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The eerie remains of a master and slave frozen in time unearthed in the Roman city of Pompeii

Remains of two men who were killed in 79 AD in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Luigi Spina/Reuters The well-preserved remains of two men have been discovered in the Roman city of Pompeii, near Naples. The two bodies were killed in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD which covered the ancient city in volcanic ash and froze it in time. The bodies are thought to be of a wealthy man and a slave and were found in a villa on the outskirts of Pompeii. Massimo Osanna, director of Pompeii Arche...
Tags: News, International, Trends, History, Italy, Archeology, Naples, Pompeii, Reuters, Roman, Dario Franceschini, Mount Vesuvius, Rachel Hosie, Massimo Osanna, Osanna, Civita Giuliana

I tried Starbucks' new holiday sandwich inspired by the 'Moist-Maker' in 'Friends,' and it exceeded my expectations

While the sandwich didn't taste particularly festive, Senior Lifestyle Reporter Rachel Hosie found it delicious and definitely moist.
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These aircraft-themed Airbnbs are being touted as a way to fly without leaving the ground – take a look at the most unique properties

An aircraft-turned-Airbnb in Wales. Airbnb Airbnb is promoting its aircraft-themed listings around the world as travelers seek ways to get back on airplanes. Found primarily in Europe, South America, and New Zealand, travelers can sleep in former airliners, freighters, and military helicopters. The company is promoting these listings as an alternative to the "flights to nowhere" trend currently absorbing the aviation industry. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Travelers a...
Tags: UK, Wales, Australia, France, Singapore, Trends, Colombia, Liverpool, Manchester, United Nations, Preston, New Zealand, Fokker, Airbnb, Airbus, Airlines

Non-traditional polling sites are popping up across the US in a scramble to help voters safely cast their ballots in person

Early voters cast their ballots at the Frank P. Zeidler Municipal Building on Wednesday March 18, 2020, in Milwaukee AP Photo/Morry Gash The coronavirus pandemic has brought on a number of challenges for in-person voting in the US such as absent poll workers, long lines, and scaled-back voter registration drives. But communities across the US are getting creative, turning a number of local venues into voting sites for registered voters who seek to cast their ballot in person.  From sports ...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Usa, Elections, Voting, California, Washington Post, Cdc, US, NFL, America, Trends, Atlanta, Georgia, Indiana, Cnn

New hope for peanut allergy sufferers as pioneering study suggests immunotherapy treatment could reduce the severity of reactions

Peanut allergies have been rising in children. Getty/Michelle Gibson New research is offering hope to peanut allergy sufferers. A large-scale trial suggests that oral immunotherapy treatment could allow sufferers to increase their tolerance to peanuts. The idea is not that those with peanut allergies will be able to eat the nuts freely, but that their reactions could be reduced. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  A pioneering new study is offering new hope to peanut aller...
Tags: Europe, US, Trends, The Times, Fda, Rachel Hosie, The Lancet Child Adolescent Health, Getty Michelle Gibson, James Redman

A woman deliberately cut off her hand with a circular saw in a $1.2m insurance scam

Julija Adlesic kept her left hand covered in court. Sky News A Slovenian woman has been sentenced to two years in jail after been found guilty of attempted insurance fraud. Julija Adlesic and her boyfriend plotted to deliberately saw off her hand to receive a €1m ($1.2m) payout, Sky News reports. Adlesic claims it was an accident. However, her boyfriend's internet history shows he searched for prosthetic hands the day before the incident. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories....
Tags: News, Court, Trends, Insurance, Fraud, Slovenia, Trial, Sky News, Scam, Ljubljana, Rachel Hosie, Adlesic, UK Weekend, Lifestyle UK, Julija Adlesic

Stop pretending Facebook can fix Facebook

Hello, everyone! Welcome to the new edition of Insider Today. Please sign up here. QUOTE OF THE DAY "This entire crisis would have played out so differently with leadership and a national plan from the federal government. If the Trump administration in January had started to stockpile PPE, get serious about testing, put together a plan, we would have far fewer deaths, far fewer people out of work, far fewer sick people."  — Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo, whose state is one of the few th...
Tags: Facebook, Hong Kong, New York, Minneapolis, Congress, Navy, California, Cdc, China, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Beijing, Xi Jinping, Arizona, Naya Rivera

I did 100 push-ups a day for 100 days in lockdown, and was amazed by how my body changed

The hardest part of the challenge turned out to be mental as opposed to physical, senior lifestyle reporter Rachel Hosie found.
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Finding the secret to Danish happiness on a Copenhagen city break

No one does 'lykke' quite like the Danes, says Rachel Hosie [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Five things to do in Fiji for adventure seekers, from zip lining to swimming with sharks

These islands aren't just for honeymooning – thrill seekers can get their kicks too, says Rachel Hosie [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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What it's like to stay at a £34,000-a-night resort in the Maldives

Is the Maldives all it's cracked up to be? Rachel Hosie plays A-lister and checks into a very exclusive resort [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Oktoberfest 2018: How to do it like a local and the alternative options that are more authentic

There are other places to drink beer, dance and sing while wearing Lederhosen [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Pepper spray canister harms 15 people on Hawaiian Airlines flight

'Everyone was coughing and then we were coughing. And the flight attendants were covering their faces and passengers started covering their faces' [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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The world's top 500 food experiences revealed

Rewrite your travel bucket-list accordingly [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Jet2 passengers threaten to boycott airline for an unusual reason

The airline's choice of soundtrack has not been well received [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Lux Bodrum Resorts and Residences review: Turkey's luxury hotel game is on the up

With a private beach, Insta-worthy infinity pool and outdoor cinema, this sea-front resort proves that Turkey is ready to welcome back discerning holidaymakers [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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10 things to do in Singapore

From Michelin-starred street food to selfie-printed coffees, here are the best things to try [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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The four-letter boarding pass code you won't want when flying to the United States

It could mean longer getting through security [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Boom Supersonic jet set to fly from London to New York in three hours 15 minutes by 2025

Flights are set to cost £1,907 each way [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Yorkshire pub Black Swan named world's best restaurant

The top two restaurants in the world are in the UK [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Rome opens Colosseum's top floors to public for first time in decades

It looks incredible [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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What it's like to travel on the world's longest low-cost flight

Norwegian has launched a 12+ hour economy flight to Singapore – but is it worth the low fare? [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Grounding: Walking barefoot is the key to getting over jet lag, wellbeing expert claims

It's so simple but is backed up by science [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Flight attendants reveal the weirdest things they've seen on planes

The poor flight attendants [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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What's it like to go on holiday to Turkey right now?

After two years of political instability and well-publicised terrorist attacks, Turkey's tourism industry seems to be making a slow but steady recovery. Rachel Hosie discovers what it's like on the ground [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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The best countries for second citizenship

Prepare for country envy [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Instagram's most tagged world cities: From Jakarta to Madrid

Have you checked in? [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Bali tourists are unknowingly eating dog meat, undercover investigation reveals

The dogs are brutally slaughtered [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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How one teenager flies first class for 'free'

He's living the dream [Author: Rachel Hosie]
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Cala di Volpe: Live like royalty on Sardinia's Costa Smeralda

If the Costa Smeralda is the icing on the cake that is Sardinia, Hotel Cala di Volpe is the cherry on top. Rachel Hosie joins the in-crowd at one of Italy's most discreet celebrity haunts [Author: Rachel Hosie]
Tags: Italy, Sardinia, Volpe, Rachel Hosie, Costa Smeralda, Cala di Volpe, Sardinia Hotel Cala