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Coronavirus Casts A Pall Over Cruise Industry At Height Of Booking Season

Tales of life on a ship quarantined in Japan amid a coronavirus outbreak are hurting bookings for the growing cruise line industry. But the industry has shaken off worse crises, an analyst says.

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Lobbying by physicians and physicians' professional associations has influenced proposed legislation to curtail surprise billing. Hannah Norman/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Doctors Push Back As Congress Takes Aim At Surprise Medical Bills

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"Station Squabble," a photograph by Sam Rowley, on Wednesday won the LUMIX People's Choice Award for wildlife photography. Sam Rowley/Wildlife Photographer of the Year hide caption

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Mice Fight: Wildlife Photography Prize Goes To 'Cheeky' Moment At London Tube Station

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Coronavirus Casts A Pall Over Cruise Industry At Height Of Booking Season

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Solitude Isobel Belano
Riverbank Isobel Belano

The wastewater treatment facility in Havre, Mont., collects the spent barley from a local brewery to feed the facility's bacteria at the right time in just the right dosage. Rachel Cramer/Yellowstone Public Radio hide caption

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Beer Waste Helps Montana Town Save Money On Water Treatment

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The Kiss Stephen James Taylor
Ice Cream Stephen James Taylor
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Manduka - Original Mix Sascha Kloeber
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