A guide to five of the best backpacking trips in Australia
Wildlife rescuers have asked people to pull out their sewing machines to help koalas injured in wildfires in Australia.
Thieves have now figured out a way to freeze your smartphone, demanding that you pay up to get it unlocked.
How about a grilled cheese sandwich, wrapped in paper, and fluttering down with a cute little parachute? An Australian company has announced plans to bring just that to an as-yet-unspecified New York City street sometime soon.
After months of polar vortexes it’s finally almost time to lay out in the sun and sand. To help get the ball rolling, we rounded up the 25 best beaches in the world.
A freighter used searchlights early Friday to scan rough seas in one of the remotest places on Earth after satellite images detected possible pieces from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane in the southern Indian Ocean.
She performs a stripped-down version of the song on the Australian TV show “Fifi and Jules.”
In Australia Taylor, Zac and Isaac performed their own stripped down version of her brand new single — and Taylor loves it. A lot.
With “The Voice” Australia now in his rear-view mirror, does this mean Keith Urban is done with television for now? Or is he simply clearing the decks for something else?
Overpowering and dominant in a way not seen since the 1992 Dream Team, the Americans are now two wins from a second straight Olympic gold medal. Argentina awaits.
When Jerry Recco began his first update of the morning with a cut from Yankees radio play-by-play man John Sterling, Craig was immediately reminded of an image of Sterling parading around the hotel in a bathrobe.
Zoo director Jeremy Goodman stops by the CBS 2 studios to show off some animals from Australia.
From an African safari to a trip to SeaWorld and everything between. There’s something for every taste and budget at the New York Times Travel Show at the Javits Center.
The magical moment at midnight on New Year’s Eve with the confetti flying over Times Square doesn’t happen without some practice.
WCBS 880’s Pat Farnack had her weekly chat with language maven Ben Zimmer.