Leisure Travel

Egypt says e.coli caused the death of 2 British tourists

Sep 12, 2018

Egypt's chief prosecutor says tests showed that e.coli bacteria were behind the death of two British tourists in a hotel in the Red Sea resort of Hurghada

New study finds fiction reading down, poetry up

Sep 12, 2018

A new government study finds adult Americans are reading fewer novels and short stories, but showed a big jump in poetry and increases in attendance at arts festivals, concerts and plays.

Less snow prompts push to lengthen Grand Canyon visit season

Sep 11, 2018

Tourism officials in southern Utah are pushing for the Grand Canyon's North Rim to extend its season

Greek police arrest 2 for streak of oily museum attacks

Sep 10, 2018

Two Bulgarian women have gone on trial in Athens for allegedly vandalizing centuries-old artifacts in three museums by smearing them with an oily liquid

Palestinian protest family Tamimi says travel abroad denied

Sep 9, 2018

The family of teenage Palestinian protest icon Ahed Tamimi says they have been banned from traveling abroad. Ahed, 17, was released from Israeli prison earlier this year. She was arrested in December after she slapped two Israeli soldiers.

Montana will defend law in mining dispute near Yellowstone

Sep 8, 2018

The Montana Attorney General's Office says it will defend a state law at the center of a dispute over a mining proposal in the mountains north of Yellowstone National Park

21 killed as bus plunges into ravine in Indonesia

Sep 8, 2018

Officials say 21 people were killed when a tourist bus plunged into a ravine on Indonesia's main Java island

The Latest: Hoops Hall opens doors to point guards

Sep 8, 2018

Steve Nash, Jason Kidd and Maurice Cheeks bring their passing game to the Basketball Hall of Fame in the Class of 2018

Universal to skip Harry Potter fest to build thrill ride

Sep 7, 2018

Universal Orlando Resort says it won't be hosting its annual celebration of all things Harry Potter next year, but don't worry Muggles, it's because the Florida theme park resort is planning a new thrill ride and other Harry Potter experiences

Judge will review complaint over refinery near national park

Sep 7, 2018

North Dakota regulators are enlisting an administrative law judge to help untangle some of the legal questions surrounding whether an oil refinery can be built near Theodore Roosevelt National Park

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