The coronavirus has altered many aspects of life and business in the United States' biggest city, and the pandemic is taking a major toll on the gifts-and-luggage stores that dot tourist-friendly areas.
Cities expect for it to take years before tourism returns to pre-pandemic levels.
New York City's multi-billion dollar tourism industry took a major hit from the coronavirus pandemic. With full recovery at least four years away, the Convention and Visitors Bureau is outlining plans to bring tourists back slowly and safely.
While all American presidents spend most of their time living in the White House, their summer vacation homes get a lot of notoriety too.
If you plan to travel during the pandemic, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says getting a rental home is safer than staying with friends or family or at a hotel.
Ryan Kristafer hosts this FOX 5 NY special showing you some beautiful destinations you can safely visit this fall.
Act fast and you could fly to Orlando for free... if you have the right name.
The iconic Ellen's Stardust Diner on 51st Street in Manhattan is set to reopen on October 1.
Hotels in New York City are struggling to bring guests back, as the coronavirus pandemic has left up to 25 percent at risk of going out of business.
It may be located in the crossroads of the world, but the Hilton Times Square hotel in New York City will shutter in October, another sign of how the coronavirus pandemic has left lasting impacts on the travel industry.
Hawaii officials announced the implementation of a mandatory health questionnaire that also requests travel information for all visitors to the island amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials on Long Island are encouraging seasonal businesses to stay open through the fall this year to accommodate vacationers.
Lucky movie lovers in Bend, Oregon will get the chance to sleep over at the last standing Blockbuster location in the world.
Casinos were closed for 78 days before reopening four days into the month.
The Mark gets top marks from Travel and Leisure magazine.
Gov. Wanda Vázquez says an ongoing curfew will remain in place until July 31.
NYC's famed elevated walkway will reopen on July 16 with one-way foot traffic from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. each day.
The Prostitution Information Center says sex workers took steps to minimize the risk to themselves and their clients of becoming infected with the coronavirus, including checking individuals for symptoms.
The Spaceship Neptune will fly travelers from Earth's surface in Alaska to the highest reaches of our atmosphere, a company said.
JetBlue is adding 30 new routes, including daily flights from Newark to Los Angeles and San Francisco.