How to Protect Your Computer from Airlines and Hotels That Snoop on You

By Jason Cochran

It's called dynamic pricing, and it's how companies can offer you different rates based on who you are and what you're in the market for. Here's how to set your computer to get around it.

The Travel Press is Reporting the 'Trump Slump,' a Devastating Drop in Tourism to the United States

By Arthur Frommer

Experts across the travel industry are warning that masses of tourists are being scared away from visiting the United States, and the loss of tourism jobs could be devastating.

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Muzbnb: Everything You'd Expect From a Home-Sharing Service, Minus Islamophobia

By Jessica Monsell

This year, a new service will offer Muslim travelers that home-away-from-home feeling.

Everything You Need to Know About 'Basic Economy' Fares

By Zac Thompson

Delta, United, and American have all introduced low, no-frills airfares. But they come with so many fees and restrictions, customers need to know what they're in for.

The New Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington, D.C. Is Overwhelmed with Interest

By Arthur Frommer

It's such a remarkable attraction that it has been packed with more visitors than it expected, so if you want to go, you'll need to plan ahead.

Forthcoming Decisions by Trump May Have a Major, and Not Always Favorable, Impact on the U.S. Travel Industry

By Arthur Frommer

Your right to travel has always been intertwined with political affairs, and this moment in American history poses more questions about the future of travel than most.

In Its Ability to Start and Stop the Flow of Outbound Tourism, China Possesses a Mighty Weapon to Use Against the West

By Arthur Frommer

Despite what fevered political rhetoric may imply, international relations cannot be simply reset. Countless American families depend on the tourism relationship between the United States and China.