Jayme Deerwester, The News Leader

Jayme Deerwester

The News Leader

Alexandria, VA, United States

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Recent:
  • The News Leader
Past:
  • El Paso Times
  • USA TODAY
  • IthacaJournal
  • pressconnects
  • stargazette.com
  • The Columbus Dispatch
  • Enquirer
  • Times Herald-Record
  • Rochester D and C
  • Burlington TimesNews
  • and more…

Recent articles by Jayme:

Congress considers credit-reporting overhaul, including putting government in charge of scores

This week, Congress discussed updating the U.S., credit-reporting system, including moving control from the 3 bureaus to a single government agency. → Read More

Spain to welcome fully vaccinated Americans starting June 7

Fully vaccinated Americans will be allowed to enter Spain, along with their unvaccinated minor children. → Read More

Have COVID vaccine, will travel: These are the countries open to fully vaccinated Americans

Got your shots and ready to travel abroad? Check our lists of which countries are accepting vaccinated Americans and those with negative COVID tests. → Read More

US borders with Canada, Mexico to remain closed to nonessential travel through June 21

DHS confirmed the extension of border travel restrictions but noted it is "working closely with Canada & Mexico to safely ease restrictions." → Read More

US borders with Canada, Mexico to remain closed to nonessential travel through June 21

DHS confirmed the extension of border travel restrictions but noted it is "working closely with Canada & Mexico to safely ease restrictions." → Read More

US borders with Canada, Mexico to remain closed to nonessential travel through June 21

DHS confirmed the extension of border travel restrictions but noted it is "working closely with Canada & Mexico to safely ease restrictions." → Read More

Cancun: COVID-19 cases are up and tighter restrictions are in place. Here's what you need to know

The Mexican vacation mecca of Cancun is located in a region experiencing its worst COVID-19 spike yet. Here's what you need to know if you plan to go. → Read More

West Virginia lures remote workers with $12,000 cash, free access to outdoor activities

West Virginia is offering remote workers $12,000 in cash to relocate to Morgantown, along with free outdoor gear rentals. See the program details. → Read More

West Virginia lures remote workers with $12,000 cash, free access to outdoor activities

West Virginia is offering remote workers $12,000 in cash to relocate to Morgantown, along with free outdoor gear rentals. See the program details. → Read More

Prince Philip has died: Will there be a state funeral? Your questions, answered

When is Prince Philip's funeral? Will Queen Elizabeth be in mourning? Will he be buried at Windsor Castle? → Read More

One step closer to cruising: CDC announces next steps to getting cruise ships back in US waters

When will cruises start again? The CDC announced the next phase of return to cruising plan. The initial conditional sailing order came out in October. → Read More

One step closer to cruising: CDC announces next steps to getting cruise ships back in US waters

When will cruises start again? The CDC announced the next phase of return to cruising plan. The initial conditional sailing order came out in October. → Read More

Venice bans large cruise ships from historic city center, two years after canal boat crash

Two years after a cruise ship rammed a Venice dock, the city announced that large passenger and container ships can no longer enter the city center. → Read More

US borders with Canada, Mexico to remain closed to nonessential travel through April 21

The Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday that America's borders with Canada and Mexico will remain restricted until April 21. → Read More

New York to loosen travel restrictions for Americans who've gotten the COVID-19 vaccine

"Domestic travelers are no longer required to quarantine or test out within 90 days of full vaccination," Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. → Read More

National parks visitation dropped in 2020. Here are the most popular ones.

COVID closures played a role in reshuffling the makeup of 2020's top 10 most-visited parks list, but 15 parks set new visitation records. → Read More

Poll: 38% of Americans would give up sex for a year to be able to travel again immediately

Trivago's survey also found that one in five respondents would dump their partner for a chance to hit the road again. → Read More

Capitol riot suspect asks court's permission to vacation in Mexico – and gets it

Texas florist Jenny Cudd, who took part in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, asked for and got permission to travel to Mexico for a work retreat this month. → Read More

Subway denies lawsuit claim that its tuna sandwich is 'completely bereft' of actual tuna

A lawsuit filed Jan. 21 in Northern California alleges the sandwich chain's tuna salad contains "no scintilla of tuna at all." → Read More

Airlines issue travel waivers as winter storms target Southwest, Midwest

American, Delta, Southwest and United have already issued waivers covering travel on Monday and Tuesday for much of the Midwest. → Read More