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Historic hotel bars across America

Share This Story!Let friends in your social network know what you are reading aboutAmerica's historic hotel barsExplore celebrity haunts, iconic art, history-infused surroundings...

Nor’easter prompts airlines to cancel more than 2,200 flights

Forecasters have tweaked their snowfall predictions several times as another powerful winter storm approached the Northeast, but many airlines weren't taking any chances. Airlines...

After Irma, Most Orlando Attractions Have Reopened

Universal Orlando Resort’s three theme parks — Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Island of Adventure and...

Norwegian Cruise Line’s private island gets a makeover

AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideGreat Stirrup Cay, Norwegian Cruise Line's private island in the Bahamas, is emerging from a major makeover that has...

Do those cheaper United, American and Delta fares make sense?

CLOSE The idea of a 'basic' economy class ticket isn't new: Less frills, less cost. Let's break down the pros...

The loads so wide they defy the laws of physics

If you think it’s not often that the laws of physics are defied – think again. These incredible photographs from around the world reveal...

The key to low airfares is competition

A Frontier Airbus A321 passes under the pedestrian bridge at Denver International Airport on May 7, 2017.(Photo: Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren for USA TODAY)Airfares...

On a Small Greek Isle, Drawing to Discover and Remember

I hadn’t come to the Cyclades for the famous islands. I was there for me....

Visit Grand Rapids, Mich. breweries

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Airlines waive change fees as more snow arrives

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How America’s Junk Food Problem Made Its Way To China

When KFC opened its first restaurant in Beijing in 1987, people from all over the city flocked there for a taste of America....

Priceline creates leisure travel site for military members: CEO

Priceline.com CEO Brett Keller joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" team to discuss the new travel economy and their new travel site for military members. Click...
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