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Riyadh's Ritz-Carlton: Luxury Hotel Or Detention Center for Saudi Royals?

Less than two weeks ago, the lavish Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Riyadh was playing host to some of the world's top executives. Now it appears to have become a detention center for Saudi royals ensnared in a corruption investigation.

How to Do Walt Disney World Like a Rock Star

If you're a Disney fan, you've done your share of spinning teacup rides, Dumbo flights and Haunted Mansion tours at Walt Disney World in Orlando.

With Roy Halladay's Death, Icon A5 Plane Has Second Fatal Crash This Year

Designed to make flying simple, the Icon A5 has been described as a sports car with wings that maneuvers like a Jet Ski.

AirlineRatings Names 'most excellent' Airlines for 2018

Air New Zealand gets regular kudos for innovating everything from in-flight services to safety videos, its funky films featuring Hobbits and other famous Kiwis.

Avant-Garde Cuisine Highlights Mexican Ingredients During The Best of Cocina de Autor Riviera Maya

Mexican cuisine is experiencing a moment of explosive change, and that was apparent during Grand Velas Riviera Maya’s latest culinary festival, Best of Cocina de Autor.

NAACP Warns Black Passengers About Traveling With American Airlines

The NAACP is warning African-American travelers to be careful when they fly with American Airlines. In an advisory late Tuesday, the organization said it has noticed "a pattern of disturbing incidents reported by African-American passengers, specific to American Airlines."

Drone Hits Passenger Plane in Canada

A drone crashed into a commercial airplane in Canada, the first time such an incident has occurred in the country, the government said Sunday.

Passports for Purchase: Open Citizenship Doors Around the World

Turns out money doesn't just buy a glamorous vacation in the Caribbean or a killer suite in Quebec -- it can buy residency too.

Airlines Are Still Struggling to Get Into Devastated Puerto Rico

Major commercial airlines are still struggling to fly to Puerto Rico after last week's hurricane.

Meet the Photographer Traveling the World for Free

We all dream of abandoning the 9-5 and traveling the world. We might even start packing our bags, only to come across that inevitable stumbling block: lack of cash.

Natchez, Mississippi: History and Heritage On Every Corner

Nestled along the banks of the curvy Mississippi River and situated high on The Bluff is a piece of preserved United States history that tells a story for generations to come. Natchez, first settled by the French in 1719 – ...

Are You Ready for Las Vegas Latin Caribbean Carnival?

Following up on a successful Band Launch on Saturday July 22, organizers for the up-coming Las Vegas Latin Caribbean Carnival are gearing up for a festive Halloween celebration with a Latin, Caribbean, West Indian and Diaspora twist in Southern Nevada ...

St. Louis Chapter Wants NAACP to Revoke Its Missouri Travel Advisory

The local St. Louis branch of the NAACP is calling for the organization to revoke its Missouri travel advisory, opposing the group's position at the state and national level.

Panama City Beach Invites Nature Lovers to “Make it Yours” And Explore Beach Sands, State Parks

– You may find it surprising that Panama City Beach is one of the top destinations for eco-tourism. With secluded stretches of sand, dense woodlands and wild wetlands, Panama City Beach is perfect for your next outdoor excursion. With ecotourism ...

Ventana BigSur Announces MultiMillion-Dollar Resort Re-Imagination With Fall 2017 Opening

Ventana Big Sur, the celebrated California resort perched at the edge of the continent overlooking the Pacific coastline, announced a multimillion-dollar re-imagination to coincide with a fall 2017 reopening. The intimate 59-room resort will introduce distinctive experiences that invite guests ...