Instead of That $5 Water Bottle at Airports, Filling Stations

November 20, 2017
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Remember the days when you could just bring a bottle of water from home to the plane? The days before airport security, which allows you to carry liquids only in containers of 3.4 ounces or less?

Fliers Go Their Own Way With Airline Meals

January 4, 2016
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Business travelers have plenty to think about when they fly. Once wheels come up, laptops land on the tray table. But diving into spreadsheets, business plans and email requires sustenance.

Following in the Wake of Oars and Paintbrush

October 18, 2013
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When rowers descend here next weekend for the Thomas Eakins Head of the Schuylkill Regatta, they’ll be racing in a riverscape brought to life in Eakins’s celebrated rowing paintings.

Drink, Smoke and Gamble, and This Fund Climbs

July 9, 2006
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More than 150 mutual funds call themselves socially responsible, investing only in companies that meet a series of ethical standards set by their fund managers.

F.B.I. and Justice Dept. Are Faulted Over Child Predators on Web

April 7, 2006
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Lawmakers from both parties continued on Thursday to question the commitment of the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to halting the online exploitation of children.

Child Sex as Internet Fare, Through Eyes of a Victim

April 5, 2006
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The sexual exploitation of children on the Internet is a $20 billion industry that continues to expand in the United States and abroad, overwhelming attempts by the authorities to curb its growth, witnesses said at a Congressional hearing on Tuesday.

Judge Lets BlackBerry Stay in Play for Now

February 25, 2006
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Owners of BlackBerry wireless e-mail devices can continue to use them, at least for now.

A New Dawn for Museums of Native American Art

August 20, 2005
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Decorated with spirals and migration symbols, Nathan Begay’s multicolored jar resembles an ancient assemblage of shards.

Fritz Scholder, Painter of American Indians, Dies at 67

February 14, 2005
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Fritz Scholder, an American expressionist painter and sculptor whose “Indian” series of paintings in the 1960’s and 70’s reimagined the depiction of Native Americans, died on Thursday in Phoenix. He was 67 and lived in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Indian Casinos Luring Big Names

April 28, 2003
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Jay Leno was pacing the stage in his customary suit and tie and being his usual funny self.