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Saudi flirting before social media
Bound by strict gender segregation, Saudis turned cars into flirting vehicles before social media.
Throwback Thursday: Thaw Out With Some Classic Frozen Foods
I welcome back on this throwback Thursday and we market. The food revolution is national frozen food DNA and we have a few classics here to help us celebrate we got some classics. Tater tots pot pies that's how we all here on world news this day was named national frozen food day by none other than
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Holiday Travel Freezes in Frigid Temps
Two days before Christmas, it's looking a lot like winter a very cold one. Across the country, record-breaking temperatures have gripped the United States, stranding travelers and locals on one of the busiest travel days of the year. For those hitting the New England roads, it was a tough haul on
Legroom, lounges and legalese: A guide to the best travel gift certificates
It's been quite a few holiday seasons since the economic news was so grim, and undoubtedly many Americans will be cutting back on their travel budgets. This presents an opportunity for you to deliver the perfect gift for family and friends: the world. Or at least a little part of it, through travel
Holiday Travel Gift Certificates
Legroom, Lounges and Legalese: A Guide to the Best Travel Gift Certificates
Trick or treat: Numbskull frights, impish delights await the unsuspecting
Boo! In a year in which airlines cut flights and imposed fees, hotel rates fluctuated and gas skyrocketed to $4 a gallon, traveling became downright scary. In honor of Halloween, USA TODAY's travel staff share the tricks played on them by the fickle industry — and reveal some surprising treats
Leave the NYC-D.C. driving to BoltBus
A new bus line — BoltBus, a subsidiary of Greyhound Lines — beginning service March 27 between New York and Washington will offer tickets for $1 each way for the first four days of service (through March 30). Seats were still available Thursday. Coaches will offer street-corner service between the
Greyhound Revs Up With a Revamp, Face Lift
Tired of Nightmares With Planes, Trains and Automobiles, More Travelers are Taking the Bus.
Greyhound revs up with a revamp, face lift
In the dead of a frigid winter night, the crowded confines of the art deco Greyhound station here have the feel of a triage unit. Dazed-looking passengers slump over their possessions trying to catch some winks under the glaring lights. The restless line up to vie for a seat on the next bus out.