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Charleston restaurants fill high expectations in the Lowcountry.
The federal shutdown in October caused dramatic losses for the national park system.
The back story on why airfares vary widely and you can't predict when they'll go up or down or sideways.
A roundup of the Fort Lauderdale's classical music scene reveals plenty of Pittsburgh connections.
Pre-Check airport screening requirements raise questions about how the information will be used and shared.
The TSA seeking high-tech companies to develop a security system that would detect explosives and weapons through garments and shoes.
New digital format promotes Ohio tourism.
With "The Lego Movie" a current blockbuster in theaters, a trip to Legoland in California or Florida are popular destinations for families.
Guidance on the best time to visit Charleston, S.C., to how to protect the surfaces of suitcases.
Better planning by airlines gives travelers more time to scout out alternatives to get where they want to go when big storms hit.
Spring training sites offer several fun getaways to enjoy America's pastime.
Thousands of pilots are nearing the mandatory retirement age of 65, just as it is becoming harder to be a commercial airline pilot.
On the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' appearance in the U.S., there are many landmarks in the fab four's hometown that tourists still
Growing travel demand and stable fuel prices will perk up airline revenue but travelers should not expect fares to be slashed.
Highgrove, Prince Charles' private garden in the Cotswolds, is not an easy place to get into but well worth the trip.
The trip to the southernmost tip of Africa is an off-the-beaten path adventure.
New Haven has been transformed from a crime-ridden college town to one with historic charm and artistic pleasures.
Not all airline seats are created equal, and here are ways to find the best one for you.
Attempts to add more seats on each plane are assailed by most passengers.
The visit to Havana, set up by the Center for the Study of Cuban Culture + Economy, reveals a colorful city trapped in a time warp.
Exquisite hotel design and upscale Spanish tapas draw Pittsburgh couple back to South Beach.
Bright and shiny duck is the SLS Hotel South Beach mascot, reminding Pittsburghers of their own rubber duck that graced the Point.
The nature preserve in Licking County also is the only one in Ohio with a bike trail.
This seaside Russian retreat with a tropical flavor will soon be the epicenter of international snow sports.
Global airline safety kept soaring in 2013; number of confiscated firearms at airport security rises.
Our road food guy, and two new books, celebrate the hot dog.
History and spirituality pervade a visit to the second oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere.
This hidden California mountain area near San Francisco provides an array of natural wonders.
Federal statistics show an overall decline in airline delays, but the numbers may reflect more of a case of fuzzy math.
Snow adventures climb as more travelers seek extreme thrills.
Bisbee is a dark blue spot in the very red state of Arizona.
The movie shaped many Americans' views of this English city, but it included few clues on where specific scenes were set.
CEO predictions for the next 100 years of flying.
Among the 700 Steeler bars around the country is Union Jack's in Bethesda, which has been a little more downbeat this year ...
Surprise: Noisy children are fliers' top pet peeve.
Here's a shopper's guide to Chicago's new Eataly, a 63,000-square-foot wonderland.
Sure there's probably Wifi on your flight, but where do you plug in your device?
How to get airline seats together for your family when the company won't give you reserved seats early.
Everything in the lavatories is the result of careful choices to balance desires, space and money.
Singles at sea: Cruise brings together hunters and the hunted
A charitable group is buying Natural Bridge, a 215-foot-high limestone arch in Virginia, once owned by Thomas Jefferson.
If you want to buy today to travel on Christmas, the key to finding the best rate is "extreme flexibility."
There are plenty of opportunities to bond with nature in southeast Florida.
Public health officials work with TSA to monitor seriously infectious passengers.
Greensburg attorney Jim Antoniono lost 30 pounds during his five-month hike of the Appalachian Trail.
The airline industry is providing royal treatment to affluent fliers in the air and on the ground.
Trading homes is one way to find affordable accommodations in Paris.
Original wooden nutcrackers draw travelers to eastern Germany's "Land of Christmas."
There is an art to resisting rental-car companies' supplemental sells.
The town has deep connections to Pittsburgh. And Nov. 25 is key date: Carnegie's birthday and the day Forbes captured Fort Duquesne.