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Universal is teaming up with Nintendo to bring a nostalgic treat to its theme parks in Osaka, Orlando, and Hollywood. The new immersive attractions... Read More

In the basement of St. Paul the Apostle Church, a few blocks west of Columbus Circle in Manhattan, Julie Branam shouts above the music. “I want to see... Read More

The teenager who was arrested two years ago for scaling the World Trade Center building is still dangling from Manhattan skyscrapers.Justin Casquejo,... Read More

At least 14,000 people have evacuated Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and 100 buildings have been destroyed as wildfires continue to blaze across the eastern... Read More

For the first time in more than fifty years, a U.S. commercial flight landed in Havana, Cuba, on Monday, the Associated Press reported.The scheduled... Read More

The Rockefeller Center tree lighting is a New York City tradition that has been around for over 80 years, bringing both residents and tourists together... Read More

Icy conditions at an airport are generally bad news. However, ice at the Denver airport this holiday season could be a welcome relief for weary holiday... Read More

New Year’s Eve may not be a congested travel holiday like Thanksgiving or Christmas, but there are major celebrations worth traveling for across the... Read More

Logan Combs arrived in San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon after leaving Charleston six months ago.Combs walked over 3,300 miles to reach San Francisco.... Read More

Minneapolis St. Paul’s airport was just crowned the winner of America’s Best Restroom.Translation: Out of every single, possible restroom in the country... Read More

The world’s tallest water slide, the Verrückt, will be torn down after 10-year-old Caleb Thomas Schwab was killed on the ride in August... Read More

“It’s a Wonderful Life” is a holiday film favorite for many families around the country, and this year marks the film’s 70th Anniversary. To celebrate,... Read More

This story originally appeared on Businessinsider.com. A fishing trip in Alaska's Day Harbor turned into the whale-watching trip of a lifetime... Read More

It’s official: Pandora - The World of Avatar will be coming to Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom next summer.The immersive world, based... Read More

Black Friday isn't just about shopping. Though the day has become synonymous with crowds rushing to score retail deals, there are many activities... Read More

After threats of striking during the busiest travel week of the year, employees at Chicago O’Hare International Airport moved their strike to the week... Read More

Stand before the Smithsonian Institution Building, a Hogwarts-like spire sandwiched between the Washington Monument and the US Capitol, and you might... Read More

Finding a dining deal in one of the buzziest food capitals in the country can be as tough as snagging a last-minute reservation on a Friday night.... Read More

Sleep at the ION Luxury Adventure Hotel, Selfoss, IcelandWith its other-worldly landscapes and infamous northern lights, Iceland is a must-visit... Read More

The result of a massive volcanic eruption in 4,600 B.C., Oregon's Crater Lake is known far and wide for its inimitable cornflower blue hue... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com. The tragic death of a man who ventured into an out-of-bounds hot spring in Yellowstone... Read More

The delicious absurdity of staying in the Eloise Suite at New York City’s Plaza hotel reached its apotheosis at bedtime on our first night. My daughters... Read More

Turn any corner in Boston and you are bound to run into a landmark, from the gold-domed State House to the unmistakably-green Fenway Park. But... Read More

Norwegian Air announced it will no longer operate summer flights to Las Vegas—because it is just too darn hot.Starting March 25 next year, Norwegian Air... Read More

Iceland's WOW Air is once again offering $99 one-way flights from Los Angeles and San Francisco to Reykjavik for winter and spring travel. From Los... Read More

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