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  • Chinese team breaks mast; U.S. skipper rounds Cape Horn

    SAN DIEGO (AP) — Hours after a Chinese team suffered a staggering setback when its mast broke in the remote Southern Ocean, the youngest crew in the Volvo Ocean Race experienced one of sailing's rarest and toughest feats when it rounded...
  • A watery weekend getaway: 3 nearby resorts

    A watery weekend getaway: 3 nearby resorts
    Have time for a full-immersion water park experience? These three destinations require an overnight stay, but not even a full tank of gas. Timber Ridge Lodge & Waterpark in Lake Geneva About an hour and a half from Chicago, older kids can cascade down...
  • Ancient Petra sees few visitors as Jordan tourism declines

    It's high season in Petra, an ancient city hewn from rose-colored rock and Jordan's biggest tourist draw. Yet nearby hotels stand virtually empty these days and only a trickle of tourists make their way through a landmark canyon to the Treasury building...
  • Mining for tourists? A dubious economic savior in Appalachia

    Mines built this company town. Jack and Sandra Looney hope vines — the wine grapes growing on a former strip mine in the hills above — will help to draw visitors here. Their Highland Winery — housed in the lovingly restored "company...
  • Tunisian museum reopens after deadly attack against tourists

    Tunisia's National Bardo Museum reopened to the public Monday again for the first time since extremist gunmen opened fire on foreign tourists earlier this month, killing 22 people in the country's worst attack on civilians in 13 years. The government...
  • Schengen agreement: Understand the 90/180 rule before European travel

    Schengen agreement: Understand the 90/180 rule before European travel
    Question: Twice a year for more than 10 years, I have been flying to Zurich, Switzerland, from LAX. Each trip I stay for about a month. In September, when I was checking in at LAX, the airline agent asked whether I had spent more than 90 days in Europe in...
  • Astronaut visits St. Raphael in Naperville

    Astronaut visits St. Raphael in Naperville
    A little more than two years ago students from St. Raphael School spoke via video conference to an astronaut on the International Space Station. Students watched him spin and float to the ceiling in zero gravity, but he couldn't see them. Back home on...
  • NBCUniversal CTO: Orlando's tech scene can thrive with support

    NBCUniversal CTO: Orlando's tech scene can thrive with support
    NBCUniversal chief technology officer Sanjay Macwan says Orlando has the components to become a leading technology community. On Sunday, Macwan said the region's schools and technology talent that will come from the aviation, video game and theme park...
  • Portland mayor suspends city-funded travel to Indiana

    Mayor Charlie Hales says Portland's government is joining the reaction against an Indiana law aimed at preventing government from compelling people to do things they object to, such as catering gay weddings. The law has been widely criticized as allowing...
  • Dancing in the waters of Iguazu Falls

    Dancing in the waters of Iguazu Falls
    IGUAZU FALLS, Brazil (AP) — From above, the Iguazu Falls resemble a massive hole punched in a river and surrounded by jungle. Spray from the falls douses the nearby viewing areas where some tourists don rain ponchos while others take off their...
  • Malloy signs order barring state-funded travel to Indiana

    Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed an executive order on Monday barring state spending on travel to Indiana and any other state enacting legislation that protects religious freedoms but ultimately discriminates against gays and others groups....