Did the polar vortex muck up your first trip of 2014? We've got some advice that may help ease the winter travel woes.
Don't waste your time reading all the "where to travel in 2014" lists. We’ve added them together to come up with a general consensus!
New Year's Eve celebrations may leave some revelers too intoxicated to drive home safely. Fortunately, individual AAA clubs are offering "Tipsy Tow" Holiday Safe Ride services to get partygoers home safe -- for free.
These nonprofits offer everyday tourists easy (and sometimes effortless) ways of making a difference through their travels.
When it comes to North American carriers, not all in-flight airline food is created equal.
It's going to be the busiest holiday season on record for American travelers. Are you prepared?
Unwrap an early gift to entertain yourself on the ride home this year, because AAA predicts Christmas 2013 will be the busiest ever.
These seven startups that hit the Web in 2013 are revolutionizing the way we think about travel.
Taxes levied specifically on travel-related services increased the total tax bill for visitors by a whopping 58 percent in 2013.
What you should know about Storm Dion and if you should be worried.
Investigators expect their work at the accident site to take a week to 10 days, and restoration of the service in the line could take longer.
A plethora of deals on hotels, flights and cruises are a mouse click away.
At a loss for what to get that traveler on your Christmas list? We’ve got some gift ideas that should hit the spot.
Expert travel tips to successfully handle the holiday airport rush and reach your destination this Thanksgiving holiday.
Itching for a budget getaway? Travel deals abound over the Black Friday-Cyber Monday mega-holiday.
Traveling home for Thanksgiving this year? Here's a look at the busiest travel days, most crowded airports and most popular rest stops.
Tour groups and volunteer organizations headed to the Philippines hope to bring back a sense of normalcy swept away with Typhoon Haiyan.
Spirit Airlines took aim at Toronto mayor Rob Ford in a new ad released on Wednesday that used the slogan, "We're not smoking crack."
It’s one of the most nerve-wracking elements of travel abroad: How much should you tip?
What passport you hold says a lot more than you may realize about your access to the world.