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There’s no shortage of excellent food in Manhattan’s East Village.Below 14th Street, above Houston (that's HOW-ston), and west of Broadway, there are... Read More

Most people will never have the chance to enter Air Force One, or even see it up close. The plane is reserved for the president of the United States and... Read More

The wreckage of a single-engine Cessna 152 was discovered Wednesday night in the Florida Everglades along with the body of one victim. The remains were... Read More

This story originally appeared on BusinessInsider.com. The son and daughter of two of the richest families in Russia were married in a $10 million (£7.7... Read More

This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com. Any way you slice it, cheesecake always sounds like a good idea to us. Lemony, layered, salted, no... Read More

Cincinnati is experiencing something of a transformation, and has become one of the hottest emerging cities in the United States. The Queen City's... Read More

Security agents at Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport failed 95 percent of secret tests conducted by undercover TSA agents last week, according to a local Fox... Read More

If you are fascinated by aviation and want to get paid to watch airplanes take flight all day (plus do some other stuff, too), your dream job has quite... Read More

This is what real happiness looks like.A toddler, at the Winston Oregon Wildlife Safari with his family, couldn't get enough of a hilarious (and hungry)... Read More

An American Airlines flight from Atlanta to Chicago was delayed four hours on Wednesday after a woman attacked a flight attendant and was escorted off... Read More

There’s nothing quite as spectacular as a good Fourth of July fireworks display and one new timelapse video proves that the people of Los Angeles are... Read More

If you’re looking for an authentic way to explore Alaska’s majestic wilderness, the Hurricane Turn train could be your answer.The Hurricane Turn is... Read More

“It’s almost 9:18; the man in the can should be here,” Jeremy Corbell, a man with the youthful face of an early 20-something but the white streaked... Read More

International tourism to the U.S. rose by more than 5 percent in May compared to last year, according to the U.S. Travel Association.The spike was... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com. A recent discovery in a McCarran Airport bathroom is bringing to light the tragic ways domestic violence... Read More

Los Angeles has been in the spotlight this year more than ever, thanks to a certain throwback, Jazz-era inspired musical film. The story, brought to... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. You’ve probably seen headlines recently about free public college programs in New York and Tennessee.... Read More

A passenger on a United Airlines flight last week says she was forced to hold her son in her lap after a standby passenger took the seat that was... Read More

From the earliest days of urban Manhattan, how much you made mattered more than who you were. The Dutch who arrived in the seventeenth century did not... Read More

If you were a Lego fan as a kid, you probably spent hours building up a variety of impressive fortresses, imagining you were a royal monarch of your... Read More

Both Emirates and Turkish Airways announced Wednesday that they are now officially exempt from the U.S. ban on laptops in airplane cabins, NBC News... Read More

There's no better way to cement your reputation as a beer destination than an official beer. And San Diego, a town that has more craft breweries than... Read More

Anchored by Union Square Park, this vibrant New York City neighborhood is as popular with tourists as it is with locals. Whether you're here for the... Read More

Since the late 19th-century, New York City's Little Italy has been an enclave for Italian immigrants, particularly those from Naples and Sicily. While... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. Millennials are finally jumping into the home market.Data from the National Association of Realtors show... Read More

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