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Thrill-seeking tourists are getting way too close to Hawaiian volcano

National Park Service authorities have fined 13 French tourists for going beyond the safety boundary surrounding the active volcano Kilauea in Hawaii. The visitors were on an unauthorized tour that promised to bring them close to the volcanic action. While the 13 ...

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Meet the new largest cruise ship in the world

Royal Caribbean came out with a flurry of announcements Wednesday, including the name and details of their newest and largest ship to date. Here’s what you need to know. 1. Symphony of the Seas will be the new largest ship ...

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Delta to stop flying loudest plane near LaGuardia after complaints

Delta will no longer fly its loudest planes at LaGuardia in response to repeated complaints from Queens residents, the company announced Thursday. The airline replaced its MD-88 aircraft with quieter, more fuel-efficient Airbus A320 planes, Boeing 737s, and a handful ...

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Dubai to build the world's first rotating skyscraper by 2020

Dubai’s skyline already features the world’s tallest building and a five-star hotel located on its own island, but the city is set to get yet another distinctive structure in 2020: the world’s first rotating skyscraper. Designed by Israeli-Italian architect David ...

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Man removed from United Airlines flight for allegedly making racist remarks toward passengers

An unidentified man was removed from a United Airlines flight after allegedly making racist comments toward a couple dressed in traditional Pakistani clothing. Jonathan Guerin, a spokesman for United Airlines, told FoxNews.com that the man and his female companion were ...

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Vandals rip out seats from train, stack them neatly in car

A group of vandals struck a commuter train in Australia on Tuesday night, but they weren’t interested in breaking windows or posting graffiti. Instead, they apparently removed all the seats from the upper floor of the Sydney-bound bi-level rail car ...

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Kentucky museum's coal mine replica becoming a hot tourist attraction

OWENSBORO, Ky. — Tours of a replica coal mine at a museum in western Kentucky are attracting thousands of visitors each year. The Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer reports the simulated mine in the basement of the Owensboro Museum of Science & History ...

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Travel companies already feeling effects of Trump's executive order, survey finds

  Though President Donald Trump’s executive order banning travel to the U.S. from seven primarily Muslim countries has been temporarily blocked by a federal judge, the immediate impact on the travel industry has been clear, according to industry trend trackers. ...

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Surprising facts about the soon-to-close Waldorf Astoria hotel

Part history lesson, part dream-like fantasy, part luxurious indulgence, the Waldorf Astoria (from $ 250/night) is an iconic New York institution. But in a city where the only constant is change, we can’t expect hotels — even legendary ones — to be an ...

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Fifth tourist in 3 months dies while snorkeling at Great Barrier Reef

A British tourist has died on a trip to the Great Barrier Reef after swimming in an area suspected to be plagued by killer jellyfish. The 63-year-old man, who has not been named, was killed during a snorkeling trip at ...

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