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Missing jobs data: Economists make best guess

Economists estimate the jobs report that wasn't would have shown employers added 175,000 jobs last month compared with 169,000 in August.<p>Today, for the first time in 17 years, Washington's most closely followed economic statistics didn't get out on schedule.<p>But if the government shutdown hadn't …

15 Ways to Rock ‘Made in the USA’

Rocking entirely red, white and blue looks might only be appropriate for July 4th celebrations, Labor Day barbeques, and America themed parties, but wearing American-made never goes out of style. Since we love all things homemade at Brit + Co., we decided to put together a list of our favorite …

California's other wine countries

Everybody knows the justifiably famous Napa and Sonoma Valleys. If you're looking to take the next step, venture into California’s less-famous wine regions, where family-owned wineries welcome novices and experts alike, and tasting fees are low to non-existent. Most of these well-hidden wine …

Why Travel Booking Sites Are Still Pushing Pop-Under Ads

Booking Buddy, which is now owned by TripAdvisor, pioneered pop-under ads in travel, and for travel websites and their online travel agency and hotel …

Mountain biking Peru: 3 rides in and around Cuzco

When I asked him about the trail below, my mountain bike guide and new riding partner in Cuzco, Juan Carlos, told me, “Hay perros ahí abajo, no les …

Pitch-Perfect Museums

From Nashville to Stockholm, museums are paying tribute to local music legends through interactive exhibitions and rare memorabilia.<p><b>Here are four groupie-pleasing galleries and what they have on tap this fall:</b><p><b>1.</b> “Man in Black” pilgrims have a new mecca: Nashville’s <b>Johnny Cash Museum</b> (20 miles from …

How to travel around the world in 80 days

In Jules Verne's classic adventure novel, Phileas Fogg had a devil of a time trying to travel around the world in 80 days. But in the 21st century, circumnavigating the globe has become a bit of a breeze: all you need is a round-the-world (RTW) ticket. In fact, a dedicated (if masochistic) …

How to Own Your Next Family Road Trip

Image by: Flickr/lowjumpingfrog<p>Road trips: In theory, you picture yourself, your significant other and your kids all singing <i>Life is a Highway</i> with the windows rolled down, taking pleasure in each other's company and the thrill of the journey and destination ahead. In reality... there's probably a …

Finding Art, Music And Comfort In Amsterdam

It had been more than eight years since Jackie and I were in Amsterdam. Our previous trip, in 2005, was great fun, but it would have been even better if the Rijksmuseum hadn't been under wraps for a lengthy renovation that came to an end only this year. Once the much-reconfigured museum had …

Iceland -- Meet in the Middle

"Meet in the Middle!" That's Iceland's slogan for promoting conventions. Geologically, it literally is the meeting point for Europe and North America -- as this is where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates do the bump. Reykjavik is technically part of America, the eastern half of the …

The best beaches in Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s miles of Pacific and Caribbean coastlines are a beach lover’s dream. Whether you body surf, soak up the rays or dance in the sand, there is a space for you.<p>The 1,016km of Pacific coastline in Costa Rica is infinitely varied as it twists and turns around gulfs, peninsulas and many small …

The One Thing That Nearly All Air Travelers Agree On

Are you one of those people who presses the seat-recline button the second the airplane reaches cruising altitude?<p>If so, chances are the person sitting behind you is really peeved.<p>Travel website Skyscanner polled 1,000 travelers and found that 91 percent of fliers would like to see reclining seats</i> …

America’s hypocrisy on drugs marches on: The molly debate

Last month, two “molly”-related deaths at New York’s Electric Zoo dance festival sprung open the floodgates of hypocrisy and misinformation. Certain …

Africa’s wildlife in the raw

Ethiopia may not have the luxury safari lodges of its southern neighbours, but wildlife viewing here is an unbridled adventure that is big on nature and short on flashy tours.<p>Think of an East African wilderness adventure, and Kenya and Tanzania often spring to mind. Ethiopia – with its hidden cliff …

How to get f*cked up on your travels

FOR SOME PEOPLE THERE’S NO REAL CHALLENGE to getting fucked up. They don’t have to divide themselves. They just flow with the rest of the hostel …

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Sequoia Capital Invests Big in Skyscanner and Values It At $800 Million

Metasearch is the fastest-growing sector and it just got a little hotter as venture fund Sequoia Capital invested in Scotland-based Skyscanner, and …

Fall in Love: Romantic Dates Near San Francisco

As the weather cools and we stand a little closer, there's no denying that autumn is the season when summer flings fall in love. It's time to break out that new wardrobe and hit the town (and country) with one of these <b>romantic dates near San Francisco.</b><p><b>Sweep Her off Her Feet</b><p>An autumn bike ride has …

The World's Most Dramatic Coastlines

Summer has officially drawn to a close, and the sunny days of sprawling on the sand are numbered. For fans of the coast, though, the end of summer doesn't necessarily mean the end of beach trips. The world is still full of spectacular coastlines to explore, many of which are more famous for their …

Long-term travel: top tips for a fulfilling trip

Most of us have fantasised about ditching the daily grind of the office job and domestic duties for a one-way ticket to happiness. Now more people are taking action in striving for a more meaningful existence, and travel is at the top of the list.<p>The ease of leveraging digital technology is giving …

These Bizarre German Hostel Rooms Are Made From Camping Trailers

Depending on how you look at it, this could be the weirdest or the coolest thing ever.<p>Built inside a former warehouse in Bonn, Germany, the hostel features 15 caravans, two night sleepers, and two Airstreams on the site of its "indoor campground."<p>Prices range from $32 to $101 per night, according …

Your Guide to Cocktails in London

<i>Cocktail from Richard Woods</i><p>London is known for having the best pubs in the world, but don't overlook the cocktails here. They range from experimental and refined to classic and refreshing. Here are Find. Eat. Drink.'s suggestions for a few London cocktail bars worth visiting.<p>Photo: Duck & …

Your Weekly Travel Zen: Hawaii

HuffPost's newest addition, HuffPost Hawaii, was launched earlier this month. As September comes to a close, we're celebrating Hawaii as this week's <i>Moment of Travel Zen</i>. Of the 50th state, HuffPost Hawaii Editor Chloe Fox says:<p>Hawaii is physically stunning -- that’s no surprise. But the most …

8 Things Not to Miss in Istanbul

Rome may be The Eternal City, but Istanbul can make a pretty good case for immortality too. The cities are about the same age, both over two-and-a-half millennia, and for much of that time the larger, wealthier, and more influential of the two was not the one in Italy. In fact Istanbul, known as …

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