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Hyatt reports RevPAR rebound in first quarter
The company posted a net loss of $304 million for the quarter, but leadership noted occupancy numbers are trending upward.
Moisturizing Lip Oils That'll Convince You to Say Goodbye to Lip Gloss Forever
So that 2000s aesthetic is coming back full force-complete with glossy lips. Except this time, it isn't lip gloss that's doing the glossy. If you lived through the lip gloss...
Red, white and blue: Carnival Cruise Line will give its ships a hull makeover
Carnival Cruise Line will roll out the hull design of its newest ship, the Mardi Gras, to the rest of its fleet.
From Red Centre to Red Necks
Glittering quartz, starry blackness, baby blue polyester, backgammon marathons, icy bicycles, campsite bars, banana factories, Buffaroos, aboriginal artwork & Uluru. In 1993 it...
Chance to shoot bison at Grand Canyon draws 45k applicants
More than 45,000 people have applied for one of a dozen spots to help thin a herd of bison at Grand Canyon National Park
The 15 Best Wireless Headphones for Every Budget
Hexagonal pods define this Ian Burrow-designed house for sale
Forty years after designing this house, architect Ian Burrow was called back to oversee a renovation, ensuring none of the original character was lost.
Everything changed for Georgina Robb when she found a small lump while...
“I swing between accepting this, and then asking what have I done wrong in life to get this,” mother-of-two Georgina Robb says.
Gymnasts takes a stand against sexualization with 'new kind of uniform'
A group of German gymnasts aimed to send a message against the sexualization of female gymnasts by wearing full-body leotards during the European championships.
Baseball has become a pitchers' game, and MLB needs to fix that
With strikeouts on the rise, MLB should consider moving the mound back.