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Travel Tips: Readers' air, cruise and hotel secrets (USA Today)
Each week USA TODAY taps our traveling audience for the their best advice on air travel, cruising and hotels. Leave a tip or take a tip it could be run in an upcoming issue of USA TODAY.
NASA Studies Shuttle Program Extension, Fall Launch Delay (SPACE.com via Yahoo! News)
NASA is taking a look at what might be required to postpone the retirement of its three space shuttles until their Orion capsule replacement begins operational flight in 2015, but only as a preparatory measure for Congress and the incoming president, agency officials said Friday.
Gustav aims for Grand Cayman, Cuba; Gulf Coast prepares (USA Today)
Gulf Coast communities prepared for the worst Tuesday as Gustav threatened to become the first major hurricane to test the region since its pounding by Katrina in 2005.
Rome travel (Newsday)
The best things in Rome are no longer free, but here's how to keep your budget from ruins The best things in Rome are no longer free, but here's how to keep your budget from ruins on your next Roman holiday.
Fla. Law Banning Cuba Travel, Research Struck Down (NBC 6 Miami)
A federal judge has struck down the heart of a law that would have banned state universities from organizing academic research trips to Cuba, calling it unconstitutional.
Regional resorts say Labor Day travel bustling (Midland Reporter-Telegram)
- Previous flooding, expected hike in gas prices this weekend not keeping locals at home
Grand Bahama man arrested with nearly $500,000 (The Nassau Guardian)
A Grand Bahama man was arrested Wednesday after authorities found him with nearly $500,000 in U.S. currency, police said. Officers reportedly got a tip that the man was in Castaways Best Western Hotel on the Mall. They went inside the room and found the suspect, according to police.
The 10 best adventure travel bargains of 2008 (USA Today)
A real bargain adventure has to work hard for the money you put into it, offering you a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience, teaching you new skills you can apply elsewhere, or providing a depth and breadth of experiences at a cost you'd be hard pressed to match on your own.
Two LeT militants arrested in Doda (New Kerala)
Doda, Aug 29 : The Army today arrested two Lashker-e-Toiba (LeT) men in Jammu and Kashmir's Doda District. Acting on a tip-off, they were arrested after ten Rashtriya Rifle troops conducted search operation in Nalla area near Doda town. They have been sent to Joint Interrogation Centre.
Bilbao by ferry: Plain sailing (Independent)
Flying through one of the London airports during a peak weekend in August tests any passenger's nerves to destruction. Earlier this month, Stansted airport exemplified the appeal of flight-free travel. After the barely penetrable mass of humanity at check-in, security was overstretched and undignified, and the shuttle to the western satellite was packed tight.