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Measles Outbreak: Why Vaccination Is So Important

The number of people diagnosed with measles is on the rise in the U.S., with 129 cases this year alone.

The Week in Pictures: April 17 - 24

American wins big in Boston, Obama protesters hosed down, matadors visit chapel before battle, Easter rockets blanket Greece and more.

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Swiss Certified as World's First Allergy-Friendly Airline

Air travel can be a challenging and, at times, life-threatening situation for the millions of people with allergies or sensitivities to pet dander, strong scents and certain foods.

Measles Cases Surge in U.S., Fueled By Unvaccinated Travelers

Measles cases in the U.S. are surging at the fastest pace in nearly two decades, fueled mostly by unvaccinated travelers sparking outbreaks from California to New York — and, now, in Ohio, where 13 members of an Amish community may have fallen ill.

Is Lyft Coming to Your City? Uber Rival Revs Up Competition

Uber might have Paris, but Lyft has Lincoln, Nebraska. On Thursday, the ride-sharing service announced that it was expanding to nearly double the number of U.S. cities, including many smaller markets like Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Memphis, Tennessee. That puts the company in 60 total U.S.

Australian tailor creates ‘wearable credit card’

Dog Bathroom Unveiled at Detroit Airport

The dog rest area, intended for service dogs in transit, includes fake hydrants and a lawn with sprinklers.

Mountain of Danger: Climate Change Could Make Everest Even Riskier

NEW DELHI -- Climbing to the roof of the world is becoming less predictable and possibly more dangerous, scientists say, as climate change brings warmer temperatures that may eat through the ice and snow on Mount Everest.

Sherpas and Climbers Leave Everest After Tragedy

As the fate of Mount Everest climbing season remained up in the air Wednesday with scores of Sherpas walking off the job, climbers and expedition teams are already heading home out of respect for the 16 guides lost in an avalanche last week.

California Mom and TSA Settle Breast Milk Lawsuit for $75,000

Sometimes it pays to cry over spilled milk.A California mom who was held at an Arizona airport four years ago after an argument with TSA agents who wanted to X-ray her breast milk has won a preliminary settlement of $75,000 from the agency.Stacey Armato, who filed a lawsuit in U.S.

New Zealand Is a Travel Hotspot for Chinese Tourists

New Zealand topped a list of 22 nations as Chinese tourists' favorite destination for the first time, according to a survey by the China Tourism Academy.The quarterly poll measures travelers' satisfaction across key indicators including public services, environmental conditions and security.

Flying in Style: Book a Room on the Four Seasons' Private Jet

Four Seasons has a new weapon in the luxury travel wars: its own Boeing 757.The Toronto-based luxury resort company said Wednesday that it's launching the first Four Seasons-branded private jet.

Rock Climber Recounts Fracturing Spine After 30-Foot Fall

Video shows rescuers efforts to retrieve the man after he fell from a granite wall in Yosemite National Park. KCRA’s Mallory Hoff Reports.

Nightly Viewers Share Their 1964 World's Fair Photos and Memories

Brian Williams asked and you delivered. During Tuesday's night broadcast following a report on the 50th anniversary of the 1964 World's Fair, we asked viewers to share their own photos and memories of the historic event.

Everest Avalanche's Impact Will Roll Through Nepal's Economy

Nepal, which relies heavily on income from tourism at the world's highest peaks, will be struggling to keep an economic foothold if Sherpa guides decide to boycott this year’s climbing season, tour operators and mountaineering experts say.

Teen Stowaway May Have Been Trying to Find African Relatives

Doctors say the boy may have stayed alive due to the extreme cold of the plane’s wheel well, which may have slowed down his body “like a hibernating frog.”

Airbnb Vs. New York City Hearing Ends Without Judge's Ruling

The judge reserved his decision and will issue his ruling sometime in the future, according to the court clerk's office.

Rare Color Film Transports You to 1964 World's Fair

The brilliant Edwin Newman brought an open mind and droll wit to an NBC special about the 1964 New York World’s Fair. The documentary, "A World's Fair Diary," will take you back in time and on a tour of what many call the last great World’s Fair.

Hotels Hook Up to Tiny House Trend

While some hotels trumpet the ample square footage of their guest rooms, others rely on quirky coziness to attract customers.

Angry Sherpas to Ditch Mount Everest Following Tragedy

Many of the Sherpas mountain guides — whom climbers depend on to scale Mount Everest — have decided to boycott the rest of the climbing season, which was set to run through May, leaving mountaineers at base camp uncertain about what will happen next.

U.S. Airfares Still Rising But Slowly

The average price of an airline ticket for travel within the U.S. rose by just $1 last year, although prices are still modestly higher than they were five years ago.The U.S. Department of Transportation said Tuesday that the average domestic airfare rose to $381 in the fourth quarter of 2013, a 0.

1964 New York World's Fair Flashback Tour

Take a trip through time and visit the sites of the last great World’s Fair held at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York. The Ford Mustang, space travel, computers, and color TV were just a few of the attractions on display for the millions of fairgoers that came through the park’s gate between 1964 and 1965.

Angry Sherpas to Ditch Everest Following Tragedy

KATMANDU, Nepal — Most Sherpas mountain guides have decided to leave Mount Everest, a guide said, confirming a walkout certain to disrupt a climbing season that was already marked by grief over the lives lost last week in Everest's deadliest disaster.

Teen Stowaway Survives 5-Hour Hawaii Flight in Jet Wheel Well

A 16-year-old boy stowed away in the wheel well of a flight from California to Hawaii, surviving the voyage halfway across the Pacific Ocean unscathed despite frigid temperatures, FBI and airline officials said.

How Did the Teen Stowaway Evade Airport Security?

While the rest of us can't board a flight without submitting our socks for inspections, a 16-year old boy managed to sneak into an airplane's wheel-well Sunday and take a free ride from San Jose to Maui. He survived, but the incident raises serious questions about airport security.

How Did He Survive? Teen Stowaway 'Very, Very Lucky'

The 16-year-old boy who stowed away in the landing gear of a 767 flying from California to Hawaii survived with help from an unlikely source: the frigid temperatures that could have killed him.The runaway from Santa Clara, Calif.

Teen Stowaway Walked Right Through San Jose Airport Security Gap

Surveillance video at two airports shows how a 16-year-old boy managed to stow away in the wheel well of a flight from California to Hawaii — He simply climbed a fence without anyone stopping him, authorities told NBC News on Monday.The boy from Santa Clara, Calif.

It's 'Miraculous' Hawaii Stowaway Survived

Despite subzero temperatures and high altitude, the young stowaway who climbed in a plane’s well wheel emerged in surprisingly good health.

Royal Couple Tours 'Absolutely Stunning' Uluru

The Duchess of Cambridge said she was stunned as she and her husband visited Australia's most famous natural landmark, previously known as Ayres Rock.


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