Nothing like making a little history over a $6 lunch.
The opening of Cuba to Americans is still a work in progress. But the Obama administration is in good shape to ease travel restrictions despite the resistance from House Republicans.
While we think Chicago could always use a little love, the significance of a Hawaiian library (and the weather) has us rooting for the island.
The new bill comes only a few days after airports started donating forgotten items at TSA checks to veteran groups. The seemingly small motions have a meaningful impact for anyone whose ever struggled through the screening process.
The general American public was confused by the travel warning and what it meant for their summer travel plans. Obama sent a somewhat mixed message on TV telling viewers there was a significant threat, but that common sense could keep them safe.
Obama's commitment to climate change is not in sync with his refusal to pay the EU carbon tax, causing anxiety among environmental advocates that see the U.S.'s support as critical to passing laws that curb airlines' carbon pollution.
A high profile visit to Africa by Obama, a "homecoming of sorts" for him, in the middle of all the big news events happening with his administration and in U.S., will bring a lot of media coverage. The African nations he's going to visit have big hopes of promoting themselves.
Obama's visit to West Africa in his first term helped draw attention to the diversity of experiences in destinations like Ghana, and if he doesn't get sidetracked by political arguments the same could happen in Tanzania and other parts of southeast Africa.
Obama’s visit will be projected through rose-colored glass and is unfair to those still rebuilding their homes and towns. It does; however, show how serious the state is about rebuilding its tourism reputation.
Airlines like it best when they’re the only ones hiking fares, and a government jump would mean carriers would have to wait longer before attempting a fare increase among their business travel base.