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Two US candidates win “Best Jobs in the World” In Australia

SYDNEY, Australia - Tourism Australia announced the six 'Best Jobs in the World' winners in Sydney today with Andrew Smith from Southern California being appointed the "Chief Funster" of New South Wal

One-third of Americans less likely to travel this summer due to...

NEW YORK, NY - Many people have fond memories of those summer vacations of their youth – hanging out at the beach with siblings, getting told by Dad to be quiet or he'll pull the car over, and just

Americans express mixed feelings about job market and economy

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Over the past few months the stock market has soared, with the Dow Jones Index hitting some of the best numbers in over five years.

AAA: More Americans expected to travel for Thanksgiving holiday

Some 43.6 million Americans are expected to travel at least 50 miles from home for the Thanksgiving holiday, a slight increase over the 43.3 million people who traveled last year, according to AAA pro

Over a third of Americans planning to travel for Thanksgiving

NEWTON, Mass. - The results of Thanksgiving travel survey of more than 1,500 U.S. respondents have been announced today.

St. Maarten issues statement concerning murders of 2 Americans

Officials of the government of St. Maarten issued an immediate statement upon hearing about the murder of two American citizens in St. Maarten:

Saudis love American cowboys

The Saudis love American-built mega projects for many reasons.

Egyptian Bedouin release kidnapped American tourists

Two American tourists who were being held hostage by an Egyptian Bedouin have reportedly been released.

Americans open to purchasing wine from various countries

NEW YORK, NY - While wine drinking is not linked as closely to American dining and culture as it is with that of some European nations, most Americans buy and drink wine — only 38% say they never bu

Survey: Americans think they are world’s worst tourists

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Tired of the "ugly American" stereotype of U.S. travelers abroad?

One in five US adults now has a tattoo

NEW YORK, N.Y. - There is a lot of culture and lore associated with tattoos from ancient art to modern expressionism and there are many reasons people choose to get, or not get, permanent body ink.

Two in five Americans feel less secure financially in 2012

NEW YORK, N.Y. - As the New Year dawns, it is a time when many look to the upcoming months full of optimism and hope.

Europe-bound travelers encouraged to buy now

ORLANDO, Fla. - Airlines are expected to cut seating capacity on international flights to Europe next year between five percent and 10 percent, according to TravCorp USA.

US Embassy in Kenya warns Americans of threat of terrorist attacks

The US Embassy in Kenya said on Saturday that it has received credible information of attacks directed at “prominent Kenyan facilities and areas where foreigners are known to congregate, such as mal

Pakistan targets US visitors for visa issues

Washington - In a long and detailed Travel Warning, the State Department Monday said the number of U.S.

Majority of Americans plan on taking a vacation

For the first time in three years, a majority of Americans plan on taking a vacation.

Most Americans think devastating natural disasters are increasing

NEW YORK - Reading or watching the news, one might be struck by the seemingly constant barrage of reports of disasters, both natural in origin and not.

Americans voted “Funniest Nation”, Germans “Least Funny”

The Americans have been voted the world's "funniest nationality" - the one "best at making people laugh" - in a global poll, which also names the Germans the "least funny" nationality and the British

Americans unlikely to alter summer travel plans

NEW YORK - Americans are expected to travel this summer in greater numbers compared to last year and joined by a higher number of international travelers according to top travel executives from Best W

Americans planning to hit the road, but wary of prices at...

NEWTON, Mass. - The results of annual summer travel survey of more than 2,000 U.S. respondents have been announced today.

Pirates kill four Americans on hijacked yacht

A round-the-world boating adventure ended tragically Tuesday for four Americans, whom pirates fatally shot after capturing their yacht in the Indian Ocean last week, U.S. officials said.

Poll: Majority of Americans not very excited about their romantic lives

WASHINGTON - As Americans pick out cards, buy flowers and candy for Valentine's Day, a new national Clarus Poll finds that a majority of adults are not very excited about their romantic lives.

Americans divided on US involvement in Egypt

NEW YORK - As the political unrest in Egypt continues, there is a question of how involved the United States should be in helping to solve the problems. Should the U.S.

2 in 5 Americans feel less secure financially than a year...

NEW YORK - Holiday shopping is over and the New Year's Eve plans are made.