Iceland's police are reporting increasing numbers of drivers distracted by the spectacular lights.
Valentine's Day is becoming more of a travel occasion, and a new survey lists this year's favorite destinations.
Lithuania's tourism agency draws jeers and its director is forced out after using pictures of other countries in its tourism promotion.
Delta is buying up to almost half the shares in its joint-venture partner.
Boeing shows off its latest by turning an endurance test into an "invisible skywriting" stunt.
A centuries-old pilgrimage path is still in use; Italy wants it to get UNESCO recognition...and funding.
French cities and towns are reducing their traffic lights, and relying on other means for pedestrian safety and to speed up traffic.
Rides of just over a kilometer cost half the old minimum, although rates for longer rides are up. But it's good news for visitors.
A local official champions sleep over tradition, and wants bells turned off during the night.
The capsule is actually a fabulous fake, created by a Scottsdale artist, but that hasn't stopped it from attracting visitors.
Its the 150th anniversary of one of the world's best-loved musical works.
Air Canada is in a celebration mood, with its own birthday and Canada's this year. Planes and staff uniforms are getting a new look.
Delta's commissioned a unique set of artworks, all in the form of aircraft tray tables.
A court ruling says that marital fidelity is optional, and that a pro-adultery website can continue advertising.
A Norwegian cruise ship with a history of propulsion issues has a complete breakdown and has to be towed to Melbourne.