The summer travel season is already booming for some places. From hotels and home rentals to flights, car rentals and campsites, here's what's being booked.
Some cities are offering up to $16,000 in cash incentives for people to move there, according to MakeMyMove.com.
First it was Barbados and Estonia, now it’s the Bahamas, Croatia, Dubai and Madeira. See the newest places where digital nomads can live and work abroad.
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CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports from Florida as Americans head to the polls.
There's no evidence that child-care facilities were a significant contributor to Covid-19 transmission among adults in May and June.
Joe Biden's plan to win over Hispanic voters includes microtargeted campaign ads and a new recovery plan for Puerto Rico.
Coke's restructuring plan comes as the company streamlines its drink portfolio to focus on larger and more popular brands.
Hundreds of voters were turned away from shuttered centers that for unknown reasons received ballots several hours late or never received them at all.
Countries around the world are opening their borders to international travelers this summer. Here's where you can go now and what's scheduled to open before August.
U.S. stock futures are little changed following a late-day comeback from early losses spurred by renewed Mideast tensions.
A shallow earthquake of magnitude 6.5 struck just off Puerto Rico early on Tuesday, triggering a small tsunami.
Tropical storm Karen hit the northeastern Caribbean with heavy rains, causing flooding in Puerto Rico and nearby islands. The storm hit Puerto Rico hours after the island was shaken by a 6.0 magnitude earthquake.
A long-awaited plan to restructure Puerto Rico's core government debt will finally be filed in court later this month, an attorney for the bankrupt U.S. commonwealth's federally created financial oversight board told a federal judge on Wednesday.
The precedent the ACLU is seeking to overturn was established in a series of early 20th century disputes known as the "Insular Cases."
Florida's governor on Friday urged residents in the state to stock up on at least a week's worth of food, water and medicine and to prepare to lose power and cellphone service for days after Hurricane Dorian makes landfall early next week.
Dorian is expected to grow into a potentially devastating Category 3 hurricane before hitting the U.S. mainland late Sunday or early Monday somewhere between the Florida Keys and southern Georgia.
President Trump criticized Puerto Rico on Wednesday as Tropical Storm Dorian threatened to descend on the island.
Puerto Rico is preparing itself for Tropical Storm Dorian, which is projected to hit the island by Wednesday afternoon. The storm has the potential to grow into a Category 1 hurricane and could hit Southeastern Florida by Sunday morning.
Tropical Storm Dorian threatened Puerto Rico with a direct hit at near-hurricane force on Wednesday and forecasters said it could strengthen further as it approaches the U.S. mainland.