Marriott and Expedia announced Thursday they have signed a new multiyear agreement for the hotel chain’s listings to appear on Expedia’s travel website.

U.S. airlines tried to assure nervous travelers that their Boeing 737 MAX planes are safe after one flown by Ethiopian Airlines crashed.

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in favor of President Donald Trump’s September order to restrict travel from several majority Muslim countries to the United States. In the 5-4 opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts, the court found that Trump’s travel restriction fell “squarely” within the president’s authority. The court rejected claims that the ban …

Are you planning to travel this summer? Sharon Epperson joins us to keep you informed about the fraud tactics you may come across.

From Miami Beach to Los Angeles, local laws vary widely, but complaints about quality-of-life issues caused by illegal short-term rentals listed on vacation rental websites are similar.

Morgan Brennan gives us a look at the nation’s first privately funded passenger train.

U.S. politics and fewer travelers means more competition in the leisure industry for your travel dollar.

Despite a recently lifted travel advisory, there are signs of pain in Florida’s $90 billion travel industry.

The Riviera Maya in Mexico is the top destination for millennials this summer, according to travel site Virtuoso.

Imagine scanning your passport and face and then boarding an airplane without ever having to deal with a member of airport staff.

Uncle Sam may bring your overseas vacation plans to a screeching halt. A provision to the FAST Act — which was signed into law on Dec. 4 — lets the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department to ask the State Department to revoke someone’s passport if the person owes more than $50,000 in taxes. …

Hampton Pearson has the details of the State Department’s travel warning.

The terror attacks in Paris have millions re-thinking travel plans.

With the holiday season on the horizon, Expedia released its annual Airplane Etiquette Study and the findings are not in the least bit shocking. For the second year in a row, seat-kickers have earned the title of “most annoying airplane passenger,” with 61 percent of the 1,019 frequent fliers surveyed citing these passengers as their …

There’s more evidence that so-called ride-hailing services are gaining ground against traditional taxis. Thirty-one percent of business travelers now use Uber for ground transportation, topping taxi trips every month since April, a study said Thursday. Just 22 percent of business trippers use taxis when hailing rides, down from 37 percent in the first quarter of …