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What is in-flight turbulence, and when does it become dangerous for passengers and crews?

What is in-flight turbulence, and when does it become dangerous for passengers and crews?

While turbulence-related fatalities are quite rare, injuries have piled up over the years.
For a Memorial Day barbecue, update side dishes to keep the flavor, lose some fat

For a Memorial Day barbecue, update side dishes to keep the flavor, lose some fat

A typical spread at a Memorial Day barbecue might not scream “healthy,” but nutritionists see an opportunity in those gloppy, heavy side dishes. In short, it pays to be sneaky.
Former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy takes a 7.7% stake in Buzzfeed

Former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy takes a 7.7% stake in Buzzfeed

Former Republican presidential candidate and biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy has purchased a minority stake in Buzzfeed, the digital publishing company that shut down its media outlet last year.
Lauryn Hill's classic 'Miseducation' album tops Apple Music's list of best albums of all time

Lauryn Hill's classic 'Miseducation' album tops Apple Music's list of best albums of all time

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Let the debate begin. Who has the best music albums ever? Apple Music certainly has an idea.
Abu Dhabi, once an untapped desert city, sees its first brewery open as UAE relaxes its alcohol laws

Abu Dhabi, once an untapped desert city, sees its first brewery open as UAE relaxes its alcohol laws

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — In 2018, Chad McGehee opened Side Hustle Brews and Spirits, an Abu Dhabi-branded brewery and distillery with funky camels on its cans and playful names familiar to anyone living in the United Arab Emirates.
Edmunds: The Four Best Auto Deals for Memorial Day Weekend

Edmunds: The Four Best Auto Deals for Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day weekend is often considered to be the kick-start to summer and, for car shoppers looking for the best finance and lease deals, a great opportunity to take advantage of a marketplace finally returning to normalcy.
Banks to report second-quarter results as credit concerns persist

Banks to report second-quarter results as credit concerns persist

TORONTO — While there’s still room for surprises, Canadian banks are set to report results after a second quarter that was notable for its economic steadiness. The quarter marked a sharp contrast from a year earlier, when bank failures in the U.S.
Indigenous CBC employee's discrimination claims to be heard by human-rights tribunal

Indigenous CBC employee's discrimination claims to be heard by human-rights tribunal

OTTAWA — An Indigenous employee with the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. is taking up the fight against what he describes as systemic racism by his employer.
Barbie will make dolls to honour Williams, Sinclair and star athletes

Barbie will make dolls to honour Williams, Sinclair and star athletes

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) — Barbie dolls will honour Canadian soccer star Christine Sinclair and tennis champion Venus Williams, plus seven other athletes as part of a project announced by Mattel on Wednesday.
Israel's block of AP transmission shows how ambiguity in law could restrict war coverage

Israel's block of AP transmission shows how ambiguity in law could restrict war coverage

NEW YORK (AP) — Israel's shutdown and seizure of an Associated Press video camera that provided a live glimpse into Gaza alarmed many journalists, who worried Tuesday about wider implications for coverage of a war largely fought out of the world's si