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  • A Vermont insider shares her secrets
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    A Vermont insider shares her secrets

    Almost every time Andrea Todd starts to talk, she's usually talking about something that makes her happy. And then she laughs -- and laughs and laughs. Whether she's picking apples during the fall harvest, grabbing her bathing suit for a quick dip at Shelburne Beach or riding her bike in all four seasons -- yes, when it's snowing -- Andrea Todd is always ready to have a good time. And laughing about it. Not at you. She's always laughing with you. Like many Vermonters, she has a couple of day jobs, including her own tutoring business and landscape gardening. But it's her happy soul and waves of laughter that will sweep you up and take you along for the ride. A recipe for joy "I gravitate toward

  • Easter Island: A Popular Theory About Its Ancient People Might be Wrong
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    Easter Island: A Popular Theory About Its Ancient People Might be Wrong

    "Rapa Nui is not a story about collapse, but about survival!"

  • This new luxury handbag line combines Silicon Valley smarts with old world craftsmanship
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    This new luxury handbag line combines Silicon Valley smarts with old world craftsmanship

    CNN Underscored partnered with Senreve to create this content. When you make a purchase, CNN receives revenue. CNN news staff is not involved at all in the selections or product reviews. For more on what we do and how we do it, visit our About Us page. If you're going to drop a couple of hundred dollars on a handbag, you want it to make a statement. But being Instagram-ready isn't enough anymore. We need our stuff to be functional, too. In other words: We want to have it all. The problem is many brands still haven't got the memo. It's 2018 and we're still fishing around in our totes like Ahab looking for his whale. And how many times have you ditched the bag you adore because it's too much of

  • Jerusalem-based Fox News reporter suddenly resigns after 9 years
    Daily Mail

    Jerusalem-based Fox News reporter suddenly resigns after 9 years

    Fox News' Jerusalem correspondent Conor Powell has announced he is resigning from the cable news network and imminently flying back to the US with his family. In a single, eye-raising post to Facebook about his seemingly abrupt departure from Fox News, he wrote: 'After nearly 9 years I have decided to resign from Fox News. Those of you who have spoken to me in recent months, you will understand why I am leaving FNC.'   He continued: 'To my many friends at the channel I wish you the best of luck.'   The correspondent added he is now looking for new work. He wrote: 'If anyone knows of any jobs in media and journalism please contact me.' He concluded that his family will also be uprooted from his

  • CNN plans a farewell season of Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown'
    Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

    CNN plans a farewell season of Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown'

    Two months have passed since CNN broke the news that Anthony Bourdain died by suicide in France while filming his hit series “Parts Unknown.” But his presence at the network hasn't diminished. There are still pictures and posters of the dynamic, globe-trotting chef throughout the cable news network's headquarters in Manhattan. One has a heart scribbled on it, a testament to how Bourdain was a beloved figure in the company. Another looms large on the office wall of Amy Entelis, the executive vice president who launched “Parts Unknown” in 2013. “We sometimes feel like it didn't really happen,” Entelis said of Bourdain's death. “Sometimes a thought runs through your head thinking that maybe it's

  • CNN News BACKLASH: GOP pundit CALLS OUT left-wingers who rage at Trump supporters
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    CNN News BACKLASH: GOP pundit CALLS OUT left-wingers who rage at Trump supporters

    Mr Holmes, who served as Chief of Staff to Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, said his former boss had repeatedly been "intimidated" in public by demonstrators protesting President Trump's immigration policy. He continued: "You mentioned my former boss, Senator McConnell, and I don't think he has had lunch in three weeks without being heckled by a crowd of anti-ICE protestors who are trying to disrupt his lunch and everybody else's there. "Trying to bully people and try to get people basically intimidated. There is no place [for that] in a society that is built on the rule of law, our respect of others." President Trump's son first shared the video of supporters' chanting "CNN sucks" on

  • Rajasthan by rail: All aboard the Maharajas' Express
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    Rajasthan by rail: All aboard the Maharajas' Express

    "The romance to it -- I would recommend it to anyone for traveling around somewhere like (India) because you get to see so many places," says Joanna Newman, a passenger from England. "You feel as though you are part of it. You're not flying over it, you're not driving, you are just there." The royal experience Instead of crowded quarters, travelers will find opulent interiors, an on-board chef and a roughly 3:4 staff-to-guest ratio. In addition to attentive service, the train also delivers opulent Indian aesthetics. The "Heritage of India" route includes a stop at the Taj Mahal. The dining rooms, for example, feature peacock motifs and rich fabrics, while bedrooms are kitted out with gold-hued

  • Striking infrared photographs retell the horror of D-Day
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    Striking infrared photographs retell the horror of D-Day

    Voice Memo is a series of phone conversations between CNN Style journalists and image-makers around the world. Click here for more. At the height of World War II, the US military commissioned Kodak to produce a new type of color film that could capture infrared waves invisible to the human eye. The resulting photographs, taken during aerial reconnaissance missions, allowed allied forces to distinguish between foliage and the enemy camouflage it concealed. Now, more than seven decades on, photographic artist Lynda Laird has used precisely the same technology to retell one of the conflict's defining episodes. Her images of abandoned bunkers were taken along the Normandy coast, where the D-Day landings

  • Fake CNN website claimed Elon Musk was leaving Tesla
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    Fake CNN website claimed Elon Musk was leaving Tesla

    Elon Musk has not announced plans to leave Tesla to start a digital currency company despite a false report circulating online. The report, carried on a webpage made to look like the CNN Tech site, claims that Musk is leaving his job as CEO of the company so he can focus on "Bitcoin Profit," which is described as "a new company that he thinks will change the world." Links in the story for Bitcoin Profit redirect the user to advertisements or video streaming sites. A similar report made headlines in September and has circulated since then, sometimes with slightly different details. Kamran Mumtaz, a spokesman for Tesla, said the reports are false. CNN said the story and graphics published on the

  • CNN Chief Jeff Zucker to Take Leave for Heart Surgery
    Variety

    CNN Chief Jeff Zucker to Take Leave for Heart Surgery

    Jeff Zucker, the guiding force behind AT&T’s well-known CNN news operation, will take a six-week leave from the company to deal with heart surgery. A CNN spokeswoman confirmed the details included in a Thurday-morning tweet by Brian Stelter, the network’s media correspondent. Zucker, CNN Worldwide’s president, will undergo elective surgery to address a condition he […]