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    Who Should Pay When an Airline Sends Passengers to the Wrong City?

    You be the judge: When a passenger's flight gets royally messed up, who's really responsible?


    50 Jokes For 50 States

    Why are people laughing at your home state? Find out here—then give some back.


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    13 Things Airlines Don’t Want to Tell You (But Every Flier Should Know)

    From how to get the best seats to disgusting airplane habits to avoid, get these insider secrets to a safer,...


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    Organize Your Car: 6 Quick Tricks That Stop the Mess for Good

    There really is a place for everything—even on the road. Use these clever tricks to keep your car clutter-free and...


    Sitting with a Soldier at the Airport, and the Life Lesson I’ll Never Forget

    When a young soldier sat next to Stacy Clark she never expected it would become such a meaningful moment.


    Genius: 4 Ways to Predict the Weather Without an App

    Forget what the weatherman says: Use these common-sense tricks to quickly predict the weather with your own senses.


    These Perfect Photos of Maine’s Puffins Will Give You Hope About Nature

    Animal lovers will cheer for this only-in-America, good-news story about how one man brought puffins back to a part of...


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    5 Clever Car Tricks for Winter

    How to prevent an icy windshield, quickly thaw a frozen lock, and more.

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    6 iPhone Apps for Nature Lovers

    Before you set out on your next picnic, nature walk, or hiking adventure, download these helpful, informative, and incredibly cool...


    The Best, Worst, and Deadliest Roads in America: The Rankings

    America is spending more money to build, maintain, and improve the roads, and it’s paying off—give or take a few...


    Louisiana’s Creole Nature Trail

    This trail is a natural wonder of the South.


    Utah Byways

    Sculpted by wind and water over countless millennia, the remote canyons and plateaus of southeastern Utah were among the last...


    New Mexico North

    Traversed long ago by ancient Indians, Spanish conquistadors, and traders from the East, the richly varied journey along Rte. 64...


    Hell on Wheels

    August 4, 2000, was a normal commute for Michael Eck. Until it wasn't.


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    Tips for Making Road Trips Easier

    These tips and tricks make it easier to go with the flow.


    4 Things You Can Take from Your Hotel Room—And 6 You Can’t

    Unfortunately, you shouldn't take the robes.

    This Is Why You Never See Mosquitoes at Disney World

    Have you noticed that Disney World, despite being in Florida, seems to be virtually mosquito-free?