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Help victims of Hurricane Dorian

Category 5 Hurricane Dorian made landfall in the northwestern Bahamas on Sunday and Monday, bringing catastrophic winds and life-threatening storm surge. Here are some of the groups and organizations in Florida and the U.S. gathering supplies to assist victims. WHERE TO DONATE: Charity Navigator compiled this list of reputable charities …

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Monday Briefing: Heat Index to 104, Victor Williams in Court, Grand Reserve Growth, Cancellations

Dorian memories: Christopher Lemke, a local resident, sent us several pictures during the Hurricane Dorian days, including this one of his wife Patricia Lemke, taken Sept. 3, as Dorian was lumbering in from the south. ( Chris Lemke for FlaglerLive) Weekend: Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 90s. Southeast winds …

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Royal Caribbean to Welcome First Quantum Ultra Class Ship to North America

WHY IT RATES: Cruisers can set sail in style with an unrivaled experience onboard the Odyssey of the Seas in November of 2020.—Jessica Zickefoose, TravelPulse Associate Editor Royal Caribbean International will dial up the adventure in South Florida in fall 2020 with the debut of the highly anticipated Odyssey of …

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Llamas Are The New Unicorn: Here Are The Best Places To See Them

Landscape view in Torres del Paine National Park in Chile. Getty From Oprah Magazine to The Guardian to Real Simple to Refinery 29, it’s been reported that llamas are on trend, surpassing the unicorn (you’ve read that right). Across the globe, Pinterest searches for llamas, according to the BBC, have …

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Hurricane Dorian Kills at Least 5 in Bahamas

Update: Sept. 2, 6:00 p.m. ET Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis says at least five people have died in the Abaco Islands as Hurricane Dorian continues to pound the region as a Category 4 storm. Minnis said Monday that there are also people in nearby Great Bahama island who are …

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Linking the gun industry with the NRA, a domestic terrorist organization

Linking the gun industry with the NRA, a domestic terrorist organization By Lynda Carson – September 15, 2019 San Francisco – This is the last in a series of articles about the National Rifle Association (NRA), a domestic terrorist organization, and it’s links to the gun industry that has been …

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Sally Challen bravely speaks up for other victims of coercive control by their partners

Painted as a vengeful, jealous wife in court, Sally Challen spent over nine years in prison for murdering her husband Richard, after she bludgeoned him to death with a hammer. But a change in the law in 2015, when coercive control finally became an offence, enabled Sally to appeal her …

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WIDE-EYED IN ZAMBIA | Bushcamp Company

SAFARI LODGES IN THE SOUTH LUANGWA NATIONAL PARK OFFER GUESTS A UNIQUE WAY TO EXPERIENCE WILDLIFE IN AFRICA PHOTOS BY STEVE HAGGERTY/TNS Flapping ears tells visitors to back off and give him space at the South Luangwa National Park, Bushcamp Company, Mfuwe, Zambia. BY ANNE Z. COOKE TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE  MFUWE, Zambia …

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Thousands Flock to Australia’s Uluru Before Climbing Is Banned on the Landmark Monolith

lt;img class=”styles__noscript__2rw2y” src=”https://s.w-x.co/util/image/w/Uluru1.jpg?v=atw=485h=273″ srcset=”https://s.w-x.co/util/image/w/Uluru1.jpg?v=atw=485h=273 400w, https://s.w-x.co/util/image/w/Uluru1.jpg?v=apw=980h=551 800w” gt; Thousands of tourists continue to flood into central Australia to scale the massive rusty red monolith known as Uluru before it is closed to climbing next month. Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, rises 1,141 feet out of the scrubland in the …

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Spicing things up in Grenada

Grenada may call itself the “Spice Isle,” but this lush, mountainous tri-island state in the southernmost edge of the Caribbean turns up the heat when it comes to activities for thrill-seeking tourists. Of course, with 45 white sand and nine black sand beaches, basking in the sun and spending a …

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