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The influx of millions of visitors to NYC during the holidays turns everyday walkers into Grinches. Their gripes are simple: Non-New Yorkers stop too often, walk too slowly, and block busy foot traffic.
The percentage taken in taxes for airline flights has steadily increased - some hailing it as a useful environmental measure to deter unnecessary travel, others claiming it stifles the economy and prevents businesses from growing.
A snowstorm caused widespread school and government closures in the nation's capital and elsewhere along the Eastern seaboard.
Chief executive of Tui travel company Peter Long tells BBC Breakfast the firm has seen a strong demand for all-inclusive holidays due to the higher cost of living.
Many of the ways in which this dusty, windswept area differs from most of North Korea are easiest to see at night.
Photos of 12 beaches close to Atlanta. Atlantic and Gulf Coast beaches are an easy drive from Atlanta.
Arkansas is nicknamed the Natural State, and its capital lives up to the moniker. There are plenty of ways for people to experience the great outdoors in and around Little Rock.
A Dutch luxury bus company is testing technology that monitors whether a driver is becoming drowsy. Royal Beuk BV said Tuesday it is outfitting 20 vehicles from six different charter vacation bus lines with a system designed by Australian company Seeing Machines.