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Christine Persaud
Published 5:29 a.m. MT Oct. 10, 2020

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Sometimes, there’s nothing better than curling up on the couch in your own private reading nook and immersing yourself in a captivating novel. And right now, thanks to Amazon’s current e-book deal, there’s even more incentive to do just that.

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As one of Amazon’s early Prime Day 2020 deals, you’ll get $5 in e-book credit when you spend $20 on e-Books through Monday, October 12. Here’s how it works: To enjoy the offer, you’ll first need to activate it from the offer page. Then, simply choose $20 worth of e-book titles, finalize your transaction and voila! Your $5 e-book credit will

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Find out where Trump and Biden stand on defense and security issues

Arms Control:

U.S. President Donald Trump: The Trump administration has withdrawn the U.S. from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, and (almost) the 1992 Open Skies Treaty. It has loosened the Missile Technology Control Regime’s restrictions on selling armed drones to foreign governments amid concerns about China’s defense relationships in the Middle East. As of press time, administration officials have been unwilling to extend the 2010 New START nuclear pact with Russia, which expires in February, insisting that a new version include Russia’s growing arsenal of tactical nuclear weapons and China, whose smaller arsenal is rapidly expanding and which appears unwilling to sign such an agreement.

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden: Favored by arms control advocates, Biden has promised to renew New START and would likely accept Russia’s offer to extend it five years without preconditions. He also said he would rejoin the

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How To Find The Best River Cruise Deals

The difference in on-board experience and offshore exploration varies dramatically between different river cruise brands. But finding a ship with a crowd-free deck, top cuisine and compelling excursions, doesn’t have to break your budget. 

An affordable, stellar experience can be found by securing the best river cruise deals and travelling at the cheapest times. In this guide, we reveal everything you need to know before booking your next river cruise trip. 

Best river cruise brands – discover which river cruise companies impressed passengers and which are best avoided in our latest, independent, customer survey.

1. Book your river cruise early

Most river cruise companies that we spoke to told us their best deals are available in advance. You might expect them to say this, and while you should always compare prices to make sure an early bird deal is really a deal, the fares we looked at did appear to

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‘Handy Travel Mates’ Helps Travelers Find Top Luggage with Tips, Reviews, and More

'Handy Travel Mates' Helps Travelers Find Top Luggage with Tips, Reviews, and More

Handy Travel Mates helps consumers make informed decisions on travel bags, luggage, and even destinations

OCTOBER 6, 2020 – When wanderlust strikes, it’s imperative to be prepared with the best luggage. The team at Handy Travel Mates has come together, offering dynamic travel expertise, to create a website where travelers can find reviews and tips on travel bags and luggage, as well as an insider perspective of sought-after travel destinations.

For instance, Handy Travel Mates offers articles such as “7 Best Places to Visit in Germany in Winter” and “7 Most Beautiful Places in Austria” to help tourists get a look at some of the best travel spots.

“We’re here to help with our detailed guides, tutorials, and tips to help your trips go that much easier,” said the team at Handy Travel Mates. They’ve recently released articles such as “How to Attach a Luggage Tag” and “How to Keep

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Where to find National Coffee Day freebies, deals and discounts

National Coffee Day is Tuesday, and that means free java, deals and discounts throughout the D.C. region. Find out where.

Java addicts rejoice: National Coffee Day is Tuesday, and that means freebies, deals and discounts throughout the D.C. region.

Here’s how to get yours:

Duck Donuts: Get a free any-size coffee with in-store purchase at participating locations.

Dunkin’: Dunkin’ has renamed National Coffee Day in favor (or flavor) of itself: National Dunkin’ Day. To celebrate, the chain is offering a free medium hot or iced coffee (with any purchase) at its restaurants nationwide.

Krispy Kreme: Rewards members get a free coffee and doughnut of their choice. It is free to create an account.

Love’s Travel Stops: Customers can get any sized coffee or hot beverage for the reduced price of $1 on Tuesday. When purchases are made through the Love’s Connect app, all proceeds go to Love’s annual Children’s Miracle

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Where to find deals in the Cincinnati Area



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Grab your mugs, tumblers and thermoses for National Coffee Day on Tuesday with great deals on your morning cup of joe.

From iced coffees to lattes and cold brew, there’s plenty of beverage options to choose from. Check out these local coffee houses celebrating the holiday with deals and specials throughout the day:

Avenue Brew

Get a free coffee with any purchase at Avenue Brew in Bellevue, Kentucky.

310 Fairfield Ave., 41073. (859) 261-4381.

Awakenings Coffee and Wine

Buy a retail bag of coffee at Awakenings Coffee and Wine in Hyde Park and get a free any-size brew or small specialty drink. This offer excludes blended drinks. In addition, get $3 off your purchase when you download Awakenings’ app.

2734 Erie Ave., 45208. (513) 321-2525.

BLOC Coffee Company

BLOC Coffee Company in East Price Hill is offering$2 cappuccinos

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Rental car tips: How to find the best prices during covid-19

For many Americans, embarking on road trips has been a way to keep traveling during the pandemic. And if you’re not a car owner, now may be a good time to rent one.

According to data from, a car-rental comparison engine, road trip travel is up, but the travel industry as a whole is still hurting. As a result, rental car rates in the United States are down by between 15 and 40 percent, depending on the region.

Unlike airplane tickets that can change in price by the minute, the price of renting a car isn’t a mystery.

“Between now and Christmas, your flight might change a hundred times,” says Liana Corwin, the travel expert for Hopper, the flight and hotel booking app. “With car rentals, they’re a little bit more static.”

While renting a car isn’t complicated, there is legwork to get the best deal. Here are tips

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Find out which countries are welcoming US tourists back

By Forrest Brown and Brekke Fletche | CNN

Editor’s note: CNN Travel updates this article periodically. It was last updated on September 22. The US State Department advises that travelers consult country-specific travel advisories via their website or consult the CDC’s latest guidance. Before you make any international travel plans, check these sites first.

Once one of the world’s most powerful travel documents, the might of the US passport has shriveled during the Covid-19 pandemic.

With US coronavirus cases around the 6.6 million mark, many nations continue to view America with trepidation. The European Union has omitted the United States from its list of countries whose tourists may visit. Americans still can’t vacation in their neighbor to the north, Canada, nor head to many Asian favorites such as Thailand.

While most US travelers are staying close to home with short-distance car trips, some still want to go abroad. For

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