New York Travel Tips December 2014

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How a Shift in US Policy Could Affect Travel to Cuba - New York Times
What a change in policy would look like with respect to travel remains unclear. It's possible the White House could impose stricter regulations on travel licenses, several tour operators say, or return to the restricted licensing in place before.

Review Board Recommends Stiffest Punishment for Officer in Garner Case - New York Times
A state grand jury on Staten Island decided not to bring charges in December 2014 . Officer Pantaleo's lawyer, Stuart London, said he would not comment on the allegations until the Department of Justice completed its civil rights investigation. He said.

CNN Launches New Digital Venture “Explore Parts Unknown” - CNN (blog)
Explore Parts Unknown is an editorial partnership between CNN and Roads & Kingdoms – an independent journal of food, politics, travel and culture based in New York and Barcelona. Together, we have built a digital universe for the Bourdain super-fan,&nbsp.

Cyber Monday Travel Deals On Flights, Hotels And More
And Cyber Monday deals may be the key to making sure travel plans don't break the bank this ... 27 and Orbitz has flight deals under 200 dollars, valid through December 31. Flights to New York can be as low as 72 dollars and 52 dollars from Los Angeles.

Justices to Hear Case on Religious Objections to Same-Sex Marriage - New York Times
The new case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, No. 16-111, started in 2012, when the baker, Jack Phillips, an owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colo., refused to create a cake for the wedding reception of David&nbsp.

The Definitive Guide to New York City’s 2014 Holiday Window Displays
With our handy guide ... the New Year. Tiffany’s is not a department store, per se, but its minimalist and refined windows are a nice palate cleanser for midway through your trip. “The 2014 windows focus on the energy and sophistication of New York.

The World Once Laughed at North Korean Cyberpower. No More. - New York Times
When North Korean hackers tried to steal $1 billion from the New York Federal Reserve last year, only a spelling error stopped them. They were digitally looting an ... U.S. Weighs Response to Sony Cyberattack, With North Korea Confrontation Possible.

Melbourne Cup: 2017 field, form guide and sweep
Nakeeta comes to Australia on the back of a victory in the rich Ebor Handicap (2,800m) at the York festival ... used by 2014 winner Protectionist and proves that the English-trained five-year-old has travelled well and settled into his new surroundings.

How Uber's Tax Calculation May Have Cost Drivers Hundreds of Millions - New York Times
In May, Uber admitted to taking excessive commissions out of the fares of its New York drivers, who are independent contractors, and promised to make amends. Increasing evidence, however, suggests that the company may have shortchanged the drivers by&nbsp.

Confident Fed Sets Stage for December Rate Increase - New York Times
The Fed, which stopped its buying spree in 2014 , is now preparing to pare back its holdings by about $10 billion per month initially. That is likely to raise borrowing costs for consumers and businesses, but only very slowly. Indeed, since the Fed.

The Lawyer, the Addict - New York Times
In July 2015, something was very wrong with my ex-husband, Peter. His behavior over the preceding 18 months had been erratic and odd. He could be angry and threatening one minute, remorseful and generous the next. His voice mail messages and texts&nbsp.

When's the best time to book holiday flights? - USA TODAY
There's plenty of tried and true advice when it comes to booking holiday flights. For Thanksgiving, try to avoid the most popular dates – Wednesday to Sunday bad, Tuesday to Friday good. Ditto for Christmas and New Year's, but those windows are.

OpenTable Began a Revolution. Now It's a Power Under Siege. - New York Times
A Brief Guide to the Newer Reservation Apps AUG. 29, 2017 ... Nick Kokonas's Tock Ticketing System Adopted by Per Se DEC . 1, 2014 ... The travel behemoth, which paid $2.6 billion for OpenTable in 2014 , also predicted a “material reduction in forecasted.

Trump's newest travel ban still wouldn't have prevented any terrorism-related deaths
After the attack in New York on Tuesday, though, there was a slight shift in the pitch that Trump was making. Normally, he argues that the incident necessitates the implementation of his travel ban ... isn't on the list. December 1999.

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