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Atlanta airport plans for busy end to Fourth of July travel rush

Holiday travel rush wraps Tuesday at Atlanta airport Officials at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport expect Tuesday to be another busy travel day as people head home from their Fourth of July vacations. ATLANTA – Officials at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport expect Tuesday to be another busy travel day as people head home from their Fourth …

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Flight cancellations ease slightly as July 4 weekend ends

DALLAS (AP) — Travelers flying home from July Fourth getaways faced flight delays Monday, but airlines were canceling fewer flights than in the days leading up to the holiday weekend. Since holiday weekend travel picked up on Thursday, airlines have canceled more than 2,200 US flights, and another 25,000 were delayed. Airports were packed. More …

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Dior does folklore in Paris couture, riffing on Ukraine art

PARIS (AP) — Images of traditional embroideries and floral paintings adorned the walls of Dior’s celebrity-laden runway homage to Ukraine as Paris’ four-day Couture Week kicked off Monday. The set, from Ukrainian artist Olesia Trofymenko, was the starting point for designer Maria Grazia Chiuri who returned this season to the atelier’s needle-and-thread. It made for …

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Man found at Taylor Swift properties faces stalking charges

NEW YORK (AP) — A 35-year-old New York man is facing trespassing and stalking charges after authorities said he entered two New York City residences linked to the famed singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. Police say the suspect, who was arrested Friday, entered one of the residential buildings, located in the city’s Tribeca neighborhood, on March 26. …

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Holiday getaway pushes US airport traffic to pandemic high

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — The Fourth of July holiday weekend is jamming US airports with their biggest crowds since the pandemic began in 2020. About 2.49 million passengers went through security checkpoints at US airports Friday, surpassing the previous pandemic-era record of 2.46 million reached earlier in the week, according to figures released Saturday by …

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There may be another shoe to drop after Micron’s big outlook miss

Micron Technology Inc. delivered an outlook that fell far short of the consensus view, prompting questions about how the memory market will fare in a downturn. The company expects August-quarter revenue of $6.8 billion to $7.6 billion, whereas analysts tracked by FactSet had been modeling $9.15 billion. Micron’s chief executive acknowledged that “the industry demand …

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Amazon, Rite Aid cap purchase of emergency contraceptives

NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon is limiting how many emergency contraceptives consumers can buy, joining other retailers who put in place similar caps following the Supreme Court decision overruling Roe v. wade. Amazon’s limit, which temporarily caps purchase of the contraceptives at three units per week, went into effect on Monday, a spokesperson for the …

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Taco Bell and Cheez-It have tongues wagging with new tostada on a giant cracker

Taco Bell can’t get enough Cheez — and neither can Twitter. The Yum! Brands YUM, +0.31% Tex-Mex chain has teamed up with Kellogg’s K, +1.06% Cheez-It for a new menu item that they’re testing in California: the Big Cheez-It Tostada. Basically, the $2.49 dish piles seasoned beef, reduced-fat sour cream, fresh diced tomatoes, crisp lettuce …

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‘It’s nuts’: Real estate agents describe chaos in New York City’s hot rental market

Renting an apartment in New York City this summer? Say hello to sky-high prices and a fight to the finish. Amid the heat and the occasional rain, there’s a mad scramble to rent affordable apartments in Gotham, which has been undersupplied for many years. Real estate agents describe the mayhem when it comes to prices. …

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