Travel searches are surging, and bookings aren't far behind. But it isn't happening uniformly across continents. Here's who is booking and where they're going.
While the geothermal industry in the U.K. is nascent, it is more developed elsewhere.
The U.S. is now reporting an average of more than 120,000 new Covid-19 cases a day. Cases are also rising at a faster pace, with a roughly 33 percent jump in the seven-day average over the past week, according to a CNBC analysis of data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
The United States topped 10 million Covid cases Monday as global cases surpassed 50 million. The 10 million number was reached just 10 days after the U.S. reached 9 million. As cases surge across the country, more states are instituting measures to curb outbreaks, including closures, curfews and bans.
Storing fuel in salt caverns isn't a new, but hydrogen's growing role in decarbonization has revitalized interest in the concept.
With many families working and studying at home, “schoolcations” are enticing travelers with promises of tutoring, round-the-clock tech help and after-school activities that are more fun than what's available back home.
Nikola founder Trevor Milton has been formally accused of sexual abuse by two women who told police he touched them when they were 15.
“It is important to look at what it is about where you live that can affect your well-being.”
Pet adoptions are soaring during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the travel industry has taken notice. To entice travelers, hotels are rolling out packages that pamper pets as much as their owners.
Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Utah were the first states to apply and be approved for an extra $300 a week in federal unemployment benefits.
The Covid-19 pandemic has dealt a body blow to the states. Not only did the economy shut down, but states are dealing with the massive costs of fighting the disease. CNBC's Scott Cohn takes a look at how state economies are faring amid the crisis.
Over 45,000 people have signed up for Utah's contact tracing app, Healthy Together, since it was released in late April, representing about 2% of Utah's population, the app's developers told CNBC.
A coronavirus relief fund for Native American communities, which has raised over $2.5 million so far, has seen an influx of Irish donors, looking to reciprocate the aid given to Ireland during its potato famine of the 1840s.
Utah is known for winter skiing, but upscale resorts — with wellness spas, health menus and national parks at their doorsteps — are attracting all sorts of travelers in the off-season.
Home Depot and other retailers have seen an increase of theft at their stores. This is not shoplifting, it's a bigger problem.
"In my view, it's time for me to stay silent on impeachment until the process is complete," the Utah Republican senator says.
CNBC picks out some of the best places with ghoulish histories and scary stories to guarantee any visitor a terrible night's sleep this Halloween.
The ranch sits on over 200,000 acres of land in northern Utah.
As America's population ages and demand outpaces supply, a physician shortage will intensify.
Huntsman's decision to leave the post comes as Trump has faced relentless criticism for U.S. relations with Russia during his administration.