Air travel to the United States for Thanksgiving is expected to be the busiest since the start of the pandemic

CHICAGO, Nov. 24 (Reuters) – United States flights and airports are having one of their busiest days since before the pandemic on Wednesday as millions take to the plane to visit their families for the Thanksgiving holiday. Anticipating higher demand, US carriers are operating at their highest capacity on Wednesday …

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How to Design Indigenous Housing to Withstand Climate Change

Take the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) lands in northwest South Australia, where maximum temperatures are rising. Summer periods of sustained high temperatures start earlier and last longer. A rapidly warming planet presents a significant challenge for the design, delivery and maintenance of habitable housing across Australia. Yet few analyzes consider …

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Class Action Lawsuit Against Washington State’s Long-Term Care Law | Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Seyfarth Synopsis: A class action lawsuit has been filed against the Washington State Long Term Services and Support Act (the “Law”) which requires every worker in Washington to pay $ 0.58 per $ 100 (0 , 58%) of wages to a trust set aside to provide long-term care benefits to …

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How automated invoice payment software simplifies and secures your customers’ back office processes

Bill.com makes it easier for you to explain the benefits of automated bill payment technology to your customers. Photo courtesy of Maksym Kaharlytskyi via Unsplash The invention of the barcode and scanner did for supermarkets exactly what automated bill payment does for family offices and wealth management companies. How? ‘Or’ …

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If tree falls on Porta-Potty, non-compensable injury, Tennessee High Court finds

If a tree falls on a worker while taking a bathroom break, the resulting injury is not necessarily compensable, the Tennessee Supreme Court has ruled. In Brett Rosasco v. West Knoxville Painters and State Farm Fire and Casualty Co., the court ruled on Friday that Rosasco may have been within …

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El Salvador announces its intention to build a so-called “Bitcoin City”

The President of El Salvador has announced an ambitious plan to build a so-called “Bitcoin City” in which cryptocurrency will be the only legal tender. President Nayib Bukele made the announcement on Saturday evening, saying the new city would be fully fledged. The city will include residential and commercial areas, …

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Lawyers Can Help Solve Workers’ Compensation Problems | Legal matters

Getting injured and needing medical attention can be a scary thing. It can be even scarier if it happens in your workplace. While this is not a relatively common event, when it does, it can lead to a lot of uncertainty as to what will happen next. Joe Hahn, Self-Employed …

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How NFT Blockchain Is A New World Order Brewing For Art Like Never Before

The past decade has witnessed an unprecedented change in the way people around the world approach money and finances. When blockchain technology, the holy grail of record keeping systems, arrived 10 years ago, it paved the way for cryptocurrency. READ ALSO: Amitabh Bachchan to sell NFTs, throws weight behind crypto …

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These people were able to transfer their wages from big cities to more affordable cities

Alejandra McLatchie loves that her new home sits on two acres of land, with a pool and chicken coop, just a 10 minute walk to a lake. In June, she and her family moved to Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia, about 25 minutes from Halifax, abandoning their long daily commutes to …

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Students express frustration with the transit system

Students new and old waited for the new Tiger Transit buses as they crossed the country from California to campus in early August. However, three months later, students reported several qualms with the new buses, as well as the Tiger Transit system. In a recent Plainsman poll, students submitted their …

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