U.S. high-speed rail will continue to be imaginative until all states get on the same page about how to fund these projects.
Visit Dallas redeveloped its website to reflect the city's neighborhood appeal in an effort to attract more leisure travelers and extend its domestic source markets for short-term getaways.
In a city with the sixth largest LGBT population nationwide, Visit Dallas wants meeting planners to know it has a completely different attitude toward equality and tolerance than Houston.
A level playing field with the same rules for everyone would be a great thing for consumers and businesses.
When Lyft and Uber play by the same rules they'll still win. But they have a hard time adapting to anyone's rules.
History is often in the eyes of the beholder as competing groups in San Antonio are finding out.
Texans could be all for it, just so long as nobody thinks the federal government is involved -- then they'll vote against their beet interested just to prove a point.
Yes, the TSA may be hassling potential patients, but Houston and other U.S. medical tourism destinations are also dealing with competition from other destinations with advanced medical care.
Texas isn't satisfied with its airline service, and is looking to launch some bullet trains between big cities to take up the slack when airlines have much grander routes on their minds.
The idea that swag is a security concern seems humorous at first, but it's better that U.S. airports are extra cautious, even during a seemingly benign event, than let disaster strike.