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At least 38 dead in Guatemala mudslides

NAHUALA, Guatemala – Torrential rains from a tropical depression caused landslides that have killed at least 38 people in Guatemala — some of them rescuers trying to save people already buried und

China develops “3D Express Coach”

China has overtaken the United States as the world's biggest producer of greenhouse gases and biggest energy consumer.

TUI: German tourists will be brought home by bus

FRANKFURT - Europe's largest tourism company, TUI said on Sunday it had started collecting German holidaymakers in Spain to bring them home by bus while a volcanic ash cloud continues to halt flights

Ten thousand buses expected to deliver travelers to Presidential Inauguration

WASHINGTON, DC - As January 20th nears, people from around the world are preparing to travel to Washington, DC to witness the 56th Presidential Inauguration.

L.A.’s new topless tour rich in double-decker history

LOS ANGELES - Topless yet tasteful and as British as troubled teeth, L.A.'s new double-decker buses might dramatically change the way tourists get around, how they spend their travel dollars and the v

Tourist buses attacked in western Nepal

KATHMANDU - At least two tourists were injured when agitating transport workers indiscriminately attacked eight tourist buses in Kaski district in western Nepal on Tuesday.

Bus industry looks to a profitable future

Certainly, the era of long-distance, coast-to-coast bus travel may be over, however, the number of people taking buses within a 250- to 300-mile radius is greater than ever. The rise in gasoline prices to over $4 per gallon and heading to $5 a gallon may offer an historic opportunity to the inner-city bus industry.