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Illegal immigrants in NYC refuse to leave taxpayer-funded hotel rooms for migrant center

Illegal immigrants staying in free New York City hotel rooms are sleeping in the street to protest their resettlement in a Brooklyn migrant shelter.


Winter Yellowstone Vacation

Something big happened in the winter of 2018-19. At 34 years old, I finally decided to drop my attitude and pick up some warm layers of optimism and Smartwool–seriously, folks, you need Smartwool (not an ad). Like many, ‘Yellowstone vacation’ had taken residency on my bucket list for travel, but I never thought to plan …


A Texas airport worker says she dealt with lines of crying passengers and around 70 items of lost luggage every day during the holiday period

Passengers, not luggage, were the biggest challenge for a baggage handler at Dallas Fort Worth Airport over the holiday period, she told Insider.


Disney Movie Insiders Codes - Points & Rewards (February 2023)

Disney Movie Insiders allows you to earn rewards by just watching some of your favorite movies and shows at the theater or via Disney+. As you complete tasks or redeem codes, you will earn points which can be redeemed for a variety of great items and swag that is themed around your favorite franchises. If […]


Alaska Airlines Just Added 3 New Nonstop Flights for 2023 Travel

MontyLov/Unsplash Alaska Airlines is adding three new nonstop routes flying out of San Diego, the airline announced Monday. The new flights will be daily and connect San Diego to Washington, DC, Oregon, and Tampa. The DC and Oregon routes will begin on June 15, and the Tampa route will begin October. Courtesy of Alaska Airlines "Our guests in San Diego asked for more nonstops to the East Coast and we're excited to add service to both the...


Family of Newlywed and Activist Decapitated at Utah's Arches National Park Awarded More Than $10M

Esther "Essie" Nakajjigo's husband and parents initially filed a $270 million claim against the National Park Service in 2021 over her death


Zoo Lets You Name a Doomed Cockroach After Your Ex for Valentine's Day

Last year, Jacob and Sarah were the most popular names for roaches.


‘Mysterious flying spiral’ appears in night sky over Hawaii

A mesmerizing blue “flying spiral” was captured by Japan’s Subaru Telescope in the night sky over the dormant Mauna Kea volcano in Hawaii on Jan. 18.


People Are Calling Out Paris Hilton’s “Rebrand” By Pointing Out Her Long History Of Racist And Anti-Gay Comments

Over the years, Paris has been caught making racist, anti-gay, and antisemitic comments, and was even a vocal supporter of Trump’s during his presidency. View Entire Post ›


Why You Need A Solar Generator For Camping

You do not have to give up all of your contemporary amenities just because you want to go on an outdoor excursion. You can take in the splendor of nature while still having fun with your electronic devices if you...


12 Fun Facts About the Bahamas

Blue holes, pirates, and pigs – oh my! There’s more to the Bahamas than meets the eye (or Instagram feed). We love the Bahamas as a family destination! These fun facts about the Bahamas will get your travel planning juices flowing. We also couldn't hep but highlight why we love the Bahamas as a family destination!


More human remains found on South Mountain Saturday

Phoenix police announced Sunday that more human remains have been discovered on South Mountain after remains were found in the same area about two weeks ago.


Carved Gems Found in Roman Bath after Falling Down Drain 2,000 Years Ago

Known as intaglios, gems like these were worn by the wealthy.


The world's most intriguing religious relics

Many religious relics have been kept over the centuries, and many of these are not only considered sacred, but they're also believed to have special powers. A tooth that keeps growing? How about 1700-year-old blood that liquefies? As odd as they sound, these religious relics are treasured and venerated by millions of people. Click through the following gallery and discover the world's most intriguing religious relics.


24 Hours in Havana Cuba while on a Cruise in the Caribbean

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Texas Festivals And Events

Put these Texas festivals and events on your list to go to in 2023. We all love festivals and special events, especially when we can bring the whole family. Texas has a slue of them, and Texas Travel Talk is here to deliver. Grab the family and head out to these Texas festivals and events […]


Mysterious shipwreck finally identified by scientists

Scientists have finally identified a mysterious wreck off the coast of Sussex as a Dutch warship from the 17th century. The wreck provides a wealth of knowledge about the Anglo-Dutch war and gives us a glimpse into life at that time.


Xcaret Park Mexico: 20+ Tips & Tricks to Make the Most of Your Visit (2023)

Don't miss these important Xcaret tips and tricks to make the most of your tip at the park!


Mother drowns on beach holiday swimming with her children as husband goes back to room

Mother drowns on beach holiday swimming with her children as husband goes back to room - Lina Dilipkumar, from north west London, was swimming with her daughters at Il Playa del Carmen, near Cancun, Mexico


Hunting for Manatees in Wakulla Springs State Park Florida

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Peru tourism industry in 'free fall' as Machu Picchu closed by protests

Decked out in helmet, belt, gold-plated armor and sandals, Juan Pablo Huanacchini Mamani gazes out vacantly from the Ollantaytambo Inca ruins in Peru. Situated around 60 kilometers (40 miles) from Cusco -- the old Inca capital that acts as a hub for those visiting Machu Picchu -- Ollantaytambo has its own ruins of an Inca citadel that are worth visiting, if not as spectacular as those at Machu Picchu.


Brazil's former President Jair Bolsonaro applies for US tourist visa

Former Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has applied for a six-month tourist visa to remain in the United States, his lawyer said on Monday.


Mexico’s Richest Man Lists Historic NYC Mansion for $113 Million

A piece of Manhattan’s storied history is up for grabs. The Benjamin N. Duke House, a palatial townhouse dating back over a century, is now on the market for an eye-popping USD$80 million (AU$113 million). The current owner, billionaire and former richest man in the world Carlos Slim Helu, is hoping to sell the property […]


WestJet Cuts Summer Flights To Europe From Halifax

The announcement comes as the carrier plans to enhance domestic coast-to-coast flights.


7 Ways to get Free Museum Admission

There are plenty of ways to have fun with your family without breaking the budget! One of my favorites is with free museum admission. *Updated for 2023* If your family likes to go to museums–whether they're art, history, science, technology, or anything else–you can take advantage of these programs that offer low-cost or free admission. …


Famous individuals who were exhumed from their graves

Being deceased doesn't always mean resting in peace. Throughout history, there have been many bizarre instances where the dead have been dug up, exhumed for all sorts of reasons, and then placed back in their graves. These long-departed individuals include world leaders, intrepid explorers, celebrities from the worlds of art and cinema, and the odd notorious criminal or two. Click on and dig through history's most famous exhumations.


Dos and Don'ts of Cruise Travel

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Massive turtle approaches oblivious family swimming in Hawaii shallows

Turtle approaches unsuspecting family swimming in Hawaii shallowsSource: @indyclinton, TikTok


More than 1,000 US flights canceled as winter weather snarls travel

Winter weather bearing down on a wide swath of the United States has led to thousands of flights being delayed or canceled.


Why Some Business-Class Passengers Are Finding Themselves Suddenly Downgraded to Coach

And what to do when you're faced with an unwanted change in seat assignments.


29 Cheapest Islands to Visit That You Can Actually Afford

Who's ready for an island getaway? If you're jumping up and down yelling “Me, Me, Me,” you have come to the right place. Something about an island getaway makes you feel like you're on vacation. Maybe it's the fact that you're surrounded by water. Or maybe it's all the fruity drinks. But jet-setting to an... Read the Post


Reality star sparks debate about plane etiquette after remaining seated

Reality star sparks debate about plane etiquette after remaining seated - ‘Never understood the rush to go… um… nowhere’ one viewer writes


A Delta flight attendant went viral after a flyer posted a photo of him sitting in the aisle to comfort a nervous passenger

A Delta flight attendant comforted a passenger during a turbulent flight from Charlotte, North Carolina, to NYC and an onlooker captured the moment.


Great White Shark Decapitates Man, Fishing Chief Says Divers Risking Lives

The great white shark that killed the man was estimated to measure around 19 feet in length by fishermen.


Dogs Climb Up Steps of World-Famous El Castillo Mayan Pyramid

Two dogs were seen ascending the stairs of the protected Mayan monument known as El Castillo, or Pyramid of Kukulcan, at the archeological site of Chichen-Itza in Yucatan, Mexico, on January 21. Footage recorded by Emily Mullender shows the unattended dogs bounding up and nearing the top of the 91 steps of the pyramid. Mullender told Storyful that the dogs "both disappeared inside the temple from the top of the stairs and didn’t reappear for a while. “There was a couple shouting in Spanish at one point but [I] couldn’t tell if they were the clear owners,” Mullender said. “The dogs looked quite well-kept so didn’t look like the underfed strays we saw everywhere else.” A local news report regarding a similar incident said that “pets are not allowed at archaeological sites in Mexico.” In December 2021, it was reported that state authorities would be working on clearing the stray dogs at Chichen-Itza. Credit: Emily Mullender via Storyful


The Strange Soviet Aircraft That Could Land Almost Anywhere

Robert Oros di Bartini, after studying conventional plains, trains, and automobiles, believed the best method of transportation was an "ekranoplan."


Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is Back With a Celebrity Sausage

Yet another occasion affirming Melbourne as the ultimate foodie haven and drinks hub is the annual food and wine festival, which is set to return to the vibrant Victorian capital in March this year. To say we’re excited would be an understatement, with the festival boasting an epic 10-day lineup packed full of all the […]


24 Fascinating Facts, Details, And Easter Eggs About Disney Parks I Learned From Cast Members

There is a dinosaur tooth on display that Steven Spielberg gave to the actor who played Jock Lindsay in Indiana Jones because he rescued Spielberg and his crew from a hurricane while filming Jurassic Park. View Entire Post ›


9 Best Beach Towns in Mexico That Aren't Cancun: A Local's Guide

Don't miss these best beach towns in Mexico - from stunning islands to hidden gems, you'll find the best Mexico beach towns aside from Cancun!


Spectacular gravesites of famous people

While some famous people are buried in understated gravesites, others had beautiful memorials built in their memory. Browse through this gallery and find out where some of the most astonishing famous people's graves are located.


Bizarre discoveries in the most unexpected places

Many fascinating discoveries have been made throughout the years. But sometimes these can be truly puzzling, especially when they're made in unlikely locations. Browse through this gallery and get to know some really weird things found in the most unexpected of places.


Stanley Kubrick Actually Had a Second Choice for Jack Torrance

Director Stanley Kubrick reportedly had just one backup choice for the role of Jack Torrance in The Shining if Nicholson didn't work out.


Incredible Mayan Ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula

Be sure to read this comprehensive local's guide to incredible Mayan ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula before your next trip to Mexico!


9 Secrets Red Lobster Doesn't Want You to Know

Before you start cracking open shells and scarfing down Red Lobster's famous seafood, here are seven secrets Red Lobster doesn't want you to know.


Boeing to deliver last 747, the plane that democratized flying

Boeing is set to officially bid farewell to the original jumbo jet, the 747, as it makes its final commercial delivery of an aircraft that democratized flying and serves US presidents. The plane of US presidents since 1990, the 747 is also expected to keep up its official duties for the White House for the foreseeable future, with two Air Force One aircraft currently being modified to replace jets now working. jum-jmb/st


Strange Blue Spiral Lights Up Hawaii Sky, Leaving Many Baffled

A strange blue spiral in the sky had people thinking they were seeing UFOs recently. The sight, which could have been mistaken for a UFO, actually has a more normal explanation. The phenomenon, which was visible to sky gazers in Hawaii, was actually part of the aftermath of a SpaceX rocket launch that took place. The Subaru Telescope, which is set ...


All the Rules You Never Knew Restaurants Have to Follow on 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives'

First rule of Flavortown? Don't say the word "Flavortown" on camera. Since 2006, we've watched Guy Fieri travel coast to coast visiting some of the country's greatest establishments for Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. It's one of the biggest shows on the Food Network, and with over 648 episodes and counting, it doesn't appear to be slowing down anytime soon. But what does it take to become a Triple D-featured spot and how does it all work? Both Fieri and producers have spilled behind-the-scenes secrets about the show throughout its 42 seasons—from who picks the restaurants to how you can tell if the host really likes a dish to what happens to these eateries after the cameras leave (spoiler: a little thing called the Triple D Effect!). Keep reading to learn about all things Flavortown and find out what really happens when Fieri rolls into your town.


New York City migrants refuse relocating, say new center is 'inhumane'

Migrants moved from a Manhattan hotel to a Brooklyn shelter say it's not suitable for living, though the mayor's office say it has the same services.


The latest suspicious occurrence at the Dallas Zoo: Two tamarin monkeys are missing

A pair of emperor tamarin monkeys disappeared from their enclosure at the Dallas Zoo and are believed to have been taken, the latest suspicious incident involving an animal or a habitat at the zoo, authorities said Monday.


Tips for Exploring the Palace of Versailles with Kids in France

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