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Last August, a JetBlue flight from Boston to Sacramento hit severe turbulence while flying over the midwest.The incident forced the flight to make an... Read More

Freedom, justice, hope—South Dakota's beloved national memorial, Mount Rushmore, is a testament to these deeply cherished American values. The... Read More

I came to Santa Fe in search of Native American food, a centuries-old cuisine in the midst of a culinary resurgence. While indigenous food differs... Read More

At first blush, “it doesn’t sound like the best place to go,” admits Christine Czazasty, the chief of interpretation and resource education for... Read More

This story originally appeared on states are just awesome: California has beautiful beaches, mighty redwoods, vibrant cities and all sorts... Read More

This story originally appeared on first two buffalo babies of the season have been born at Custer State Park in South Dakota... Read More

While Google is great at sending you on virtual safari or into the depths of Machu Picchu—and is undoubtedly host to some the best apps for... Read More

American Indians have held a leading role in the casino industry since 1987, when the Supreme Court ruled that gambling could not be barred in their... Read More

‘Oh give me a home where the buffalo roam,’ begins the classic Western song, which in 1947 was adopted as Kansas’ official state song. However, it’s... Read More

Driving through South Dakota, it's impossible to avoid Wall Drug. The billboards start before you even enter the state, and they're arrayed,... Read More

California Dream“Malibu: California Beach Getaway” nails the subtle alchemy that makes Malibu one of the most storied yet least understood high-profile... Read More

Look closely, and you might discover one of Mount Rushmore’s biggest secrets: 8,000 feet of camouflaged, strategically placed copper wiring that has... Read More

"I'd be a baker," claimed my co-worker Erik, when discussing what professions we'd choose if we weren't magazine editors. He liked the idea of doing... Read More

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