• By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    FOXWOODS CASINO SEEKS APPROVALS TO BUILD HIGH-END RV PARK

    The Mashantucket Pequot Tribe is seeking to develop a luxury RV resort on land the tribal nation has owned since 1994

    Luxury, Resort, Casino
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    CAMBRIDGE COLLEGE TO RETURN LOOTED BRONZE STATUE TO NIGERIA

    A Cambridge University college says it will return a looted bronze cockerel to Nigeria later this month

  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    ONCE-THRIVING ARGENTINE SPA DRAWS TOURISTS TO GHOSTLY RUINS

    The Argentine spa town of Villa Epecuen was a mecca of tourism for much of the 20th century, until the adjoining lake poured through...

    Spa, Villas, Restaurant, Hotel, Hotels
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    INDIA REOPENS FOR FOREIGN TOURISTS AS VIRUS INFECTIONS EBB

    India is reopening its borders to fully vaccinated foreign tourists traveling on chartered flights starting Friday

    Traveling, Travel
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    AUSTRALIAN STATE TO END QUARANTINE FOR VACCINATED TRAVELERS

    Australia's most populous state New South Wales says it will end hotel quarantine for vaccinated international travelers as the government...

    Hotel, Hotels, Australia, International, Traveling, Travel
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    JILL BIDEN OUT TO FLEX POLITICAL MUSCLE IN GOVERNORS' RACES

    First lady Jill Biden is set to campaign Friday for Democrats in Virginia's and New Jersey's governor's races, trying to boost the...

  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    IN CHILE, HAITIANS GROW WEARY OF WAITING, EYE JOURNEY TO US

    More than 100,000 Haitians in Chile are facing a Monday deadline to regularize their immigration status or risk expulsion

  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    PRINCE WILLIAM: BEFORE TRAVELLING TO SPACE, SAVE THE PLANET

    Prince William has criticized some of the world's richest men for using their wealth to fund a new space race and space tourism, and...

    Traveling, Travel, Men
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH CAR RENTAL AND HOTEL PRICES RIGHT NOW?  

    While some forecasts have suggested that this so-called carpocalypse will continue to plague the industry throughout the 2021 holiday...

    Car, Hotel, Hotels, Cars, Holiday
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    VISITING SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS THIS HALLOWEEN SEASON 

    If the scary holiday season is your favorite time of year, Salem is a place you should visit and here's why.

    Holiday
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    MANY AFGHANS PACK THEIR BAGS, HOPING FOR THE CHANCE TO LEAVE

    Ask almost anyone in the Afghan capital what they want now that the Taliban are in power, and the answer is the same: They want to...

    Bags, Bag
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    BALI WELCOMES BACK FOREIGN TRAVELERS AS COVID CASES SUBSIDE

    The Indonesian resort island of Bali is welcoming international travelers to its shops and white-sand beaches for the first time in...

    Travel, Resort, Beach, Traveling, Shopping, International
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    NY MOVING WOMEN, TRANS INMATES FROM RIKERS TO STATE LOCKUPS

    Nearly all female and transgender inmates at New York City's Rikers Island jail complex will be temporarily transferred to state lockups

    City, New York, Women
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    'WE HAVE TO BE HEARD': TEXAS WOMEN TRAVEL TO SEEK ABORTIONS

    The nation's most restrictive abortion law is driving many women from Texas to seek services as far away as Oklahoma and Kansas

    Traveling, Women, Travel
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    ALABAMA LOSS CREATES POTENTIAL FOR WILD FINISH IN SEC WEST

    With one Small kick and a rather sizable upset, Texas A&M created a logjam in the Southeastern Conference Western Division

  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    DELTA POSTS $1.2 BILLION Q3 PROFIT, TOUTS HOLIDAY BOOKINGS

    Delta Air Lines is reporting a $1.2 billion profit for the third quarter, thanks in large part to federal aid to help the industry...

    Holiday
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    THE LATEST: US TO DROP 19-MONTH BAN ON NONESSENTIAL TRAVEL

    The Biden administration says the United States will reopen its land borders for nonessential travel next month, ending a 19-month...

    Travel, Traveling
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    UNSUPPORTED 'SICKOUT' CLAIMS TAKE FLIGHT AMID SOUTHWEST WOES

    When Southwest Airlines canceled more than 2,000 flights over the weekend, unsupported claims blaming vaccine mandates began taking...

    Airlines, Weekends
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    US TO REOPEN LAND BORDERS IN NOVEMBER FOR FULLY VACCINATED

    The Biden administration says the United States will reopen its land borders to nonessential travel next month, ending a 19-month freeze...

    Traveling, Travel
  • By Newsday   -   Oct 16, 2021

    OPENING, TICKET PRICES ANNOUNCED FOR PEPPA PIG THEME PARK

    A standalone Peppa Pig theme park at the Legoland Florida Resort is scheduled to open Feb. 24

    Theme Park, Resort