Month: July 2020

Tucker Carlson to Take ‘Long-Planned’ Vacation After Blake Neff’s Resignation

The Fox News star Tucker Carlson said on Monday evening that he would leave on a vacation, starting immediately, days after a writer on his program, Blake Neff, resigned over racist, sexist and misogynist messages that Mr. Neff published pseudonymously on an online message board.

Mr. Carlson told viewers that he would return to his show next week and described the vacation as “long planned,” suggesting that his time off had been set before Mr. Neff was revealed on Friday as the author of the offensive posts.

It was not the first time that Mr. Carlson has announced that he

Wisconsin Tourist Spot Shares Concerns for Chicago Ban

KENOSHA, Wis. (SPECTRUM NEWS) —  One Kenosha business shared concerns for the travel advisory within the city of Chicago.

With Wisconsin now on the list of states under a travel warning for Chicago due to rising coronavirus cases, state business owners said they may have some concerns.

Right off I-94 is the iconic sign no one could miss, the Mars Cheese Castle. It is a stop for many making their way in and out of Wisconsin. Whether it’s getting their fix of cheese curds, beer, or just a slice of Wisconsin, the Cheese Castle brings in many from across the

PGA Tour modifies guidelines for positive coronavirus tests

The PGA Tour enters its eighth week of its return to golf with another modification to its guidelines for positive coronavirus tests and a gradual broadening of who gets to attend tournaments.

The updates on the test protocols means the end of grouping players who have recovered from the coronavirus – or having them play alone – and excluding them from PCR testing, which detects whether a person is actively infected, for three months from when they first experienced symptoms.

The tour originally said three weeks ago, based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that players

Which California Campgrounds Are Open This Summer?: LAist

Marta Jerebets, left, and Arthur Pettit pitch their tent on a campground at Joshua Tree National Park in California, Tuesday, May 19, 2020. (Jae C. Hong/AP)

Let’s be real. Summer 2020 doesn’t exactly set the stage for the vacation of your dreams…

But we’re lucky. California has some of the best campgrounds in the country, with pretty much every variety of terrain you can think of, from redwood forests to desert lakes.

If you’re looking for a mental health break or some (more) alone time in a place other than your own home, camping might be one of the safest

Vacation Trips, Easing of Travel Rules Fuel Hopes of Business Jet Rebound | Top News

MONTREAL (Reuters) – A pick-up in leisure trips and easing European travel restrictions are driving demand for business jet flights this summer, fueling cautious hopes for a rebound in an industry hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, executives and forecasters said.

Commercial and business aviation are both seeing improved domestic traffic this summer. But private flights, which carry smaller groups and promise wealthy passengers less risk of exposure to the coronavirus, have generally fared better than commercial airlines since the start of the pandemic.

U.S. business aviation traffic is down around 20% year to date through July 19 on an