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Thursday, 20 September 2012

Thursday, September 20, 2012
The strangest of America's National Monuments serve as a reminder that the diversity of this vast country is not merely demographic and geographic, it is also ecological and geological. Moonscapes dot Idaho and the bottom of the Pacific Ocean is filled with sharks that owe their safety to President Bush.
PHOTOS: The World's Weirdest Museums
Flight Attendant Fight Causes Delay
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PHOTOS: Frank Lloyd Wright Mother Lode
Dwight Brown: Toronto's Lights Are Brightest Downtown
As the chopper returns, you'll get gorgeous views of the Toronto Islands, the largest urban car-free community in North America and perhaps Toronto's best geographical treasure.
Oyster: Inside The Presidential Candidates' Campaign Hotels (PHOTOS)
Election season is heating up and the two have been on the campaign trail for months, spending night after night on the road in hotels across the country.
U.S. News Travel: America's Best Family Road Trips (PHOTOS)
A look at a few of America's best family-friendly road trips.
Richard Bangs: Which Airline Has Made The Biggest Comeback? (PHOTOS)
Why do so many airlines, lifted with initial promise and hope, end up shuttered or absorbed on the ground? Sometimes it is bad luck or timing, politics or bad business decisions. However it begins, when an airline starts its descent, it is difficult to lift the nose and wheel the clouds again. This airline, though, is different.
Fathom: A Weekend In Enchanting Santa Fe
I witness a spectacular show on the ride from the airport, a distant storm pouncing on the terrain, blowing dust and fueling lightning strikes.

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