Travel Safety

Overtourism and safety cited in Fodor's where not to go list

Dec 27, 2017

Amid all those where to go in 2018 recommendations, Fodor's has 10 suggestions for places to avoid

AP Exclusive: Probation ending years after 8-year-old killed

Dec 25, 2017

An Arizona detective who discovered that an 8-year-old killed his dad and the father's friend says he should get another chance nine years after the crime

Appeals court hears arguments on updated Trump travel ban

Dec 8, 2017

Federal appeals court judges in Virginia peppered a government lawyer Friday with questions about President Donald Trump's latest travel ban and whether the president has the authority to ban 150 million foreign nationals from the United States

US team still planning for Olympics despite confusion

Dec 8, 2017

US Team still planning for Olympics in Korea despite doubts brought on by Trump administration

Travel ban faces scrutiny from judges who blocked it before

Dec 7, 2017

Three appeals court judges who blocked President Donald Trump's second travel ban earlier this year had some skeptical questions about his third and latest set of restrictions on travelers from six mostly Muslim nations during oral arguments Wednesday

The Latest: Judges hear arguments in travel ban challenge

Dec 6, 2017

Arguments over the legality of President Donald Trump's latest travel ban are under way at a federal appeals court in Seattle, after about 100 people gathered outside to protest the restrictions on travelers from six mostly Muslim nations

NAACP lauds American Airlines but keeps travel advisory

Dec 4, 2017

NAACP praises American Airlines for promising anti-bias training but keeps travel warning in place

Fight over Trump travel restrictions back to appeals courts

Dec 3, 2017

The fight over the latest version of President Donald Trump's travel ban returns to two federal appeals courts this week

American Airlines vows to take steps against racial bias

Nov 30, 2017

Under pressure from NAACP, American Airlines plans changes to training employees and handling discrimination complaints

Israel eases restrictions on US-bound Gazan travelers

Nov 29, 2017

Israel launches shuttle service for Gazans who need to travel to the U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem _ briefly easing one of many restrictions it places on Palestinians who want to exit the blockaded territory

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