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Maryland Gov. Hogan is vacationing in Jamaica

After his re-election victory Tuesday, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is headed to the beach. He and First Lady Yumi Hogan are traveling to Jamaica for a week’s vacation. The couple flew out today and plan to return on Nov. 15, according to his staff. While Hogan is away, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford will...

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  • Eiffel Tower shuts down as employees strike over ticket plan

    Eiffel Tower shuts down as employees strike over ticket plan

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    13 water parks within day-trip distance from Baltimore

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    An expat's guide to Paris

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    Weekend adventure: A visitor's guide to history-rich Cambridge

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    20 'bucket list' travel experiences

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