They might be called “Jersey barriers,” but they weren’t born in the Garden State.
Hundreds of strays roam a historic site. The NPS says they're a health hazard. Cat lovers disagree.
The meaning of the “wait for green” traffic sign is less redundant than it seems.
You might know everything there is to know about New York City slang, but the moment you leave the city, fuhgeddaboudit. Upstate New York has its own set of regional colloquialisms, often depending on which area of the state you’re in.
For when you need a more immersive haunting experience.
There's much more to the Wyoming landmark than what you saw in ’Close Encounters of the Third Kind.’
To prevent spilled dishes and spoiled perishables from ruining the meal, check out these tips for safely packing and transporting food to Thanksgiving dinner.
The standard traffic practice is under increased scrutiny.
In honor of Veterans Day, you can visit any one of the National Park Service's more than 400 parks on Saturday, November 11, 2023, for free.
Most airline passengers focus on what they can’t bring through TSA checkpoints—but you'd be shocked by what can actually slip right through.
The gift shop is located near the Philadelphia Museum of Art and sells everything from Rocky trunks to hoodies.
If you're planning a leaf-peeping trip through New England this fall, you'll want to map out the best spots for apple cider donuts along your route.
Caves and volcanoes don’t often go hand-in-hand in our imaginations, but the second most common type of cave in the world is made from the power of volcanoes.
Homesickness is normal. Here are some techniques for how to cope with the feeling.
From Knotts Scary Farm to Eastern State Penitentiary, these haunted attractions are worth a visit this Halloween season.
The nightly bat exodus, which occurs most early evenings between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m., is one of the most popular attractions at Malaysian Borneo’s Mulu National Park.
To find the easternmost point in the United States, look west.
A recent survey found some drivers would rather visit a dentist than attempt to back into a parking spot.
You know planes cover hundreds of miles per hour. So why doesn't it look like they do?