Palo Duro is not a national park, and tourists tend to associate canyons with the southwest geography of Utah and Arizona, not Texas.
Donald Trump may be spending most of his days inside the frantic hurricane of the presidential campaign, but inside his new ...
People disguised themselves as the iconic Mexican skeleton figure known as La Catrina for a pre-Day of the Dead parade.
A year after visiting Puerto Vallarta, Alex Pulaski was eager to return. But this time, there would be no resorts. No swim-up bar.
A guide to indulging in the neighbourhood street food and eating local throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Chan Ming was on a shark-watching excursion off the Mexican coast when a great white broke into the metal cage protecting him.
With no outlet for all its melted snow, Crater Lake is the deepest body of water in the United States.
Kevin Ritchie feels as if he's a superstar in a blockbuster movie as he sinks his teeth into the Big Apple.
With the pound plummeting against the US dollar, it's wise to stay north of the border, says Simon Calder.
Driving Route 66 sounds so simple: Pick up the road in Chicago and follow it to Los Angeles. If only, writes Andrea Sachs.
The celebrated statue as not had a museum worthy of the name since 2001.
While Hurricane Matthew didn't ravage Florida's coast, it collapsed dunes, washing away sand that protected buildings and roads during storms.
Earthships appear in more than 20 countries, but the New Mexico community is the only site in the world that is available for sleepovers.
Take the ultimate American road trip in 2016 as Thelma & Louise and Route 66 celebrate landmark anniversaries.
Finding an activity that an adolescent boy would deign to do with his mother is a bit of a challenge. But Erica Rosenberg found the solution.