Egyptian tourism workers and residents of the ancient city of Luxor voiced their anger Monday after an Islamist linked to a former Islamic militant group that carried out the city's deadliest... Read more »
The Red Cliffs Recreation Area — a fee site managed by the Bureau of Land Management Utah in the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area — will be temporarily closed to the public June... Read more »
Air traffic controllers in France kicked off a series of strikes against a European plan to overhaul their industry, forcing the country's main airports to cut their flight timetables in half on... Read more »
For the second time this year, a fire at sea has halted a cruise ship's voyage. This time, a blaze broke out aboard Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas, and the ship's 2,200 passengers were... Read more »
The commemoration of this year's milestone anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg will include amenities that soldiers would have relished 150 years ago. Read more »
It's a common sight on the nation's beaches: among the sand, sea foam and gnarled kelp lay plastic bottles, bags and other garbage. Read more »
After a visit to Sintra, Portugal, my wife and I decided it would be the perfect place to retire. With the not too distant coastline, the meandering hills and the incredible and colorful... Read more »
Even 150 years later, Vicksburg is still overshadowed by Gettysburg — so much so, that the Mississippi city is having its Civil War commemoration a few weeks early rather than compete with... Read more »
Artist Jack Zajac said learning earlier this year that his bronze sculpture was among the last works of art ever seen by President John F. Kennedy left him feeling "reverential." Read more »
Even in many of the places that suffered the most from Sandy, remarkable recovery and rebuilding efforts have been made to get them ready for the summer tourist season. Yet reminders of the storm's... Read more »
Israel's prime minister is under fire for a costly lifestyle at taxpayers' expense, just as his government is slashing welfare benefits and raising taxes to cope with a huge budget deficit. Read more »
USA Today founder Al Neuharth died Friday in Cocoa Beach, Fla. He was 89. Read more »
American Airlines resumed most flights Wednesday, a day after a massive technology failure forced the nation's third-largest carrier to ground all planes from coast to coast. Read more »
American Airlines grounded all flights across the United States for several hours Tuesday after a key computer system crashed, causing thousands of passengers to be stranded at airports and on planes. Read more »
Despite North Korea's warnings that the threat of war on the Korean Peninsula is so high it cannot guarantee the safety of foreign residents, it literally trotted out athletes from around the world... Read more »
Utah's capital will become the 20th city in the United States to adopt a small-distance bike sharing program when it launches GREENbike Monday and introduces a fleet of 100 bicycles and 10 kiosks... Read more »
Will tourists soon see flocks of baaing sheep at the Eiffel Tower and bleating ewes by Notre Dame cathedral? Read more »
A fatal gang rape in New Delhi didn't deter Germans Carolina De Paolo and Canan Wahner from traveling to India for a six-week tour. The attack was awful, but there is crime everywhere, they... Read more »
For more than a decade, he packed and repacked his treasure chest, sprinkling in gold dust and adding hundreds of rare gold coins and gold nuggets. Read more »
The new TRAX line to Salt Lake City International Airport is now only weeks away from completion, but those hoping to catch the first flights of the day or who will be arriving late won't be able... Read more »
State officials unveiled a $3.1 million advertising campaign Wednesday to promote tourism this spring and summer in what's being called "The Mighty Five," southern Utah's national parks. Read more »
Angry Birds have a new space coop. Read more »
The Provo Airport announced Wednesday new nonstop service to the San Francisco Bay area, even though Provo may have to close its tower because of automatic budget cuts. Read more »
Linda & Richard Eyre: Whether it's tennis, camping or boating, family getaways are worth the time, expense
Whether it’s tennis or boating or camping or whatever, remember that little getaways now and then are, from a communication standpoint, worth the time and expense they require. Read more »
The Red Cliffs Recreation Area — a fee site managed by the Bureau of Land Management Utah in the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area — will be temporarily closed to the public June 25–27. Read more »
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