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Luxury for Less: Tourists Are Winners in Pound's Drop

By Danica Kirka, Paul Traynor | Oct 21
Would you travel halfway around the world for a handbag, or a coat? Maybe if you really loved it - and could get 20 percent off.

Government Announces New Steps to Protect Airline Consumers

By Joan Lowy | Oct 20
Saying they want to boost competition in the airline industry, Obama administration officials issued new regulations Tuesday aimed at providing passengers with more information to compare the performance of air carriers and the cost of flights.

Syrian Guides Offer Refugee Tours of Berlin

By Kirsten Grieshaber | Oct 19
When city guide Firas Zakri takes you on a tour of Berlin, don't expect to see the Brandenburg Gate, the city's famous TV tower or other well-known landmarks of the German capital.

Slumber Party: Where to Stay in Grand Rapids

By Winnie McCroy | Oct 19
A Michigan getaway to Grand Rapids offers something for everyone, from luxury accommodations to binge-worthy hotel dining.

Yoko Ono Unveils Lotus-Petal Sculpture in Chicago Park

Oct 18
Artist-singer Yoko Ono has unveiled her first permanent public installation in the U.S. in a Chicago park that will be home to President Barack Obama's library.

Halloween Treat: A Night at Dracula's Castle in Transylvania

By Alison Mutler | Oct 17
Dracula's castle will have overnight guests on Halloween, marking the first time since 1948 that anyone has slept in the Transylvanian fortress.

Cheese Curds and Frank Lloyd Wright: Welcome to Wisconsin

By Beth J. Harpaz | Oct 17
Take a right and look for the cow...

Cruise Critic Names Carnival Vista Best New Ship

Oct 13
Carnival Cruise Line's newest ship Carnival Vista was named the year's best new ship while Seattle was named best U.S. homeport in Cruise Critic's annual awards, announced Wednesday.

First LGBT International Powerlifting Championships Head to London

Oct 13
Start shopping for your favorite singlet: the first ever LGBT International Powerlifting Championships are coming to London in July 2017.

A Bit Wild: Asian Animal Cafes Go From Mere Cats to Meerkats

By Martha Mendoza, Natincha Chuwiruch | Oct 12
In Asia, where the first cat cafe opened more than a decade ago, the concept has moved well beyond felines.

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