Netherlands Antilles News
Shortstops dominate Day 1 of draft
SECAUCUS, N.J. -- It didn't take long for a theme to emerge at Major League Baseball's 2015 First-Year Player Draft. The Arizona Diamondbacks led off with Vanderbilt shortstop Dansby Swanson. The Houston Astros picked Louisiana State shortstop Alex Bregman in the second spot, and the Colorado
Today In Pictures: Nov. 7, 2011
A young Indian Muslim girl gestures as others offer prayers during Eid al-Adha, the “Feast of Sacrifice,” in New Delhi, India, Nov. 7, 2011. This most important Islamic holiday marks the willingness of the Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son. (Gurinder Osan/AP Photo) Onix,...
Refund request rerouted, and rerouted, and rerouted again
Question:In August, we booked a January flight through Travelocity to the Netherlands Antilles, flying from Las Vegas through Fort Lauderdale to St. Maarten on Spirit Airlines. We searched for a flight that did not involve a wintertime connection through a northern city. The next day, I received an
Six Indicted in Wall St. Stock Loan Probe
Widening Probe Allegedly Involves Finder Fees and Kickbacks at Brokerage Firms
Top five off-peak destinations for summer
This summer, hot-weather locales in the U.S., Latin America, and the Caribbean top our list of the best off-peak destinations. If you don't mind a little (or a lot) of heat and humidity, you can easily save hundreds of dollars on accommodations, airfare, and activities. New Orleans, Phoenix,
'Merchant of Death' Captured in Thailand
Alleged Arms Dealer Viktor Bout Nabbed in Southeast Asia Sting, Faces Charges in the U.S.
Does Justice Take a Holiday in Caribbean ?
Ah, the Caribbean. Blazing sun. Blue sea. A carefree escape. Until something goes wrong. Brandie Black thought she'd found paradise when she moved from Fort Worth, Texas, to the Dutch island of St. Maarten to study medicine at the American University of the Caribbean. But in late February, Black
Bonaire Divers Seek Underwater Nightlife
"He's silver, he's long, he's big and he's quite ugly." After watching more than one snorkeler flee the water screaming "Shark guide Dedrie Pedersen now routinely advises clients, before they jump in, of a menacing giant that could cross their path. "He" is a 6-foot-long tarpon that regularly
Aruba's Countryside Puts Beach to Shame
Should you get lost in Aruba, follow the divi-divi trees. That was the tip from Leroy King, a tour guide, as my mother, aunts and a busload of people ventured into the rocky, parched interior that defines much of this unique island. The divi-divi trees gnarled and outstretched to the Caribbean