There are vicious fights, stunning beauties and surprises around every corner. Yes, it’s reality TV but with a lot more depth — as much as 10,000 feet.
Chinese scientists have found the strongest evidence yet that a new bird flu strain is sometimes able to spread from person to person.
A moderate earthquake has shaken southern Mexico, rocking buildings in the capital of Mexico City and sending some frightened people into the streets.
An exhibition on the career of David Bowie will make its only U.S. stop at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art next year.
International auction house Christie’s will appraise some pieces in the Detroit Institute of Arts collection.
Women are preparing to rock this year’s Lollapalooza music festival.
Puerto Rico Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla has approved a package of incentives aimed at bringing more cruise ship passengers to the U.S. island territory.
Argentina has put cameras in commuter train cabins that captured drivers reading books, talking on cellphones and even sleeping when they should have been focused on the rails.
A Greek court has convicted nine officers and shipping company officials of negligence in the sinking of a cruise ship off the resort island of Santorini more than six years ago.
A Massachusetts man is taking his car-bicycle blend “Organic Transit Vehicle” — also known as an ELF bike — on a 1,200-mile trip from North Carolina to Massachusetts this summer,.
The restored Star Trek Galileo shuttlecraft sits in Houston in all its TV glory.
After 54 years the Newport Folk Festival shows no sign of slowing down.
Sin City tourism managers are banking on the new royal baby taking after his Las Vegas-loving uncle.
Canadian transportation authorities banned one-man crews for trains with dangerous goods Tuesday, responding to calls for tougher regulations after an oil train derailment in Quebec killed 47 people.
Cuba’s main international terminal is getting a $10.2 million overhaul to improve operations at the overcrowded facility, according to state-run media.