A tour agency in Kolkata is offering a package to people in India wanting to be one of the first to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
America's top infectious disease expert tells Newsweek it has yet to be determined whether those vaccinated against COVID-19 can still pass the virus onto others.
Zak Bagans and the "Ghost Adventures" team will investigate any paranormal connection to a viral, odd death.
The Transportation Security Administration said it screened 1,019,347 people at checkpoints nationwide on Tuesday.
While gathering in Times Square to watch the ball drop is not an option this year, a virtual version of yourself can experience all of the New Year's Eve magic — safely from the comfort of your couch.
Almost 1.3 million passengers passed through TSA checkpoints on Sunday alone as COVID-19 surges in the U.S.
One piece of litigation described Royal Caribbean's decision to allow visitors to the volcanic island "so reckless that it should not be tolerated in civilized society."
Forecasters warned of hazardous travel conditions across the Midwest, New England and the coastal Mid-Atlantic on Christmas Eve.
An additional three million more people passed through security checkpoints over the weekend leading up to Christmas, even as public health experts warn traveling could exacerbate COVID outbreaks in the country.
Texas health officials said the increase in cases within the state reflected the "impacts of Thanksgiving gatherings."
The day before Thanksgiving, known as the busiest travel day of the year, broke a record for the number of people passing through TSA checkpoints, at 1,070,967 million people, but Saturday was an even busier day.
As travel remains restricted to many parts of the world, wanderlusters are daydreaming about even the most mundane elements of travel: like TSA checkpoints and waiting to claim baggage.
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From the land of the polar bears to the mysteries of Incan civilization, Hurtigruten takes you to destinations worthy of a spot on your travel bucket list.
The former "Hotel Impossible" host predicts when travel will return to normal.
Countries across Europe have suspended flights and closed borders to the U.K. over fears of a new strain of COVID-19.
Israel's skies were closed to foreign nationals, and Israelis had 48 hours to return home or face quarantine in a designated hotel.
On New Year's Day, the country's daily case count could reach over 614,000, according to forecasts from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.
In a year that has been filled with far too many dark days, the world has some unique ways to celebrate the return of the sun on Winter Solstice.
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If you have decided to travel for the holidays, here are some very important guidelines for you to stay safe.
Hello, road rage. The holiday season is already a stressful time of year for most, add the strain of the pandemic and many are feeling more stressed on the roads than ever.
From a "pooping" log in Catalonia, to a KFC dinner in Japan, here are some of the most unusual ways people bring the festivities home—all around the world.
The storm system is expected to stretch 1000 miles from northern Georgia all the way up to New England, and could result in freezing rain, strong winds and hazardous travel conditions particularly along the I-95 corridor.
Duolingo, the language app, saw a boom in users in 2020 and compiled the top language trends of 2020, some of which might surprise and delight you.
"Proof of vaccination can be important at the individual level and for sectors other than health," a spokesperson for the WHO tells Newsweek.
The European Commission "stands ready to take any further initiative" that supports European Union countries to keep the spread of the virus under control
In case you missed today's total solar eclipse that lasted all of two minutes, here is a glimpse at the awe-inspiring phenomenon that's only seen in the same spot once every 375 years.
While tourism stays halted in many countries, some sought-after destinations are opening their border to remote workers looking to change up their work-from-home routine.
The passport would allow Israeli residents to travel abroad without having to be tested for the coronavirus, according to Israeli Minister of Health Yuli Edelstein.