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Kiev: Borscht, Maidan, and a Trip to Chernobyl
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Johnny Jet's Summer Travel Advice

Kiev: Borscht, Maidan, and a Trip to Chernobyl

By Beth J. Harpaz |
Are you starting to think about summer vacation? John DiScala, better known as the air travel expert Johnny Jet, shares his tips.

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Family Claims Delta Tied Woman With a Disability to a Wheelchair

Family Claims Delta Tied Woman With a Disability to a Wheelchair

Apr 26
A woman with multiple sclerosis says Delta Air Lines employees tied her to a wheelchair with a blanket when they didn't have a chair that could accommodate her disability.

Palma: First Spanish City to Prohibit Apartment Rentals to Tourists

Palma: First Spanish City to Prohibit Apartment Rentals to Tourists

Apr 25
Palma on the island of Mallorca plans to become the first Spanish city to prohibit the rental of apartments to tourists.

No Hooves, Tusks or Horns! Alaska Airlines Updates Pet Policy

No Hooves, Tusks or Horns! Alaska Airlines Updates Pet Policy

Apr 25
Alaska Airlines has updated its policy on emotional support animals following an increase in incidents involving them on planes and in airports, including some customers and employees suffering bites.

Hepatitis Vaccines Urged for Travelers to Kentucky and Michigan

Hepatitis Vaccines Urged for Travelers to Kentucky and Michigan

Apr 24
Indiana health officials are advising residents to get vaccinated for hepatitis A if their summer plans include visits to Kentucky or Michigan.

After Air Accidents, Survivors Grapple with Flying Again

After Air Accidents, Survivors Grapple with Flying Again

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Apr 24
Survivors of air accidents often proclaim that their survival was a miracle. But what follows is another kind of miracle: Many survivors manage to get past the horror and onto planes again. How do they do it?

Las Vegas Mob Museum Lets People Play Police Officer

Las Vegas Mob Museum Lets People Play Police Officer

By Regina Garcia Cano | Apr 23
A new hands-on exhibit arms visitors with a pistol that shoots plastic pellets and puts them in simulated situations similar to those police encounter in real life.

Harry Potter Gets Boozy at Hudson Hotel

Harry Potter Gets Boozy at Hudson Hotel

Apr 23
Hudson Hotel celebrates the Broadway opening of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" with these muggle-friendly cocktails

Stop with the Selfies: An Oxygen Mask Can Save Your Life

Stop with the Selfies: An Oxygen Mask Can Save Your Life

By Damian J. Troise | Apr 20
Paying attention to flight attendants might save your life. It's a simple message, but passengers often ignore or passively watch along as safety instructions are given prior to takeoff.

Abu Dhabi Set to Open $1B Warner Bros. Amusement Park

Abu Dhabi Set to Open $1B Warner Bros. Amusement Park

By Jon Gambrell | Apr 19
Abu Dhabi will open a $1 billion indoor Warner Bros. amusement park this July. It encompasses 1.65 million square feet on Yas Island, a leisure destination for the Emirati capital.

Wine & Waterfalls in Oregon's Columbia River Gorge

Wine & Waterfalls in Oregon's Columbia River Gorge

By Sally Carpenter Hale | Apr 19
The Columbia River Gorge is a marvel of nature known for spectacular waterfalls, scenery and hiking. But it's also famous in the world of wine.

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