Where to in New York City on Halloween night? Read on.
Since Harry Potter fans got wind of the existence of a Hogwarts-themed hotel, thanks to features made by various British publications, the establishment's site has crashed due to very high demand.
At least one man has been killed in the Dutch Caribbean territory of St. Maarten as hurricane Gonzalo continues to strengthen after it intensified into a major Category 3 storm on Tuesday, weather forecasters said.
Denmark has finally banned animal sex after the country's Minister of Food and Agriculture, Dan Jørgensen, found that the practice is "damaging Denmark's international reputation."
"Batman vs Superman" isn't dropping in theaters anytime soon, but a fastfood meal named after the DC Comics hero has already been rolled out this early.
Once again, Malaysia Airlines has figured in yet another controversial situation as one of its planes has been reported to have gone down during a flight, leaving all passengers on board -- all 298 of them -- dead.
A recent University of California study showed that the current drought ravaging California this year is causing the "greatest absolute reduction in water availability for California agriculture ever seen."
For people who have yet to make plans for the Fourth of July, which hurrah, falls on a Friday, you would want to ensure that you also take advantage of festivities during the weekend ahead.
When you have a strong will to take a summer vacation somewhere not home, there's a way to do it without you having to trade your arm and leg for such a getaway. Check out this list of budget travel options.
World View Enterprises is reportedly offering a cheaper alternative to commercial space flights.
Perhaps we should start calling "Frozen" as "The Movie with the Golden Touch."
California is the most populous state in America and is also the largest agricultural state of the country, generating an average of $5 billion in revenues annually. However, recent changes in the climate appears to threaten the agricultural yield of the Golden State.
Although the controversial graphic tweet posted on the official U.S. Airways account could get someone fired, the airline, through its spokesman Matt Miller, told sources that the employee responsible for the raunchy tweet will not be fired.
A U.S. Airways customer under the Twitter name handle @ElleRafter was tweeting about her complaint about the delay of her flight from North Carolina to Oregon and addressing her complaint to the airline. The exchange seemed professional up until the airline responded with a very graphic NSFW image.
We're thinking you must have already readied a list of destinations to go to for the summer. If you're still undecided, perhaps TripAdvisor's 6th annual Travelers' Choice award winners will help solve your spring break dilemma.