The Eiffel Tower on Friday closed for about six hours as employees protested an increase in pickpockets, according to media
A record number of international visitors traveled to London in 2014, according to new statistics from the Office for National Statistics International Passenger Survey (IPS).
A sampling of the city’s hottest chefs, restaurants and vendors will converge at the famed Buckhead Theatre this September during the annual Taste of Buckhead.
The number of people traveling this Memorial Day is expected to be the highest level in a decade, AAA is predicting.
The Amtrak train involved in yesterday’s deadly wreck in Philadelphia was traveling at more than 100 mph at the time of the crash, the NTSB said today.
A new exhibit at the Bath Postal Museum in Bath, England, highlights letters recovered from World War I wrecks.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is not properly managing the maintenance of airport screening equipment, which would not only cost taxpayers money to replace, but could result in longer screening wait times.
A beluga whale at the Georgia Aquarium gave birth on Mother's Day to a female calf.
Googie Burger has unveiled the Pig of the South burger as its Burger of the Month for May.
The Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History has put on display a Medal of Honor given to a Civil War soldier who participated in the Great Locomotive Chase.