Authorities are hunting for an intruder in the Douro River.
After weeks of taking planes out of service, some airlines are starting on the road back.
Switzerland's trains are back to normal, but their passengers—and the government—are cautious about using them.
Google's updated Maps app is rolling out in countries around the world.
When cruising shut down in March, there were long delays getting home for many; the last eight have now returned to Germany.
The main concourse of the new terminal opens, marking the transformation of an often-scorned airport.
New technology is giving archaeologists the ability to understand details of ancient sites without destroying or exposing them.
Preparation continues for the delicate task of restoring the badly-damaged cathedral.
A hotel owner bans heavier guests because she wants to have fragile 'classic' furniture.
Even as flying starts to become a thing again, if slowly, airlines are still making decisions about how many of their planes to return to service, and how many to retire early, waiting for new demand and new planes to rebuild their fleets. We've reported earlier on some specific airline decisions, including the world-wide trend toward the final wind-down of the four-engine era, with rapid retirements of A340s, A380s and 747s from passenger service, and airline decisions to drop older...
VatiVision will bring Vatican-based art, culture and religious programming to a number of countries.
Faced with an unusable wine surplus, French distillers are turning it into alcohol for hand sanitizers.
At 75, Portugal's Route 2 takes on a new mission with a new website. Get your kicks on Portugal's 66...
This year's lockdown rules and a focus on health care are behind plans for a very different 14th of July in Paris.
Japan's new passports feature backgrounds using views of Mount Fuji by 19th century master Hokusai