(Bloomberg) -- Chuck Hughey braves security lines at Pittsburgh International Airport at least once a week. Not to catch a flight, but to get an ice cream cone or cruise a few of the concourses.
An Indiana woman said she became so ill at an all-inclusive Dominican Republic resort earlier this year that she'll have to be on medication the rest of her life, according to a new report.
Three weeks ago, NASA announced a new program to entice more commercial activities on the US side of the International Space Station (ISS). Starting in 2020, the station will be open to vacationers and others at a per-night-rate of $35,000.
The first trip, in 2009, happened by accident. At least it felt that way. My then-boyfriend wanted to go somewhere tropical. I wanted to go somewhere interesting, though I had no inkling of the plan he was hatching when I mentioned Hawai'i. I figur
and Other Villains ...I like to travel to foreign lands and go to concerts. There are certain films I want to see at the theater with a giant tub of popcorn in my lap. (Some movies are just so much better on the big screen!) To me, Disneyworld really
I should have kept my mouth shut about the guacamole; that made things worse for me. Otherwise, what I'm about to describe could happen to any American who travels internationally. It happened 33,295 times last year.
Depending on the news site you trust, as many as 11 American tourists have died in the Dominican Republic within the last year. Here is the latest report from Fox News:
John Bolton hates the governments of Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua--calling them the "troika of tyranny" and the "three stooges of socialism"--and is determined to use his time as National Security Advisor to eliminate the vestiges of soci
A group of seven Oklahoma teens fell ill during their senior trip to the Dominican Republic after eating dinner at the beleaguered Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Punta Cana, where at least two Americans have died recently out of nine total on the island
The agency is mum on how many people are impacted
It has been months in the planning - he had to convince his bosses to give him a month off to travel to and from China. Has it been a pain? "It definitely has. It's a matter of getting your train schedule in line with your visa requirements. I
Google is adding the location of speed traps to Google Maps. This means drivers will be warned when approaching a speed camera. Google is also adding speed limits to Google Maps. These will be displayed in the app, leaving drivers with no excuses for
No articles I have read, regarding Boeing's 737 MAX 8 tragedies, have mentioned the possibility of Boeing filing for bankruptcy. Perhaps mentioning bankruptcy sounds alarmist. At this point, we do know the Transportation Department's inspector ge
The grounding of the 737 Max after two air disasters and the potential loss of TSA staff to the Mexico border means cancelled flights and long lines.
The idea of overlanding in an electric vehicle, meandering miles and miles off the electrical grid for days on end, has so far been largely unfathomable, a bit terrifying, even. But we've seen that it's not impossible, and now electric truck startup
Traveling is on everyone's minds as summer approaches and crypto enthusiasts are no exception. But for anyone thinking of a holiday trip, travel arrangements can be arduous. Crypto payments can make your life easier in that regard, particularly wit
Each time President Trump spends a weekend away from the White House, there's a massive military effort to protect him from threats… including from above. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen was given rare access to present a d
BAE Systems has made a bit of aviation history by maneuvering the first aircraft in flight using supersonically blown air instead of ailerons or other control surfaces.
3 pilots responded to my 737 Max article, one was the captain of Qantas Flight 72 (QF72) who made an emergency landing.
When you travel by air, you're at the mercy of a lot of things. The TSA, some of whom appear to take glee in disrupting your carefully packed bag. The schedule of the planes, where one delay leads to another. The high prices at the
In the latest indication of how the financial burden of the 737 MAX's troubles will ultimately be borne by Boeing's airline customers, American Airlines announced on Sunday that it would cancel all flights with Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes through Aug. 19
Now that air-traffic security experts have had some time to peruse Ethiopian Airlines preliminary report on the deadly crash of flight EET302, a few are coming forward to dispute its central claim: Namely, that the pilots followed the manufacturer's
Alibaba has created the hotel of the future and it's wild, wonderful, and just a little creepy. FlyZoo, which is reportedly a Chinese pun for "must stay," is a 290-room ultra-modern boutique hotel in Hangzhou, China that lets guests play with t
Update (8:25 am): The FAA said the system outages have ended. FAA SAYS AIRLINE SYSTEM ISSUE HAS BEEN RESOLVED * * * Update (7:41 am): We're seeing reports that some of the outages have been resolved. Meanwhile, reporters have confirmed t
America's major RV makers have been slowly complementing larger products with light, versatile small trailers, but startups continue to lead the way when it comes to innovating smart, stylish teardrop trailers and small caravans. California's Polydro
The picture above is California Highway sign is from the quarterly Metro Transportation Commission report. I have personally never seen the digital sign mention the Flex Fastrak transponder. You will see below the large highway sign a tiny 2 foot tal
Starting in 2021, Americans will require permission to visit Europe… technically the 26 borderless countries within Europe's Schengen area.
Long known for its Go and Go-Easy gear-hauling tent trailers, SylvanSport has debuted its first hard-sided trailer at this week's RVX show. Like the Go trailers, the all-new Vast is a dual-purpose toy-hauler/camper, only this trailer packs even more
The world seems to be moving toward complete control over the freedom of movement. Most likely, we are approaching that critical point where governments are afraid of what is coming on the horizon. There are those in government who are well aware tha
An 18-year-old Boeing 767-300 flying from Beijing to Seattle was forced to turn around on Wednesday for "maintenance" after the airline said that the plane had suffered a mechanical failure, reports the China Times.