Manafort’s 3 US Passports and Travel Alias Make Him a ‘Serious’ Flight Risk – New York Magazine

Manafort’s 3 US Passports and Travel Alias Make Him a ‘Serious’ Flight Risk – New York Magazine

Homeward bound. Photo: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort is a globe-trotting millionaire with a nebulous net worth who holds three U.S. passports and has traveled under an alias to China, Ecuador, and Mexico this year, all of which makes him a “serious” flight risk, prosecutors said in a court filing Tuesday. […]

Trump’s newest travel ban still wouldn’t have prevented any terrorism-related deaths – Washington Post

President Trump attends a meeting on tax policy with business leaders at the White House on Tuesday. (Michael Reynolds/European Pressphoto Agency-EFE) President Trump’s response to terrorist attacks is fairly predictable. Shortly after the attacks occur — assuming they’re presumed to have been committed by individuals who might be linked to the Islamic State — Trump […]

Solo travel savings tips for retirees – Norman Transcript

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend some good travel companies that offer good deals for single travelers? I’ve taken a couple tours since I retired a few years ago, but the single-supplement fee really cuts into my budget. Solo Sally Dear Sally, Solo traveling is a growing trend among baby boomers […]

Traveling to Portugal? Consider the Off-Season – New York Times

Traveling to Portugal? Consider the Off-Season – New York Times

Photo The Martinhal Sagres resort, on the Algarve Coast of Portugal. Credit Martinhal Sagres Summer may be Portugal’s peak tourist season, but more travelers from the United States are heading to the country this fall and winter than they have in recent years. The travel search engine Kayak has seen searches to Lisbon for this […]

Cuba policy on Cuban-American travel to the island has political and economic tentacles – Miami Herald

New travel regulations that Cuba announced over the weekend appear designed to make sure a steady flow of Cuban-American visitors continues. But the rules — which include welcoming back Cubans who fled the island through irregular means, such as by rafts, and eliminating some of the bureaucracy associated with visits by the diaspora — also […]