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What to See and What to Skip in Washington, DC
With political winds shifting sharply, the spotlight is clearly on Washington, D.C ., this month. But no matter who occupies the White House, or who inhabits the halls of Congress, D.C.'s draw as a traveler's playground remains intact. A plethora of free attractions creates value in our nation's
Crossing Red Lines: What's Annoying Asian Nations Most?
How can you get under the skin of an Asian country? Diplomatic body searches, bomber flights, shrine statues and even doormats have set governments on edge. Here's a nation-by-nation look at Asia's figurative, and in one case literal, sacred cows: ——— SOUTH KOREA South Korea takes
S. Koreans' Ties With Samsung Are Lifelong, Often Conflicted
It's difficult for people outside South Korea to fully grasp what Samsung means inside its home country, where it is far more than just another big company
Definitions of 'Comfort Women' Reveal Japan-S. Korea Divide
Both Japan and South Korea refer to women used by the Japanese military used for sex before and during World War II as 'comfort women,' but the term means different things to each nation
60 Years Since Publication of Famous Travel Guidebook
The legendary travel guidebook writer Arthur Frommer is marking 60 years since the publication of his 1957 book, "Europe on $5 a Day." Frommer began writing about travel while serving in the US Army in Europe in the 1950s
Ex-UN Chief Back in South Korea, Hints at Presidential Bid
Former U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has returned to his native South Korea amid widespread expectations he will run for president
Tennessee Couple Dies Just Hours Apart After Nearly 64 Years of Marriage
A Tennessee couple recently died just hours apart of each other, spending their final moments holding hands in their hospital beds after more than 64 years of marriage. Dolores Winstead, 83, and her husband, 88-year-old Trent Winstead, both passed away at Saint Thomas West Hospital in Nashville,
John Lithgow on 'Excitement and Fear' of His Latest Role
Lithgow appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about "The Crown," his career and his next big project.
Obama Says John Glenn 'Lifted the Hopes of a Nation'
The death of legendary astronaut John Glenn sparked an outpouring of tributes, including from President Obama, who said the space pioneer "lifted the hopes of a nation." "With John's passing, our nation has lost an icon and Michelle and I have lost a friend," Obama said. "John spent his life