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Yellowstone Floods Wipe Out Roads, Bridges, Strand Visitors

Yellowstone Floods Wipe Out Roads, Bridges, Strand Visitors

TRAVEL | By Amy Beth Hanson | Jun 14, 2022

Massive floodwaters ravaged Yellowstone National Park and nearby communities Monday, washing out roads and bridges, cutting off electricity and forcing visitors to evacuate parts of the iconic park.

U.S. Lifts COVID-19 Test Requirement for International Travel

U.S. Lifts COVID-19 Test Requirement for International Travel

TRAVEL | By Zeke Miller | Jun 13, 2022

The Biden administration is lifting its requirement that international travelers test negative for COVID-19 within a day before boarding a flight to the United States.

Upcoming CabaretFest Provincetown 2022 Celebrates Hollywood with Starry Line-up

Upcoming CabaretFest Provincetown 2022 Celebrates Hollywood with Starry Line-up

TRAVEL | By John Amodeo | Jun 13, 2022

CabaretFestProvincetown returns for its 22nd year with "Hooray for Hollywood," a tribute to the great songs from the silver screen, June 21-26.

Japan Eases Foreign Tourism Ban, Allows Guided Package Tours

Japan Eases Foreign Tourism Ban, Allows Guided Package Tours

TRAVEL | By Mari Yamaguchi | Jun 10, 2022

Japan on Friday eased its borders for foreign tourists, but only for those on guided package tours who are willing to follow mask-wearing and other antivirus measures.

Summer Sizzles in Orlando

Summer Sizzles in Orlando

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 9, 2022

Orlando shines all year long, but never more so than during its summer months — especially for LGBTQ+ travelers, given the importance of the city's vast array of Pride events.

Cruise Liners Try to Rewrite Climate Rules Despite Vows

Cruise Liners Try to Rewrite Climate Rules Despite Vows

TRAVEL | By Ed Davey | Jun 8, 2022

The trade group representing the cruise ship industry unsuccessfully pushed international authorities to water down new environmental regulations despite its members' climate commitments.

Japanese Man, 83, Ready for More after Crossing Pacific Solo

Japanese Man, 83, Ready for More after Crossing Pacific Solo

TRAVEL | By Mari Yamaguchi | Jun 5, 2022

Kenichi Horie, 83, is the oldest person in the world to complete a solo, nonstop voyage across the Pacific Ocean — and he says he is still "in the middle of my youth" and not done yet.

Summer in the Hamptons Kicks Off With Edith Windsor Benefit

Summer in the Hamptons Kicks Off With Edith Windsor Benefit

TRAVEL | By Dr. William Kapfer | Jun 3, 2022

Summer in the Hamptons. It has always had a posh air about it — but the truth is far more nuanced. This summer season kicked off with a benefit for the Edie Windsor Healthcare Center that honored the LGBTQ+ hero.

Of Caribbean Resorts Curaçao Has More, Except Crowds

Of Caribbean Resorts Curaçao Has More, Except Crowds

TRAVEL | By Brandon Schultz | Jun 2, 2022

Of the six Dutch Caribbean islands, the most visited may be Aruba and Sint Maarten, but less-frequented Curaçao has more to offer of nearly everything. Except crowds.

Food. Landmarks. Pride. Experience the Buffalo Renaissance

Food. Landmarks. Pride. Experience the Buffalo Renaissance

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jun 1, 2022

Looking for a summer destination? Try Buffalo. Just a stone's throw from Niagara Falls, the city has much to offer, from a revamped waterfront, expansive outdoor public areas, and burgeoning neighborhoods crackling with inspired eateries.

Advisers tell Spirit Shareholders to Reject Frontier Bid

Advisers tell Spirit Shareholders to Reject Frontier Bid

TRAVEL | Jun 1, 2022

A firm that advises investors on proxy voting said Tuesday that Spirit Airlines shareholders should oppose Frontier Airlines' bid to buy Spirit, saying that a competing offer by JetBlue is financially superior.

You're Invited: Celebrate Washington D.C.'s Capital Pride

You're Invited: Celebrate Washington D.C.'s Capital Pride

TRAVEL | By Kilian Melloy | May 30, 2022

Capital Pride returns June 10 - 13 with a plethora of events celebrating our out, proud, and patriotic community, including the city's historic Pride Parade. And you're invited!

Flight Cancellations Pile Up on Busy Memorial Day Weekend

Flight Cancellations Pile Up on Busy Memorial Day Weekend

TRAVEL | May 29, 2022

Hundreds of flights worldwide were cancelled by midday Sunday, adding to the mounting number of scrubbed flights during the busy Memorial Day holiday weekend in the U.S.

Air Travelers Face Cancellations over Memorial Day Weekend

Air Travelers Face Cancellations over Memorial Day Weekend

TRAVEL | By Anne D'Innocenzio | May 28, 2022

Airline travelers are not only facing sticker shock this Memorial Day weekend, the kickoff to the summer travel season. They're also dealing with a pileup of flight cancellations.

Japan to Resume Tourism in June; Only Packaged Tour for Now

Japan to Resume Tourism in June; Only Packaged Tour for Now

TRAVEL | By Mari Yamaguchi | May 28, 2022

Japan will open its borders to foreign tourists in June for the first time since imposing tight pandemic travel restrictions about two years ago, but only for package tours for now, the prime minister said Thursday.

Prepare for Sticker Shock if You are Traveling this Summer

Prepare for Sticker Shock if You are Traveling this Summer

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | May 27, 2022

Airlines and tourist destinations are expecting monster crowds this summer as travel restrictions ease and pandemic fatigue overcomes lingering fear of contracting COVID-19 during travel.

Administration Opposes Airlines in Lawsuit over Crew Breaks

Administration Opposes Airlines in Lawsuit over Crew Breaks

TRAVEL | May 26, 2022

The Biden administration has sided against the airline industry and urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday to uphold a California law that would provide more rest and meal breaks for airline crews.

Pandemic-Weary Americans Plan for Summer Despite COVID Surge

Pandemic-Weary Americans Plan for Summer Despite COVID Surge

TRAVEL | By Caleb Jones and Stefanie Dazio | May 25, 2022

A COVID-19 surge is underway that is starting to cause disruptions as the school year wraps up and Americans prepare for summer vacations.

Airbnb Ends Rentals in China to Focus on Outbound Tourists

Airbnb Ends Rentals in China to Focus on Outbound Tourists

TRAVEL | May 24, 2022

Airbnb Inc. announced Tuesday it will stop representing short-term rental properties in China and focus its business in the country on serving Chinese tourists looking for lodgings abroad.

Seeing a Country with the Most High-Ranking Tour Guide

Seeing a Country with the Most High-Ranking Tour Guide

TRAVEL | By David Bauder | May 23, 2022

The veteran travel journalist, and by extension his viewers, are shown a nation's points of interest by the country's leader.

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