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Having an 80-pound Labradoodle as a travel buddy means B.L. Ochman can quickly separate the hotels that love dogs from those that just put up with them. Read more »
Fields of waving grain may have come to symbolize the United States' industrialized agriculture, but the U.S. pavilion at Expo 2015 world's fair is seeking to lead the conversation on how to feed 9... Read more »
The United States on Tuesday officially returned 25 artifacts that had been looted over the decades from Italy, including Etruscan vases, 1st-century frescoes and precious books that ended up in... Read more »
The 100,000 or so artifacts earmarked for the would-be Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture have for several years been neatly tucked away in numerous boxes at the state's history center in Oklahoma... Read more »
The oldest member of the Rockefeller family is giving a gift as part of his 100th birthday celebration: 1,000 acres of land including streams, trails and carriage roads abutting Acadia National Park. Read more »
This year is the 60th anniversary of the opening of the world's most famous theme park, Disneyland. The festivities and celebrations for this diamond anniversary will begin May 22. Read more »
FrontRunner, TRAX, the S-Line and buses will operate on a Saturday schedule on Memorial Day. Read more »
Like many rural communities, the central Iowa city of Winterset has an idyllic town square, variety stores and a historic movie theater. But Winterset also has a unique claim to fame: It's the... Read more »
A record number of travelers are expected to take to the skies this summer thanks to a rebounding economy. Read more »
A dark, submarine-inspired thrill ride in California and swank new offerings at Downtown Disney all top the summer's must-do list for theme park and amusement fans. Read more »
Club Ebony was once a hopping juke joint, a place where blues masters B.B. King, Little Milton and Howlin' Wolf performed for residents of this humble farming community looking to spice up their... Read more »
Disneyland's Diamond Celebration begins May 22. Here is what to expect during the 60th anniversary of the Disneyland Resort. Read more »
The Utah Department of Transportation is advising motorists and outdoor recreation enthusiasts that state Route 39, the Monte Cristo Highway, will open at 6 a.m. Sunday, May 17. Read more »
Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson leans back in his chair, smiles and explains why he's so happy. Read more »
Utah’s national parks are known for their beauty, unusual landscapes, remoteness and quiet. But it turns out, these arches are “talking." Experts are now monitoring the resonate... Read more »
Advocacy groups seeking to get the British Museum to return the Parthenon Marbles to Athens expressed disappointment Thursday after Greece's culture minister said he would not launch a court challenge for the famous collection. Read more »
After more than 75 years of flying, the end is near for US Airways. Read more »
The Utah Transit Authority announced Wednesday it will offer extended service hours and increase frequency on some designated routes starting in August. Read more »
Thousands of commuters and travelers had to scramble Wednesday after a deadly Amtrak train derailment shut down a critical section of the busiest railroad in North America. Read more »
After more than 75 years of flying, the end is near for US Airways. Read more »
Cambodia welcomed home a 10th century stone statue of a Hindu god that was looted from a temple during the country's civil war and spent the past three decades at an American museum. Read more »
This summer Albania plans to debut what it hopes will become a new selfie spot for tourists: Sazan Island, a former military base that still has bunkers and tunnels designed to withstand nuclear... Read more »
Brazilian tourist Cristiane Stekel stood next to Chilean poet Pablo Neruda's bed and looked out the window at rough ocean waves. The bed is positioned so that the sun rises at its head and sets at... Read more »
With more money in their pockets thanks to lower gas prices and an improved job market, AAA expects more than 37 million Americans to travel for Memorial Day, the most since 2005. Read more »
For 34 years, blues musicians like the late Lightnin' Hopkins have been honored with induction into the Blues Hall of Fame in Memphis. Read more »
Elvis is in the bathroom and a big plastic Santa Claus looms over a bug-eyed alien at a quirky store that's a black hole of kitsch for visitors in downtown Birmingham. Read more »
The Arizona Department of Transportation will open Arizona state Route 67 to the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park on Friday, May 15. Read more »
King Kong first appeared on screens in New York City in 1933, but next summer, he'll be in Florida , headlining a new thrill ride at Universal Orlando. Read more »
Twenty-one members of the Vanderbilt family have written to a preservation group that owns The Breakers, saying its management is exploiting the Gilded Age family mansion and is not fulfilling its... Read more »
Amazon wants to give JetBlue passengers a new option for tuning out that crying baby or talkative seat neighbor. Read more »
The world's oldest complete copy of the Ten Commandments is going on rare display at Israel's leading museum in an exhibit tracing civilization's most pivotal moments. Read more »
Skiers and snowboarders at Vermont's Sugarbush resort have spent the morning on the slopes and played golf in the afternoon — testament to the abundance of snow that extended the season at... Read more »
Not all of the stories at Ellis Island's immigration museum are about someone's great-grandfather arriving as a boy from Europe at the start of the 20th century. Read more »
The win by the sweet-striding colt gave Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert his fourth Derby win, and jockey Victor Espinoza his third and second in a row. Read more »
The blue-rimmed eyes of Kathmandu's gold-spired Swayambhunath stupa stare silently from a hilltop overlooking this city in the Himalayan foothills. Read more »
Construction will cause delays on Weiss Highway heading into Little Sahara Recreation Area. Read more »
Michelle Obama praised New York's Whitney Museum of American Art for its outreach to the community during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the museum's new downtown home Thursday and said she "fell in... Read more »
About 165,000 cars cross Point of the Mountain on an average day, so UDOT is widening the road to six lanes in each direction to ease congestion. Until work is done, the speed limit will be 55 mph,... Read more »
From Salvador Dali's turn on "What's My Line?" to a dreamy, cherry-topped ice cream sundae thought up by Andy Warhol for a restaurant commercial, modern art indelibly influenced early television. Read more »
Milan's Expo 2015 world's fair has heady ambitions, the biggest of which is to devise a plan to feed the planet as it brings together 145 nations to focus on food and nutrition. Read more »
Nashville, Tennessee, is looking up to Utah’s capital as a city that’s paving a path it intends to follow. Read more »
House Republicans unveiled legislation on Tuesday to sharply curb the Obama administration's recent moves to ease restrictions on travel to Cuba. Read more »
Framed by pitch-black canyon walls rising monumentally on either side of the rushing, rain-swollen Havasu Creek, the night sky burst with snow-white stars and Milky Way swirls. Read more »
Two bunkers straight from the Cold War era — one in Florida, the other in Canada — take visitors back to the days when the unthinkable was thinkable. Read more »
It looks like Elvis Presley's airplanes are staying at Graceland after all. Read more »
Street banners for weeks have teased: "Whitney, Unpacking in the Meatpacking, May 2015." Read more »
Bryce Canyon National Park will implement RV parking restrictions from April 24 through Sept. 30. Read more »
Passenger satisfaction with air carriers in the U.S. improved slightly this year but not enough to pull airlines from the bottom of the list of most appreciated industries. Read more »
An outbreak of measles that popped up at Disneyland in late December soon spread to six other U.S. states, Mexico and Canada. Health officials suspect an infected traveler, who caught the virus... Read more »
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