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The latest group travel industry trends and topics are found in the News section of Groups Today. From travel safety to regulatory updates, we offer the latest news on everything group travel professionals need to be in the know.

On August 14, Secretary of State John Kerry raised the American flag above the U.S. Embassy in Cuba, for the first time in 54 years. This followed President Barack Obama's December 2014 announcement that the United States would begin to normalize relations with Cuba.

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Recently, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder christened the Miss Margy, an all-aluminum 85-foot ferry manufactured for Shepler's Mackinac Island Ferry.

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Is your carry-on bag getting a little old and tired? Consider waiting to replace it until after the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) recommendation to reduce the size of optimal carry-on luggage is addressed by the airline industry.

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Beginning June 22, 2015, a 10-ton load limit will go into effect on the Arlington Memorial Bridge.

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In a field where changes in technology, economy, and client interests are continuous, travel professionals must constantly innovate.

Groups Today applauds the field's top innovators, who were nominated by readers and confirmed by the Groups Today editorial board. Here's a look at the nominees who are "keeping on top of their game" in this challenging and rewarding field.

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