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Diana James suffered a subdural hematoma on the second day of her trip to Portugal. She's now in a coma with her family unsure of when they'll get to bring her back.          more
Monday and Tuesday will feature the lowest tides this week. Tides will be nearly four feet lower than normal. more
In their desperation to snag a decent deal, global leisure travelers may be much more prone to getting lured in by a deal that’s literally too good to be true. more
Yes, there are excellent tacos in New York City, and you don’t even have to search hard to find ’em. Here are a dozen spots to try. more
Ireland is on high on my travel bucket list. We were previously scheduled to visit Ireland last August, but COVID restrictions led to a cancellation. Now, with American Airlines announcing a … more
From a Hopservatory to the High Desert Museum, here's what to do, see and eat in Central Oregon. more
Turku, Lake Bacalar, the island of Karpathos -- you may not have heard of these places, but you will definitely want to go see them. more
When Icelandair changes Patricia Boyle's flights from Baltimore to Washington Dulles International Airport, she asks for a refund from her tour operator, Icelandair Holidays. So, why isn't it … more
Buyers are balking at soaring prices, forcing U.S. RV manufacturers to temporarily shutter production and dealers to discount inventory. The industry faces a testing period of declining sales and … more
Florida Mall attraction experiences orange takeover with Kubota, race cars. more
Weed enthusiasts, take note if you're planning to vacation aboard Carnival Cruise Line anytime soon. The company, known for its "fun shops," has introduced what some would call a buzzkill — drug … more
From inflatable paddleboards to mosquito repellers to hammocks, here are items that can enhance summertime outdoor adventures in Florida. more
This quirky mystery partly boils down to the high cost of replacing road and airport signs. The post Why is there no Terminal D at Logan Airport? appeared first on more
Solo travel is a transformative experience that allows you to break free from your comfort zone, explore new horizons, and discover yourself in ways you never thought possible. It’s an opportunity … more
Two men were in the vehicle when it crashed off the east side of the bridge and landed on Southeast Water Street below.          more
Since last October, Southwest has reached agreements with eight of its union partners.          more
TELLER COUNTY, Colo. (KRDO) – The Teller County Sheriff's Office and Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) want to alert you of road work that is scheduled to begin on Monday, June 5. … more
The 54th World Series of Poker is underway, and for the second year it is being held on the Strip, this time officially at Horseshoe Las Vegas (the hotel was still Bally’s when the tournament was … more
Did you spot a sign of Hawaiian life on your travels? To submit photos, check out our new, simple online submission form at You must fill out all required fields in order to … more
According to legend, Rome was born April 21, 753 B.C., when Romulus, the survivor of its feuding twin founders, hitched his plow and furrowed a circular perimeter in the hills above the Tiber River. … more
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