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Why Can’t Astronauts Have Disabilities? 12 Flyers Search for Proof They Can.

People with different types of disabilities tested their skills and technologies on a zero-gravity research flight with the goal of proving that they can safely go to space.

Flying With Your Pet? It Just Got a Lot More Difficult.

A recent C.D.C. rabies rule, pricey pet ‘tickets’ and limits on animals in airline cabins are making traveling with a pet more complicated.

The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week

Platforms on parade, a fermenter’s adventures — and more.

House Hunting in France: In Brittany, a Medieval Makeover for $1.2 Million

The coastal region has remained popular with foreign buyers, and the pandemic has sparked a new surge of French buyers from larger cities.

How to Talk to the World Through Free Translation Apps

Open up Google Translate or Apple’s Translate and your mobile device turns into your personal language interpreter.

Help! How Do I Find a Coronavirus Test to Get Back Into the U.S.?

Although testing isn’t as widely available as it is at hotels in Mexico or the Caribbean, travelers in Europe can still find testing facilities at pharmacies, medical clinics and dedicated sites.

United Airlines earned $473 million in the third quarter as travel demand stayed strong.

With government officials around the world slowly easing travel restrictions, and companies starting to send employees on more business trips, United’s executives expressed optimism about the coming months.

‘Women Is Losers’ Review: A Woman Beaten but Not Defeated

The film follows Celina, a young Latina woman navigating sexism and systemic oppression in the 1960s.

In Sonoma County, ‘Regenerative Agriculture’ Is the Next Big Thing

Carbon sequestration, pollinator habitat restoration and simple composting: An increasing number of the region’s winegrowers are going beyond sustainability. Here’s how to see, and taste, the fruits of their labors.

Glimpses in Los Angeles of an Oasis With Deep Immigrant Roots

The San Pedro Community Gardens have provided physical and spiritual nourishment for the past half a century to multiple generations of immigrant Angelenos.

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