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Zimbabwe's Severe Drought Killing Elephants, Other Wildlife
Sustainable Gift Ideas for Your Favorite Traveler
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Sustainable Gift Ideas for Your Favorite Traveler

Zimbabwe's Severe Drought Killing Elephants, Other Wildlife

Trying to find ethical and sustainable gifts this holiday season? Don't panic! Pack Hacker partnered with REI for this eco-friendly shopping list.

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9 Most Stressful Parts of Holiday Travel

9 Most Stressful Parts of Holiday Travel

Dec 13
Traveling for the holidays will include 12 disagreements for the average American, according to new research.

New Zealand Volcano Vents Steam, Death Toll Now at 16

New Zealand Volcano Vents Steam, Death Toll Now at 16

By Nick Perry | Dec 11
As a New Zealand island volcano vented more steam and mud, authorities delayed plans to recover the bodies of victims from a deadly eruption and announced Thursday that the death toll rose after two people who had been hospitalized died.

Airline Trade Group Predicts Christmas Travel Will Increase 3 Percent

Airline Trade Group Predicts Christmas Travel Will Increase 3 Percent

Dec 11
Airlines are looking forward to another big Christmas and New Year's season, with 3% more people flying in the U.S. than during last year's holiday stretch.

London Offers Winter Warmers with a Festive Flavor

London Offers Winter Warmers with a Festive Flavor

By Louise Dixon | Dec 10
While the hot toddy remains popular, many cocktail bars now offer their own seasonal winter warmer. Here are five examples from London's cocktail scene, with tips for the home mixologist.

France Braces for Even Worse Travel Woes as Government Seeks Answers

France Braces for Even Worse Travel Woes as Government Seeks Answers

Dec 9
France braced for even worse transportation woes when the new work week begins Monday due to nationwide strikes over the government's redesign of the national retirement system.

Palestinians in Bethlehem Look Beyond Religious Tourism

Palestinians in Bethlehem Look Beyond Religious Tourism

By Joseph Krauss, Mohammad Daraghmeh | Dec 9
In recent years a new form of tourism has taken root, focused on the West Bank town's Palestinian residents, their culture and history and their struggles under Israeli occupation.

United Airline's Kirby to Take Over for CEO Oscar Munoz

United Airline's Kirby to Take Over for CEO Oscar Munoz

By David Koenig, Michelle Chapman | Dec 7
Three years after being dumped by a rival, Scott Kirby will become the next CEO of United Airlines, where he has played a key role in leading a turnaround of the once-moribund carrier.

DHS Retreats on Possible Facial Screening of U.S. Citizens

DHS Retreats on Possible Facial Screening of U.S. Citizens

By David Koenig | Dec 6
The Homeland Security Department is backing away from requiring that U.S. citizens submit to facial-recognition technology when they leave or enter the country.

American Airlines Hopes New Kitchen Will Cut Delays at DFW

American Airlines Hopes New Kitchen Will Cut Delays at DFW

Dec 6
American Airlines is providing another reason for its high number of delayed flights this summer — an antiquated, overworked kitchen at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

DHS May Require U.S. Citizens Be Photographed At Airports

DHS May Require U.S. Citizens Be Photographed At Airports

By David Koenig | Dec 5
Federal officials are considering requiring that all travelers — including American citizens — be photographed as they enter or leave the country as part of an identification system using facial-recognition technology.

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