Tourism‘s effect on the climate is formidable. The industry is not just big business, but a big carbon emitter as well, new research finds.
Even though the FBI is casting doubt on "sonic attack" allegations, the secretary of state says diplomats will be "in harm's way" if they return to Havana.
Seriously, don't do it.
Pont des Arts, the iconic Parisian bridge where lovers place a padlock with their names and throw the key into the Seine river to symbolize their commitment to each other, lost part of a railing over the weekend and had to be evacuated.
Due to some disagreements between the Spanish government and Las Vegas Sands—you know, basic things such as the U.S. casino operator's demands for lower gambling taxes and exemption from indoor smoking bans—the project to make a European version of Las Vegas has fallen through.
Residents of the Italian city are voicing their discontent at the inordinate number of tourists being ferried in by behemoth boats. About 50 protesters jumped into the Giudecca Canal on Saturday to stop 12 enormous cruise ships from heading to St. Mark’s Square, delaying the monstrosities by only an hour.
In the wake of George Zimmerman's acquittal in the shooting of Trayvon Martin, MoveOn.org is going after Florida's all-important tourism industry.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has reinforced the widespread fear of the Muslim Brotherhood at every turn.
A contemporary art gallery in New York opened an unauthorized show of works by England-based renegade graffiti artist Banksy on Aug. 25 that has incensed art critics, Banksy fans and residents of the West Bank in the Middle East. (more)