Officials believe the coronavirus was able to survive in the ice cream due to the cold temperature and was likely transferred from a person who had the disease.
Couples can book a 5-10 minute time for a ceremony, with upgrades -- including flowers and dessert -- available.
The Girl Scouts are teaming up with GrubHub in order to have their beloved cookies delivered right to your front door.
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson signed an order Wednesday directing stricter legal enforcement of a policy against disruptive airline passengers amid an uptick in "violent behavior" on flights, according to the agency.
The CDC announced that all international travelers, including U.S. citizens traveling from abroad, must test negative for COVID-19 before boarding a flight heading to America.
The reminder comes after politicians were heckled at airports.
Hyundai is adding about 471,000 SUVs to a September U.S. recall for an electrical short in a computer that could cause fires.
As COVID-19 cases continue to surge throughout the U.S. several cruise lines have extended cancellations on cruises till late spring/ early summer.
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines is banning emotional-support animals on flights.
The streaming series will serve as the "return of the beloved Fixer Upper series," according to a press release.
The experience is built using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists.
As many plan to celebrate at home, the Milwaukee restaurant industry looks to adapt for the holiday -- an already challenging year coming to a close.
Don’t want to stay up till midnight on New Year’s Eve? Families, early sleepers and those wanting to social distance might consider a midday celebration for December 31.
Shay Rose, a 21-year-old UCLA student, proved there’s a dress for every occasion after designing a 12-foot gown to help her stay socially distant.
Your travel checklist may get longer post-pandemic as airlines and companies eye requiring “vaccine passports.”
A record number of travelers passed through U.S. airports over the holidays despite warnings to limit travel amid the worsening coronavirus pandemic.
A Washington man decided to create a Flamin’ Hot Cheetos tamale to spice up his family’s Christmas Eve tradition but his family were not so thrilled with his rendition.
The United States is going to require airline travelers from Britain to get a negative COVID-19 test first.
The coronavirus pandemic will slow things down, but AAA still expects at least 84.5 million Americans to travel for the holidays, from Dec. 23 through Jan. 3.
Nostalgia junkies rejoice: Doritos 3D are making a comeback at the behest of fans everywhere.