Travel Safety

The government is secretly monitoring ordinary US citizens when they fly Air marshals have conducted surveillance on thousands of unknowing Americans under the “Quiet Skies” program. By Emily Stewart  Jul 29, 2018, 3:58pm EDT

'Grey's Anatomy' star Ellen Pompeo robbed while on vacation in Italy ET Online
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Water heater blamed for death of Iowa family in Mexico had rusted in humid climate, police say USA TODAY NETWORKKevin Hardy, The Des Moines RegisterPublished 10:46 p.m. ET April...

How safe are helicopter tours? By Alexandra Deabler | Fox News  

A danger too far? ITIJ 205, February 2018 Two fatal accidents involving light aircraft carrying holidaymakers made headlines as...

A security concern on Europe's rivers By Richard Turen / November 30, 2017 -- I w

The Best Time of Day to Fly © Getty By Cynthia Drescher The Internet is rife with so-called travel "hacks." Where to discover little-known airfare...

A Step Toward Uniform Passenger Legal Rights By Eric Lee and J. Michael Cavanaugh The Cruise Passenger Protection Act of 2017, a U.S. Senate bill introduced on June 29, 2017, proposes a broad range of notice, procedural and oversight provisions for the cruise line industry. The...

The 10 safest cities in the world The safest countries in the world aren't necessary the ones you'd think to travel to.

Health, Safety and Environmental Standards in the growing luxury river cruise industry By Bart Maaswinkel (B.Sc.) In the last few years the popularity and...