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United Looks to Lure Top Fliers -- With Food
To win the hearts of frequent business travelers, United Airlines is going through their stomachs.
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Riots and Raids: The Week in Pictures
Lightning strikes in Ferguson, drought devastates California, Ebola isolates, Big Ben gets a cleaning, the pope visits South Korea and more.
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Las Vegas Offers All but Marriage to Gay Tourists
While gay couples still can't get married in Nevada, Las Vegas wants them to know that they — and their money — are welcome.
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Airline Releases Child to Wrong Person
A young girl flying as an unaccompanied minor is reunited with her father after an airline releases her to the wrong person. KPRC's Keith Garvin reports.
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Labor Day Drive to be Most Clogged in 6 Years
AAA predicts traffic this Labor Day to rebound to its highest since the recession began.
US Workers Don't take All Their Vacation Days
Many Americans simply refuse to take time off, or can’t unplug from the office. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
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Seeking Death: 'Suicide Tourism' to Switzerland Soars
More than 600 people traveled to Switzerland to die between 2008 and 2012, and the numbers doubled over those years.
Are You a Work Martyr?
Fears of work piling up could be putting a dent in vacation plans. A new survey says 40 percent of Americans don’t take all of their time off.
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Get Out: Iceland Evacuates Region Near Rumbling Volcano
The country's civil protection agency says that the seismic activity around Bardarbunga could lead to a volcanic eruption.
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Hamas Warns Airlines Against Landing in Israel
A Hamas spokesman warned airlines against landing at Ben Gurion International Airport starting at 6 a.m. Thursday.
Obama Administration to Change No-Fly List Rules
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California Wildfires Threaten Hundreds of Yosemite Homes
Historic drought conditions and high temps are fueling out-of-control wildfires near Yosemite, with 13,000 people evacuated and hotels closed.
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'Dream' or Nightmare? Adventurer Hurtles Toward Beach
A band of European adventurers are aiming to go "around the world in 80 jumps."
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Future of Flight: Envision a More Enjoyable Trip
The flight experience over the next 25 years will improve not only for those with deep pockets, but also for those who want a more enjoyable trip.
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Unfriendly Skies: Feds Ban Flights Over Syria
FAA cites extremist groups equipped with anti-aircraft weapons that could pose a serious threat.
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'Nightly' Viewer Sends Young Girl Losing Vision on Dream Trip
Lilly’s doctors believe she has Usher syndrome, a rare degenerative disorder that causes both hearing and vision loss.
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The Rush Is On: Tourists and Big Chains Head to Alaska
It's not Klondike-era gold nuggets they're after, but the gold that comes from mining tourism.
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Serial Stowaway Gets Early Release From L.A. Jail
A serial stowaway who was sentenced this week to nearly six months behind bars for violating her probation was released from jail this weekend.
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We Salute You: Vacationers Team Up With Veterans
It's a trend known a patrio-tourism — spending part of your summer vacation giving back to the military community.
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Top Ballpark? History and Nostalgia Make Wrigley No. 1
This is the golden age for ballparks -- baseball has never had so many gorgeous ones.
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End of an Era: Colossus Roller Coaster Retires
The wooden coaster, built in 1978,will take its last passengers on Saturday, which is National Roller Coaster Day, according to Six Flags.
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Panama Canal Turns 100: See Photos of Its Construction
Friday marks the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Panama Canal, the 48-mile waterway connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Avoid Turbulence: 3 Tips for Flying with Young Kids
From snacks to clown noses, the distractions you need to keep the little beasts at bay while in the air.
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