Take Your Carrier to Court Day
As President Bush winds up his last week in office, here's something to ponder, especially if you happen to be sitting on a plane held on the tarmac. One of his administration's last acts in the transportation field was to approve a policy that could open the way for consumers to sue airlines in state courts for any action that might violate their "contract of carriage," that pact that, unbeknownst to most travelers, goes into effect each time an airline sells you a ticket.
Swimming Pool at the Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa
Picture and details about the swimming pool area at the Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa in Las Vegas.
Cheap Train Tickets
In many places, train travel is an afterthought. The rise of budget airlines within Europe led many away from train-heavy itineraries. But this fact remains -- the rail networks of...
Europe's New Deal: Low on Crowds and Cost
Everything you would expect, plus a whole lot more for a whole lot less: a Mediterranean port, a Spanish cultural powerhouse, an English water-sports mecca, and a gem of a Portuguese city.
Goddess, Arm: Bedbug Bites
Goddess, Arm: Pictures of bedbug bites by real people bitten by bedbugs.