- Caribbean islands fear grim tourist season after Irma
Hurricane Irma’s deadly tear through the Caribbean will hobble the region’s multi-billion dollar tourism industry for months, just as hotels, airlines, and cruises were gearing up for the region’s pea …
- The Met showcases Islamic art as a response to Trump's Muslim ban
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York leads Islamic art tours to improve understanding of its contributions to the world heritage. Fred Katayama reports.
- United CEO testifies before House committee
The chief executive of United Airlines sat down before a House panel on Tuesday to testify about the forced removal on April 9 of a passenger from a Chicago flight, an incident that drew international …
- London's Tate Modern to open new wing
Britain's Tate Modern gallery in London reveals additional building called the 'Switch House' which will open to the public on June 17.
- Stolen ancient sculpture returns to Italy
A marble head of the Roman Emperor Octavian Augustus, stolen in Italy in the 1970s, has been returned to Italy by a museum in Belgium. Sharon Reich reports.
- Top hedge fund managers take home $13 bln
The 25 biggest hedge fund earners took home a combined $13 billion last year, despite mediocre returns.
- Schiphol airport closed briefly on security threat
Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport was closed briefly as police investigated a suspicious situation. Julie Noce reports.
- NIH's Fauci: No Zika infections contracted within U.S.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease, says all of the Zika infections in the United States were contracted outside the country. Rough Cut (no report …
- It's about time-TTPM's Silver on Mattel's new Barbies
Toy industry expert Jim Silver, CEO of TTPM talks about Mattel's new Barbies which will come in petite, tall and curvy and how they will impact falling barbie sales. Bobbi Rebell reports.
- Therapy dogs calm stressed out holiday travelers
A non-profit organization brings dogs to the Buffalo/Niagra airport to help relieve the stress of holiday traveling. Diane Hodges reports.
- AstraZeneca's $4 billon Xmas present
M&A in the pharma sector marches on unabated – AstraZeneca buying a 55 percent stake in biotech Acerta Pharma for $4.0 billion to give it new cancer drugs. Hayley Platt reports.
- Private bridge links U.S.-Mexico
A terminal in the U.S. is now linked to the Tijuana International Airport via a cross-border bridge. Julie Noce reports.
- RBS: misconduct charges could be higher
RBS reports a £134 million third quarter operating loss and warns costs relating to past misconduct could be substantially higher than expected. Meantime France's BNP Paribas posts a 14.5 per cen …
- US Airways makes final flight
US Airways flight 1939 lands in Philadelphia, marking the last flight for the airline which merged with American Airlines. Katharine Jackson reports.
- Southwest flights delayed by online booking glitch
Frustrated Southwest Airlines customers have been forced to wait in long lines for a second day as the airline tries to solve a technical problem with its electronic booking system. In the meantime, p …
- Oktoberfest: Bavarian costumes, bands and beer
Thousands of Oktoberfest visitors attend the traditional parade of people in Bavarian costumes that marks the second day of the rowdy party. Sharon Reich reports.
- Inflatable maze enchants visitors in Geneva
An inflatable luminous maze called the 'Luminarium Arboria' proves to be a relaxing summer activity in Geneva. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
- Robots run the show at Japanese hotel
Robots welcome guests at the check-in counter, carry baggage and operate a locker room at a Japanese amusement park hotel. Sharon Reich reports
- Connectivity for pilots, passengers on display at Paris Airshow
Ground-breaking aviation technology is on display at this week's Paris Airshow. Jim Drury went to take a look.
- Japan's maglev train smashes world speed record
Central Japan Railways says its magnetically levitating train has broken its previous world speed record in a test-run at a special track West of Tokyo. Rob Muir reports.
- Tagliatelle to Tiramisu: Sampling Some of Orlando's Best Italian
Tagliatelle to Tiramisu: Sampling Some of Orlando's Best Italian Pop quiz, Hotshot: you’re craving your Nana Stella’s lasagna something fierce but you’re on vacation with the fa …
- Dining That's Universal. Diverse Options Abound at CityWalk, the Parks & Beyond
Dining That's Universal. Diverse Options Abound at CityWalk, the Parks & Beyond So, where to dine when you're at Universal? First let's get specific. For this 10Best list's pur …
- Good Food, Good Drink, Good Hair: Top Tables For An Orlando Autumn
Good Food, Good Drink, Good Hair: Top Tables For An Orlando Autumn Fall is glorious in Orlando, its cooler, drier weather signifying not only the end of another hurricane season, but the start of porc …
- Fall into Orlando: when the weather cools down, the calendar fills up
Fall into Orlando: when the weather cools down, the calendar fills up Ah, fall. Time for leather jackets and boots and snow prep and…hey, wait a minute! We live in Florida! Summer may be over offici …
- 10 Best 18+ Orlando Clubs: Where The Underage Go To Rage
10 Best 18+ Orlando Clubs: Where The Underage Go To Rage The wonderful world of nightlife opens its doors when you're 18. Sometimes even younger. But not all of it. So it's important to do y …
- Therapy From Retail: Top Deals at Orlando's Best Outlet Shopping
Therapy From Retail: Top Deals at Orlando's Best Outlet Shopping Would you be surprised to know that legions of people come to Orlando not for the theme parks, but the outlet shopping? It's …
- Orlando's Talked-About Tables: Truck-to-Table Newcomers, Plant-Based Pleasures & More
Orlando's Talked-About Tables: Truck-to-Table Newcomers, Plant-Based Pleasures & More Vegans, noodle nuts, and fans of the city's food truck scene are going to find plenty to get excited …
- Beat the Wheat! Orlando Venues for Gluten-Free Foodies
Beat the Wheat! Orlando Venues for Gluten-Free Foodies First rule of gluten-free eating? DEFINITELY TALK ABOUT GLUTEN-FREE EATING. Staffers at the below venues will be happy to discuss their ingredien …
- Lunch Rush: Orlando Picks for Midday Munching
Lunch Rush: Orlando Picks for Midday Munching Whether you’re looking for a place to grab-and-go or a venue suitable for power lunching, Orlando’s options are many. In the classic sandwich …
- I is for International: Surprising Best Bets in Orlando's Tourist Zone
I is for International: Surprising Best Bets in Orlando's Tourist Zone No one's going to argue that Orlando's I-Drive is ground zero for the city's zillion or so annual tourists, b …
- Don't Wok (Run!) to Orlando's Top Picks for Chinese
Don't Wok (Run!) to Orlando's Top Picks for Chinese For Asian anything, particularly authentic Vietnamese cuisine, ground zero in Orlando is the Mills 50/Colonialtown area, but it's rif …
- Orlando Steak Out: Prime Cuts for Serious Carnivores
Orlando Steak Out: Prime Cuts for Serious Carnivores Tourism statistics do not lie: Orlando, the City Beautiful, is among the world’s top travel destinations, hosting more than 65 million visito …
- Dining Deals, Not Dollar Menus: Best Value Venues in Orlando
Dining Deals, Not Dollar Menus: Best Value Venues in Orlando Who’s to say what “best value” really means? Price may be a factor but doesn’t what you get for your money figure i …
- Jackets Required: Dress Up for Orlando's Best Fine Dining
Jackets Required: Dress Up for Orlando's Best Fine Dining Alright, the title's a little misleading. Technically only the No. 1 pick – Walt Disney World's famed Five-Diamond venue Victor …
- Jump in the Line: Chow Down at Orlando's Diverse Buffet Options
Jump in the Line: Chow Down at Orlando's Diverse Buffet Options Looking for the best buffet in Orlando to stuff your gullet? Look no further. We’ve combed the neighborhoods of the City Beau …