Hiker Found Dead In Zion National Park After Husband Went To Look For Help

Park rangers encountered the man on the Riverside Walk trail, where he was being assisted by other hikers

Royal Uno Resort - My New Favorite in Cancun

I’ve been to over fifteen properties in Cancun, and each one hits with a different result. Some are comfortable, others are forgettable, but very few are at the top of the list. After a recent stay at Royal Uno® Resort in Cancun, I can easily add another property to the top of my favorite family...

Which Fast-Food Chain Has The Best Chicken Nuggets?

Because chicken nuggets are not just for kids.

5 Countries With Easy Citizenship for Retirement

In the short term, we're all working for the weekends; but, in the long run, we're all working with the hopes of retiring one day. While everyone has a different dream for that scenario, there is an...

40 Countries You Might Not Have Heard of But Should Visit ASAP

It's time to get your passport ready.

All the Rules You Never Knew Restaurants Have to Follow on 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives'

First rule of Flavortown? Don't say the word "Flavortown" on camera. Since 2006, we've watched Guy Fieri travel coast to coast visiting some of the country's greatest establishments for Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. It's one of the biggest shows on the Food Network, and with over 648 episodes and counting, it doesn't appear to be slowing down anytime soon. But what does it take to become a Triple D-featured spot and how does it all work? Both Fieri and producers have spilled behind-the-scenes secrets about the show throughout its 42 seasons—from who picks the restaurants to how you can tell if the host really likes a dish to what happens to these eateries after the cameras leave (spoiler: a little thing called the Triple D Effect!). Keep reading to learn about all things Flavortown and find out what really happens when Fieri rolls into your town.

8 of the most common signs of long-haul COVID-19

People with symptoms of COVID-19 that persist weeks or months after they get infected are known as long-haulers. Cognitive FX put together a list of the symptoms most often reported by them.

Cruise passenger who fell overboard rescued in ‘Thanksgiving miracle’

In what some officials were hailing as a “Thanksgiving miracle” a passenger was rescued from the waters of the Gulf of Mexico on Thursday evening after falling overboard from a cruise ship, the US coast guard (USCG) announced. At 8.25pm on Thursday, the coast guard located a 28-year-old man in the sea about 20 miles south of Southwest Pass, Louisiana, after he apparently fell overboard the New Orleans-to-Mexico Carnival Valor cruise ship on...

VIDEO: The Travel Hack Hotels Don't Want Guests to Know About

If you find yourself in a hotel room that you just can't make cold enough for your liking, it's most likely because the hotel has set the thermostat to save money.

Fast Food Legends and Their Incredible Homes

From McDonald's to KFC, Taco Bell and Starbucks, enjoy a drive-thru tour of the amazing homes built by the world's biggest fast food legends...

Inside The Yacht Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed Toured the Mediterranean On

The princess and her paramour vacationed on the yacht shortly before their tragic deaths in 1997.

A Brief History of Windsor Castle, the World's Longest-Occupied Palace

Season 5 of The Crown depicts the fire that almost completely destroyed the nearly 1,000-year-old British royal residence.

We visited two Walmart stores on opposite sides of the country on Black Friday and were shocked by how few shoppers we saw

The Walmart stores in Rochester, NY and Irvine, CA were quiet with only a handful of shoppers in the electronics, toys, and holiday sections.

The Fascinating Story Behind the Royal Family's Yacht, Britannia

The ship hosted four royal honeymoons in its 44 years of service.

I took an 18-hour train ride from Chicago to DC. Here were the 5 worst parts.

I traveled on Amtrak in coach for nearly a day and my assigned seat and lack of hot food options in coach were some of the biggest disappointments.

Missing teen hiker found frozen to death after hitting hiking goal

Man Who Fell Off Carnival Ship Could Have Been in Water for 15 Hours: 'Thanksgiving Miracle'

The passenger was reported missing by his sister around midday Thursday before the Coast Guard and neighboring vessels spotted him in the water hours later

18 haunting images capture Cyprus' divided border that's effectively frozen-in-time

The United Nations Buffer Zone has cut straight through Cyprus for nearly five decades, freezing the location in time.

As anger rises and tragedies mount, China shows no sign of budging on zero-Covid

Zhou, an auto dealer in northeastern China, last saw his father alive in a video chat on the afternoon of November 1, hours after their home on the far outskirts of Beijing was locked down.

From Titanic To the Mayflower, Here Are History's Most Important Ships

The greatest ships and boats in the world have shaped our shared history and their stories make us who we are today. While some have met a watery grave on the bottom of the ocean, many survive in museums or moorings around the globe and others live on as fully seaworthy replicas. Here we sail through time to discover the most influential launches from 2,500 BC to today.

Inside the Royals' Favorite Scottish Getaway, Balmoral Castle

Here's the history behind the famous Scottish castle.

Astonishing American Ancient Treasures And Mysteries

Treasures and discoveries from inside the ancient temples of the Americas.

16 Irresistible Christmas Desserts Around the World

The holiday season is the best time of year to celebrate with friends and family. Discover 16 festive Christmas desserts that will make your December celebration even sweeter.

Americans Will Soon Need a REAL ID To Fly Domestically

The clock is ticking, and Americans looking to fly domestically after May 3, 2023, will be required to use a REAL ID or passport.

Does Anyone Still Live In Stiltsville, Miami? Here's What We Know

Here's what to know about Stiltsville, an old neighborhood built on the sandbanks of Miami's Safety Valve and supported by wooden stilts.

Savvy travelers skip extra fees

While many budget airlines make money by adding additional fees on luggage, leg room, or seat and meal preferences, some savvy travelers are circumventing the extras and just paying for the cheaper airfare. Tips budget-conscious travelers share with The Wall Street Journal to avoid additional costs include: Pack light; avoid the online ticket fee b...

Disney's Strange World Just Set An Embarrassing Record

Disney’s animated movies are generally popular with audiences, but the latest offering from the studio...

Searching for the Lost Chimpanzees of Kyambura Gorge

Seeking an endangered family of chimps in Uganda’s sunken forest of Kyambura Gorge: a misadventure with a greater mission. Wading through murky, thigh-high water, I follow our tracker with careful precision, trying not to disturb the group of 6,000-pound hippos we spotted a minute earlier. The river channel in this section of the lower Kyambura […]

10 Places To Live Abroad So Cheap You Could Quit Your Job

With the cost of living in the United States soaring, more and more people are setting their sights on an international destination that won't break the bank. Some locales are so affordable that with...

The Best World Sauces: How Many Do You Know How to Make?

Do you know how to make these 20 famous world sauces?

31 breathtaking NASA photos you have to see to believe

NASA has been bringing the public into space through its beautiful and revelatory Image and Video Library. Of the more than 140,000 images and audio and video clips, Stacker highlighted 31 of the most breathtaking.

20 Truly Chilling Pictures of the Aftermath of Chernobyl

These photos will stop you in your tracks.

The Mysterious Dog-Killing Bacteria Plaguing a Popular National Park

Zion National Park is one of the country’s, if not the world’s, natural wonders. In Eastern Utah, the park is the 10th most visited national park according to the National Park Service (NPS), and throughout the pandemic continually struggled with overcrowding, with many hikers flooding in to cram themselves onto one hiking trail in particular: the Narrows. The Narrows, aptly named, is the narrowest part of Zion Canyon. Hiking through it involves...

A Look Inside the Defining Era of 1950s Las Vegas

See the best photos before the EDM takeover.

22 secret places you'll never be allowed to visit

There are still places in the world that are off-limits to curious travelers. From a snake-infested island to a secretive military base, here are the 22 forbidden places no one is allowed to visit.

Exploring the Caribbean on the World’s First Hybrid Ship

Ship. Boat. Bus. Boat. Walk. That’s how I made it to Lamanai, an ancient Mayan city reservation in Northern Belize that was the longest occupied of the Mayan world (3000 years). In Mayan, Lamanai means “submerged crocodile,” which fits as it sits along the lush and green crocodile waters of the New River that took us there. Climbing a stepped Mayan temple, like Mask Temple, is a bucket-lister for me. Mask Temple houses a tomb and is flanked on...

I paid $500 extra to upgrade my room on a 30-hour Amtrak ride, and I thought the additional 20 square feet was worth every penny

While 20 square feet may not sound like a lot, to Insider's reporter, the extra space on a long Amtrak ride — and the private toilet — was priceless.

Arrest warrant issued for friend of a North Carolina woman found dead while on vacation in Mexico

Mexican prosecutors have obtained an arrest warrant for the friend of a North Carolina woman found dead last month while on vacation in Cabo San Lucas and on Thursday called the death the result of "a direct attack."

Our 25 favorite fair foods of all time

Have you ever been to your local town, county, or state fair? If not, then you’re not only missing out on a ton of fun, but also a whole bunch of fantastic foods.

Meet the wives of infamous dictators

History is tainted with many dictators, but in addition to the many atrocities some of these men have committed, they too had personal lives, romantic relationships, and families. As the saying goes, "behind every great man is a great woman," but who were the women behind some of history's most infamous dictators? Click through the following gallery and learn more about these women.

How To Visit Top Of The Rock NYC Observation Deck

Top of the Rock NYC was one of the two original observation decks built in New York City. While the famous Empire State Building opened in 1931, Top of the …

Her luggage was lost. Then a kind stranger came to her aid

When airport worker Azalia Claudine Becerril Angulo helped traveler Hana Sofia Lopes after her luggage got lost across the Atlantic, the two women formed an unexpected connection.

Infamous criminals in the Witness Protection Program

Many of us are familiar with the concept of the Witness Protection Program, but how does it actually work? What happens to a witness when they enter the program? These people's lives are at great risk when they testify against dangerous criminals, and things can get even more dangerous when the witness is a criminal turned informant. Throughout the years, many important crime lords, including high-ranking mobsters, were taken down thanks to these witnesses. Intrigued? Click through and learn more about the Witness Protection Program and some of the famous criminals who have been admitted to it.

The World's Richest Families, and Their Staggering Fortunes

Discover the 50 richest families in the world right now.

The Best Perks of Being President of the United States

Being Commander-in-Chief comes with plenty of hidden advantages.

Scary Encounter With Bears in Glacier National Park Is Nail-Biting

Luckily the hikers did exactly what they were supposed to do in this situation.

Easy Holiday Appetizers

The holidays are a time for friends, family, and feasting. If you're hosting a holiday gathering, you'll want to have a spread of festive and tasty appetizers to keep your guests satisfied. But what if you're not a master chef? Never fear – there are plenty of easy holiday appetizers that even the most kitchen-challenged …

How wild was the Wild West, really?

We've all seen Western movies and numerous depictions of what the Old West was like, but it still begs the question: how wild was the Wild West, really? Well, it turns out it was pretty wild! So wild, in fact, that you’d probably struggle to survive... Curious to find out more about this slice of American history? Then put on your cowboy hat and click through.

Tristan Bussell Checks Off Kayaking Down a Waterfall Before He Dies

Tristan Bussell, 36, is crossing things off his bucket list, starting with kayaking Husum Falls. The post Tristan Bussell Checks Off Kayaking Down a Waterfall Before He Dies appeared first on GearJunkie.

Man with loaded gun in carry-on arrested at Newark airport on Thanksgiving

The suspect is the third passenger to have been arrested this month at Newark airport for carrying a gun in "accessible property."