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The Bahamas Tells Its Citizens to Be Careful in the U.S. Following Shootings

This isn't a petty retaliation for warnings that the U.S. issued regarding the Bahamas. It's sound advice considering the state of the U.S.

Cheap Gas Means the Return of the Great American Road Trip

We said in January this would be a great time for road trips. And it will be a great time for mid-priced hotels, too.

China Will Be the Largest Overseas Visitor Market for the U.S. by 2020

Chinese travelers will continue to be more common in many U.S. markets during the next five years, but their numbers will not grow as fast as they have over the last decade.

3 Charts Showing U.S. Travelers’ Plans For Summer Vacations

It looks like another healthy summer travel season for the U.S. is on its way.

Eye Scans and Face Scans Greet Tourists Leaving the U.S.

Although we understand where this is coming from, considering the entrance presented to many non-U.S. entrants to the U.S. this seems more like a final insult than a security measure.

Commercial Flights Between U.S. and Cuba Can Officially Resume

Start building those hotels.

There Aren’t Enough Air Traffic Controlers at the U.S.’s Busiest Airports

Air traffic control in the U.S. Is decades behind where it should be and the nation's political leaders are to blame.

Cuba Is Already Overwhelmed With Tourists From the U.S.

The opportunities for hospitality and transportation companies in Cuba are enormous. Which ones will best take advantage of the situation?

The Top 10 Countries Whose Citizens Love the U.S. So Much They Won’t Leave

Visa overstays are a hot topic for xenophobic politicians, but the data indicates that very few international travelers choose to remain in the U.S. illegally. It also so happens that the worst offenders are America's neighbors.

U.S. Visa Waiver System Comes Under Political Scrutiny – 25 Moments in 2015

25 Moments that Mattered in 2015: To make our selection of 25 moments, we thought back to the stories that drove reader engagement and sparked discussion among both travel experts and the general public. Some stories were quick blips that represented bigger things while others were narratives that built slowly through out the year. Each one, though, spoke to where we are right now when it comes to the big business of global travel.