J.C. Penney CEO Ron Johnson has been removed from hire, and will be replaced by interim CEO Mike Ullman, who was the former chief executive.
Two U.S. Navy divers from the Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit died while in a Maryland Super Pond in February; their autopsies came back Monday, with cause of death as accidental drowning.
The surplus of once-endangered birds is creating a stench of a problem for La Jolla beach business owners.
Police arrested a man in Bloomfield, Connecticut holding a pellet rifle near President Obama's motorcade path Monday.
Seoul government public relations met on Monday to discuss how they will go about promoting Seoul as a safe destination for foreign travels, despite the situation in North Korea.
Kanye West is being sued for one of his most popular refrains: "get down, girl, go 'head, get down."
A few communities in Southland, Illinois are suing online travel agencies including Priceline, Expedia and Travelocity for not handing over proper hotel occupancy taxes.
Scientists predict that over the next four decades, climate change will cause more turbulence on flights.
The funeral of widely-liked and well-known movie critic Roger Ebert was held today at the Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago at 10 a.m.; the radical Westboro Baptist Church insisted they'd be in attendance.
UNICEF has joined forces with travel tech company Amadeus so that each time you book a flight, you're also making a small donation.
This week, Snowmass Village will host the largest gathering of mountain travelers in the nation, as the annual Mountain Travel Symposium kicks off.
When his 2010 venture WaySavvy-a site meant to simplify trip planning- didn't get off the ground, Michael Raybman invested his interests in a new startup called TripReactor.
A recent study sponsored by Purdue University and Wichita State University released today reveals that consumer complaints to the Department of Transportation grew by 20% last year.
Two men died Friday morning in a Canadian day care center, after one armed with a shotgun rushed in a little before 10:30 a.m. and opened fire.
From Michigan to Uganda, Tillers International farm uses sustainable, animal powered farming-- and wants to bring it to the world.
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