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Susan Roesgen, co-anchor of the TV news show National Geographic Today, talked with Traveler magazine editor Keith Bellows about ideas on where to go when you need a vacation but time is limited.

A highway during the Gold Rush that connected the Rockies to the Plains States, 30-mile-long Colfax Avenue still carries travelers to the riches of Denver.

Chicano bodegas, tattooed students, and vibrant musicians make Austin's Sixth Street the cultural hive of Texas' capital city.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has ruled that American airlines must carry heart defibrillators and other items on all but the smallest of aircraft in case of midair medical emergencies. National Geographic Today interviews a National Geographic Traveler magazine editor about the significance of the FAA ruling.

New dating analysis indicates that the ancient Peruvian site of Caral may have been one of the first urban centers in the Americas. The finding, reported in Science, points to the existence of a powerful settlement that thrived more than a thousand years before other known cities.


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