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    PHILADELPHIA -- You could call it the perfect storm for the airline industry and consumers: bad weather, staffing shortages and high fuel prices.Travel expert Henry Harteveldt has a pretty grim warning for those who plan to travel this summer."The summer of 2022 is likely going to go down as one of the most miserable summers for travel," said Harteveldt, the president and travel industry analyst at Atmosphere Research Group.According to Harteveldt, things are only getting worse."What we have is an unfortunate confluence of several problems. First, bad weather. But the bad weather problems are compounded by staffing shortages both at the FAA and several air traffic control centers and at the airlines themselves," he says.According to FlightAware, from Friday to Sunday, there were 2,867 cancellations from flights flying within the United States. That is 4% of the total scheduled flights. There were also 16,742 delayed arrivals (26%) with an average delay time of 53 minutes.For just Saturday and Sunday, there were 1,544 cancellations from flights flying into, out of, or within the United States. That is 4% of the total...
    Former President Donald Trump’s bombshell interview with Piers Morgan for the new Talk TV finally aired on Monday night and offered no shortage of big moments. In one of the more stunning exchanges, Trump tied the brutal Russian invasion of Ukraine to his ongoing allegations of fraud in the 2020 presidential election. The 2020 election was a point of major contention in the interview, in which Trump calls Morgan a “fool” for believing the election was fair, and Trump can be seen ending abruptly in the various promotional clips for the show. Piers Morgan’s interview with Donald Trump in 1 minute. If the mainstream media and tech giants had not suppressed the Hunter Biden laptop story, would Trump have won in 2020? Watch TalkTV live ???? https://t.co/[email protected] | @PiersUncensored | #TalkTV pic.twitter.com/TxyMovVmN4 — TalkTV (@TalkTV) April 26, 2022 Morgan listed the atrocities being committed by Russia in Ukraine and asked Trump, “Would you agree with my assessment that Putin is now an evil, genocidal monster?” “Yeah, I do, sure. Who wouldn’t?” Trump responded. “What’s happening is horrible, when you...
    People working in agriculture, construction, hospitals and other jobs that expose them to formaldehyde may suffer cognitive problems, a new study reveals. Formaldehyde is a pungent-smelling colorless gas that is commonly used as an industrial fungicide, germicide and disinfectant. A team of scientists led by the University of Montpellier in France found people exposed to the gas score lower on cognitive tests than those who do not breathing in the potentially toxic fumes. The study was conducted among 75,322 people in France with an average age of 25 and 6,026 of the participants worked with formaldehyde.  Following several cognitive tests, researchers found people who were exposed to formaldehyde on the job had, on average, a 17 percent higher risk of having thinking and memory problems compared to those who were not exposed.  Their occupations included nurses, caregivers, medical technicians, workers in the textile, chemistry and metal industries, carpenters and cleaners. Following several cognitive tests, researchers found people who were exposed to formaldehyde on the job had, on average, a 17 percent higher risk of having thinking and memory problems compared...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Another person has died in the custody of the Department of Correction, this time at the Vernon C. Bain Center in the Bronx. The cause of death for 34-year-old Stephen Khadu is under investigation. He was held since December 2019 on second-degree murder charges. This comes as calls for reform, especially on Rikers Island, get even louder. CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas has more on those impacted and how they’re worried about who could be next. “What goes through my mind is that I’ll get that phone call, that he’s gone. That’s what goes through my mind every single moment,” one mother said. READ MORE: Mayor De Blasio Announces Changes To Intake At Rikers Island After Isaabdul Karim’s Death, 12th In Last 12 Months She is very worried about her son, who has been on Rikers Island for the last week. “He has seen people attack each other to the point of … he can’t tell if they’re alive or dead,” the woman said. READ MORE: Mayor De Blasio Announces Emergency Plan For Rikers Island After Wave Of Violence She...
    A concert at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre outside Denver.John P Kelly | The Image Bank Unreleased | Getty Images With the pandemic upending where Americans live and work, many now face the dizzying maze of income tax issues. However, workers in some industries, such as entertainment, have been dealing with these problems for years. Touring musicians, TV anchors, athletes, film crew and other entertainment professionals working throughout the U.S. have grappled with tax issues long before Covid-19, financial experts say. Entertainers and sports professionals are often caught in the web of various state and local income taxes, said Chris Cooper, a certified financial planner at Chris Cooper & Company in San Diego. More from Personal Finance:Working remotely? Your 2021 taxes may be more complicatedSome states now offer certain business owners a workaround for SALT cap Senate proposal to overhaul tax break for pass-through businesses Typically, workers owe taxes in their home state, where they spend most of their time, own a home, register a car, vote and more. When they work and pay levies elsewhere, some states have reciprocal...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Congressman Danny Davis is among those urging community support for Loretto Hospital, in the midst of a vaccine scandal that prompted the city to cut off its supply of shots, and led to the resignation of West Side hospital’s chief operating officer. Davis said no one should give up on the hospital no matter what. READ MORE: 8-Month-Old Braiden Waters Found After Abduction From Dolton “We know that there have been problems. We don’t deny that at all. But I do know that there are efforts underway to correct whatever those problems have been. We want to undergird this institution with confidence and with enough support that it does not become a marginal hospital,” Davis said. READ MORE: Hundreds Rally In Chinatown To Stand Up Against Violence, Hate Crimes Targeting Asian Community; We Should All Be Speaking As One Loretto is under fire, accused of giving shots to ineligible but well-connected people, including employees of Trump Tower, Cook County judges, members of a suburban church, employees of a luxury watch and jewelry store on the Gold Coast,...
    New York : Rocío Sánchez Azuara He returned to television with his new program ‘Acércate a Rocío’, a talk show in which real-life cases are analyzed, with people experiencing injustice, a format in which he has already participated in various Mexican television stations. However, his return was not entirely positive, as she was accused of paying people to fake their cases who are not actually experiencing a problem and who are only acting under a script. Faced with this controversy, the driver decided to attack the attackers totally live in his program this Thursday, March 11 and expressed: “I want to silence a little those rumors that have already started. You cannot do things well because the dogs are already barking. They have already started saying that the cases are false. No gentlemen! ”She declared furious. He even showed the IDs of his guests in order to verify that people are not being paid or lending themselves to present false cases. “The dream of Rocío Sánchez Azuara and of this production, which we are working with all our hearts,...
    Last Friday, Minister De Jong (Public Health) finalized the vaccination strategy for the use of the Astra vaccine. Following the advice of the Health Council, in addition to the elderly between the ages of 60 and 64, health workers and medical risk groups will be vaccinated this quarter. Employees in nursing home care for the disabled, community nursing and psychiatric institutions receive their vaccine through GGT. Other groups are vaccinated with GPS. Since there are not enough vaccines available to start all the regions at the same time, the injection program will be limited to GPs in Zealand. They start with medical risk groups and 63 and 64 year olds. Then it was the turn of 60-, 61- and 62-year-olds. Under Initially, it was determined that this included four clinical pictures of clinical risk groups: kidney patients, organ or bone marrow transplant patients, those with immunocompromised diseases, and those with lymphoma or leukemia over the past five years. On Thursday, three patient groups were added to the category: those with Down’s syndrome, those with neurological disorders (causing respiratory problems) and...
    SACRAMENTO —  Nearly a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, California’s beleaguered unemployment benefits system remains mired in dysfunction, leaving many jobless workers in dire straits after their efforts to receive financial assistance have been stymied by jammed phone lines, overwhelmed staff and failed technology. Millions of out-of-work Californians are still waiting for money they desperately need to feed and clothe their families and avoid ending up on the streets. Payments have instead gone to fulfill fraudulent claims filed in the names of prison inmates, infants, retirees and people living in other states, with a deluge of applications for benefits coming from criminal gangs operating in Russia, China and Nigeria. Adding insult to injury, state officials acknowledged this week that more than $11 billion in benefits were paid on fraudulent claims during the last year — some 10% of all money paid — and another $19 billion is under investigation for potential fraud. Now, two new state audits have confirmed what many lawmakers feared was true: The state Employment Development Department failed to prepare for the unprecedented flood of unemployment claims...
    Coronavirus patients with persistent but mild symptoms who are left to recover at home more likely to be suffering with bad health three months later than those with more serious conditions who were treated in hospital, a study has found.  Researchers at the Radboud University Medical Center in the Netherlands assessed 124 patients several weeks after recovery. Patients were compared based on disease severity, the condition of their lungs and general health.  In total, 27 patients developed mild symptoms, 51 had moderate cases, 26 were classed as 'severe' and 20 were deemed 'critical'.  In the majority of all patients the lungs recovered well, but the impact on other aspects of their health was more significant for people with mild and drawn out cases, who had mostly been left to recover at home.  The most common long-term issues were fatigue, shortness of breath and chest pains.    In the majority of all coronavirus patients the lungs recovered well but the impact on other aspects of health was more significant for people with mild and drawn out cases (stock) Three months after...
    Wisconsin could be the next state added to the Chicago travel quarantine order, which poses some problems for Chicagoans used to crossing the border often.The sidewalks of downtown Lake Geneva have been busy, and since the state opened back up it has attracted tourists anxious for a taste of normalcy. But Wisconsin's COVID-19 cases are also on the rise."I think it will adversely affect a number of businesses," said Former Lake Geneva Mayor Tom Hartz.Hartz owns the Simple Café in Lake Geneva and is doing good business since the state's reopening. A travel quarantine could be a problem for him, and also for Stateline Midwives who counts many of their clients as from Chicago."Our client load has significantly increased because of COVID," said Kristy Hinz of Stateline Midwives." I think it would make families might feel more limited because they couldn't see their midwives on a regular basis."Tuesday Chicago added Kansas to the emergency travel order, making it 18 states where visitors returning to Chicago are required to quarantine.Chicago quarantine: Kansas added to city's travel order for states with surging...
    People who get divorced are more likely to die than heavy drinkers, people with money problems and those who never got married in the first place, a study has shown. Scientists revealed the disparity after asking 13,611 American adults aged between 50 and 104 about their lives over the previous 16 years, between 1992 and 2008. They then collected data on those that died between 2008 and 2014, either through national mortality records or interviews with relatives. Participants were quizzed on 57 different socioeconomic factors including unemployment history, food bank use and life satisfaction, while medical and biological measures were excluded.  Perhaps unsurprisingly, the number one cause of an early death was found to be smoking, almost doubling the risk to individuals. However, divorce came in second, ahead of alcohol abuse, financial difficulties and unemployment and even never having been married in the first place.  Previous studies have also shown that divorcees are more likely to suffer from heavy drinking and money problems - potentially exacerbating the problem.  Scientists revealed the disparity after questioning 13,611 American adults aged between...
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