Cheapair.com became the first online search engine to package flights from the United States to Cuba.
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), cycling's main governing body, will request that the Astana Pro Team license be withdrawn, according to a statement published Friday on the organization's...
Nevada gambling regulators voted Thursday to allow the state to offer Olympic betting.
Matthew McConaughey will play the character Caballo Blanco in the upcoming film Born to Run, one of the film's producers confirmed to Runner's World.
Online directions database Mapquest has ranked all 66 interstates in the lower 48 states from best to worst.
Australia and Vietnam have formalized a partnership, considered the world's first "sister caves" agreement, to promote tourism in two similar cave regions in each country as a means of...
Oregon state officials said Wednesday that the once-eradicated gray wolf is rebounding in the state, according to Reuters.
Surfers Kelly Slater and Stephanie Gilmore were honored by the World Surfing League on Wednesday at the annual WSL Awards in Coolangatta, Australia, according to Surfer Today.
Dutch cyclist Thomas Dekker attempted to break the record on Wednesday for farthest distance covered in one hour, falling short of the current record of 52.491 km (32.616 miles) with a final distance...
Women's apparel startup Oiselle announced that it will open a flagship store in Seattle by early summer.
The Canadian city of Edmonton is considering installing a nearly seven-mile public ice path for commuters, according to the BBC.
The head of Afghanistan's emergency management department said Wednesday that a string of recent avalanches has killed at least 124 people in the country's northeast provinces, reports the AP.
President Obama on Tuesday vetoed Congress' approval of the contested Keystone XL pipeline, the 1,179-mile pipeline that would pump oil from Canada to refineries on the Gulf of Mexico.
In the wake of the 2013 Nanga Parbat murders, Pakistan's Gilgit-Baltistan government has formed a police force to provide better security for climbers, reports Pakistan Today.
A new Gallup survey of 176,000 people in 50 states has found that Alaskans are happiest, and people in Western states are generally happier than those in the South and Rust Belt.