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John Bolton pushing Trump to withdraw from Russian nuclear arms treaty

Exclusive: national security adviser recommends ending intermediate-range nuclear forces treaty over alleged Russia violationsJohn Bolton is pushing for the US to withdraw from a cold war era arms control treaty with Russia, in the face of resistance from others in the Trump administration and US allies, according to sources briefed on the ...

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Tattoos at sea: Virgin Voyages to feature a tattoo parlor on its first cruise ship

Start-up cruise line Virgin Voyages on Thursday announced its soon-to-debut first vessel, Scarlet Lady, would have a tattoo parlor.        

Spider-Man Tom Holland reveals new suit on Jimmy Kimmel show - CNET

Then he has to run off, because Thanos is robbing a bank.

Watch: Tom Holland wears new 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' suit on 'Jimmy Kimmel'

Tom Holland wore the new superhero suit he will be donning in Marvel's "Spider-Man: Far From Home" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

Politico /
Can The Oil Threat Spare Saudi Arabia from America’s Wrath?

Threatening a price hike might work in the short term, but it would come with serious costs to the kingdom’s reputation as a moderating influence on ...

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Alaska Airlines is latest to hike bag fees, matching competitors

Alaska Airlines will charge $30 for the first checked bag and $40 for the second bag for tickets, in line with higher new fees at American, United ...

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Cruise giant Carnival joins list of lines raising service charge and gratuity rates

Carnival Cruise Line is joining Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line in hiking service charges fees for the coming year.        

Cramer: The Fed may already be winning the war against inflation and needs to pause the rate hikes

Jim Cramer points to "pockets of weakness" in the U.S. economy and questions the Federal Reserve's plans to hike rates three more times in 2019.

Reuters /
Presidency 'within reach,' Brazil's Bolsonaro is on 'cruise control'

Brazilian far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro said on Wednesday that electoral victory was "within reach" and his campaign team said it had now switched to "cruise control" as it seeks to avoid hiccups and glide to the finish line.

Ex-colleague of Netflix's CEO: Investors who fear the stock's high valuation are making a big mistake

"Many people have made the wrong bets," on Netflix throughout the years, says Paul Holland. "You just don't understand how large ...

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The 15 coolest places to drink at sea

Grabbing a drink on a cruise ship has never been more fun as Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Norwegian and other lines debut ever more innovative ...

USA Today /
30 cruise ship attractions that will blow your mind

Cruise lines have rolled out a wide array of new gee-whiz attractions atop ships in recent years, from skydiving simulators to zip lines.        

Engadget /
RED Hydrogen One graphic outlines the holographic phone's specs

RED has been dribbling out details of its much-delayed Hydrogen One phone for a long time, but getting a proper summary of its features has been... difficult. Thankfully, director Phil Holland has stepped up to the plate. Now that the first pre-ord...

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USA TODAY's guide to cruise ship service charges and gratuity fees

USA TODAY offers a guide to cruise ship service charges and gratuity fees at Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Norwegian, Princess and other major lines.        

Reuters /
Every Fed policymaker was on board for September rate hike: minutes

Every Federal Reserve policymaker backed raising interest rates last month in a meeting where they also generally agreed borrowing costs were set to rise further, according to minutes from the meeting released on Wednesday.

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With presidency in sight, Brazil's far-right candidate on 'cruise control'

Brazilian far-right presidential frontrunner Jair Bolsonaro and his team are increasingly confident of winning this month's election, and have ...

Chinese firm says it has perfected ‘aircraft carrier killer’ missile

A Chinese mining company is claiming it has successfully tested a supersonic cruise missile nicknamed the "aircraft carrier killer."

Washinton Post /
Only a Bad Brexit Can Stop the Bank of England

For Mark Carney’s number-crunchers, improving wage data is much more important than restrained inflation when considering a rate hike.

Kidman: Marriage to Cruise protected me

Nicole Kidman married Tom Cruise for love, but ended up getting shielded from sexual harassment as well.

Nicole Kidman: Marriage to Tom Cruise protected me

Nicole Kidman married Tom Cruise for love, but ended up getting shielded from sexual harassment as well.

Nicole Kidman: Marriage to Tom Cruise sheltered me from harassment

"It definitely wasn’t power for me — it was protection," she said.

USA Today /
From zip lines to surfing pools, 30 cruise ship attractions that will blow your mind

Deck-top attractions on cruise ships have gone through a revolution in recent years and now include everything from surfing pools to zip ...

Nicole Kidman: Tom Cruise marriage kept me from being harassed

Nicole Kidman said her relationship with Tom Cruise "cocooned" her from sexual harassment during her early career.

USA Today /
Carnival Cruise Line plans massive makeover of 18-year-old Carnival Victory

Carnival Cruise Line on Tuesday announced the 2,758-passenger Carnival Victory will undergo a makeover in 2020 so big the line will rename the vessel.        

Washinton Post /
Nicole Kidman says marriage to Tom Cruise offered 'protection' from sexual harassment

In an interview with New York Magazine's The Cut, Nicole Kidman said her 11-year marriage to Tom Cruise shielded her from sexual harassment during her younger years in Hollywood.

E! Online /
Nicole Kidman Says Divorcing Tom Cruise Forced Her to ''Grow Up''

Nicole Kidman is speaking out about her decade-long marriage to Tom Cruise. The two stars tied the knot in 1990 after starring in the film Days of Thunder together, at the beginning of...

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