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A passenger transporting his pet snake on a commuter flight left his companion behind on the plane. The animal was found a few hours later, during a... Read More

This story originally appeared on Dubai-based Emirates Airlines poked fun at President Donald Trump’s ban on most electronic devices on... Read More

This story originally appeared on Potter fans looking for a taste of Butterbeer (a favorite beverage amongst the wizards in Rowling... Read More

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has banned passengers coming from 10 Middle Eastern and North African airports from bringing any devices into... Read More

On the banks of of the Ohio River, the history-steeped Queen City has risen from its postindustrial doldrums. For an ideal weekend in Cincinnati — which... Read More

Children in Boston’s public schools were introduced to a new world map last week, offering a comparison to the traditional Mercator projection map... Read More

This story originally appeared on DeGeneres‘s Santa Barbara home will have your jaw on the floor — and not just because of the eight... Read More

As far as Disney princesses go, I've always been partial to Belle. So it was particularly upsetting, in a time when Disney hysteria is peaking... Read More

Manhattan has its big players — the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA — and its chic downtown spots — the newly opened Whitney Museum of American Art,... Read More

Nate is five years old. And, like most five-year-olds, he fixates on his hobbies. But while some five-year-olds may rattle off facts about Spider-Man or... Read More

Puerto Rico  Get 33 percent off a stay at the W Retreat & Spa on the island of Vieques. At the W's first North American "Retreat"... Read More

U.S. citizens are not pleased with the prospect of having to apply for visas to visit Europe, according to new survey data.The European... Read More

History buffs will soon be able to take a ride on the fastest torpedo boat from World War II for the very first time.The National WWII Museum will begin... Read More

Travel is a very popular item on people's bucket lists, according to a new study by AARP.AARP found that millennials were most likely to have a bucket... Read More

This story originally appeared on of the U.S. should expect higher than average temperatures this spring with a region stretching from... Read More

This story originally appeared on week, winter storm Stella left much of the Northeast snowbound and frozen, with high tides and flooding... Read More

The Monopoly board game has replaced three of its classic playing pieces with brand new additions.Say goodbye to the boot, wheelbarrow, and the thimble,... Read More

This story originally appeared on and the Beast is all the rage right now, so of course James Corden decided the time was ripe to bring... Read More

Star Wars fans eager for the new themed lands at Disney World in Florida and Disneyland in California can get a sneak peek at the projects in a new... Read More

This story originally appeared on YO! Sushi’s kaiten-style restaurant is now open in the Flatiron district.Combine the adages... Read More

As anyone who has spent hours canvassing the ocean knows, spotting a whale in the wild is always a magical experience. Travelers head to Oregon's... Read More

A destination wedding may seem like the perfect excuse to check out a romantic, far-flung island or charming European city for the first time. But... Read More

In late spring, Chicago will welcome Hotel EMC2 to the Magnificent Mile. Hotelier Scott Greenberg told Travel + Leisure that the boutique property... Read More

The Philadelphia Flower Show, America’s biggest and longest-running flower show, is using more than 30,000 colorful flowers to transport guests to... Read More

This story originally appeared on Obamas know where to dine out, especially when it comes to New York City. In the... Read More

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