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Frequent Flier: A Wayward Tablet Shares a Seat Pocket With a Guardian Angel
A lost tablet finds its way back to its worried owner thanks to the founder of a pharmaceutical-naming agency and, maybe, some divine intervention.
Itineraries: Love Field Flight Limits End, and Passengers Cheer
Because some identical or similar routes are now offered at Love and Dallas-Forth Worth International, travelers have a rare blessing: options.
On the Road: For Travel Pros, Ebola Fears Create Teaching Moments
The effects in the business travel industry have been negligible so far, but concerns are growing.
T Magazine: A New Short Film, Starring James Franco, From the Artist Daniel Arsham
Premiering exclusively here, the new collaboration between the two talents depicts the end of the world as they know it.
In Transit Blog: Walkabout: Ebola Stokes Fears Among Travelers; Picasso Museum in Paris Reopens
A weekly capsule of travel news curated by our writers and editors.
T Magazine: An Intoxicating Chilean Getaway
Alex and Carrie Vik ? husband-and-wife art collectors, wine lovers and hoteliers ? are branching out into the mountainous region of Millahue.
T Magazine: Jewelry, Out of the Blue
Turquoise jewelry gets a luxurious upgrade.
Historic Loss May Follow Rise of Rents in Barcelona
After 20 years? warning of an impending rent increase, there is 11th-hour resistance to small shops? being pushed from historic districts by an inundation of international brands.
In Transit Blog: Pas de Rooms
With a goal of enhancing service at its hotels, JW Marriott has developed a new employee training program with the Joffrey Ballet in New York.
Experts Oppose Ebola Travel Ban, Saying It Would Cut Off Worst-Hit Countries
Health specialists said a travel ban would do more harm than good because it would isolate impoverished nations that are barely able to cope with the Ebola outbreak.