U.S. officials are easing warnings, but virus rates vary and other countries are nervous about Americans
Coronavirus restrictions continue around California but most public spaces are open. The Apple fire and the Dam fire have some trails closed.
Elvis isn’t in the building, but here’s how to connect with events and people inspired by the King
Dozens of hotels in southern Baja are open and hoping to woo Americans. Here’s how four are operating.
The U.S. State Department says it is chipping away at a huge backlog of applications.
Customer service has declined amid the pandemic. It’s time for companies to recognize that treating customers better is good business.
The total number of firearms uncovered by the TSA dropped, but the number per passenger leaped. Most of the guns were loaded, the agency said.
Some airlines ban passengers from future flights if they refuse to wear a mask. A couple don’t accept medical exemptions.
COVID-19 put a pause on Meow Wolf’s most ambitious, risk-taking and topical endeavor yet: the grocery store-inspired Omega Mart, planned for Las Vegas.
What to know about refunds
Your credit card company can help when goods and services are not received. Be careful though.
Because of the coronavirus lockdown, airlines have canceled flights and reduced schedules. Know your rights and what you are entitled to.
The coronavirus pandemic is keeping cruise ships out of the water. Disney, Carnival and others have canceled more trips
Some ticket holders may receive extension on ticket expiration dates
Amtrak also has cut service on the Pacific Surfliner and several other routes.
Do you want your money back for the Airbnb or Vrbo you didn’t to use? Of course you do. But in many cases, you may be disappointed.
Coronavirus: If we’ve learned anything from the pandemic, it’s that once a business gets its hands on your money, it doesn’t want to give any back.