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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.

Coronavirus restrictions continue around California, but most public spaces are open. The Apple fire and the Dam fire have some trails closed.

Airlines are limiting — and sometimes eliminating — food and beverage service. In many cases, you’ll need to BYOS — bring your own snacks.

If you’ve been hoping to spend some time by the water before summer ends, these two destinations offer relatively low-risk ways to get your fix.

Part of Santa Paula Canyon — from the forest boundary to about three miles above the Punch Bowl — will remain off-limits as officials look to stave off potential crowding.

What to know about refunds

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

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.

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