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Points of Interest: Rapture, Zombies and Black Holes -- Another Day in CNN's Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Coverage

by Zach Everson. Posted Mar 21st 2014 09:46 AM
AFP/Getty ImagesChinese plainclothes security block photos of a man trying to hand out leaflets to journalists with his theory about the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 at a hotel in Beijing on March 21, 2014.
CNN delving into theories about the rapture, zombies and black holes for the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is among today's points of interest.
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7 Places to Detox in the New Year

by Anna Brones. Posted Dec 31st 2013 10:30 AM
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Now that you've gotten all the gluttonous end-of-year endeavors out of your system, it's time to kick of 2014 with a fresh start. It's time to detox. Be it from food, social media or work, we could all use a break, a chance to take a deep breath and refresh. These seven spots are sure to pull you away from everyday life and leave you feeling fresh and new.
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Machu Picchu 100 Years After Hiram Bingham: She's Still Got It.

by Andrew Burmon. Posted Jul 8th 2011 08:30 AM


Travel writers who made the trek to Peru for the 100th anniversary celebration of Hiram Bingham's arrival at Machu Picchu are facing a dilemma, whether or not to put the word discovery in quotes. As more than a few scribblers have rightly observed, the American merely followed native guides to the abandoned city: His revelation was their morning stroll.
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Where to Go in May

by Elizabeth Brady. Posted Apr 20th 2011 02:40 PM
where to go in may

Cynewulf, Flickr

For travelers who are too impatient to wait for summer to start, or eager to take advantage of time off during Memorial Day weekend, May is just around the corner. When planning travels, it's important to keep in mind that international destinations (especially those on the Mediterranean, Caribbean and in the Northern Andes) experience ideal weather conditions in May. And since summer rates don't kick in until mid-June, it's possible to travel in May and avoid the inflated costs of summer.
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Top travel tips from Lonely Planet's CEO Matt Goldberg

by Don George. Posted Jan 12th 2011 05:52 PM
Top travel tips from Lonely Planet's CEO Matt Goldberg

Matt Goldberg, Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet is one of the most widely used and highly regarded travel publishers in the world. I asked the company's CEO, Matt Goldberg, to share his top travel tips and experiences.
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