U.S. Navy Sails Warship through Taiwan Strait 

China calls the action a provocation.  The United States Navy sailed the USS John Finn, a Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, through the Taiwan Strait this week. It is the…

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State Department Announces Passport Processing Returns to Normal

The 6-8 weeks timeline for routine service has been reattained after pandemic backlogs. The State Department announced that passport processing times have returned to their normal 6-8 week…

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Commerce Department Reports Outdoor Recreation Revenue

Record highs within the sector show a bounce-back after the COVID-19 pandemic. The outdoor recreation industry generated $1 trillion in gross domestic product (GDP) for America’s economy in…

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COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Ending for International Travelers

The mandate will lift at the end of the public health emergency this week. The White House announced that the administration will be ending the COVID-19 vaccination requirements…

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Commerce Secretary Appoints New Travel and Tourism Advisory Board

Over 30 tourism industry leaders will offer counsel to the department. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo appointed 32 new leaders to the Travel and Tourism Advisory Board this…

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Transportation Secretary Discusses Holiday Travel

He says there is still catching up to do in the transportation sector. On Monday, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg stated that air travel has improved since the massive…

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FAA Ends Minimum International Flight Waivers

Pandemic exceptions expire for airports in New York and Washington, D.C. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced this week that temporary waivers for international flight requirements are ending,…

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Travelers Continue to Fly as Air Fare Rises

Airfare has increased 38 percent. The cost of domestic air travel has risen by nearly 40 percent and demand is sending those prices higher. According to the head of…

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State Department Warns of China Travel

Says China could wrongfully detain American citizens.  The Department of State announced on Tuesday that travel to mainland China and Hong Kong was no longer safe for Americans.…

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CDC Drops General Quarantine Recommendation for Travelers

Cautions that exposure may still transmit coronavirus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently updated travel guidelines by removing the suggestion that international and interstate travelers quarantine…

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