Escape Plans: Inside Robb Report’s May 2022 Travel Issue

From the remote wilderness to happening cities, the world beckons. We explore it all by air, land, and sea this issue. Source

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  1. Just outside a supermarket in Buffalo, residents have been gathering since Saturday to mourn and honor those lost after a mass shooting left 10 people killed and three others wounded.

  2. The polling ahead of the 2022 midterms has been marked by a shrinking of electoral divisions. Young and older voters are now more likely to agree on their views of President Joe Biden. The Democratic advantage among Black and Hispanic voters, while still clear, is smaller.

  3. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) tells Dana Bash that every member of Congress should be able to answer whether they asked the Trump White House for a presidential pardon.

  4. Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), a member of the January 6th Select Committee, responded to former President Donald Trump trashing the committee’s work in a 12-page response.

  5. When President Joe Biden arrives here on Wednesday, he will do something he has never done on a foreign trip: Embrace one of his predecessor’s legacy achievements.

  6. A growing number of Republicans are openly cheering for a competitive primary field in 2024 and encouraging candidates to jump into the race, as some in the GOP get increasingly anxious about the idea of Donald Trump becoming their presidential nominee again — especially amid damning revelations about his actions during the January 6, 2021, insurrection.

  7. Hungary’s hardline nationalist leader Viktor Orban is facing international condemnation after making remarks on race and multiculturalism that were slammed as a “pure Nazi text” by his longtime aide.

  8. A disruptive passenger onboard a Virgin Atlantic flight from London’s Heathrow airport to Los Angeles on Tuesday caused the aircraft to be diverted to Salt Lake City, according to an airline statement.

  9. In the weeks before traveling to the Washington, DC area, the man accused of attempting to murder Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh researched how to assassinate individuals and said he would be “shooting for 3” justices, according to a search warrant application from the FBI.

  10. The world’s oil-exporting countries have agreed to a tiny increase in output next month amid fears that a global recession will crimp demand.

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