A hotel company is offering the perfect escape from the U.S. election season with accommodation in an underground cave. Hotels.com say they are helping escape the chatter to “go live under a rock — literally”. The off-the-grid overnight experience in New Mexico is a man-made cave built 50 feet below ground. The company explains: “After you've cast your ballot you can check out of the newsfeed negativity ,and check in to for a five-night stay from November 2". The property is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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'Saturday Night Live' kicked off this weekend's show, hosted by 'Insecure' star Issa Rae, by spoofing NBC's broadcast of President Donald Trump's town hall and throwing some shade at its network, saying NBC laid a quote "thirst trap" for Trump.
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[NFA] U.S. President Donald Trump campaigned fiercely in Florida Friday, where he and his challenger are in a statistical dead heat, while Democrat Joe Biden targeted another crucial battleground state, Michigan, where Biden said Trump is living in a "dream world." Gavino Garay reports.
Hot air balloons took to the sky in Albuquerque, New Mexico for the International Balloon Fiesta on Monday. More than 500 balloons are part of the 9 day festival. Here's a look at some of the balloons,..