Perhaps you?ve heard the complaints about the National September 11 Memorial Museum: Some think it?s too expensive (admission is $24); others decry the inclusion of a gift store.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta on Thursday warned Americans to avoid nonessential travel to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone because of the deadly Ebola outbreak ravaging the West African nations. But American embassies in those countries will remain open for now.
A key roadway near the western entrance to Yosemite National Park that was closed because of the El Portal fire has reopened to traffic.
SeaPort Airlines, a small Oregon-based airline that serves routes in nine states, will begin service between Burbank Bob Hope Airport (BUR) and San Diego International Airport (SAN) starting in October. The trip takes 65 minutes on Cessna planes that each hold just nine passengers.
Health inspectors in Hawaii are taking new steps to ensure visitors don?t get sick from the food they eat.
Filmmaker Scott Derrickson was first introduced some 10 years ago to a New York cop who had undertaken what he calls "the Work" of investigating demonic possession and performing exorcisms. In the time since, Derrickson has been involved as both director and screenwriter with films such "The Exorcism of Emily Rose, "Sinister" and "Devil's Knot," exploring the unlikely intersection of true crime procedurals and otherworldly horror. With the current "Deliver Us From Evil" — directed by Derrickson and co-written with Paul Harris Boardman based on a book by the officer, Ralph Sarchie, and Lisa Collier Cool — the story of a cop...