7 million customers, confirmed earlier this week that it
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