Cafés that were allowed to expand into street space will now be able to keep their extensions operating until next summer.
United has been waiving change fees; not it's making it permanent and others may follow.
Airlines are pushing governments to create travel corridors for major routes, even some for 'safe' regions within 'dangerous' countries.
PHeymont visits a quiet college with an important history and a strong link to Mark Twain.
DrFumblefinger enjoyed this elegant 1932 Packard Coupe Roadster, on display at the National Automobile Museum.
Health officials order new measures as infections soar among 'libertines.'
With more emphasis on touch-free functions, airlines are trying to make customers feel more comfortable about flying.
Buttermilk Falls State Park gives us a preview of an upcoming blog by Jonathan L.
Jonathan L takes us on a tour of Albany's Empire State Plaza, home to New York's government center
A small but significant change in nomenclature may signal part of Boeing's strategy to win the public back to its planes.
At long last, non-stop train service in both directions between London and the Netherlands.
Professor Abe recalls one of his favorite beaches in Cuba, also a favorite of author Ernest Hemingway.
A few images from a mother-daughter visit in 1988 have a poignant quality today.
This is all the clue there is: Is it enough for you to name the scene of a future TravelGumbo blog? Email answers by Monday midnight to TGsuggestions@gmail.com.
The New York State Fair is canceled for this year, but the butter sculpture will happen anyway, via livestream.