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What Are The Best And Worst Days To Travel This Holiday Season?

If you hate a crowded airport, then you’re going to really hate traveling for the holidays, but as Jen Markham (@jenmarkham) explains, the difference between a mob scene at the airport and an empty terminal could be a simple as the day you choose to fly.

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Check Out These Fall Deals!

Fall is the season that everyone wants to be outside. Between the great weather and changing colors, Windstream has deals that will allow you to get your work done and get out and enjoy the weather at the same time.

Wow! World's Fastest Train Takes You A Mile In 10 Seconds

The Japanese Maglev train crushed its own world record by traveling at 374 miles per hour for nearly 11 seconds.

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Flogging Case Strains UK-Saudi Relations

The case of a 74-year-old British man sentenced to 350 lashes in Saudi Arabia for having wine comes at a strained time for Saudi-UK relations.

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'DWTS' Host Tom Bergeron Dedicates Last Night's Show to His Late Father

'Dancing With The Stars' host Tim Bergeron dedicated last night’s show to his father, who sadly passed away this week.

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Watch A Giant Panda Give Birth To Twin Cubs

A giant panda at Toronto Zoo has given birth to two cubs, the first ever to be born in Canada.

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Clinton seeks to move past email woes in Democratic debate

Democrats Debate: Clinton seeks to move past email woes; Sanders looks to broaden appeal

Fine 15: #1 New England Patriots

The MMQB's Peter King names the No. 1 team on this week's Fine 15, the New England Patriots.

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Bush offers plan to repeal, replace federal health care law

In New Hampshire, Bush offers a 'conservative vision' of health care insurance for the future

Wild aurochs-like cattle reintroduced in Czech Republic

Recreated cattle breed closely related to extinct aurochs help save Czech biodiversity

Locally Crafted. Windstream in Your Neighborhood.

Windstream is proud of the communities we serve. That’s why we’re showcasing different faces and places from around the country with Locally Crafted.

Snapchat closes Snap Channel on Discover, layoffs expected

Snapchat winds down own Snap Channel on Discover platform, about a dozen layoffs possible

Parents charged with fatally beating son in New York church

Couple charged with fatally beating son in central New York church; 4 charged with assault

Memphis Chief: Not Enough Eivdence For Murder Charge In Cop Death

Memphis police chief says there's not enough evidence for murder charge in officer's death.

Woman Sues Nephew For Friendly Greeting

Woman sues nephew for $127K, says exuberant greeting at his 8th-birthday party led to fall.

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Minute of Silence for Ankara Victims Interrupted By Crowd

A minute of silence for the victims of the Ankara bombing was interrupted at a Turkish football game by a whistling crowd.

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Hillary Clinton Slams Donald Trump in Front of His Own Hotel

Hilary Clinton slams her opponent in the presidential race, Donald Trump, in front of his own hotel! Talk about a burn!

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Jay Z attends start of trial over 1999 hit "Big Pimpin' "

Jay Z attends start of copyright infringement trial over 1999 hit "Big Pimpin' "

Howard returns to US, but Costa Rica wins 1-0

Howard returns to US for 1st time in 15 month as Americans lose to Costa Rica 1-0

Dodgers' Hopes Now Rest on Clayton Kershaw

Sports Illustrated's Ben Reiter and Jon Tayler discuss the New York Mets 13-7 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 3 of the NLDS and if Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke can pull L.A. out of this hole.

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California's sweeping new social policies could set trend

Lawmakers, interest groups hope California's sweeping new social policies will set the trend