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The National Park Service saw fewer visitors last year because of the government shutdown, but millions of people still visited their most popular parks, parkways and recreation areas. See if your favorite made their top 10 lists.
A California state legislator is proposing to ban the captivity of orca killer whales for entertainment at SeaWorld in the wake of CNN's controversial documentary "Blackfish."
A minor furor has broken out on social media after reports a Middle East Airlines (MEA) flight was refused entry to Baghdad because an Iraqi minister's son had been left behind in Lebanon.
From credit cards to crash test dummies to Concorde, some of the most important advances in travel over the last century.
The natural wonders of the United States are beckoning to us as the country thaws out. Tallest, highest, hottest: Here are 10 record-setting sites.
Attention passengers: United Airlines is cracking down on travelers with oversized carry-on luggage.
At Toyota Kaikan, visitors gawk at car guts, admire giant robots and buy boxes of Toyota-themed curry.
Which airline, hotel and rental car rewards programs are worth your while? It's nearly impossible for the occasional traveler to know. But the savvy frequent travelers of FlyerTalk have made their preferences known.
It's been a while since aerospace dedicated energy to flying past the sound barrier. Now, a few companies are looking into developing supersonic business jets -- one of which is throwing windows out of the equation.
It took years to get through -- an increase in the fee airline passengers pay for airport screening and other government-run aspects of aviation security.
The City Council of Wichita, Kansas, voted Tuesday to rename the city's Mid-Continent Airport in honor of a favorite son.
Move over Tokyo. Singapore has dethroned the Japanese capital to become the world's most expensive city to live in 2014, according to a new survey.