Leftists heat up Venezuelan tourism

Jun 21, 2010
Caracas, Venezuela touts brown outs, water shortages and one of the highest crime rates in Latin America. But tourism is on the rise, thanks to leftists conferences and other events promoted by the Venezuelan government.
Posted In: Travel

Airlines may have to pay more for bumping passengers

Jun 2, 2010
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is proposing a plan to raise the maximum amount that airlines must pay passengers who get involuntarily...
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Summer air travel's up, and so are fares

Jun 1, 2010
This summer, stronger travel demand is going to run smack dab into a much smaller airline industry and all the crowded flights that will entail. Jeff Horwich reports.
Posted In: Airlines, Travel

Tourism in disaster-stricken areas can recover

Jun 1, 2010
Recovery in disaster areas like those affected by the BP spill depend on tourists' perceptions.
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Paying for car rental without credit card

May 31, 2010
Car travel this weekend is expected to increase almost 6% from last Memorial Day, according to the AAA. And many of those cars will be rentals. But what if you want to rent a car and you don't have a credit card? Gregory Warner reports.
Posted In: Auto, Travel

GPS data may pay off for city bus riders

May 27, 2010
There's lots of bad news for transit agencies around the country -- service cuts, fare hikes, budget deficits -- but a few cities have figured out a way to improve their customer service, and spend virtually nothing. Andrea Bernstein reports.
Posted In: Travel

Airport full-body scanners raise concerns

May 24, 2010
Full-body scanners may soon be coming to an airport near you. The Transportation Security Administration hopes to have nearly 1,000 full-body...
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Greek crisis may have impact in U.S.

May 21, 2010
Tess Vigeland talks to Jacob Kirkegaard about how Greece's financial crisis can have an impact on American workers and the U.S. economy.
Posted In: Investing, Travel

Time for a Roman holiday?

May 20, 2010
David Lytle of talks to Tess Vigeland on how best to take advantage of the falling value of the euro against the dollar and the unrest in Greece.
Posted In: Travel

Is cheap euro driving people to Europe?

May 17, 2010
Tom Meyers, editor-in-chief of, talks with Steve Chiotakis about whether more people are flocking to Europe because of the weak euro.
Posted In: Travel