10 things to know for Friday, Feb. 14: Analysis shows staggering number of canceled flights
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Airlines have eliminated more than 74,000 since Dec. 1. That’s 5.5 percent of all flights, and the most in more than 25 years.
Another wintry mix hit the mid-Atlantic and Northeast during the night, making travel treacherous once again.
Virginia becomes the first state in the South to have a voter-approved prohibition on same sex marriage overturned.
There’s a social stigma attached to having surgery to lose weight, but biggest reason is few insurers will pay for the procedure.
Predictably, perhaps, people took to the Internet Thursday to vent, citing high prices, missed appointments and fear of a monopoly.
Two blind, aging cows, both rescued from the slaughterhouse, find companionship at animal sanctuary in New York.
City is building district dedicated to the industry, and officials hope to make it a base for designers on par with Paris and New York.
British Guiana One-Cent Magenta has broken the auction record three times. It should fetch more than $10 million when it’s sold in June.
It’s the key to building language and vocabulary skills. And forget “baby talk” ; long, complex sentences are good.
It’s a pizza that will last up to three years. Soldiers have asked for such a meal ready to eat since canned food in combat zones went away in 1981.