The U.S. Marshals Service has carried out the largest anti-human trafficking operation in Ohio state history and recovered 109 survivors across the state—45 of whom were children.
Texas' voter turnout is the highest in the country so far.
One 9-year-old from Massachusetts might just have solved the question on how to safely celebrate Halloween this year: Everyone gets a king sized candy bar.
It will take a bit of time for the record to be official, but this gourd is almost 100 pounds heavier than the previous winner.
While we have not turned a corner in the national fight against COVID-19, over 3 million people have recovered from the virus in the U.S.
Though a vaccine might not be publicly available in the near future, medical experts have utilized existing medicine and over 27 million people have recovered from COVID-19.
What is life like in one of the only places in North America to be untouched by COVID-19? This TikToker is giving viewers a look inside.
Companies around the world are shifting their focus to the green — not money — but sustainability. Beer is no different. Welcome to the world's first craft beer hotel created by the world's first carbon-negative brewery.
Ever dreamt of spending the night in a treehouse? How about a bubble under the stars? Or underwater? From a treehouse in a Swedish forest to an igloo under the northern lights, spending a night at one of these immersive hotels is an adventure in itself.
As part of Airbnb's Halloween offerings, rock legend Alice Cooper will host a one-time-only spooky story session on October 21.
"Flights to Nowhere" emerges as a trend for those missing the in-flight experience, but are not ready to pack their bags just yet.
As museums begin to open their doors after months of going dark, here are some of the most innovative and interactive art experiences around the world—from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to Melbourne, Australia.
Will indoor dining at 25 percent capacity be enough to keep restaurants afloat as temperatures begin to drop?
From one of the smallest countries in the world to a collection of islands in the South Pacific, these countries might not be at the top of your travel bucket list—but maybe they should be.
As the summer comes to a close, some might still be looking for a way to take advantage of the warm weather while it lasts. Here is a list of the best places to enjoy the outdoors and camp this summer around the United States.
After closing their doors for almost six months, some of the world's most famous museums will be opening their doors for visitors, but not without guidelines.
The U.S. has few statues commemorating women in history, but a new statue being unveiled in Central Park this month could mark the changing of tides as it's the first statue in the park's history that recognizes non-fiction women.
A Duke University Study revealed which mask style does the best job in protecting users from COVID-19.
The store manager of the last remaining Blockbuster has listed her store on Airbnb for only $4 a night.
Though Labor Day is fast approaching, some are considering a road trip past the summer's unofficial end as employees continue to work from home and students learn remotely.
In honor of Shark Week 2020, we've put together a list of surprising facts about one of the most misunderstood creatures on the planet.
The idea of sitting on a train for a journey that could last over a day might not sound too appealing to most, but is it a cleaner and safer alternative to flying amidst the coronavirus pandemic?
Though many are still uncomfortable flying, those in less risky areas are beginning to come around to the idea.
Over 100 athletes will be offering experiences over the course of the five-day festival, including Allyson Felix, the six-time gold medalist track and field star for Team USA and 17-time medalist and paralympic athlete, Tatyana McFadden.
Though travel may be on hold for many at the moment, people are looking ahead and planning their 2021 getaways. These are the places we all want to travel to in 2021.
The newly renovated Empire State Building, the symbol of New York City, will open its doors Monday for visitors wanting to catch a glimpse of the city from above.