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U.S. Will Accept Mixed Doses of Vaccines from International Travelers When Borders Reopen
The CDC announced Friday that anyone with a combination of two vaccines approved by the FDA or the WHO will be permitted to enter the country starting Nov. 8
Susan Sarandon Recalls Her 'Most Meaningful' Family Trip — and How Travel Has Changed Her Life
"I think it's very easy at a certain point in life just to want to preserve what you've got, but I'm not interested in taking it easy," the Academy Award-winning actress and new Global Ambassador for Fairmont Hotels & Resorts tells PEOPLE
WATCH: The Conjuring's Perron Family Returns to the Real House for a Live Halloween Event
The three-day, live-streamed event, The Conjuring: A Homecoming, will document the return of the entire Perron family to the infamous farmhouse that inspired the hit horror franchise
McDonald's Has a Riverside Restaurant with a Float-Thru Window
You'll have to paddle to Hamburg, Germany to experience this McDonald's treasure
These Are the World's Most Powerful Passports in 2021
The passports were ranked by the number of destinations their holders can access without a visa
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Southwest Cancels More Than 1,800 Weekend Flights as Pilots Blame 'Management's Poor Planning'
"Our Pilots will continue to overcome SWA management's poor planning," the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association said in a statement as more than 1,800 weekend flights were cancelled
Heather Rae Young Reveals Where She and Tarek El Moussa Will Go On Their 2-Stop Honeymoon 
The Selling Sunset realtor and the HGTV star will be taking a brief break after their wedding to film, then jetting off on their honeymoon

It's Disney World's 50th Anniversary Celebration: Everything You Need to Know Before You Go

The Walt Disney World Resort is welcoming everyone to the Most Magical Place on Earth for an 18-month-long celebration (which begins Oct. 1) in honor of its 50th anniversary