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Canada: Passengers Can't Be Removed From Overbooked Flights

Canada: Passengers Can't Be Removed From Overbooked Flights

By Rob Gillies | May 18
No one who has bought a ticket for a domestic or international flight in Canada will be allowed to be removed because of overbooking under a new passenger bill of rights, the transportation minister announced Tuesday.

Union Station's Advertisement Screen Played Porn Videos

Union Station's Advertisement Screen Played Porn Videos

May 17
Visitors at Washington's Union Station got an X-rated surprise when pornographic videos began streaming on a digital advertisement board there.

Legendary Caricaturist Al Hirschfeld Arrives at the Algonquin

Legendary Caricaturist Al Hirschfeld Arrives at the Algonquin

May 17
Fans of caricaturist Al Hirschfeld will be able to enjoy a unique exhibit of his work beginning May 23 in the legendary Lobby Lounge of The Algonquin Hotel.

Florida Governor Says Tourists Still Coming in Record Numbers

Florida Governor Says Tourists Still Coming in Record Numbers

May 17
Florida Gov. Rick Scott says a record number of tourists are visiting the state.

Namaste: New Ways to Chill Out in Las Vegas

Namaste: New Ways to Chill Out in Las Vegas

By Regina Garcia Cano | May 16
As Las Vegas broadens the range of interests and wallets it appeals to, companies have carefully selected an array of unique, picture-perfect sites where visitors and locals can say "Namaste."

Exclusive: Canada Pride Announces Line-Up

Exclusive: Canada Pride Announces Line-Up

By EDGE | May 16
Gregory Charles and Marie-Mai, two show business darlings of Montrealers, will headline the opening show of Canada Pride Montréal.

Jeff Koons Inflatable Ballerina Sculpture Unveiled in NYC

Jeff Koons Inflatable Ballerina Sculpture Unveiled in NYC

May 15
A massive inflatable ballerina created by artist Jeff Koons is the latest public art installation at New York's Rockefeller Center.

New American Writers Museum Narrates the Great American Story

New American Writers Museum Narrates the Great American Story

By Hillil Italie | May 15
The American Writers Museum , seven years in the making, is an endeavor even the most daring author might shy from: How, on a single floor of an office building, do you tell the story of centuries of American language?

48 Hours in Nasville

48 Hours in Nasville

By Robert Coles | May 14
Ah, Music City USA, home to Hot Chicken, The Grand 'Ol Opry, and the Tennessee Titans, arguably one of the NFL's worst teams in history. Still, the city is alive and vibrant. With millions of tourists flocking to the city yearly...

Emirates Airline Profits Down 83 Percent in Past Year

Emirates Airline Profits Down 83 Percent in Past Year

By Aya Batrawy, Adam Schreck | May 12
Emirates, the Middle East's largest airline, said Thursday its profits fell by more than 80 percent to $340 million last year.

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