Customs data collected by the American agency show that the U.S. received 2.9 million Chinese visitors in 2018, down 5.7 percent from the year before.
A couple watches as water gushes from a pipe into the former Cottbus Nord open-cast coal mine in order to create the Cottbuser Ostsee artificial lake on April 24th, 2019, near Cottbus, Germany.
Activating a provision that allows rich exiles to sue in American court for property lost during the 1959 revolution would raise hostilities once again and potentially hurt the Cuban economy.
Many national parks were kept open but unstaffed or understaffed, with serious consequences for the parks, their employees, and their visitors.
And the industry's share of global emissions is only expected to grow.
The state is moving to reduce plastic pollution by implementing a groundbreaking ban on polystyrene containers that are commonly used throughout the island in the food industry.
Ethnographers are working on solutions to help prevent Central American economies from being overtaken by surf tourists. But the real answer may lie in surfing itself.
The NPS is legally obligated to better manage its enormous crowds, but it is crippled by budget cuts and maintenance backlogs.
A new trend in California schools is having unintended consequences for residents of South Lake Tahoe.
Two Chinese tourists gave the Nazi salute in Berlin, breaking the law and garnering international media attention.
Gullele Botanic Garden is an oasis of endemic plant life on the outskirts of Ethiopia's largest city, Addis Ababa.
As many millions of tourists descend on the national parks this season, is the agency overlooking its obligations under the law?