In the fourth part of this series, Simon Calder continues his travels across the Sunshine State in search of manatees and The King
Surgeons and their patients are finding that virtual reality can relieve the pain and stress of operations – and it’s safer and cheaper than sedatives. Jo Marchant travels to a Mexican mountaintop village to visit a pioneering clinic
Joe and Ali Olson spend their days traveling around the world with their one-year-old daughter, Annabelle.
In an open democracy, it is easy to take the freedom of the press and access to information for granted.
Museo Atlantico, 15 metres under the sea in Lanzarote, contains 12 installations drawing attention to global issues such as climate change, conservation and migration
A pilot has recalled his most hair-raising moments, as well as his biggest pet peeves, after 17 years of flying for commercial airlines
In the second of this seven part series, Simon Calder travels across the sunshine state where he discovers a romantic name, takes a kayak trip and eschews Disneyland in favour of playing Tarzan
President-elect Adama Barrow due to be inaugurated today but stubborn Yahya Jammeh disputes result and refuses to give up seat
The net effect of such legislation might ultimately only be that disabled people get treated equally as shabbily as their able-bodied fellow passengers, but this would still amount to progress
You could fly from one side of London to the other, demand your plane is filled with lilies or maybe even bring your pet penguin – basically, anything that’s legal
Baba Lena, from Krasnoyarsk in Siberia, is dedicating her twilight years to travel, and posts her adventures on Instagram
Risk-assessing Turkey is complicated because there are many enemies of civilisation, tolerance and freedom. Perpetrators of terrorist attacks include Isis, Kurdish separatists and two far-left political factions
Your definitive travel calendar for the year ahead, as compiled by our travel desk
Looking for more than just a beach break? Here are the best destinations for a 2017 escape
The weird and wonderful things to look out for on your next trip
Seth Orme and Paul Twedt are on a mission to clear the litter from every major US hiking trail, walking thousands of miles and wild camping along the way