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  1. covid-19
    CDC Advises Against Thanksgiving TravelWith more than 160,000 new COVID-19 cases being reported daily, the agency now recommends that Americans cancel their holiday travel plans.
  2. ugh
    Yet Another Cruise Ship Has Confirmed COVID OnboardThe first vessel to resume Caribbean sailing is reporting its first coronavirus cases.
  3. the top line
    How Ski Resorts Hope to Operate Under COVID-19 This WinterSkiing is a naturally low-risk activity, but concerns about sudden lockdowns and traveling to, getting up, and eating on the mountain remain.
  4. the top line
    How Do You Talk People Into Traveling in the Middle of a Pandemic?Companies are looking for ways to coax potential travelers back out of their homes.
  5. buyer’s market
    Who’s Booking Hotel Rooms Right Now? Vacation Optimists.People are hoping that the worst will be over in a few months. And if it’s not, they have an out.
  6. buyer’s market
    Luxury Hotels Are Nearly Empty. Budget Hotels Still Have Customers.“It’s mostly local,” says one general manager. “Maybe someone in the family wants to quarantine or stay away from family.”
  7. the top line
    Here’s Why So Many Planes Are Still Flying, Nearly EmptySchedule reductions haven’t lined up with the drop in demand amid COVID-19, as obstacles like logistics, DOT obligations, and algae get in the way.
  8. the top line
    Coronavirus Is Hitting Travel Companies Hard — But Nobody Knows How Hard, YetDeclining travel is both a symptom and a cause of broader economic problems.
  9. buyer’s market
    So What Should I Do About Coronavirus Now?Besides just waiting.
  10. buyer’s market
    Skiing Is More Expensive Than Ever, and Also Cheaper – If You Plan RightAs the ski industry has become more consolidated and more corporate, it has copied pricing strategies from the airline and hotel industries.
  11. buyer’s market
    How I Learned to Let Go of My Baggage — LiterallyThere are actually a lot of advantages to checking your luggage. And airlines have done their share to make it a better choice.
  12. buyer’s market
    The Secret to a Relaxing Vacation: Meticulous, Detailed PlansWhen it comes to travel, “going with the flow” is wildly overrated.
  13. buyer’s market
    Unlike Seat Reclining, Window Shade Disputes Require Airline InterventionIt’s easy to negotiate whether a person should be allowed to recline their seat on an airplane. Window shades are trickier.
  14. Put Québec On Your Bucket ListOld-world European flair and that sweet, sweet poutine.
  15. Auditor: Tom Price Owes Government $341,000 for Unauthorized Travel ExpensesIt’s amazing how much Price spent on travel that accomplished nothing of great note during just seven months in office.
  16. The 9 Best Offbeat Museums to Visit in Las VegasThe most fascinatingly weird museums you’ll find anywhere.
  17. select all
    The Island Where Amelia Earhart Died Gets a 3.8-Star Rating on GoogleThe Bermuda Triangle’s rates are similar.
  18. This Region of Turkey Will Make You Feel Like You’re on Another PlanetYou can even take a hot-air balloon ride over the cities.
  19. Feds Might Allow Airline Passengers to Make In-Flight Cell-Phone Calls“I’m going to start saving all my billing questions and help-desk inquiries for the plane,” says one salesman.
  20. Trump Will Leave His Name Off His New Luxury-Hotel Brand Aimed at MillennialsScion is a “multi-faceted lifestyle brand” for young enthusiasts of the “we” economy.
  21. This Vibrant River Is Known As ‘the Liquid Rainbow’Beautiful, but good luck finding it.
  22. Someone Mapped the Ultimate National Parks Road TripThis thing would take you two months.
  23. Who Brought Zika to the West?The hunt for patient zero finds the outbreak started a year earlier than thought.
  24. travel
    The White House Is Making It Even Easier to Get to CubaWant a ‘58 Impala, cheap?
  25. road trips!
    Obama Wants to Check Out Cuba Before He Leaves the White House“If I go on a visit, then part of the deal is that I get to talk to everybody.”
  26. 12 Tips From a Pilot on Mastering New York City Airports (Even La Guardia)A Shake Shack breakfast sandwich goes a long way.
  27. Discover Bright Color and Bold Culture in CuraçaoGlimpses of New York’s beginnings as the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam can still be had around the city: Schermerhorn Street in Brooklyn, Whitehall in the financial district, Spuyten Duyvil in the Bronx, and Gansevoort in the meatpacking district are a few vestiges of the old language.
  28. Sail with Celebrity SweepstakesShrug off the winter doldrums and start dreaming of your own warm-weather vacation destination with Celebrity Cruises.
  29. travel
    Delta Flight Slides Off Snowy Runway at La Guardia and Crashes Into FenceNo injuries were reported.
  30. travel
    Fung Wah Buses Are Back, BabyWe wouldn’t begrudge you for sticking to Amtrak, though.
  31. travel
    Officials Consider Banning Carry-on Luggage Due to Terrorism ThreatU.K. and U.S. counterterrorism officials believe Al Qaeda may be planning an attack close to Christmas.
  32. international intrigue
    North Korea Using Ebola Panic to Ban TouristsCancel your tours.
  33. complaints
    Woman Claims That JetBlue Flight Attendant Forced 3-Year-Old to Pee in Seat The joys of modern air travel.
  34. near misses
    Two Planes Could Have Collided Above Newark Airport, But They Didn’t Now you know.
  35. international relations
    Korean War Vet Is Second American Arrested in North Korea in a YearState Department has issued a travel warning.
  36. travel
    Monkey Not Thrilled About Plane TripTo China. For medical research.
  37. hipsters
    New York Fails to Rank Among ‘America’s Best Cities for Hipsters’Seattle wins.
  38. architecture
    JFK’s Terminal Six, Designed by I. M. Pei, to Be DemolishedMore parking spaces to come.
  39. travel
    You Can Be a Tourist in Iraq, If You Want ToAnd some people do.
  40. frozen get-aways
    Tourists Suddenly Flocking to the South Pole“It is a place that wants you dead.”
  41. economic indicators
    Tourist Stampede, Chris Christie Head to Disney Theme ParksDisneyland has been shut down.
  42. air rage
    Schumer Takes On Fee-Happy AirlinesThe senator is trying to get the Treasury Department to close a tax loophole that makes the fees especially profitable.
  43. air travel
    Air Travel Out of JFK to Get Worse, More Expensive, Starting TodayAnd you thought it wasn’t possible.
  44. secretary of awesome
    Santa Makes Hillary Clinton Fly All the Way Up to the North PoleWhat a bother.
  45. air rage
    British Airways Will Now Charge Customers to Choose Their SeatsThings are going to get ugly on European flights this fall.
  46. scary things
    Obamas to Visit National Parks Starting Next WeekWe’re not scientists, but we’re pretty sure this means the end of the world.
  47. neighborhood news
    Look Out for the ‘Sticky Wet Spots’ on the R TrainThe R subway line is the dirtiest in the entire system, a study finds.
  48. intel
    The Economy: Our Backlash to the BacklashWhy we hate the idea of “staycations,” “one-tank trips,” and “mini-moons.”
  49. in other news
    On Your Way to the Country? Are You Sure You’re Not Forgetting Something?The ‘Times’ takes on the very real perils of having to deal with two homes.
  50. party lines
    At Gen Art Fashion Show, New Stars Are Born (and Old Stars Confess What They Wear at Home) Long before there was Project Runway there was Gen Art, which has been scouting and showcasing new talent in art and fashion for nearly fifteen years. Gen Art’s ninth annual International Design Awards and Runway Show was at Hammerstein Ballroom last night, and it featured young talent you’ll likely see at the Bryant Park tents in a year or two. (Gen Art has nurtured famous stitchers like Zac Posen, Rebecca Taylor, and Vena Cava.) The names to watch out for from last night’s show? We have no idea, but Kim Friday, the nice WWD editor we were sitting next to, suggests these: ardistia, T-County, Julianna Bass, and especially the design collective Form, which everyone was buzzing about. We, meanwhile, hunted down the more familiar names.
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