The rules printed in the Federal Register on Thursday say applicants will be denied tourist visas if they're determined by consular officers to be traveling to the U.S. primarily to give birth.
Delta is introducing a new pet carrier to improve the safety and comfort of your fur buddy during travel.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has apologized to a Native American woman who was recently “humiliated” by an agent’s offensive treatment while passing through a security screening at Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport (MSP).
A crowd of 30,000 boaters (or future boaters!) will set sail for the Georgia World Congress Center this weekend, checking out some of the hottest vessels on the market.
U-Haul has released its list of Top Growth States of 2019 and Georgia ranked towards the top of the pack.
A travel security services firm released its annual map, predicting which countries will be the safest to the most dangerous for travel in 2020.
Planning a trip in 2020? You can visit every National Park in the U.S. for free on these five designated dates.
A record breaking 115 million people are expected to travel this holiday season, according to AAA.
At least two people are dead and 16 others are hurt after a bus from Houston crashed on its way to the town of Cerritos Saturday, and wet roads could have been to blame.
American Airlines became the second carrier to offer customers a non-binary gender option when booking flights, joining United Airlines which began doing the same in March.
Friday and Saturday are the two busiest days for people beginning their Christmas travel.
A travel advisory was issued for Americans who want to visit Mexico as many states in the country have seen an increase in violent crimes.
The goal of the new cameras is to reduce speed and improve safety around the schools.
“Drink” and “be merry” are the top two activities expected at many holiday parties set to get underway and law enforcement wants you to keep this message in mind: “Drive sober or get pulled over.”
A man is trying to clear his name as a Lyft driver after a rider shared a warning on Facebook with his photo and license plate not to accept a ride from him.
The man was standing between two parked Lexus vehicles when one of them turned on after it was accidentally started by a remote system, officials said.
About 7:15 a.m., officers and fire officials responded to calls of a vehicle in the water in the 900 block of North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago police said.
A controversial report about how the state should handle drunk drivers.
An Xpress transit bus caught fire in Cobb County on Tuesday.
One minor injury after DeKalb County school bus crashes into tree.