Old stone buildings and trendy cafes in Jaffa
By TALI ARBEL
Jaffa has existed for thousands of years, but today it is one unified city with Tel Aviv, which was founded in 1909. Both Jews and Arabs live in Jaffa, and that's reflected in the flavors of the neighborhood
3-week closure hurt Yosemite businesses
By JOCELYN GECKER and MATT BROWN
The loss of visitor fees will impact future park improvements, such as fixing roads and updating facilities, which are planned years in advance.
A tiny English village abandoned during WWII
By JERRY HARMER
Explore Britain's southern coast carefully enough and you can still find relics of the dark years when the country awaited Nazi invasion: abandoned radar stations; tank-traps lost in farmers' fields; half-hidden concrete bunkers overlooking wide, shingle beaches.