Leading up to an expected government response to the court injunction that halted President Donald Trump’s restrictions on the travel of certain immigrants, people who had been stranded rushed back to the United States and demonstrators on both sides made their views known.
It’s time to head home for the holidays. A stronger economy and lower gas prices mean Thanksgiving travelers can expect more congested highways this year. During the long holiday weekend, 46.9 million Americans are expected to go 50 miles or more from home, the highest number since 2007, according to travel agency and car lobbying group AAA.
The Maryland/D.C. corridor is frequently ranked as one of the worst traffic areas in the country. Despite (or maybe because of) this, Marylanders are pretty industrious about how they get from Point A to Point B.
Sure, a lot of states do walking, biking and commuting better than us, but do travelers in those places also board a Water Taxi, go dirt-biking through the city streets and catch the Collegetown Shuttle between campuses? We didn’t think so.
The once-bustling vacation community north of New York City has been in steady decline since the 1980s. Reuters photographer Carlo Allegri documented a collection of abandoned businesses, houses and buildings in the Catskills region of New York in October 2014.
Reuters photographer Yannis Behrakis explores Norway as an Aurora Borealis is seen north of the Arctic Circle. Tourists are gathering this time of the year to admire the phenomenon of the Northern Lights.
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For 61 yuan or $10 U.S. the newly opened capsule hotel in Haikou, south China’s Hainan province, offers guests some amenities in a very small space. The hotel covering 200 square meters has 26 capsules stacked into two rows. The length and width of a single bed, the capsules are equipped with ventilating fans, flat-panel televisions, wi-fi and a foldable table.