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7 Reasons Why Oklahoma City is Drawing a Rainbow Crowd

Essential Air Travel Tips for the Holidays

By Matthew Wexler |
A recent visit revealed a robust culinary and craft brewery scene, cultural and historical attractions, and an emerging LGBTQ community that's increasingly attracting regional...

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Ahoy, Galveston! Royal Caribbean Plans Third Cruise Terminal

Ahoy, Galveston! Royal Caribbean Plans Third Cruise Terminal

Dec 7
The Port of Galveston and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. plan to develop an $85 million terminal — the third for the cruise-popular city on the Gulf of Mexico.

Uffizi Galleries Aim to Reduce Crowds and Ticket Scalpers

Uffizi Galleries Aim to Reduce Crowds and Ticket Scalpers

By Frances D'Emilio | Dec 7
The Uffizi Galleries have turned to algorithm experts in hopes of slashing crowds bunching up in front of the likes of masterpieces by Leonardo and Botticelli and drastically reducing the lines that form outside Italy's most-visited art museum.

Disneyland Tower Suggested as Legionnaires Disease Source

Disneyland Tower Suggested as Legionnaires Disease Source

Dec 6
A cooling tower that provides mist to make Disneyland visitors comfortable was the likely source for 22 cases in a Legionnaires' disease outbreak last year near the theme park, a health official testified this week.

Christmas Markets in Full Swing in Germany

Christmas Markets in Full Swing in Germany

Dec 6
Germany's popular Christmas markets are back in business, and the Gluehwein is flowing in Heidelberg's old town — under the city's landmark castle.

America's Biggest Travel Nightmares

America's Biggest Travel Nightmares

Dec 5
It can cost the average American traveler at least $570 — and upwards of $4,198 — when things go wrong on an airline trip, according to new research.

Revamped Belgian Museum Takes a Look at Colonial Past

Revamped Belgian Museum Takes a Look at Colonial Past

By Raf Casert | Dec 5
Belgium's Africa Museum, long called the last colonial museum in the world, is reopening on Saturday after more than 10 years spent revamping the building and overhauling its dated, one-sided approach to history.

One of the Most Remote Hotels in the World? Head to Greenland

One of the Most Remote Hotels in the World? Head to Greenland

Dec 4
Thinking of escaping the 'rat race'? Then you can't get much further than this... a remote hotel in Greenland which is 500 miles from anywhere.

Tourists Drawn to Lee Harvey Oswald's Dallas Homes

Tourists Drawn to Lee Harvey Oswald's Dallas Homes

Dec 3
Busloads of visitors still flock to Dallas homes where Lee Harvey Oswald lived before President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963, but historic preservation concerns are growing as the area gentrifies.

Tijuana Tourism Slumps Since Caravan Arrival

Tijuana Tourism Slumps Since Caravan Arrival

Dec 3
Tour operators and medical and dental offices in the Mexican border city of Tijuana are reporting a slowdown in business since a caravan of Central American migrants arrived.

It's Real: First New Concourse Opens at La Guardia Airport

It's Real: First New Concourse Opens at La Guardia Airport

Dec 1
A new concourse with 18 gates is opening this weekend at LaGuardia Airport, part of a broader plan to modernize the dilapidated and oft-mocked facility.

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