Eve Chen, The Palm Beach Post

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Recent articles by Eve:

Where is abortion legal in the world? Canada, other countries allow abortions and these ban them.

With Roe v. Wade overturned, some people may have to travel to get an abortion. See where it's legal and banned. → Read More

Southwest is changing its in-flight experiences: 5 things coming this year and next

The most obvious change will be the addition of USB power portals at every seat, but Southwest Airlines customers may feel several other changes, too. → Read More

Which is the best airline in the US? Depends on the class. See JD Power's 2022 rankings.

See where your favorite airline ranks among J.D. Power's best North American airlines for 2022. → Read More

Spirit Airlines rejects revised JetBlue offer, clearing way for Frontier merger

Spirit Airlines' board of directors "unanimously determined" JetBlue's offer was "not superior" to Frontier's. → Read More

3 fan favorites returning to Walt Disney World for the first time since the COVID pandemic

Disney World is bringing back three things fans have missed throughout the pandemic. → Read More

Disney guests will be able to get up close to characters starting in April

For the first time in forever, park guests will be able to interact with their favorite Disney characters up close. → Read More

Dollywood temporarily closes drop tower ride made by same manufacturer in Orlando incident

Dollywood says the ride is closed "in an abundance of caution" as the Orlando incident is being investigated. → Read More

'We want action': Disney employees are walking out, demanding more LGBTQ support

Employees from Disney studios to parks are expected to talk part in Tuesday's walkout. → Read More

US travelers urged to 'avoid travel to Mexico' and 'exercise increased caution' in hot spots

U.S. authorities are urging Americans to "avoid travel to Mexico" for both health and safety reasons, in separate warnings. → Read More

Another messy travel day: Airlines cancel 2,500+ flights as snowstorm wallops East Coast

Southwest Airlines has canceled the most U.S. flights Friday, with 500+ cancellations for the third consecutive day. → Read More

Americans urged to 'avoid travel' to Sweden, other European destinations due to COVID

Sweden joins a long list of destinations the CDC and State Department have advised travelers against visiting amid the pandemic. → Read More

PBIA sees over 3-hour delays Monday as holiday travel woes continue nationwide

Travelers hoping to get back on track after a holiday weekend of flight cancellations and delays faced another mess Monday. → Read More

Disney World 50th anniversary celebrations gear up with fireworks fans can watch from home

Disney World is rolling out two new nighttime spectacular shows for its 50th anniversary. Here's how to watch them for free without leaving home. → Read More

National Park Service celebrates its birthday with free admission to all of its sites

The National Park Service turns 105 on Aug. 25. It's inviting the public to celebrate with free admission to all 423 of its sites. → Read More

New Disney Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel stay will cost more than a mortgage

Disney World's new Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser hotel promises to be the ultimate immersive experience for Star Wars fans – if they can afford it. → Read More

Disney Cruise Line resumes US sailings from Florida in August with Disney Dream

The first Disney cruises in the U.S. since the pandemic began will sail from Port Canaveral, Florida, to Disney's private island in the Bahamas. → Read More

The Washington Monument has reopened, but you can't visit without two things

The Washington Monument is welcoming visitors back after being closed since January, → Read More

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party being replaced with new holiday event at Disney World

This may be Walt Disney World's "very merriest" Christmas party yet. → Read More

America's least-visited national parks are perfect for nature lovers who hate crowds

Here are 2020's least-visited national parks and why these untapped gems are worth visiting in 2021. → Read More

Here's when vaccinated mainlanders can travel to Hawaii without a COVID-19 test

Gov. David Ige says that when 60% of Hawaii residents have their shots, vaccinated mainlanders won't need a test. → Read More