Ikea and its employees put up the funds for a new earthquake-proofed school in an Abruzzo town devastated by earthquakes in the past two years.
United's president tells employees customers want the space, but don't want to pay higher ticket prices for it.
On a recent drive across New York State, Jonathan L encountered these birds along the Erie Canal; two stood still for their portraits!
Ortygia is where Syracuse started, when it was one of the most important Greek cities in the world. And it's still a living center of the city's life.
A resort-town kennel and a gelato shop have teamed up to provide frozen pet-safe treats for dogs.
France rebrands its TGV trains as 'inOui' as the country edges closer to rail competition and more discount flights.
Use the clues and your wits to find where Gumbo is hiding this week! Clues are posted daily, so keep checking in!
Marilyn Jones takes us to a sanctuary that rehabilitates injured seabirds and works to raise awareness of the perils they face.
A gallery of some interesting doors DrFumblefinger encountered while visiting Krakow, Poland
Just for fun, a list of some of the world's largest and weirdest roadside attractions.
Seven more airlines, including three big international ones, have been added to TSA's PreCheck program, now up to 37 airlines.
Gumbo was visiting a most unusual cathedral. Built as a Greek temple about 500 BC, it was already over a thousand years old when it became a church.
Springtime is special in most English gardens, and that's very true of the Walled Garden within the Alnwick Garden, Northumberland
A theme park noted for its accessibility for all inaugurates a splash park that's wheelchair-accessible, too.
Spanish resorts fight back against a one-year 700% increase in food-related claims that cannot be checked because the guests have gone home.