Vegas no longer just a gambling hotspot

"Las Vegas has long been known to evolve to make sure that we have something for everyone".

Gambling, once the mainstay of Las Vegas, is slowly taking a back seat to other entertainment in Sin City.

All that glitters isn't gold

Venice Beach, one of the few spots in car-choked Los Angeles with a vibrant street life, has been a cultural melting pot for more than half a century, welcoming everyone from hippies and homeless wanderers to the latest generation of tech executives. .

For some LA is a place of shattered dreams, broken promises and extreme poverty.

20 reasons to take the world's longest flight

The 52-foot-tall towering mascot has been welcoming visitors to the State Fair for 60 years.

The longest non-stop flight in the world brings you to Dallas-Fort Worth. Here's what to do once you get there.

The US' most popular city is...

Aerial View of Lake Eola in Orlando, Florida

It's not San Fran. Not even New York. Its pull is all about fantasy ...

Grunge ground zero: Two decades on

Kurt Cobain, frontman for grunge rock group Nirvana, who died in April, 1994.

Two decades on from the grunge revolution Seattle - the home of Sub Pop and Kurt Cobain - offers plenty more than its place in rock history.

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