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These dogs may help save Africa's elephants and rhinos

Dogs typically are used at airports to sniff out drugs or food products. At LAX and other U.S. airports, they are trotted out to calm down nervous fliers. Now a newly trained pack of canines will be unleashed in Kenya and Tanzania to do something else: track down illegal ivory.

Eight ivory detection dogs, as they're called, and their handlers have been trained to find everything from ivory dust to...

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Round trip airfare to Tokyo from LAX on Singapore or United for $699

Here’s a great airfare to an Asian city that’s as cosmopolitan as any in Europe and significantly less expensive than fares to many: It’s a $699 round-trip fare, including all taxes and fees, from LAX to Tokyo on Singapore or United for departures Aug. 16 through Dec. 6.

It is subject to availability, and you may not stay longer than a month.

Purchase deadline: Aug. 14.

Info: Singapore Air, (800)...

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Here's where to find the best pizza in the U.S.

As best American pizza cities go, Chicago and New York City top the list.

But Las Vegas, San Francisco and San Diego?

These three cities made it into TripAdvisor's top 10 U.S. pizza places based on reviews on the travel website.

The website also offers suggestions on must-try pizza restaurants.

In San Francisco, it's Tony's Pizza Napoletana, Il Casaro Pizzeria & Mozzarella Bar and Za Pizza.

Recommendations...

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Disneyland's long-lost Midget Autopia may roll again--in Missouri

The Walt Disney Hometown Museum in Marceline, Mo., is hoping to revive the vintage Disneyland attraction known as Midget Autopia, the first park ride ever moved to a non-Disney property.

The museum plans a $500,000 Kickstarter campaign to bring back the 10-car ride that ran in Anaheim from 1957 until It’s a Small World displaced it in 1966.

In a chapter known mostly to serious Disneyphiles and select...

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Catalina's Tuna Club offers a rare opportunity for guests to visit Saturday

Catalina Island's Tuna Club is so exclusive that only members are generally allowed to cross its famous threshold. But on Saturday, the Avalon-based club, more than 100 years old, will open its doors to the public.

The private club, a nationally registered historic landmark and the oldest fishing club in the United States, once counted as members British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, movie director...

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Taking place on three islands, Hawaii Food & Wine Festival is, indeed, a movable feast

This may be the ultimate movable feast -- and fest. An international lineup of more than 100 chefs, culinary personalities and winemakers will gather on three Hawaiian islands for the fifth Hawaii Food & Wine Festival.

The festival launches Aug. 29 on Hawaii Island before moving to Maui for festivities Sept. 4-6. Guests can then follow their noses to several venues on Oahu from Sept. 9-13.

A roster...

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