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Cruising is the fastest growing segment inside the travel sector, industry specialists say. Consider: Some 17.6 million people are expected to cruise from North America in 2013, according to the Cruise Lines International Association. That's a long way...
With April right around the corner, the ski season will soon be winding down in the West. Which means most schussers and shredders will be packing away their gear and turning to other sports such as cycling or surfing –- maybe even golf. But come...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Pentagon budget cuts will dramatically slash U.S. efforts to seize illegal drug shipments at sea, the top U.S. commander in South America told senators Tuesday, saying that the number of ships at his disposal for counter-drug...
VATICAN CITY – The pope may be considered by his followers to be head of the universal Catholic Church, but that doesn’t stop national feelings from bubbling to the surface when a new pontiff is named. Before the conclave this week to...
WDBJ7 Anchor/ReporterHistory was made Wednesday in Vatican City as the first-ever Latin American pope was elected. Jorge Bergoglio was the archbishop of Buenos Aires. Now he'll be known as Pope Francis. He is a native of Argentina, and 76-years old. Earlier Wednesday...
Two skulls found in the Panama Canal Zone shed new light on the migration history of caimans, southern relatives of the alligator – and also hint that North and South America were much closer together earlier than previously thought. The new study...
Georg H.B. Luck, whose career teaching the classics at the Johns Hopkins University spanned two decades and included studying the role magic and witchcraft played in the theology and world of the ancient Greeks and Romans, died Sunday from complications...
The crew members aboard the USS Underwood could see through their night goggles what was happening on the fleeing go-fast boat: Someone was dumping bales. When the Navy guided-missile frigate later dropped anchor in Panamanian waters on that sunny August...
BUENOS AIRES - The global wheat market has the least clarity in five years on South America's biggest crop as Argentine growers hit by adverse weather say the government is exaggerating harvest estimates to contain price increases. The government's...
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Representatives of the University of Andres Bello (UNAB) were on the Missouri State University campus on Monday to sign a unique partnership agreement. The partnership with MSU allows UNAB students who have completed four years of...
L.A. NOWL.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa plans to travel to South America on a 9-day trade mission later this month with a delegation of business leaders and city officials....
Indiana University's president is heading south of the border. Michael McRobbie left for an eight-day trip to South America Monday. He'll be the first sitting IU president to visit the region in nearly 40 years. As a part of the trip, McRobbie will...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Travel
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