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After Hurricane Matthew passed through an island in South Carolina, residents found it had uncovered Civil War-era cannonballs. A bomb team evaluated... Read More

After months of failed union negotiations and $350 million in losses, the Trump Taj Mahal hotel and casino closed Monday, putting 3,000 people out of... Read More

The Scots who make Laphroaig know it’s not everyone’s cup of… Scotch. Made in Islay (pronounced EYE-lah), an island off Scotland’s western coast, since... Read More

Napa Valley, just an hour north of San Francisco, has the kind of pastoral beauty rarely seen outside of Tuscany. With its rolling hills and endless... Read More

Christopher Tkaczyk is the Senior News Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @ctkaczyk.If you’ve ever wanted to live in a... Read More

The New York Public Library reopened the historic Rose Reading Room this week, following a two-year renovation.An ornamental plaster rosette fell from... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com. For the first time ever, the largest mall in the United States will close on Thanksgiving ... Read More

With more than 400 wineries and tasting rooms to choose from in Napa Valley, planning a vacation to the renowned wine region can be overwhelming.We've... Read More

Khairuldeen Makhzoomi, 26, was on a plane at Los Angeles International Airport when he was escorted off by authorities and questioned, according to... Read More

With Hurricane Matthew wreaking havoc in the Caribbean and along the eastern U.S. coast—killing hundreds in Haiti and causing government-issued warnings... Read More

Self-driving cars are now a reality in a handful of cities around the world, although for the most part they are still undergoing road tests. In August... Read More

Hurricane Matthew approached the coast of Florida Friday morning and was expected to make landfall imminently, as the National Weather Service and local... Read More

Touted as the world's first underground park, the Lowline is set to be complete in an abandoned trolley station in the Lower East Side by 2021.Since the... Read More

October is a beloved time for haunted sights and ghostly attractions, and the month is also perfect for exploring the historical sights and favorite... Read More

The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog, where visitors get a creative twist on both the Irish pub experience and what you’d expect at an upscale cocktail bar,... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. Nonprofit thrift stores are great resources for shoppers hoping to score clothes, housewares... Read More

There are lots of different reasons to travel. There's experiencing the cuisine in a new place, or diving into local art, or sports. And then there's... Read More

Disney’s official blog has unveiled a preview of what the new Marvel-based “Guardians of the Galaxy” ride will look like. The ride will be replacing... Read More

When the Hollywood Sign was first erected, it was meant to be a temporary fixture on the face of Mount Lee—and it read “Hollywoodland.” Local real... Read More

The second annual Dog Film Festival will take place in New York on October 15. The day-long event will include screenings of feature-length films,... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com. Drake—the Canadian wunderkind and platinum-selling rapper—was on tour with a stop in Des Moines,... Read More

JetBlue is making flight deals from September (like $59 fares to the Caribbean) look expensive. For its first flash sale of the month, which concludes... Read More

The eatery at the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture is more than a restaurant. It’s a place to rediscover heritage... Read More

This story originally appeared on Realsimple.com. Related: How to Make a Mason Jar Salad listing here. Read More

Hurricane Matthew, a category four storm that made landfall in Haiti early Tuesday morning, began moving northwest toward the eastern U.S. coast Tuesday... Read More

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