Who’s afraid to drive on the left-hand side?

I don’t scare easily, but nothing puts the fear of God in me like driving on the left-hand side of the road.
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Proposed legislation could protect online reviewers from retaliatory suits

If you’ve never heard of a strategic lawsuit against public participation (SLAPP), consider yourself lucky.

I hadn’t either until a knock at my door on a January evening seven years ago. A process server pushed an envelope into my hand. “You are being sued,” a notice at the top of the document proclaimed. I felt my pulse quicken. Read more “Proposed legislation could protect online reviewers from retaliatory suits”

Travelers are turning to credit-card disputes when other routes to a refund have failed

Could disputing a credit-card charge solve your next travel problem?
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Kids on planes. What could possibly go wrong?

It’s a story that Carrie Calzaretta’s 14-year-old son, Tyler, will probably tell his kids someday.
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Do airlines always give out accurate compensation information? DOT fines say no.

Is your airline telling you everything? After a government operation that netted four airlines, the unsurprising answer is: No. Read more “Do airlines always give out accurate compensation information? DOT fines say no.”

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