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The most dangerous stage in self-driving innovation

by Molly Wood and Shaheen Ainpour May 2, 2018
Self-driving cars are on the road now, but they need human supervision. Is that safe?
A driver presents a Cruising Chauffeur, a hands free self-driving system designed for motorways during a media event by Continental to showcase new automotive technologies on June 20, 2017 in Hannover, Germany. 
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How to be a tour guide

by Eliza Mills Mar 9, 2018
Jonathan Lerner put his passion for people, culture and history to work when he founded Tailored Tours Barcelona.
“Every time, I'm still humbled by the absolute beauty of the city, of the architecture and of the cultural heritage that I'm able to share,” says Jonathan Lerner of Barcelona. Above, La Sagrada Família basilica.
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Real ID fuels demand for passports

by Dan Gorenstein Feb 23, 2018
About half of U.S. states are issuing driver licenses that comply with the Real ID Act.

Planning ahead might be key to avoid getting sick on your next trip

by David Brancaccio Feb 8, 2018
We get a few tips on how to avoid getting sick when you have to travel during this flu season.
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Delta’s earnings show if demand for business travel is growing

by Reema Khrais Jan 11, 2018
Delta Air Lines released its latest earnings report this morning, sharing just how much money it made during the last few months of 2017. The company beat Wall Street expectations, earning 96 cents per share. The airline has laid out…

Caribbean cruise industry navigates post-hurricane season

by Renata Sago Jan 1, 2018
The saving grace? Itinerary changes.
Tourists arrive from a cruise ship in St. John's, Antigua, in December. While its sister island Barbuda was nearly destroyed in Hurricane Irma, Antigua was left relatively untouched.
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There are longer lines ahead as TSA tightens security

by Reema Khrais Oct 26, 2017
Restrictions on electronic devices carried by travelers coming from some countries have been rolled back. But now U.S. officials are requiring any person traveling to the country be subject to new, tighter screenings.  Click the audio player above to hear…

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What it's like to work remotely from all over the world

by Lizzie O'Leary and Eliza Mills Jul 14, 2017
The remote work travel industry is growing.
We Roam facilitates trips around the world for professionals working remotely. 
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Hilton appeals to millennials with new cheap and trendy hotel chain

by Aaron Schrank Jul 7, 2017
Hilton opened its 5,000th hotel last month, but this one wasn’t one of the luxury properties the company is known for. The new hotel in Oklahoma City is the first in Hilton’s new low-cost brand called Tru. It’s part of…

KAYAK adds features to compete with Google

by Ben Johnson and Kristin Schwab Jul 3, 2017
A baseball pulls up trips to Chicago, home of the Cubs.
People on vacation at the beach. 
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