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Those were the days.
This article covers the strategies and tricks currently being used by canny travelers.
The FAA is hiring.
The winner's photo featured an Inner Mongolian horseman whipping his team of horses in the early morning mist.
More than 50 Malaysian taxi drivers ambushed an Uber driver and two Iranian passengers, resulting in injuries.
If you care about being environmentally responsible, some easy ways to continue caring while you travel.
A Conde Nast contributing editor shares her thoughts.
There were at least five confirmed deaths and one still missing Sunday night as a whale-watching boat carrying 27 passengers sank off Vancouver Island.
This interesting essay on the costs and benefits of "buying" silence touches on airline lounges and noise-reducing headphones as prime examples.
An infographic indicates that bottled water is the wise choice in many parts of the world.
The order permits parks to recognize donors with labels on certain items but prevents corporations and other sponsors from actually renaming parks.
In Kenya, an elephant recently trampled an Italian tourist to death as he photographed the beast at a watering point.
One photo reveals that United Airlines flight attendants in 1939 appear both younger and happier than the current crew.
A million Britons call Spain their home, either part or all of the time, and many worry about exchange rates and access to medical care.
Short answer? No-one knows. But with 4 deaths/year and thousands of injuries, more dangerous than you think!
Today's dose of trivial but interesting information.
I wonder if Americans will ever comprehend the enormous respect given to this amazing woman by most of her subjects. The world is a better place for her steady presence always close to the centers of power.
At least 42 people died Friday in a collision between a bus and a truck in southern France, the country's worst road accident since 1982.
The mother's grateful Facebook post has been shared by nearly 85,000 people and received dozens of comments since it was posted last week.
A day in the life at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, one of the 15 busiest in the US.
So this article claims, with some statistical evidence.
Her orders were to bring down United Flight 93, perhaps piloted by her own father, without ammunition.
Experienced travelers have been aware of this for many years.
The 23-year-old female, calling herself an "artist," proudly posted photos of her graffiti at seven national parks on Instagram.
That rental car, taxi, Uber or Lyft car you are riding in is absolutely lousy with bacteria.
It is 'scientifically impossible' for us to accurately understand and use these subway maps. But somehow, people seem to - so much for science!
A new UK study lifts the lid on the less alluring aspects of business travel and debunks the glamorous narrative.
The simple answer, rooted in demographics, is that there are fewer young Europeans as birthrates decline.
How to get the most clothes in your suitcase with the least amount of wrinkles.
This "DO NOT" list includes some thought-provoking suggestions for anybody planning a family trip.