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Wine & Waterfalls in Oregon's Columbia River Gorge

Sneak Peek: 5 Pride Festivals Worth Traveling For in May

By Sally Carpenter Hale |
The Columbia River Gorge is a marvel of nature known for spectacular waterfalls, scenery and hiking. But it's also famous in the world of wine.

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Abu Dhabi Set to Open $1B Warner Bros. Amusement Park

Abu Dhabi Set to Open $1B Warner Bros. Amusement Park

By Jon Gambrell | Apr 19
Abu Dhabi will open a $1 billion indoor Warner Bros. amusement park this July. It encompasses 1.65 million square feet on Yas Island, a leisure destination for the Emirati capital.

Atlantic City's Hard Rock Casino Announces 6/28 Opening

Atlantic City's Hard Rock Casino Announces 6/28 Opening

By Wayne Parry | Apr 19
Hard Rock will open its Atlantic City casino resort on June 28.

For Americans, Big Changes in Travel to Cuba

For Americans, Big Changes in Travel to Cuba

By Michael Weissenstein | Apr 18
Raul Castro's time in office has seen dramatic changes in Americans' ability to travel to Cuba, with a dramatic opening under U.S. President Barack Obama, then a partial reduction under President Donald Trump.

Hundreds of Passengers Stranded in Mexico When Airline Ends Service

Hundreds of Passengers Stranded in Mexico When Airline Ends Service

Apr 17
Hundreds of travelers from Minnesota who were left were stranded in Mexico after Sun Country Airlines canceled flights due to a storm at home had to scramble to find flights on other airlines.

7 Ways to Save on Your Next National Park Trip

7 Ways to Save on Your Next National Park Trip

By Lauren Schwahn | Apr 17
America's national parks are brimming with natural wonders: cascading waterfalls, towering redwoods, white sand beaches. But visiting these gems can cost money and soon will get a little pricier. here are seven ways to plan a cheaper national park trip.

Korean Air Suspends 'Nut Rage' Sister From Work Over Tantrum

Korean Air Suspends 'Nut Rage' Sister From Work Over Tantrum

By Youkyung Lee | Apr 16
Korean Air Lines said Monday it has suspended one of its chairman's daughters from her marketing work after she threw a tantrum at a business meeting, triggering public outrage and a police investigation.

Sherpa Guide Attemps Mt. Everest for 22nd Time

Sherpa Guide Attemps Mt. Everest for 22nd Time

By Binaj Curubacharya | Apr 13
Kami Rita says he'll be summiting Everest for years to come.

Kiev: Borscht, Maidan, and a Trip to Chernobyl

Kiev: Borscht, Maidan, and a Trip to Chernobyl

By Nicole Evatt | Apr 13
Through years of political upheaval and economic turmoil, Ukraine's capital city, Kiev, has remained a vibrant, engaging place to visit. For travelers, its food and culture rival the best of Europe at a fraction of the price.

Fly Now, Pay Later: Are Travel Loans a Good Deal?

Fly Now, Pay Later: Are Travel Loans a Good Deal?

By Amrita Jayakumar | Apr 13
What if you could book your trip today and pay for it later - without maxing out your credit cards?

Airlines Getting Better in Key Areas... Except Delays

Airlines Getting Better in Key Areas... Except Delays

By David Koenig | Apr 12
U.S. airlines are getting better at many things except getting you to your destination on time.

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