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Stories with subject: Travel laws and regulations
  • DC stop of Pope Francis trip includes White House, Congress 
    Updated: Jun-30-15 4:56 pm

    WASHINGTON - Pope Francis will spend 48 hours in Washington during a September visit, stopping at both the White House and Congress on his first trip to the United States as pope, the Vatican announced Tuesday.

  • Liberians still face travel headaches even after Ebola 
    Updated: Jun-19-15 1:05 pm

    DAKAR, Senegal - Robtel Neajai Pailey hadn't been back home to Liberia since Ebola engulfed the country's capital in July, fearful that doing so could make it harder for her to travel as countries around the globe clamped down on visitors with West African passports.

  • Liberians still face travel headaches even after Ebola 
    Updated: Jun-19-15 10:14 am

    DAKAR, Senegal - Robtel Neajai Pailey hadn't been back home to Liberia since Ebola engulfed the country's capital in July, fearful that doing so could make it harder for her to travel as countries around the globe clamped down on visitors with West African passports.

  • Diver's dream: Cuba's pristine and protected coral reefs 
    Updated: Jun-18-15 9:59 am

    MARIA LA GORDA, Cuba - The coral reefs and gin-clear waters off the coast of Cuba offer some of the best diving in the Caribbean and some of the best-preserved reefs on earth.

  • Diver's dream: Cuba's pristine and protected coral reefs 
    Updated: Jun-18-15 9:57 am

    MARIA LA GORDA, Cuba - The coral reefs and gin-clear waters off the coast of Cuba offer some of the best diving in the Caribbean and some of the best-preserved reefs on earth.

  • Officials: Pope pilgrims should plan to walk in Philadelphia 
    Updated: Jun-16-15 10:21 pm

    PHILADELPHIA - Pilgrims heading to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis will face many travel restrictions in the city and need to start looking at transportation options now - and should anticipate walking about two miles a day, officials said Tuesday.

  • Officials: Pope pilgrims should plan to walk in Philadelphia 
    Updated: Jun-16-15 4:28 pm

    PHILADELPHIA - Pilgrims heading to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis will face many travel restrictions in the city and need to start looking at transportation options now - and should anticipate walking about two miles a day, officials said Tuesday.

  • Thousands converge on Indianapolis for annual LGBT parade 
    Updated: Jun-13-15 5:08 pm

    INDIANAPOLIS - Tens of thousands of people converged Saturday on Indianapolis for an annual parade celebrating the lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender community only months after a stinging debate over Indiana's new religious objections law.

  • San Francisco holds off on plan to limit vacation rentals 
    Updated: Jun-10-15 10:00 am

    SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco supervisors tabled further attempts to regulate home-shares on Tuesday, despite calls from some members to vote on a plan to limit short-term vacation rentals to 60 days a year.

  • UN experts: No country reports Iran arms embargo violation 
    Updated: Jun-09-15 8:02 pm

    UNITED NATIONS - U.N. experts said in a report circulated Tuesday that not a single country has reported any violations of an arms embargo against Iran, possibly the result of a political decision to avoid any "negative impact" on negotiations to rein in Tehran's nuclear program.

  • Supreme Court strikes down 'born in Jerusalem' passport law story has photos
    Updated: Jun-08-15 2:09 pm

    WASHINGTON - Siding with the White House in a foreign-policy power struggle with Congress, the Supreme Court ruled Monday that Americans born in the disputed city of Jerusalem can't list Israel as their birthplace on passports.

  • Republican-led House votes against easing travel to Cuba 
    Updated: Jun-04-15 9:06 pm

    WASHINGTON - House Republicans voted Thursday to keep restrictions on Americans seeking to travel to Cuba, a setback to Obama administration efforts to ease the five-decade Cold War standoff.

  • GOP-led House votes to keep restrictions on travel to Cuba 
    Updated: Jun-04-15 2:21 pm

    WASHINGTON - House Republicans voted Thursday to keep restrictions on Americans seeking to travel to Cuba, a setback to Obama administration efforts to ease the five-decade Cold War standoff.

  • Pence's letter to LGBT festival letter draws criticism 
    Updated: Jun-03-15 5:08 pm

    INDIANAPOLIS - A letter from Gov. Mike Pence welcoming visitors to Indianapolis' upcoming Circle City IN Pride Festival is drawing criticism from both the state Democratic Party chairman and a conservative group, who are unhappy for different reasons with the governor's greeting to gays, lesbians and others.