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  • What to know
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    Alan Gross was in a Cuban prison Tuesday morning when his attorney, Scott Gilbert, phoned to say Gross would soon be released.
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  • Pope's role
    Pope Francis -- the Catholic Church's first Latin American pontiff -- rang in his birthday Wednesday with a major geopolitical wish granted: the end of a half-century of frozen relations between the United States and Cuba.
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    Church bells rang out Wednesday afternoon in Havana, marking a major moment in history: Cuba and the United States are easing diplomatic relations.
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    Just 90 miles away, Cuba inevitably shares a long history with the United States, from conquistadors to the Spanish-American War to the Cold War.
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    More than half a century of hostility between the United States and Cuba has done nothing to diminish the island's love of America's national pastime.
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    As Pakistan started three days of national mourning Wednesday, horrifying details emerged on a massacre that left 145 people dead, most of them children.
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    Beyond reggae and track icons, there are many fascinating facets of Jamaica that make this island of just three million people stand out.
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    Bourdain seeks information in Paraguay about his great-great-great grandfather, who emigrated from France in the 1850s.
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    Provincetown is an oasis with the kind of light that inspires artists and writers, a town at the tip of Massachusetts' Cape Cod that celebrates the LGBT community.
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  • 12 best places to spend Christmas 2014
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    The locations where the atomic bomb was developed in secret could become one of seven new national park sites under Congressional legislation.
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  • 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.
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  • 16 gift ideas for foodies, travelers
    Foodies and travelers aren't necessarily the same species, so maybe it's unwise to lump them together in one gift guide.
  • 10 wacky U.S. restaurants
    Don't settle for another boring meal at another boring restaurant. Instead, visit one of these unique themed restaurants for an entertaining dining experience.
  • Could air travel be like this again?
    Remember when flying used to be romantic and glamorous? A new tourist attraction will send you back in time.
  • New York's best street food
    New York may be a paradise of Zagat-rated, Michelin-starred restaurants, but some of its best food can be found on the streets.
  • 10 destinations on the rise
    These may be 10 of the most popular destinations in the world soon, thanks to the TripAdvisor reviewers who are making them popular. See whether any are on your bucket list.
  • Falling in love with public transit
    You could call it a budding romance with the possibility of a long-lasting relationship. More Americans are riding public transportation. In fact, ridership is on track to top 2013, which was the highest since 1956.
  • 10 best destinations in 2015
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  • Atomic site as national park?
    The locations where the atomic bomb was developed in secret could become one of seven new national park sites under Congressional legislation due to be signed by President Barack Obama.
  • Turbulence on flight causes injuries
    An American Airlines plane en route from Seoul, Korea to Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas diverted to Narita, Japan, Tuesday after 15 people were reportedly injured by turbulence during the flight.
  • Executive's snack tantrum delays flight
    A Korean Air executive delayed a flight because of the way macadamia nuts were served by a flight attendant.
  • Historic thaw in U.S., Cuba standoff
    A political standoff that spanned five decades and 10 presidents began to crumble Wednesday with President Barack Obama's move to normalize relations with Cuba.
  • Americans are loving public transit
    More Americans are riding public transportation. In fact, ridership is on track to top 2013, which was the highest since 1956.
  • Turbulence injures passengers on American Airlines flight
    An American Airlines plane en route from Seoul, Korea to Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas diverted to Narita, Japan, Tuesday after 15 people were reportedly injured by turbulence during the flight.
  • Ultimate heli-ski, cattle ranching, bear tracking experience
    Looking for snow? This helicopter ski safari will fly you into the Coast Mountain range for the freshest untouched runs.
  • 'Botlers,' 'braggies' and the sharing economy: Travel in 2015
    If travel experts are right, we'll be wearing hotel keys, eating at local's homes and likely heading to Asia in 2015.
  • 6 ways to do Nepal without climbing mountains
    Yes, you can experience the mountains and culture of Nepal without crampons. Here's how.
  • Best places to dine with celebrities in the U.S.
    Even the most beautiful people have to eat some time. When they do, make sure you're there.
  • Ancient pharaoh statue rises again in Egypt
    A massive statue of Pharaoh Amenhotep III was toppled in an earthquake some 3,000 years ago.
  • Graceland to Greenwich: Elvis hits Europe
    It's one for the money or just for the show, three months to get ready. Neil Curry visits Europe's biggest Elvis exhibit.
  • 14 ridiculous hotel amenities
    Private pools, flat-screen TVs, mega liquor bottles.
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    When it comes to hotel pools, the indoor variety has long played second fiddle to their outdoor -- often rooftop -- counterparts. But these days, striking d├ęcor, luxury amenities and stunning settings mean many indoor swimming holes can now challenge even the most glamorous of outdoor pools.
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    As the new year approaches, many travelers are looking for inspiration on where to head in 2015.
  • 9 great new U.S. beach hotels
    Few travel pleasures match checking into a room few others have stayed in.
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  • World's splashiest hotel bathrooms
    Today's hotel bathrooms are more than the sum of their sinks and shower heads. They serve as ultimate sanctuaries, providing the comforts of home or transporting guests to another realm.
  • Volcano vs. Monster Truck in Iceland
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  • How to fly with the Thunderbirds
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  • Nature's most spectacular shows
    Fireworks are fantastic and human endeavor has its place, but sometimes Mother Nature outshines any performance we can produce.
  • Rides that will blow your hair back
    The human race is poised to enter a new era of transportation that would have seemed miraculous just a few generations ago.
  • A rail renaissance
    It's been 21 years, and John Moore still eagerly leans against his passenger window to watch the landscape pass by as the train he commutes on every day roars over the Moodna Viaduct in Cornwall, New York.
  • Libraries are dying? Think again
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  • 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.
  • 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!
  • 25 things we love about Berlin
    To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, we asked readers to share their favorite things about the city.
  • The China that defies steroetypes
    Blond hair, blue eyes, yak meat. Author David Eimer explores the Chinese ethnic minorities that defy stereotypes.
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    Sure, it's a great feeling when you randomly stumble on a fantastic new bar while you're out exploring a city.
  • Family trees: Journey into the past
    "This is the house?" my mom asks, turning around.
  • Delhi's must-try street eats
    With the sweltering summer bidding adieu and pleasant autumn temperatures setting in, now's the time to explore New Delhi.
  • 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.
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