Less than 180 miles from Cancun's spectacular beaches lies a mysterious dark cave home to a species of blind, deaf snakes that feed mainly on flying bats.
Having the right accessories for the low-cost MacBook Air is crucial. It's a great machine but could benefit from a few key items, like an upgraded charger and better speakers.
The CDC currently advises Americans to avoid cruise travel because "the risk of COVID-19 on cruise ships is very high."
Dredgers are working to clear sand and mud from around the Ever Given, while at least 150 ships wait for the blockage to be cleared.
Prince Charles is "swanning about in sunshine" on a tour of Greece as Brits prepare for a tough new COVID ban on international travel, anti-monarchy campaigners tell Newsweek.
"There is currently no indication of when the canal will be clear," according to port agent GAC.
Some countries require the World Health Organization's Yellow Card as proof of vaccines for illnesses such as yellow fever. But what about for COVID-19?
COVID-19 vaccinations will be required on the upcoming sailings from the Bahamas and St. Maarten, the company said.
States facing the highest risk of tornadoes on Wednesday include Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee.
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The resort has received over $2.5 million in digital revenue alone since Matt James' season aired on ABC, according to its owner.
Bellroy's updated Dopp Kit Plus and Weekender bag are both ready for travel. They also keep your adventures stylish along the way.
"This is a highly uncertain area right now for ships calling at U.S. ports," travel medicine expert David Freedman told Newsweek.
Another 60 percent of Americans say they want to work for an employer who would require everyone in the office to get vaccinated before returning to in-person work.
You thought your winter in lockdown isolation was rough? These two women are sharing a tiny, remote hut in the high Arctic with polar bears lurking outside their door. They're on a mission, as citizen scientists, to inspire climate change action.
From the first women to overwinter solo in the Arctic to the biochemist whose scientific research paved the way for a COVID-19 vaccine, these women made historic strides in a locked-down and downtrodden era.
President Joe Biden's federal mask mandate will still have authority over places like courthouses, airports and public transportation in states that have recently rescinded their mask mandates.
Family recipes are more than just food—each of the dishes collected in "The Kitchen without Borders: Recipes and Stories from Refugee and Immigrant Chefs" cookbook comes from someone's beautiful memory of home.
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A viral TikTok trend is contributing to misinformation about the current status of the Italian landmark.
From Japan's rural art islands to the New York Botanical Garden, this nonagenarian's cosmic artwork will be on display all over the world in 2021.
It was as if I were being shown my life from a greater distance—the ceremony gave me clarity. At some points I even sobbed; deep, body racking sobs that I don't think I'd cried since I was a child.
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport closed the airport on Monday and won't reopen until Tuesday.
These unique cold-weather outdoor adventures entice brave souls to emerge from under their blankets and out of their comfort zones.
It is currently the U.S. state with the most known cases of B.1.1.7, also known as the U.K variant.