Articles By M. Johanson
A third person who visited a downtown Chicago Marriott hotel has died after contracting Legionnaires' disease, Chicago city officials announced late Friday.
It’s kind of like going to Costco: You buy in bulk and you get big savings -- at least that’s the idea behind JetBlue’s new “GoPack.”
Tropical Storm Isaac, the ninth named storm of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, sped past the Leeward Islands Thursday on a path across the Caribbean toward the Florida coast.
Tropical Storm Isaac, the ninth named storm of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, sped toward the Leeward Islands Wednesday afternoon on an ominous path across the Caribbean.
Planning to hit the road over the 2012 Labor Day weekend? So are 33 million other Americans.
A lawsuit filed in San Francisco federal court Monday alleges that Marriott International, Hilton Hotels, Sheraton Hotels & Resorts and others conspired to use their market dominance to fix hotel prices with travel websites like Expedia, Travelocity and Booking.com, a subsidiary of Priceline.com.
By the time the clock hit midnight Sunday, three United Airlines flights had made emergency landings over the weekend, stranding passengers and leaving others wondering whether the airline, which recently merged with Continental, was in the midst of a rocky marriage.
A blazing heat wave, strong winds and low humidity have allowed forest fires to rage on Spain’s Canary Islands, forcing the evacuation of thousands and prompting foreign governments to issue travel warnings.
The Perseid Meteor Shower could not have peaked at a better time in 2012, falling as it does right in the middle of the weekend. But where is the best spot to view the shooting stars and when?
Dormant for over 115 years, Mount Tongariro on New Zealand’s North Island erupted Monday night, spewing ash more than four miles high and hampering travel both on the ground and in the sky.