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Antibiotic use by travelers may add to global spread of superbugs

p>[EMBARGOED UNTIL THURSDAY, JAN. 22] Taking antibiotics for diarrhea may put travelers visiting developing parts of the world at higher risk for contracting superbugs and spreading these daunting drug-resistant bacteria to their home countries, according to a new study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases and now available online. read more

Obama to Cut India Trip Short, Head to Saudi Arabia

The White House has rethought its Mideast protocol: President Obama himself will travel to Saudi Arabia Tuesday instead of Joe Biden to meet with the nation's new king, reports Reuters. Obama will cut short a visit to India, ditching a trip to the Taj Mahal, to pay his respects in...

Obama to cut short India trip to visit Saudi Arabia

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will cut short his three-day trip to India to travel to Saudi Arabia to pay respects following the death of King Abdullah, U.S. and Indian officials said Saturday, hours before the U.S. president was to depart for New Delhi.

Obama to cut short India trip to visit Saudi Arabia

President Obama will cut short his three-day trip to India to travel to Saudi Arabia to pay respects following the death of King Abdullah.

Travel New York: 6 Reasons to (Re)Visit Buffalo

Join Vagabondish on Twitter and Facebook. It’d been almost a decade since I last visited Buffalo, New York. I think sockhops and AOL were still cool back then. I just remember it being very gray: gray buildings, gray skies, just an overall sense of … gray. Show More Summary

A Question of Privilege. Reflections after a visit to a North London Sixth Form College

I spent a large part of Thursday travelling to and from, and speaking at, a selective state school. It is a ‘Sixth Form College', a type of school which is of course allowed to select on ability at 16,...

B/R Experts Predict Top Matches in World Football for Weekend Jan. 24-25

The Premier League takes a break this weekend, with the FA Cup fourth round taking over. Manchester City face an intriguing visit from Championship high-fliers Middlesbrough, while Arsenal travel to another second-tier side in Brighton...Show More Summary

Obama Won’t Meet With Netanyahu In March

President Barack Obama will not meet with Benjamin Netanyahu when the Israeli prime minister travels to the United States to visit with Congress in March. A White House spokesperson cited “longstanding policy and principal” against meeting with world leaders who face upcoming elections as the onus behind the decision. “Accordingly, the president will not be [...]Show More Summary

Just Back: Paris

Nat Geo Travel Associate Producer Megan Heltzel (on Twitter and Instagram @MeganHeltzel) recently returned from a trip to Paris. Though it was her second visit to the French capital, this trip was especially memorable because she returned home engaged to be married! Here are some of the high points of her trip (besides the ring on her finger), in her own words.

Antibiotic Use by Travelers May Add to Global Spread of Superbugs

Taking antibiotics for diarrhea may put travelers visiting developing parts of the world at higher risk for contracting superbugs and spreading these daunting drug-resistant bacteria to their home countries, according to a new study....Show More Summary

Mesut Ozil Must Kickstart His Arsenal Career vs. Brighton in FA Cup

This weekend, Arsenal travel to Brighton in the fourth round of the FA Cup. Arsenal made the same trip two years ago, winning on their first visit to the Falmer Stadium. With the Seagulls languishing in the lower regions of the Championship table, this looks like another favourable tie for the Gunners. Show More Summary

20 Strange and Surprising Reasons to Visit These Northeast Towns

As a travel writer open and game to exploring the offbeat and oddball within a few hours or one day's drive of New York City (Virginia to Maine), I've stumbled on some pretty bizarre, eccentric and/or downright weird things. Here's just...Show More Summary

The List #0125: Visit the birthplace of Ferrari

Jessi and Patrick travel to Italy to visit the literal and figurative birthplace of Ferrari, one of the world's most storied automakers. The duo tours the Italian countryside in an all-wheel Ferrari FF, making stops at Museo Ferrari in Maranello and Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari in the founder's hometown of Modena. Show More Summary

Russia Is Trolling The US With A Spy Ship Ahead Of American Visit To Cuba

A Russian spy ship "bristling with antennas and satellite dishes" docked in Havana harbor just a day before a US delegation is set to travel to the country, CNN reported today. President Barack Obama announced plans to normalize relations with the still communist-governed island nation in late 2014. Show More Summary

Top 10 Sporting Events To Visit In 2015

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If you love to travel, and you love sports, why not combine those two loves for one fun and exciting vacation?

International Politics—Visiting The Global Corner Market Together

 Let’s visit the global corner market together. We are the new generation of virtual travelers; we hold the power to redefine the way the world sees itself.   I had just arrived in Budapest, Hungary as an exchange student in the fall of 1993. Show More Summary

Finding Bigfoot: Bigfoot Basecamp

The team travels to Minnesota following reports of bigfoots making repeat visits to local properties. After establishing a home base, the team sets up surveillance cameras and meets with witnesses.

Gov. Cuomo to travel to Cuba in coming months

Gov. Cuomo is set to announce that he will visit Cuba in the coming months.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Planning Trade Mission to Cuba

It'll be one of the first high-profile visits by an American politician to Cuba since President Obama ended travel restrictions this week

Pope Dons Rain Poncho, Visits Typhoon Survivors

Pope Francis traveled to the far eastern Philippines to comfort survivors of devastating Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, but had to cut his own trip short because of another approaching storm. In a windy and rainy morning Mass with a crowd that included Haiyan survivors, he conceded it was hard to...

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