The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) should require hotels to disclose so-called tail-end fees up front, a U.S. senator contends in a letter to the federal agency.
A steady rainfall wasn’t nearly enough to wash away the Fourth of July festivities in Dunwoody.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) paid $3 million over the past five years to settle claims with passengers, USA Today reported.
The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History will explore the 100th anniversary of the Leo Frank lynching with a series of special programs and a three-month-long exhibit interpreting the event.
For many, a trip to Walt Disney World is a daunting task from the start. But, it doesn’t have to be.
Motorists, be patient this Fourth of July. The roads are likely to be crowded.
The famed Atlanta Cyclorama will take its last spin on June 30.
The Arizona Biennial, the oldest running juried exhibition featuring exclusively Arizona artists, is set to open next month at the Tucson Museum of Art in historic downtown Tucson.
A number of Georgia restaurants are coming together for the first-ever Georgia Restaurant Week.
Put away that selfie stick. Disney on Friday said it is banning selfie sticks at its parks. The ban expands a prohibition