As Philadelphia prepares to host the 2016 Democratic National Convention and celebrate the 40th anniversary of the original "Rocky" movie, there's one more reason to celebrate. The City of Brotherly Love been named the top U.S. spot to visit in Lonely Planet's 2016 "Best in the U.S." list.
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Often called "America's best idea," the creation of the world's first national park at Yellowstone wasn't intended to be a radical new idea by a young nation.
Renewing a passport and border checks are not the easiest of tasks for Shona Owen thanks to the unusual location of her birth. About 36,000 feet in the air.
In theory, airports and cinemas seem made for each other. Yet few airports seem to have been willing to take the plunge, until now.
A man died Thursday night after he was shot in the parking lot of a northeast valley apartment complex.
Here's a staggering figure to consider next time you're grumbling about the long lines at the airport check-in counter: 1.184 billion.
Help has arrived for travelers who've resolved to avoid spending their tourism cash in countries with poor human rights and environmental records.
It's the annual announcement every nervous flier awaits with interest: AirlineRatings.com's safest airline award.
The Clark County School Board, following a year of public disputes over sex education, teacher contracts and other heated issues, rang in 2016 with a divisive vote Wednesday to select its next leadership.
He was a whiz kid up against a $21 billion company. Aktarer Zaman, now 23, didn't back down when United Airlines and Orbitz sued him a little over a year ago for opening a website called Skiplagged.com to help travelers find cheap plane tickets.
Finally, Las Vegas is celebrating the new year, three hours after the ball dropped at Times Square in New York.
Can't make it to Times Square on December 31? Worry not; chances are there's a folksier New Year's Eve celebration closer to your home.
Huge airline profits. New planes. Longer routes. Improved airports. Heightened attention to safety. Throw in an estimated 3.7 billion passengers for 2016 ... and you've got a seriously busy aviation year ahead.
If you were to leave Miami on a flight heading west, 20 hours later you could be in Asia.
The Transportation Security Administration can now mandate some passengers go through a body scanner even if the travelers ask to opt out and get a full-body pat-down instead.
Police are investigating a breach in security at a New York City airport earlier this month when an unidentified man trespassed on a taxiway and warned a cargo worker not to say anything, according to Port Authority Police.
Airport travel is bound to be stressful this week, and United Airlines is bringing in four-legged backup to help with the problem.
The Clark County School District, with the support of its teachers union, soon may overhaul its salary schedule to recruit new educators to Las Vegas while encouraging more teachers to work in at-risk schools.
Las Vegas ranks as the fifth-most-booked U.S. travel destination for 2016, a new poll shows.
While it's going to get a whole lot easier to buy a ticket to fly to Cuba in the near future, at least one analyst is asking why anyone would want to.
The way pilots responded to a technical malfunction resulted in the crash of an AirAsia flight into the Java Sea, killing all 162 people on board, investigators said Tuesday.
Las Vegas police rescued a climber Thursday morning who injured his ankle in the Red Rock Canyon National Conversation Area.
Tens of millions put their bags on a conveyor belt, walk through a metal detector, then head to their flights at American airports each year.But what happens when a Transportation Security Administration agent misses something in those seemingly routine checks? And, when they do, what does it say about how safe American travelers really are?
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