Reversing what had been Cuba's policy since 1959, most Cuban citizens can now travel abroad without a special exit permit and letter of invitation. Some see the policy reversal as an important step for reform, while others view it as…
Washington Post columnists Ruth Marcus and Michael Gerson, sitting in for NewsHour regulars David Brooks and Mark Shields, weigh in on the week's top political news, including Rick Perry's first week on the presidential campaign trail, President Obama's Midwestern bus…
As the summer travel season begins this Memorial Day weekend, American motorists are shifting their consumption patterns as they adjust to higher prices at the gas pump. Experts examine how consumers are handling the higher fuel prices.
The Bush administration said Friday that it would temporarily relax rules requiring passports for U.S. citizens traveling by air to Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean because of long waits in processing passports.
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