First lady Michelle Obama made a surprise visit Tuesday to the ruins of
the Haitian capital, a high-profile reminder that hundreds of thousands
remain in desperate straits three months after the earthquake.
African cities will be excluded from the mix when American Airlines
launches new international destinations at John F. Kennedy Airport in
2011. The carrier is expanding its foothold in New York and says
minority owned businesses will benefit from that expansion.
The holiday decorations have been crammed back into the attic between the Halloween jack-o'-lanterns and Fourth of July bunting. The Champagne bottles from New Year's Eve are in the recycle bins and the Super Bowl frenzy has yet to peak. Sounds like a good time to grab a moment of your attention for our annual roundup of where to go this year.
Looks like the travel industry has finally called off the family feud. Indeed, family vacationers, many of whom say they’ve gotten short shrift of late, are now finding themselves in the VIP line, thanks to the latest shift in the topsy-turvy travel market.