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Travel & Outdoors Why air travel hasn't advanced as much as you might think Why air travel hasn't advanced as much as you might think(Photo Gallery)
When the Concorde started flying in the 1970s, hopes were high that the traveling masses would soon streak through the air faster than the speed of sound or soar in planes that hurtled like missiles above the earth's atmosphere. Instead, jetliners still look the same as they did five decades ago and travel times have barely budged.
Travel & Outdoors Angel's Rest: A Gorge-ous hike Angel's Rest: A Gorge-ous hike(Photo Gallery)
Multnomah Falls is the main attraction in the western Columbia River Gorge, but just a few miles to the west is another jewel: the exposed 1,600-foot bluff called Angel's Rest.
Travel & Outdoors Travel spotlight: Take a 1,000-mile ATV ride Travel spotlight: Take a 1,000-mile ATV ride
All-terrain vehicle riders planning long-distance trips in northern New Hampshire no longer have to haul their machines between breaks in the trail thanks to a new 1,000-mile interconnected trail system.
Travel & Outdoors Row of Life: Paralyzed vet tries risky solo trip across Pacific Row of Life: Paralyzed vet tries risky solo trip across Pacific(Photo Gallery)(Video)
Setbacks we may suffer in our pursuits rarely provide such positive energy to succeed as with Angela Madsen, a woman with the face of courage. Her latest amazing feat was an attempt to row a boat from Santa Cruz to Hawaii alone, although it may seem an impossible dream.