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  • Post-tornado tourism map reopens wounds

    Post-tornado tourism map reopens wounds
    Much of the post-tornado rubble has been removed from Joplin, Mo. But for the city's residents, a six-mile scar of house foundations and turned-up dirt serves as a raw and sorrowful reminder of the epic twister that killed 161 people and destroyed...
  • JetBlue Pilot Found 'Not Guilty' by Reason of Insanity

    JetBlue Pilot Found 'Not Guilty' by Reason of Insanity
    Washington -- A JetBlue pilot arrested after an apparent meltdown aboard a March flight has been found not guilty by reason of insanity. A federal judge in Amarillo, Texas, made the determination Tuesday after a psychologist testified that pilot...
  • Travel experts share bargain-hunting tips

    Travel experts share bargain-hunting tips
    If you don't know where you're going on vacation this year, you may not be indecisive. You might just be a bargain hunter. Increasingly, travelers are trading the certainty of the destination for savings, Peter Yesawich, vice chairman of MMGY Global, a...
  • An easy way to navigate

    An easy way to navigate
    My City Way USA (free; iOS) What it is: Travel-related apps covering 37 cities, each city with its own collection of restaurant finder, tour info, transit schedules, crime reports, dog park locators and more. How it works: Choose a city, from Atlanta to...
  • From video to good seats

    From video to good seats
    Viddy (free, iOS 4.2 or later) What it is: An app to capture, embellish and share short videos. It's the equivalent of video Twitter, but instead of a 140-character tweet, Viddy lets you share 15-second videos across your social network. How it works:...
  • The trouble with Wi-Fi

    The trouble with Wi-Fi
    Technology couldn't be more pervasive. It is always at our fingertips, meeting every need at every moment, providing constant communication. Right? Judging by how quickly people fire up their phones after the plane lands, not quite. One of the last...
  • SuperTooth HD Bluetooth Speakerphone clearly hands-free

    SuperTooth HD Bluetooth Speakerphone clearly hands-free
    Name: SuperTooth HD What it is: A Bluetooth speakerphone with noise-cancellation technology, voice-activated features, two speakers with 5-watt audio output and a 5.4-watt amplifier for clear hands-free calls. SuperTooth HD is designed to keep your...
  • Trayvon Martin shooting draws Rev. Al Sharpton to Sanford

    Trayvon Martin shooting draws Rev. Al Sharpton to Sanford
    The Rev. Al Sharptonannounced through social media that he will be visiting Sanford next week to hold a rally for slain Miami teen Trayvon Martin, whose killing by a Neighborhood Watch volunteer has sparked national outrage. The MSNBC commentator, civil-...
  • Saints Cut Tight End Jeremy Shockey

    Saints Cut Tight End Jeremy Shockey
    UPDATE: Shockey posted this statement on his Facebook page: "Always will remember my time in New Orleans. What a city, you all welcomed me like one of your own, and we had a great run. Onto the next chapter, the Deep Unknown." --------------------...
  • Six Flags Magic Mountain spills plans for record-setting coaster

    Six Flags Magic Mountain spills plans for record-setting coaster
    Six Flags Magic Mountain is expected to add a terrain-hugging launched roller coaster in 2013 featuring the world's tallest loop, according to an employee who wasn't authorized to speak on behalf of the amusement park. A Magic Mountain mechanic...
  • Last person to see Mount Rainier park ranger alive says she saved lives

    Last person to see Mount Rainier park ranger alive says she saved lives
    Before the fatal shot was fired, it was just another day on the job for National Park Ranger Margaret Anderson; she was helping Mount Rainier visitors, including Jeremy Best. Best said Tuesday he believes he was the last visitor to speak with the 34-...
  • Someone just became a Carnival cruiser for life

    Someone just became a Carnival cruiser for life
    When my husband suggested we upgrade our idea of a vacation with a Carnival cruise at sea, I was admittedly more than a little hesitant -- can we afford it? Are we really "cruisers"? But then we explored a little more and discovered they have a ton of...