New lighting systems are designed to lead juvenile turtles back to the water and away from the road.
Taking a cautious stand, the cruise lines are voluntarily extending the CDC-ordered stand-down
A donuts-for-a-year promotion draws big crowds to Belgium's first Dunkin Donuts.
Norway's coastal cruise and expedition line sends out its first ships, open at first only to Scandinavians.
A new interactive map helps travelers plan for travel restrictions
As cruises get ready to resume, cruise companies are looking at their private islands to get around restricted ports.
After a weak start, airlines are starting to get serious about requiring passengers to wear masks in flight
United Airlines has taken a mortgage with its MileagePlus program as collateral to shore up its cash position during the crisis.
As borders re-open in Europe, three rail systems are able to restart direct service from Berlin to Vienna to Prague.
An unusual underwater museum is part of an effort to save Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
The temporary summer beaches that have become a tradition along the Seine and the Bassin de la Villette will soon return.
An unusual event, birth of a rare white lion cub, has zoo officials excited but the cub's mother is not interested.
First steps in restoration of full service for passport applicants.
A former submarine base has been turned into a huge gallery for digital projections of artworks.
Iceland's famous Blue Lagoon is about to get a competitor, located much closer to Reykjavik.