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A Taste for Travel: 5 Must-Eat Destinations This Fall

A Taste for Travel: 5 Must-Eat Destinations This Fall

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Sep 19, 2020

Tired of feeding your sourdough starter? Here are five of our favorite delectable finds of the season, where you may even be enticed to double-order and take the seconds home for tomorrow's meal.

Fishing for Peace of Mind? Americans Are Turning to the Great Outdoors

Fishing for Peace of Mind? Americans Are Turning to the Great Outdoors

TRAVEL | Sep 17, 2020

Nearly six in 10 Americans have a new appreciation of nature during quarantine, according to new research.

Hawaii to Allow Travelers to Skip Quarantine with Virus Test

Hawaii to Allow Travelers to Skip Quarantine with Virus Test

TRAVEL | By Audrey McAvoy | Sep 17, 2020

Hawaii Gov. David Ige said Wednesday that starting Oct. 15, travelers arriving from out of state may bypass a 14-day quarantine requirement if they test negative for COVID-19.

6 Fall Vacations in the US to Unwind and Relax

6 Fall Vacations in the US to Unwind and Relax

TRAVEL | Sep 16, 2020

Whether you want to bike the Green Mountains or curl up with a good book in a luxury motor home, there are plenty of ways to unplug and relax this fall.

Six of the Best Places to Travel in the US

Six of the Best Places to Travel in the US

TRAVEL | Sep 15, 2020

Do you plan on doing any traveling later on in the year or next? If so, there are plenty of destinations that you can travel to in the US. Here are six.

US Issues Sweeping New Travel Warning for China, Hong Kong

US Issues Sweeping New Travel Warning for China, Hong Kong

TRAVEL | Sep 15, 2020

The U.S. on Tuesday issued a sweeping new advisory warning against travel to mainland China and Hong Kong, citing the risk of "arbitrary detention" and "arbitrary enforcement of local laws."

COVID Exodus Fills Vacation Towns With New Medical Pressures

COVID Exodus Fills Vacation Towns With New Medical Pressures

TRAVEL | Sep 15, 2020

"For health care, the bottom line is: As our population grows, we have to have the infrastructure to support it," says one expert from Colorado ski country. And many communities do not.

Watch: 'Queer Eye' Star Antoni and BF Kevin Harrington Share Stunning Pics from Northwest Vacation

Watch: 'Queer Eye' Star Antoni and BF Kevin Harrington Share Stunning Pics from Northwest Vacation

TRAVEL | Sep 13, 2020

"Queer Eye" star Antoni Porowski and his boyfriend Kevin Harrington are sharing some stunning photos on their Instagram from a vacation to Colorado, Wyoming and other states in the region.

What Is the Risk of Catching the Coronavirus on a Plane?

What Is the Risk of Catching the Coronavirus on a Plane?

TRAVEL | By Noah Y. Kim | Sep 11, 2020

In the absence of reliable data, we decided to ask the experts about the possibility of contracting the virus while on a flight.

Airlines, Unions Running Out of Time to Get More Federal Aid

Airlines, Unions Running Out of Time to Get More Federal Aid

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Sep 11, 2020

A couple hundred flight attendants and pilots rallied this week on Capitol Hill and tweeted at lawmakers, asking them for $25 billion in additional federal funds to prevent airline furloughs next month.

Puerto Rico Reopens Beaches, Gyms and Theaters Amid Pandemic

Puerto Rico Reopens Beaches, Gyms and Theaters Amid Pandemic

TRAVEL | By Dánica Coto | Sep 11, 2020

Puerto Rico's governor on Thursday announced she would reopen beaches, casinos, gyms and movie theaters across the U.S. territory as officials report a recent drop in COVID-19 cases and deaths that some experts worry could once again spike.

US Will End Current Health Screenings of Some Travelers

US Will End Current Health Screenings of Some Travelers

TRAVEL | Sep 11, 2020

The United States plans to end enhanced health screening of travelers from certain countries next week, and those visitors will no longer be funneled through 15 large U.S. airports.

Watch: Actor-Comedian George Hahn Exposes NYC 'Hellscape'

Watch: Actor-Comedian George Hahn Exposes NYC 'Hellscape'

TRAVEL | Sep 9, 2020

Depending on what network you watch, you may think New York City and other urban areas have become a wasteland of violence. Actor George Hahn takes to the streets to show us what's really happening.

Boeing Finds New Problem with 787 That Will Delay Deliveries

Boeing Finds New Problem with 787 That Will Delay Deliveries

TRAVEL | By David Koenig | Sep 9, 2020

Boeing has recorded its first orders of the year for the grounded 737 Max, but a new flaw has surfaced in another of its planes, compounding the company's struggle to recover during a pandemic that has undercut demand for new jetliners.

Amid Virus Surge, Noem Pushed South Dakota Tourism with CARES Act Funds

Amid Virus Surge, Noem Pushed South Dakota Tourism with CARES Act Funds

TRAVEL | By Stephen Groves | Sep 8, 2020

The state currently ranks second in the country for new cases per capita over the last two weeks. Yet Gov. Kristi Noem is using $5 million in federal relief funds to pay for a tourism ad campaign.

Pandemic Turns Summer into European Tourism's Leanest Season

Pandemic Turns Summer into European Tourism's Leanest Season

TRAVEL | By Raf Casert | Sep 6, 2020

Six months later, as Europe's meanest tourist summer season in history is starting to draw to a close, COVID-19 is yet to loosen its suffocating grip on the continent.

Will Labor Day Weekend Bring Another Holiday COVID Surge?

Will Labor Day Weekend Bring Another Holiday COVID Surge?

TRAVEL | By Blake Farmer, Nashville Public Radio | Sep 5, 2020

In time for the tail end of summer, many local governments are lifting restrictions to resuscitate tourism activity and rescue small businesses, but will it cause a spike in cases?

For California's Big Cities, San Diego in a Class by Itself

For California's Big Cities, San Diego in a Class by Itself

TRAVEL | By Julie Watson | Sep 4, 2020

Among California's 10 most populous counties, San Diego is the only one with virus cases low enough to meet standards for reopening theaters, museums and gyms, and resuming indoor dining — all with limited capacity to provide for physical distancing.

Fun in the Sun: 6 LGBTQ Beach Getaways

Fun in the Sun: 6 LGBTQ Beach Getaways

TRAVEL | By Ivan Quintanilla | Sep 3, 2020

An end-of-season getaway may be just what you need to power through the rest of 2020. Check out our favorite LGBTQ-friendly beach destinations and tips for how to make the most of your vacation.

A Harrowing Forecast for Hotels 6 Months Into Pandemic

A Harrowing Forecast for Hotels 6 Months Into Pandemic

TRAVEL | Sep 1, 2020

"Thousands of hotels can't afford to pay their mortgages and are facing the possibility of foreclosure and closing their doors permanently," says industry expert Chip Rogers.

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