Woman who went overboard on P&O cruise jumped, police say: ‘This wasn’t an accident’

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Natasha Schofield went overboard from the Pacific Dawn on Thursday afternoon, prompting a search and rescue mission that lasted until Friday morning.  (Facebook) Shocking new details have emerged concerning the woman who went overboard from a P&O cruise liner off the coast of New Caledonia on Thursday. Police in Queensland, Australia, say the woman, identified
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Some visa applicants may have to fork over social media information to State Dept.

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The State Dept. is proposing that foreign visitors and people planning to immigrate to the US, provide links to various social media accounts in order to obtain visas.  (AP/File Photo) The State Department is expected to publish a set of proposals Friday that would require some tourists and immigrants to provide information on their social media
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Recent airline controversies | Fox News

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From a lawyer who claims United Airlines gave her seat away to a Democratic congresswoman, to a singer allegedly barred from an airline lounge over her footwear, airline controversies are neither few nor far between. The rising prominence of social media, and a near-monopoly of the airline industry, are contributing to the growing news of
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From bans on plastic bags to preventing the sale of foie gras, California towns have enacted plenty of new rules within the past few years in hopes of improving both the environment and quality of life. Despite these efforts, the Golden State has somehow still ranked dead last – behind New Jersey and Indiana – among U.S. states
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Winter storms have grounded flights at New York’s LaGuardia Airport more than once since the beginning of 2018.  (Reuters) When it comes to flight cancellations, how does your airport stack up? A new study by InsureMyTrip.com broke down which airports in the United States had the highest percentage of canceled trips. New York City’s LaGuardia Airport had the highest
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