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Tuesday, July 24, 2018
Route 66 road trip: Postcards from Illinois
Route 66 in photos: Postcards from Illinois
Stretching more than 2,000 miles from Lake Michigan to the Santa Monica Pier, Route 66 reflects the evolution of U.S. transportation and tourism.
7 ways you're doing Grand Canyon National Park wrong
Grand Canyon National Park draws nearly 6 million people a year. Here's how to look like a pro when you're one of them.
California's Highway 1 reopens after mudslide
California's famed Highway 1 has reopened bear Big Sur. It has been closed for more than a year after a mudslide.
World's best cruise destinations: 2018 Cruise Critic award winners
Cruise review and community site CruiseCritic.com has unveiled its 2018 rankings for most popular cruise destinations.
Petra, Jordan: Beautiful photos of the 'Rose City'
The city hewn out of sandstone is Jordan’s biggest tourist attraction and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Five hidden-gem Greek islands
These islands are perfect for travelers seeking historical sights, unhurried adventure and a dash of delicacies.
Again?!? More storms, more flight delays on Tuesday
Late flights and cancellations awaited fliers again on Tuesday as a stormy weather pattern remained entrenched along the East Coast.
Ask the Captain: Can Boeing bring back the 757?
Is it possible that Boeing could bring back the 757 into production without having to design a whole new airplane?
J.D. Power: Here are the hotels that satisfy guests the most
J.D. Power's new study says guests are more satisfied with hotels than ever. The Ritz-Carlton had its highest ranking in the study's 22-year history.
People are lining up to smell a plant that reeks of rotting flesh
A plant that smells like rotting animal flesh, stinky cheese, rotting onions and sweaty socks is attracting crowds of people who have lined up to get a whiff at the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
Residents react as they look at their burned house following a forest fire in Mati a northeast suburb of Athens, Greece. At least 50 people have lost their lives in wildfires that broke out in eastern Attica and there are fears of more casualties.
Sacha Baron Cohen's 'Who Is America?' shows GOP lawmaker stripping, screaming racist slurs
Beach umbrella blown in wind impales woman in chest at Maryland beach
Server faked 'we don't tip terrorist' note, Texas restaurant says
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