By Arthur Frommer
The Trump Administration wants to put air traffic control in the hands of a private corporation. Should that worry you?
By Zac Thompson
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By Frommer's Editors
The risks outweigh the benefits of visiting countries with oppressive governments, says Arthur Frommer
By Jason Cochran
Can you identify the real Arthur Frommer? In 1963, CBS put America to the test when the travel authority appeared on the classic game show To Tell the Truth.
A Texas law requires state troopers to investigate the immigration status of drivers during routine traffic stops. The ACLU has issued a Texas travel alert in response.
Sea levels are rising in Miami Beach—and that could permanently change life and tourism there.
We asked a travel tech expert for the lowdown on the apps to download and security features to enable so that your favorite carry-on device stays useful—and safe from prying eyes—while you're on the road.
What once reliably delivered scientific reportage will now be controlled by a man famous for putting politics first.
A sharp reduction in foreign tourism will do far more economic harm than can be offset by corporations adding American jobs here and there.
Arthur Frommer weighs in on airline overbooking—and why passengers should be compensated a lot more.
Arthur Frommer assesses how Trump's policies, European terror attacks, budget cuts, and a new kind of hostel could affect U.S. travelers.
By Frommer's Staff
Because of Pres. Trump's policies, are foreign students becoming wary of U.S. universities? Arthur Frommer considers how that could damage the travel industry and the U.S. economy overall.