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  • Is the galaxy full of Earths?
    Jim Bell says NASA's latest discovery support the notion that habitable worlds are probably common in the galaxy.
  • Ukraine crisis could pull U.S. to war
    Graham Allison says if an unchecked and emboldened Russia foments conflict in a nation like Latvia, a NATO member with a Russian speaking population, the West would have to defend it.
  • See why Navy paid $3 billion for this
    The US Navy's newest stealth destroyer is twice as long as the Statue of Liberty but barely shows up on radar.
  • The best show you're not watching
    If fans thought season one of "Orphan Black" was mysterious, get ready to spiral deeper down the rabbit hole for a second season. The show returns this Saturday April 19 on BBC America.
  • Taylor Swift surprises bride at shower

  • Radio traffic may answer questions
    Passengers couldn't board lifeboats as the ferry had listed too much, a crew member said, according to a transcript released Sunday.
  • 'Please hurry' -- transcript of calls
    The following is a partial transcript of communication between an unidentified crew member aboard the sinking South Korean ferry Sewol and local maritime traffic control centers on Wednesday.
  • Challenging conditions
    Under the water, conditions for divers carrying out the grim task of looking for survivors from the sunken South Korean ferry are challenging at best.
  • 'There is no hell like this'
    Located 12 miles from the accident site, Paeng Mok Harbor has become a refugee camp for the brokenhearted.
  • Suicide risk a concern
    South Korean officials have made mental health counselors available to the families of the missing. No one has approached them.
  • Ferry captain defends actions
    The captain of the sunken South Korean ferry is defending his actions as rescuers continue the search for survivors.
  • Wyoming landslide splits buildings
    A once slow-moving Wyoming landslide has doubled in speed, split a home and threatens even more structures.
  • Lawsuit: I want '8THEIST' car tags
    Shannon Morgan identifies as an atheist and wants the world, or at least the car behind her, to know it. But the state of New Jersey says no.
  • Body ID'd as missing 5-year-old
    A body found off a central Massachusetts highway has been positively identified as that of Jeremiah Oliver, a 5-year-old boy who was missing for months before police were alerted.
  • Everest survivor: We hid
    Another Sherpa guide died in Friday's Mount Everest avalanche, bringing the death toll to 13, a Nepalese government official said Saturday.
  • Meteor or UFO? Fireball in the sky
    Russia Today says officials have not yet identified this mysterious object seen in the sky over Murmansk, Russia.
  • Is it possible to live forever?
    Morgan Spurlock dives into the world of "futurism," and sees if its possible to live forever
  • FBI questions Delta flight passengers
    The FBI screened passengers from a Delta Airlines flight from Detroit to Denver on Friday after a potential security threat.
  • Parents flip out as boy is snatched
    What looked like a real kidnapping sent parents into a frenzy. CNN affiliate KCPQ reports on why the "kidnappers" did it.
  • Group mum on missing schoolgirls
    One more Nigerian schoolgirl who was among 129 kidnapped earlier this week by suspected Boko Haram militants is back home, an education official said -- though 84 of her fellow female students remain unaccounted for.
  • Drone finds 1,000-year-old village
    Archaeologists used a drone to peer through the dry New Mexican desert to find this hidden treasure. KRQE has more.
  • See Rosie O'Donnell's 50-lb. weight loss
    Rosie O'Donnell will be sporting a new look when she returns to "The View" in May.
  • Pilot parachutes before fiery crash
    Pilot Dan Marcotte parachuted out of his single-engine plane before it made a fiery crash on a Vermont interstate.
  • Easter egg hunt reveals dead body
    A Tennessee woman helping her son hunt for Easter eggs makes a startling discovery in her own backyard. WBIR reports.
  • Boxer Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter dies
    Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, the middleweight boxing contender who was wrongly convicted of a triple murder in New Jersey in the 1960s, has died in Toronto, according to Win Wahrer, the director of client services for the Association in Defense of the Wrongly Convicted.
  • Mysterious Ukraine fatal shooting
    Mystery surrounds a shooting incident on a country road in eastern Ukraine that left at least one person dead and ratcheted up tensions in the region, where pro-Russian groups have seized government buildings and set up roadblocks in defiance of authorities in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.
  • Malaysia plane turns back, lands safely
    Malaysia Airlines Flight 192, which was headed to Bangalore, India, has turned around and is returning to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the airline said Sunday on Twitter.
  • Easter celebrations around world
    Christians celebrated Easter around the world Sunday, but with reminders of violence and politics.
  • Flight 370 search area 'narrowed'
    The underwater drone scanning for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 finished its seventh mission Sunday, having covered about half its intended territory without finding any sign of the missing plane.
  • CNN reporter faces claustrophobia
    Martin Savidge describes his claustrophobia and recounts the difficulties of spending days in a deep-diving submersible.
  • Cost of undersea search
    A prolonged undersea search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 could cost nearly a quarter of a billion U.S. dollars if private companies are used, Australia's top transport official said Thursday.
  • Boy stumbles upon prehistoric find
    Mastodons -- elephant-like beasts that lumbered across North America more than 10,000 years ago -- are long extinct, but apparently it wasn't tooth decay that did them in.
  • Al Qaeda militants again targeted
    A suspected drone strike killed at least four al Qaeda militants Sunday in Yemen, officials said.
  • U.S. troops to train near Ukraine
    Pro-Russian separatists in the eastern Ukraine city of Donetsk dug in Friday despite an international deal aimed at being a key first step in resolving a crisis that has threatened to devolve into civil war.
  • Putin won't recall his troops
    CNN's Frederik Pleitgen and Jim Sciutto report on upcoming U.S. military exercises in Eastern Europe.
  • Puddy Cat at center of $450K fraud case
    A once fat cat is now almost broke, literally. Not the Wall Street-type, but the four-legged, furry variety.
  • Ellsberg: He's a hero
    Daniel Ellsberg tells CNN's Don Lemon that NSA leaker Edward Snowden showed courage, has done an enormous service.
  • Large sinkhole opens up
    A large 50-foot-deep sinkhole has opened up under two homes, threatening the stability of a Florida neighborhood.
  • 10 surprising facts about Las Vegas
    There's a lot about Vegas you might not know -- and we don't just mean magic tricks, personal secrets or those holes in the desert you see in gangster movies.
  • Photos: The Royals stop by the zoo ...
    Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge embark on a Royal Tour of New Zealand and Australia.
  • ... and Prince George steals the show
    Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the zoo in Sydney, Australia. CNN's Max Foster reports.
  • New portrait of the Queen released
    Here's a look at the life of Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and of her other Realms and Territories and Head of the Commonwealth of Nations.
  • What victim's mother did next is shocking
    The murderer was seconds from death, a noose around his neck. Then the mother of his victim walked up to the gallows. A photographer talks about what happened then.
  • 50 people turning 50 this year

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  • Judge erupts: 'I hope you die in prison'
    A convicted killer interrupts a relative of the victim during sentencing, prompting a Michigan judge to erupt in court.
  • Watch child grow from infant to 14
    Frans Hofmeester made a time-lapse video by filming his daughter every week, from birth until she turned 14 years old.
  • The cutest video you will watch today
    A 5-pound bear cub was dropped off in an animal carrier. The cub is estimated to be between 8 and 10 weeks old.
  • Saudi Arabia to build tallest building ever
    Work will likely start on the Kingdom Tower next week. When it's finished, it will stand 3,280 feet tall -- 558 feet taller than Dubai's Burj Khalifa.
  • Worst 'Wheel of Fortune' player ever?
    A contestant on "Wheel of Fortune" happens to be the luckiest spinner, but the worst guesser in the game show's history.
  • Did Jesus really rise from the dead?
    As Easter comes into view, the thoughts of billions of Christians turn to Jerusalem, to a sacred weekend that includes the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. Of course, people regard these events with various degrees of literalness. But Easter retains its power.
  • Meet Michaela
    Michaela Pereira on her background, her parents, and helping L.A.'s kids.
  • Police file raises questions about death
    In a handwritten note, Rebecca Sedwick listed "bad things" people called her, such as "ugly" and "outcast." She also listed "good things" including "pretty" and "nice." At the bottom of the page was the word "suicidal."
  • Photos that hit home
    Boston University student Sebastian Filgueira-Gomez observes a moment of silence in Boston on the one-year anniversary of the marathon bombings. Just one of the best photos of the week
  • Dragon blasts off to space station
    Belching smoke and fire, SpaceX's unmanned Dragon spacecraft successfully lifted off from Cape Canaveral. The International Space Station's robotic arm is scheduled to grab the space freighter Sunday morning
  • How much was bullying a factor in her suicide?
    The police file in the case of Rebecca Sedwick's suicide raises questions about whether she was bullied in the months before her death.
  • 10 things you didn't know about Las Vegas
    Maybe you think of the Rat Pack, showgirls, mobsters and martinis. Or perhaps it's bachelorettes and bros on a bender. But there's much more to the city.
  • 9 people dead in Mount Everest avalanche
    A group of about 50 people, mostly Nepali Sherpas, were hit by the avalanche at more than 20,000 feet, according an official. The avalanche took place just above base camp in the Khumbu Ice Fall.
  • Salsa legend killed in car wreck
    Jose Luis "Cheo" Feliciano, a giant of salsa music, a crooner with one of the most recognizable and imitated voices in Latin music and a Puerto Rican legend, died in a car crash in San Juan, police said. He was 78.
  • Arrest made in Kansas City road shootings
    Local and federal authorities have been trying to find out who is behind some 20 shootings on major highways and roads around the city since March 8. Three people have been wounded.
  • What victim's mother did next is shocking
    The murderer was seconds from death, a noose around his neck. Then the mother of his victim climbed up on the gallows. A photographer talks about what happened then.
  • In blast-shattered town, a 'new normal' emerges
    One year ago, death and devastation came to the town of West, Texas, when a fertilizer plant exploded. Today the town is more united than ever.
  • Master Easter egg makers
    French fashion designers don't hold a monopoly on haute.
  • Easter Bunny
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  • Holy Week
    Christians around the world observe Holy Week to mark the last week of Lent and the beginning of Easter celebrations.
  • Chocolate eggs
    CNN picks a fine assortment of chocolate eggs
  • When Jesus came to Hollywood

  • 'I was suffocating'
    Kristi Anne Raspperry has taken on a parental role in her family because of her stepfather's struggle with PTSD.
  • I don't think I protected my kids
    Heather Moates describes her family's life as "day-to-day" since her husband was diagnosed with PTSD.
  • War's true toll
    22 veterans kill themselves each day. Another group is also coping with suicide: Military spouses, siblings and parents.
  • Cannabis lovers flock to Denver
    Tens of thousands of visitors are in Denver to mark 420, a date that's emerged as a holiday among those steeped in cannabis culture.
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  • This is your body on weed
    Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how marijuana affects the brain and how pot can be used to treat certain conditions.
  • Weed and a tale of two cities
    Through a bit of calendrical coincidence, Easter Sunday this year falls on April 20. That's unfortunate because April 20 has become, through no fault of its own, the highest and holiest day of the pot smoker's year.
  • My family vacation with weed
    I have always romanticized the family ski vacation -- that's before I actually started skiing with my own children. What no one warns you about is that skiing with young kids can suck the relaxation right out of you.
  • South Korean ferry
    Body after body from a capsized South Korean ferry came ashore Sunday morning, a solemn process pierced by the deafening screams and cries from the passengers' families.
  • Flight 370
    The underwater drone scanning for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 finished its seventh mission Sunday, having covered about half its intended territory without finding any sign of the missing plane.
  • Ukraine
    Two days after an international pact was brokered with the stated goal of easing tensions in Ukraine, the major players met again in Kiev to hash out plans to push it along, but ended their meeting offering little indication of progress.
  • Mastodon tooth
    Mastodons -- elephant-like beasts that lumbered across North America more than 10,000 years ago -- are long extinct, but apparently it wasn't tooth decay that did them in.
  • Mount Everest
    Another Sherpa guide has died in Friday's Mount Everest avalanche, bringing the death toll to 13, a Nepalese government official said Saturday.
  • Rosie O'Donnell
    Rosie O'Donnell will be sporting a new look when she returns to "The View" in May.
  • Prom
    For Holly Manson, a mom of three teens in Oakland, Maine, one simple saying has made the difference between absolute dread during prom season and actually welcoming the rite of passage.
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    Miley Cyrus could be in celebrity sick bay for another three weeks because of an "extreme allergic reaction" to an antibiotic, her representative said Thursday.
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Travel

  • 6 ways to experience Punjab
    From temples so gold they'll make your eyes water, to food you'll be longing for days after it hits your lips, Punjab is India at its colorful, lively best.
  • What shocked Bourdain in Punjab
    Find out what Anthony Bourdain had to say about his recent trip to India. Tune in to Parts Unknown Sunday 9pm EST
  • 'Fantastically luxurious' in Vegas
    Truffles and caviar and foie gras! Oh my! Tony enjoys the spoils of one of the villas at Caesar's Palace. Sun. 9p ET/PT.
  • Experiencing Native America
    Modern American Indian culture is thriving in galleries, powwows, film festivals and restaurants. Here are some of the best places in the United States to experience Native America.
  • 50 states, 50 spots to visit
    The coasts get all the glory in the United States, but there's something fun to do in each and every state. Yes, every state. Check out our gallery of travel suggestions for 2014 and share your own.
  • 15 best U.S. spots for kids
    The 15 best attractions for kids all have something in common: they're fun for adults, too. The top 15 were announced Tuesday as part of Gogobot's Travelers' Favorites awards. See if your favorites were included.
  • The world's longest bridges
    No river is too wide for the incredible feats of engineering that are the world's longest bridges. Would you dare to drive or hike across these gorgeous human-made and natural bridges?
  • 10 record-setting natural wonders
    The natural wonders of the United States are beckoning to us as the country thaws out. Tallest, highest, hottest: Here are 10 record-setting sites.
  • Blood Falls and more natural oddities
    Earth never stops surprising us. Every corner of the planet offers some sort of natural peculiarity with an explanation that makes us wish we'd studied harder in junior high Earth science class. Here are some favorites.
  • Never a typical night for police
    Officer Jeanet Franklin works the shift from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. at Atlanta's airport, where there's never a dull moment.
  • A K-9 officer's duty
    TSA canine handler Quatian Allen and her companion officer, Zera, scratch and sniff their way to a secure airport.
  • Ireland
    Kevin Kane's love affair with Ireland began in 2000, when he and his then-fiancee piggybacked on a trip with his brothers and their wives.
  • Beaches
    They're almost unbelievable. Impossible blues, electric greens, depths as clear as glass -- all bathed in blinding sunshine.
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  • Dream trips
    Imagine kicking back on a private island in the Bahamas where the staff caters to your every whim.
  • Penguins
    Hankering to see some happy feet? Antarctica is far from your only option.
  • Otherworldly places
    We can't visit Mars (yet), but our own planet's unique terrain presents plenty of landscapes with an out-of-this-world feel. Check out iReporters' otherworldly photos, which cover a lot of ground on Earth.
  • Nice, France
    Nice, France, draws celebrities and tourists from all over the world -- for good reason. Check out iReporters' snapshots to see why.
  • Summer trips
    We can't take every summer vacation we'd like to take, but CNN iReporters can certainly take us to some of those places. Here, iReporters share some of their summer travels and photos, which cover a lot of terrain.
  • Virgin Islands
    The British and U.S. Virgin Islands offer crystal blue waters and beautifully serene escapes. iReporters shared their photos with us.
  • Paris
    As Valentine's Day approaches, we explore all of Paris' glittering allure through the beautiful photos submitted by our iReporters.
  • Autumn color
    Mark Collier grew up in the mountains of Vermont. Every autumn, he would see an influx of tourists flood his state to get a glimpse of the brilliant fall leaves. He didn't get what the big deal was, but he understands now.
  • London landmarks
    London is brimming with historic and iconic sights that create perfect picture postcards. iReporters take us on their own personal tour of London's best with their photos.
  • Morocco

  • 10 things you didn't know about Vegas
    Not many cities evoke as many instant associations as Las Vegas. It's a town whose story has been told thousands of times, but there's much more to the city than just sin.
  • National parks free this weekend
    Looking for something free to do this weekend? Check out a national park.
  • Africa's most luxurious safaris
    Spotting big beasts in Africa needn't involve roughing it. At these luxury camps, hot showers and clean toilets are as easy to find as big game.
  • 5 endangered sites worth saving
    Endangered cultural sites are the stars of the annual International Day for Monuments and Sites -- more commonly known as World Heritage Day -- on April 18.
  • Loving Chicago, despite it all
    Despite its long list of wrongs, Chicago's residents say there's still a lot that's right with the city.
  • Libraries are dying? Think again
    Temples to the printed word still draw devotees despite an increasingly digital world. Check out 27 fascinating libraries in honor of National Library Week.
  • World travelers' top 25 destinations
    A quarter of the year has flown by, and it's time to plan a vacation. TripAdvisor's list of top destinations should help.
  • 50 ways to be a daredevil
    These life-affirming activities will get that toeing-the-cliff-edge buzz shooting through your body. So will the sharks and crocs.
  • Beaches that will make you drool
    They're almost unbelievable. Impossible blues, electric greens, depths as clear as glass -- all bathed in blinding sunshine.
  • 10 record-setting natural wonders
    The natural wonders of the United States are beckoning to us as the country thaws out. Tallest, highest, hottest: Here are 10 record-setting sites.
  • Coolest underground wonders
    Man-made or natural, incredible underground attractions exist right beneath your feet.
  • In defense of all-inclusives
    We see your nose turning up at the notion of booking an all-inclusive resort in Mexico or Jamaica or the Bahamas. Don't rule it out so quickly.
  • 5 endangered sites worth saving
    Endangered cultural sites are the stars of the annual International Day for Monuments and Sites -- more commonly known as World Heritage Day -- on April 18.
  • Loving Chicago, despite it all
    Despite its long list of wrongs, Chicago's residents say there's still a lot that's right with the city.
  • World's best Easter egg hunts
    Searching living rooms and stair closets wears thin after five or ten times. There are more adventurous egg trails out there.
  • How much sin can Bourdain take?
    Las Vegas is more than a place where people come to act their worst. Anthony Bourdain gets the local scoop.
  • 10 things to know about Vegas
    Not many cities evoke as many instant associations as Las Vegas. It's a town whose story has been told thousands of times, but there's much more to the city than just sin.
  • MH370: Underwater drone scans ocean floor for 5th time
    An underwater drone dipped into the ocean Friday for its fifth trip to search for traces of the missing Malaysian plane as relatives of those aboard maintained their demand for answers.
  • Where and what is Jeju Island?
    The ferry that capsized on April 16 off the coast of South Korea was headed to Jeju Island, the country's biggest island and one of South Korea's nine provinces.
  • Avalanche kills 12 on Mount Everest
    A high-altitude avalanche Friday killed 12 Sherpa guides and seriously wounded three in the single deadliest accident on Mount Everest, officials said.
  • Saudi Arabia to build tallest building ever
    Work will likely start on the Kingdom Tower next week. When it's finished, it will stand 3,280 feet tall -- 558 feet taller than Dubai's Burj Khalifa.
  • Best Easter egg hunts around the world
    Searching living rooms and stair closets wears thin after five or ten times. There are more adventurous egg trails out there.
  • Milan: 7 things to know before you go
    You could be forgiven for thinking that Italy's second city is all about fashion and finance.
  • This plane 'flies forever' without a drop of fuel
    Flight pioneers Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg have unveiled a sun-powered plane that will attempt the first round-the-world solar flight.
  • The world's longest bridges
    No river is too wide for the incredible feats of engineering that are the world's longest bridges. Would you dare to drive or hike across these gorgeous human-made and natural bridges?
  • Travel photos we wish we'd taken
    Each day, CNN producers select a user-submitted photo to be our Travel Photo of the Day. Click through the gallery above to see stunning shots from around the world, and be sure to come back every day for a new image. Have a gorgeous travel photo of your own to share? Submit it for the gallery at CNN iReport!
  • 8 irresistible indoor hotel pools
    When it comes to hotel pools, striking décor, luxury amenities and stunning settings mean many indoor swimming holes can now challenge even the most glamorous outdoor pools.
  • 9 intriguing hotel traditions
    Lots of hotels have traditions. But the rituals at the U.S. lodgings we've listed here stand out above the crowd in our book, for either their quirkiness or sheer longevity. We think you'll want to join in on the fun.
  • 15 hidden ski resorts
    The best known winter sports resorts have become that for a reason. Here are the young upstarts hoping to become the Whistlers and Aspens of tomorrow.
  • Best affordable island hotels
    These island hotels make it a breeze to indulge in a beach vacation—without blowing your travel budget.
  • 8 great Caribbean hotel perks
    The Caribbean is a big place.
  • 7 cool industrial-chic hotels
    From humble to high-design, 7 converted buildings that breathe new life into the old. These are places to check out in the new year.
  • Sleeping with the fish
    Cool Swedish-designed room has three levels of incredible views
  • 8 elegant U.S. mansion hotels
    Ever dreamed of living in a grand house with 30-foot ceilings, a fireplace in every room and a backyard so big you need a map to find your way around? For the cost of a night's stay you can.
  • Gatsby glam: 8 grand estates
    Take a heady trip back to Jazz Age opulence with a photo tour of Long Island's Gold Coast, a wealthy retreat near New York City where F. Scott Fitzgerald set "The Great Gatsby."
  • 'Downton' in America: 6 big estates
    Few of us can imagine living the opulent "Downton Abbey" lives of the fictional Crawley family at the turn of the 20th century.
  • Area 51 spy jet pilots talk
    An Area 51 spy jet mistaken for a UFO, a little-known story of historic airmanship and an inspiring flight to freedom: Check out these three aviation gems at Ohio's National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.
  • Jets born in mammoth building
    Sprawled out before us sits the world's biggest building by volume. They make airliners here. Big ones. Go behind the scenes to see what they're building.
  • Spruce Goose's bizarre story
    One of the biggest planes in the world hits a money snag. Here's the inside story of the amazingly bizarre "Spruce Goose."
  • Libraries are dying? Think again
    Temples to the printed word still draw devotees despite an increasingly digital world. Check out 27 fascinating libraries in honor of National Library Week.
  • Inside the wave: Aquatic pics
    Kenji Croman has broken bones, dislocated his shoulder and elbow, endured concussions and nearly drowned several times.
  • Loving Chicago, despite it all
    Despite its long list of wrongs, Chicago's residents say there's still a lot that's right with the city.
  • Winter blues about to turn pink
    Our winter blues are about to turn pink! This year's National Cherry Blossom Festival starts in Washington on Thursday. The annual event attracts more than a million people from across the country and abroad. The festival is starting on the first day of spring, as always, but peak bloom is predicted to be later this season because of the brutal winter in the D.C. area.
  • Picture perfect Northern lights
    iReporter Malcolm Park captures the beauty of the northern lights in time lapse over Ontario, Canada.
  • Travel Photo of the Day
    Each day, CNN producers select a user-submitted photo to be our Travel Photo of the Day. Click through the gallery above to see stunning shots from around the world, and be sure to come back every day for a new image. Have a gorgeous travel photo of your own to share? Submit it for the gallery at CNN iReport!
  • 11 best ways to experience Hawaii
    Who doesn't imagine packing up and relocating to America's tropical wonderland? Before you flee the mainland, try to experience the islands like a true Hawaiian to see whether you have what it takes to handle all that paradise.
  • Scotland's most spectacular castles
    In the best fairy tales, there is always a castle: tall turrets, an intimidating moat and a breathtaking view. In Scotland, those imposing castles overlook deep lochs and tower over cities.
  • Harry Potter's new park
    A fire-breathing dragon, self-stirring cauldrons and dancing skeletons. These are the things Muggle dreams are made of.
  • 10 trips to change a kid's life
    Want to spot dolphins in Florida, peer over the edge of the Grand Canyon or dig for bits of history near an Irish castle? These are all trips that can change the way your child (and maybe you) see the world.
  • Amsterdam: What's legal?
    You may have noticed an interesting reaction when you tell people you're traveling to Amsterdam -- that curious look, that knowing half-smile. "Amsterdam," they say with a mischievous grin, "lucky you!"
  • Five spectacular art fair cities
    If you're of the opinion that the only thing better than viewing great art is owning it, put these destinations on your travel itinerary.
  • World's 7 most remote islands
    Leave the snorkels and beach towels at home if you dare visit these forbidding islands.
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