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My child needed to learn from disappointment; not bribery I did less for my child than these wealthy parents, in terms of means. But my husband and I showed her that her strength is in her struggle. Casey spent a month navigating life in Johannesburg The cartoonist's homepage, Andy Marlette, Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Mike Thompson, USA TODAY Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, - [ ] Marc Murphy, (Louisville, Ky.) Courier Journal Fullscreen Mike Thompson, USA TODAY The cartoonist's homepage, Fullscreen 2444264002 Andy Marlette, Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, - [ ] Marc Murphy, (Louisville, Ky.) Courier Journal Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Mike Thompson, USA TODAY Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Mike Thompson, USA TODAY Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Doug MacGregor, The (Fort Myers, Fla.) News-Press Fullscreen David Cohen, Asheville (N.C.) Citizen Times The cartoonist's homepage, Fullscreen The cartoonist's homepage, Andy Marlette, Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal Fullscreen Last SlideNext Slide
I spend time in strangers’ living rooms on my holidays, and so should you On a recent trip to New York City I booked tickets to a gig. On the night of the gig – by which point the address had been privately disclosed via email – I found myself on a quiet Manhattan street, boots kicking through thick snow as I followed the blue dot on Google Maps The living room, with exposed bricks and high ceilings, was already half full of people sitting on their folded coats on the floor, drinking cans of..
The £3,020 suites where super rich wait for flights with staff to wait on them FOR travellers who value privacy above everything else when they fly, there are now private suites where you can check in and wait for your flight without ever having to see another passenger. And … For this fee, you can take two other passengers with you However, if you're planning to travel through the terminal on a regular basis, you can also sign up for membership, which costs $4,500 (£3,397) a year And if you're looking for more taste of the high life, we also revealed some of the most luxurious accommodation out there
Thomas Cook cabin crew threatened to kick woman off plane for ‘inappropriate' outfit THOMAS COOK threatened to remove a female passenger from a UK flight to Tenerife if she didn’t cover up her “inappropriate” outfit, it has been claimed. The comment from cabin crew left the woman “physically shaking.” They made comments over the speaker about the situation and left me shaking and upset on my own I’ve been inundated with love and support off all genders and it truly means a lot A fashion expert recently revealed to the best outfit to wear on a plane
Revealed: The essential smartphone apps you need for living in France These days there are apps for everything from transport to finding the best places to eat out. And there are some that are designed specifically for life in France. Here are ten of the best. These covered a variety of subjects from transport and weather, to jobs, food, entertainment.. You'll receive appointment reminders by text and maps of how to get there Allocine features the film listings and times of all the cinemas in France and a range of other useful information about anything related to films
The airline innovations shortlisted for the 'Oscars' of cabin awards A total of 24 ideas from design firms from around the world are in the running for the prestigious Crystal Cabin Awards, which are dubbed the Oscars of aircraft cabin design. While Collins Aerospace is nominated for its Flex Duet self-service counter for snacks and drinks The counter can be opened up like a closet door, folding out in front of the aircraft door to give purpose to otherwise unused space For the full list of nominations, visit the Crystal Cabins Awards website
Twiggy receives damehood for her services to fashion Twiggy has been awarded a damehood for her services to fashion, the arts and charity in the Queen's New Year Honours list. The hardest thing has been keeping it a secret, because we've known for about three-and-a-half weeks' She has fronted several Marks & Spencer campaigns, designed a range of glasses for Specsavers and appeared as a judge on America's Next Top Model The multi-talented star also tried her hand at music, releasing an aalbum in 2011 called Romantically Yours
Why Obergurgl-Hochgurgl is the perfect resort for freeriders If it’s deep powder, accessible off-piste and exciting lines you dream of, look no further than Obergurgl-Hochgurgl. The experienced instructors of AlpinCenter Obergurgl know the ski area like the back of their hands and are familiar with the current snow layers and avalanche risks Take me there | Powder Snow Week, 13-20 January 2018 For more information, go to
Summer city breaks to die for A European city getaway is something to savour at any time of the year but there's something special about visiting in the height of summer Amsterdam For all the cosy appeal and old-world charm of Amsterdam in winter, ask any local and they’ll tell you the city transforms in summer There are good beaches walking distance from the city or the coves of sleepy Lokrum are just a 10-minute ferry ride away Think British Airways Holidays for your next city break
Mum-of-seven who spends £150 on train fares a week visiting her sick baby in hospital is stunned when trainguard secretly arranges for her to travel for free A MUM-OF-SEVEN was left stunned when a train guard arranged for her to visit her sick baby in hospital for free. The 41-year-old woman, who spends £150 a week to travel 70 miles to see her four-mon… On finding out the heartbreaking reason, the Northern Rail worker spoke with her manager who arranged for her to travel for free on the route until Ocean is out of hospital We recently told you how a baby girl has been born with a rare condition that means her skin sheds ten times faster than normal
Alton Towers unveil two very unique new attractions - and they're open very soon Alton Towers Dungeon and brand new Stargazing Pods will open later this month - but we got exclusive access to test them out before the public - here's how we got on The Wicker Man was a huge investment for us last season and as much as it is a huge wooden rollercoaster, it’s actually great fun for all ages They are open 149 days during the season aimed around what will hopefully be the best times in terms of weather! A similar version of this article also appears on Birmingham Live Read More UK Theme Park Deals Theme park vouchers Legoland Alton Towers Chessington World of Adventures
Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi is a sign of progress Yousef Al Otaiba and Timothy Shriver write that the upcoming Special Olympics World Games 2019 in Abu Dhabi will mark an important step toward disability awareness and acceptance in the Middle East and around the world. MUST WATCH Swimmer with Down Syndrome defies the odds 02:22 Yousef Al Otaiba is the United Arab Emirates ambassador to the United States and Timothy Shriver is chairman of Special Olympics Nineteen of the countries competing in Abu Dhabi are sending teams to the world games for the first time
Why was the FAA so late to deplane from Boeing’s 737 Max? The FAA's response to the two devastating crashes of involving Boeing's 737 Max aircraft raises questions about why U.S. regulators waited so long to ground the airplanes. It’s easy to criticize the FAA’s actions with the luxury of hindsight Trump also has pitched Boeing’s products to foreign leaders; while in Vietnam to negotiate with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, Trump witnessed a deal by two Vietnamese airlines to buy $15.7 billion worth of Boeing jets, including 100 737 Max models
Huge rare 'Elephant Queen' captured on camera Will Burrard-Lucas encountered a rare big tusker known as the "Elephant Queen" in Kenya before she died and took some incredible pictures. The animal was one of about 30 remaining in Africa. The Kenya-based non-profit organization works towards wildlife conservation Especially in this day and age where these elephants with long tusks are so rare The photographer says that elephants with tusks like the one are even rarer than the black leopard
The Bachelor's Colton & Cassie Celebrate Their Love in New York, Plus Kate Winslet, Jennifer Garner & More From Hollywood to New York and everywhere in between, see what your favorite stars are up to Advertisement 48 of 91 FB More What Chaos Advertisement Replay gallery Share the gallery Pinterest Facebook Up Next Cancel By Kate Hogan Kate Hogan By Sophie Dodd Sophie Dodd By Diane J. Cho @dianejcho Diane J. Cho Share the gallery Pinterest Facebook
Opinion | The West Doesn’t Want ISIS Members to Return. Why Should the Syrians Put Up With Them? British and American governments must take responsibility for their citizens who joined the Islamic State. A decision about their future should be made by the penal systems of their countries. She has expressed regret for her actions in recent interviews but I remember her as the Islamic State member, who used social media to call for murder and worked as a recruiter Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook , Twitter (@NYTopinion) and Instagram
36 Hours in St. Barts This tiny Caribbean paradise has almost fully rebounded from a devastating hit by Hurricane Irma; for visitors, that means endless beach-going, eating, drinking and shopping. 7) 3 p.m. Salt of the earth Drive 10 minutes from bustling Lorient over the spine of St Follow NY Times Travel on Twitter , Instagram and Facebook Get weekly updates from our Travel Dispatch newsletter, with tips on traveling smarter, destination coverage and photos from all over the world
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Doctors in Zimbabwe 'sending patients away to die' as drug shortages bite Senior doctors go on strike as president is warned that lack of medicine could lead to collapse of emergency services A doctors’ strike in Zimbabwe entered its second day on Wednesday with health workers claiming patients in the biggest state hospital are dying due to a lack of drugs and medical supplies Plans to float a new transitional currency introduced last month have been delayed
Where to stay and what to do in the Italian Lakes An insider's guide to the best places to stay in the Italian Lakes and what to do, eat and drink in the area. With a staff ratio of 3:1, the service is outstanding There’s a tennis court, indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room, gym and fitness trail It’s a lovely spot to sip on a refreshing Aperol Spritz, a wine-based cocktail, while looking out at the moored boats bobbing in the water
Top 10: the most romantic hotels in the Cotswolds An insider's guide to the most romantic hotels in the Cotswolds, including the best for historic interiors, luxurious rooms with four-poster beds and roll-top baths, sumptuous spas, beautiful gardens and gourmet dining, in Cheltenham, Kingham, Broadway, Tetbury, Southrop, Burford and Northleach. An insider's guide to the most romantic hotels in the Cotswolds, including the best for historic interiors, luxurious rooms with four-poster beds and roll-top baths, sumptuous spas, beautiful gardens and gourmet dining, in Cheltenham, Kingham, Broadway, Tetbury, Southrop, Burford and Northleach In the former garage below is the buzzy Crazy Eights bar where you can play billiards and enjoy a club-like atmosphere
The best things to see and do in Marrakech, from specialised souqs to colourful gardens Read our guide to the best attractions in Marrakech, as recommended by Telegraph Travel. Plan your trip with our expert reviews of the best things to see and do. But tear yourself away from the souqs and the shopping and you'll also find some fascinating historical sites such as the long-hidden tombs of the Saadian sultans, Yves St Laurent's artful Jardin Majorelle and the decorative jewel that is the Ali Ben Youssef Medersa
Icelandic towns complain to Google over maps that depict an eternal winter but this is not exactly the realistic picture that is from day to day Currently, tourists arrive into Reykjavik, the capital, and go little further than the south coast and the Golden Circle The tourist board is keen to encourage visitors to explore the east, north and west of Iceland, too
More travel chaos as French customs agents reject €14 million government offer Eurostar passengers in Paris and people using the Channel Tunnel faced yet more travel misery on Thursday after French customs officials rejected a €14 million offer from the French government, saying it was not enough. By early evening on Wednesday the line of trucks waiting to get to England through the tunnel had stretched to four kilometres (2.5 miles), the local prefecture said The customs agents are demanding an increase in overnight pay, a danger allowance, and more staff and resources to help with greater controls that will be put in place once Britain breaks away from the European Union, currently scheduled in just over two weeks When divided by the number of agents, there is not much left, he said
Google Maps Street View: Mystery behind uninhabited remote island photograph explained GOOGLE Maps Street View is a very useful tool for people looking to locate places and what they look like without having to travel. So why has Google decided to map this remote Pacific island with no streets on Street View - what’s the mystery behind it? The Hawaiian island measures only a half-mile square and is 40 feet above sea level Google's Trekker is worn as a backpack and captures 360-degree photos The right side of Mururoa looks entirely ordinary when viewed on Google Earth But the left side of the atoll, when looking at the map, has been blurred out by Google
25 People Who Know That You Can Change the World Only by Starting With Yourself While some people who are sick of the world around them keep repeating the phrase, “Stop the bus, I want to get off,” and dream about moving to Mars, others continue to change the world for the better. In fact, it’s not that difficult — all you need to do is pay more attention to the environment, not pass by others when they are in trouble, help those who need it, and simply not feel shy about doing kind things. 25 People Who Know That You Can Change the World Only by Starting With Yourself 0 0 0 0 2 While some people who are sick of the world around them keep repeating the phrase, Stop the bus, I want to get off, and dream about moving to Mars, others continue to change the world for the better © kronoSZg / Reddit   This awesome stranger turned around in traffic today to tow my stuck car out of an empty lot
Couple who left their high-flying careers to sail around the world   Jess Lloyd-Mostyn, now 36, from London and her husband James, 48, left their demanding careers for a simpler life and travel around the world with their three kids that they've had while travelling. ‘It doesn’t mean you get nonchalant about any of the safety kit She admits although they have mortgages on both properties, by being mindful of how they spend their money, they have actually managed to save cash while they’ve been away Or finding ourselves a plot of land and build a tree house there.’
Pound to euro exchange rate: GBP soars as MPs vote against no deal Brexit - what next? THE POUND has jumped up after Parliament rejected a no deal Brexit in the House of Commons last night. The move signalled a lower risk of a chaotic departure from the EU - so how does this affect British holidaymakers? The currency expert added: As the world reacts to the outcome of the vote and the UK continues on the unprecedented journey of Brexit, it’s likely we’ll see the pendulum swing again for the pound Today, the Post Office is offering a euro rate of €1.1272 for over £400 and a rate of €1.1400 for over £1,000