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Just about the last thing anyone wants to see before they take off on a long-haul transatlantic flight is fuel gushing out of the wing of an aircraft.... Read More

There will now be a cheap way for travelers living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to explore Europe, as budget airline WOW Air begins... Read More

This story originally appeared on Money.com. Father’s Day weekend is just about here, and businesses all over the country are thanking dads with free... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com.A Texas woman who experienced a medical emergency while on an American Airlines flight died shortly after... Read More

A couple of pranksters at Miami International Airport were fooling fellow travelers by putting up stickers that looked like electric outlets on pillars... Read More

A North Carolina man has suffered severe burns after falling into a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park late on Tuesday. The investigators are still... Read More

An upcoming New York City restaurant will put “farm-to-table” restaurants to shame by letting customers catch their own meal.Zauo, the Japanese chain... Read More

This story originally appeared on SouthernLiving.com. The South is known for its laundry list of unique, quirky, cultural sayings — like “Bless... Read More

When the Moxy Times Square opens in September 2017, it will boast the largest all-season rooftop bar in New York City, becoming the crown jewel in a... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com. When Flag Day arrives on Wednesday, the day will mark precisely 240 years since the Continental Congress... Read More

Each year, a rare natural phenomenon transforms Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve’s Medano Creek into a water lover’s paradise.A recent video... Read More

New York City’s epicenter of cool, Williamsburg, has one of the most exciting (and fastest-growing) collections of quirky cafes, late-night,... Read More

This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com. German discount supermarket chain Aldi has been around in the United States since the 1970s – for... Read More

Despite its small size, New Orleans is a city with a big city personality. Live blues and jazz music emanate from the clubs lining Frenchman Street... Read More

San Antonio has finally stepped out of Austin's shadow, thanks in part to a booming hotel scene and serious downtown transformation. And if you only... Read More

This story originally appeared on RealSimple.com. Tigers and bears and owls—oh my! With more than 100 cameras placed at locations around the world,... Read More

Bittersweet August is your last chance to revel in the simple pleasures of summer, from lazy beach days and fresh seafood feasts to care-free... Read More

Anthony Bourdain is officially giving Pittsburgh its time to shine.Bourdain’s show, “Parts Unknown,” in which he uncovers regions that have been... Read More

For a stretch of 32 miles, there is a highway in North Dakota that’s home to a collection of the world’s largest scrap metal sculptures, aptly... Read More

With its many free historical sites, parks, and events, Orlando is a great city to visit without having to spend a fortune on expensive attractions.Many... Read More

New York City may be known for its cheesy pizza pies, dirty water dogs and namesake cut of steak, but eating vegan in the Big Apple is no challenge... Read More

Universal Orlando Resort’s new Volcano Bay water theme park may issue large-scale thrills across its 18 waterslides, but there’s only one you’ll come... Read More

While Chattanooga frequently flies under most travelers' radar, this small city is eager to prove there's more to Tennessee than Nashville. Its official... Read More

This story originally appeared on Time.com. Gema is one lucky canine. The airport service dog, who has been a loyal employee at the Orlando... Read More

Airlines are bound to lose bags once in a while, but it’s rare for a mistake to happen more than once. You would think.Earlier this year, Michael... Read More

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