Just when you thought you might enjoy a week without any news of Justin Bieber annoying the world, along comes evidence that the most beloved/disliked self-involved teenager on the planet has broken one of the most sacred unspoken rules of travel don't use your bodyguards to carry you up the Great Wall of China.
If you’d seen him chatting with a gaggle of school kids a few hours before his performance at the White House in April, you’d agree. And not because he answered all of the kiddos’ questions like a mensch (although he did that, too).
This may come as a shock, but it isn’t until a good quarter of the way through her new MTV documentary that Miley Cyrus sticks her tongue out. And twerking? Barely a passing mention.
According to Kenya's tourism minister Kenya was a safe place for tourists unless an attack on Nairobi shopping mall over the weekend that killed at least 68 people.
Screaming children are the bane of many a single passenger. Now, amid all the grumbles of childless passengers and harassed parents, airlines are offering the warring factions a chance to sit further apart.
After a successful sound-barrier-smashing test flight, Virgin Galactic has released footage from a camera on its prize spaceship’s tail. The view, though not as extraordinary as the one that future ticketed passengers can expect to see as they float at the craft’s windows, is a white-knuckle-inducing one of a plume of fire and a distant desert below.
Sony's next-generation video game machine PlayStation 4 won't go on sale in Japan until next year, meaning that it won't be on time for the key year-end holiday or New Year's shopping season.
A year after missing the Chase for the Sprint Cup, Kyle Busch is sailing into this year's 10-race title fight as an emerging championship favorite.
When it comes to Shinto, Japan's indigenous religion, Ise Jingu is the most revered shrine complex of them all. Established in the 5th century in Japan's Mie prefecture, it was built in honor of Amaterasu-omikami, the sun goddess from whom the Japanese imperial family is said to be descended.
Maybe revive the safari sector with, who knows, nude or biker safaris? Even build a Robert Mugabe Experience to educate visitors about the African strongman’s visionary three-decade rule, complete with pictorial guide to his experimentation with mustaches. What almost no one expected Zimbabwe to do to revive its tourism sector, crippled by 10 years of internal strife, was to take on Disney with a proposed $300 million theme park at Victoria Falls.