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Spirit tells shareholders to reject hostile bid from JetBlue

- Associated Press

Spirit Airlines is advising shareholders to reject a tender offer for shares from JetBlue three days after it went hostile in its bid to create what would be the nation’s fifth largest airline.

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Seeing a country with the most high-ranking tour guide

- Associated Press

With one notable exception, Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan seemed to enjoy guiding American journalist Peter Greenberg around her country for the television show "The Royal Tour."

Abortion-friendly states prep for more patients if Roe falls

- Associated Press

Leaders of a Tennessee abortion clinic calculated driving distances and studied passenger rail routes as they scanned the map for another place to offer services if the Supreme Court lets states restrict or eliminate abortion rights.

Exiled Russian director returns to Cannes, decries war

- Associated Press

The last two times the Russian filmmaker Kirill Serebrennikov had films playing at the Cannes Film Festival, he couldn't attend. He was under a travel ban in Russia as part of a conviction for fraud in what was widely protested as unwarranted repression of the arts in Russia. Last year, Serebrennikov, one of Russia's most celebrated directors of film and theater, appeared at a Cannes press conference by FaceTime.

Biden announces sweeping policy changes toward Cuba

- The Washington Times

The White House on Monday announced sweeping changes to U.S. policy toward Cuba, easing several longstanding restrictions on travel, reinstating a dormant family reunification visa program, and removing restrictions on U.S. money entering the country.

Resigning North Dakota senator led lawmakers in travel costs

- Associated Press

A North Dakota state senator who is resigning following a report about text messages he exchanged with an inmate ran up travel expenses the past decade that are more than 14 times what lawmakers bill state taxpayers on average, according to a review by The Associated Press.

Artifacts seized from U.S. billionaire returned to Israel

- Associated Press

Prosecutors in New York announced the repatriation Tuesday of $5 million worth of looted antiquities seized from billionaire hedge fund manager Michael Steinhardt to Israel, where Steinhardt is well known as a patron of cultural institutions.