Florida's new strict immigration law threatens the state's economy and could hurt political ambitions for some GOP candidates. Vendors at a popular flea market are already seeing the impacts.
The search for the Titan in the North Atlantic continues. When adventure travel goes wrong, who pays the price, and who's forced to take big risks mounting a rescue?
The NAACP joined a Latino civil rights organization and a gay rights advocacy group in issuing travel advisories for the Sunshine State, where tourism is one of the state's largest job sectors.
Hawaii lawmakers are considering legislation that would require tourists to pay for a yearlong license or pass to visit state parks and trails. They're still debating how much they would charge.
Finland has held the title of world's happiest country for six years running. It wants to teach people how to unlock their "inner Finn" during a four-day masterclass at a lakeside resort in June.
On the Tuscan coast lies a beach town with no archaeological sites or Roman ruins. Instead, there are big houses, with tennis courts and stables — a sporty getaway for people with money to spend.
The U.S. Forest Service has okayed a plan to develop what would be the first overnight tourist facilities within the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, including camping, cabins and a lodge.
Seattle is days away from one of its annual gateways to spring: the cherry blossom bloom
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe wants air tourism to stay away from the sacred site, a 268-foot waterfall, and has asked the federal government to step in.