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Mississippi King
Morgan Freeman us one of the biggest stars on the planet, but he finds off-camera joy in the peacefulness of his Mississippi farm. 
An American Revival
American cuisine is seeing a return to its roots of humble comfort food. But as Anthony Bourdain points out, the trend is anything but traditional — or humble.
Puebla, the Flavor of Diversity
A town founded by the Spaniards for the Spaniards is today a proud Mexican city for the entire world.
American Airlines Applauds U.S. Department of Homeland Security Actions to Improve International Arrival Experience at Miami International Airport
Partnership between American, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Miami-Dade County, Miami International Airport, and Florida congressional leaders will improve the arrival experience for international customers
Going Greens
The nonprofit Fresh Moves mobile produce market is a welcome oasis in Chicago’s food-desert communities.
Dive into the Galapagos

Nature meets luxury aboard Ecoventura’s ecological cruises to the Galápagos Islands

ANew Narrowbody Deliveries to Elevate the Flying Experience
DFW - All New Narrowbodies to Offer Wi-Fi, In-seat Inflight Entertainment and Power at Every and Power at Every and Power at Every Seat Every.
The Boston Paragon
David Ortiz has gone from the streets of the Dominican Republic to selfies with President Obama — and one day soon, Big Papi may have his own statue.
The Next-Generation Aircraft Is Here
Bringing you more new planes every week
Saluting Those Who Serve
Attending sky-ball can be a life-changing experience.
Getting to Know: Bellamy Young
As the morally ambiguous, always-entertaining lady on Scandal, Bellamy Young delivers jaw-dropping moments week after week.
Celebrating 75 Years of the Admirals Club
Your peaceful, private gateway within the airport.
La Dolce Fiat
Want a taste of what it was like to be a Roman in the Mad Men era?
The Fine Art of Snoopy
Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz entrusted only one man to translate his characters into museum-worthy paintings. 
Diamond in the Rough
Audiences have known him on-screen as a street-smart con artist, a fighter, a lone survivor and now, a Transformer-battling hero, but Mark Wahlberg has never pretended to be someone he’s not.
Jon Hamm Gets a New Game
As the door closes on one of the most iconic, multilayered, and charismatic television characters ever to grace the small screen, actor Jon Hamm prepares for the next chapter.
Bolivia Awaits
Discovering Bolivia could take a lifetime. Entering into the unexpected world of this virgin country can feel like embarking on an intergalactic voyage, where landscapes seem otherworldly or at least as we imagine those worlds might be. 
A Radical Transformation
Colombia has become an inviting tourist destination and the toast of South America.
American honors those who serve.
Patriotic 6 campaign benefits military personnel
More than 1,000 American customers raised more than $100,000 to benefit our nation’s servicemen and women during the Patriotic Six 2015.
American Airlines Launches New Service Between Dallas/Fort Worth and Hong Kong and Shanghai
New Service Provides One-Stop Connections at DFW for Customers Traveling between Asia and North, Central and South America
The Treasure Hunter
Navigating your way through the world of Paris’ exclusive vintage markets can be more than a little intimidating — unless you have one of the city’s foremost professional buyers by your side.
Leading Lady
From on-screen roles to real life, Emily Blunt is fearless. With a new film, a baby girl and a spot-on sense of self, the actress, it seems, can handle anything.
The Allure of Alcatraz
From military prison to notorious federal penitentiary to American Indian occupation site, Alcatraz Island has an intriguing and storied past — which is part of its continuing appeal.
Breaking Through
He’s played a goofy dad, a terminally ill chemistry teacher and a CIA officer, and he now portrays a former president on Broadway and a scientist in the Godzilla remake. But Bryan Cranston’s best character yet is himself.
With Global Business Comes Global Responsibility

American takes pride in helping its communities.

A New Universe

In the world of astrophysics, it’s very difficult to assimilate the vast magnitude of it all. Time is measured in millions of light-years, distances only make sense at the speed of light, and the mysteries outnumber the stars above.

American Airlines Merger Partner US Airways Launches Codeshare Agreement With Joint Business Partner British Airways
Codeshare Relationships with Fellow Joint Business Members Iberia and Finnair to Launch in the Coming Weeks
It’s a Car … It’s a Bike … It’s an ELF!
Simultaneously powerful, environmentally friendly and strikingly sleek, this egg-shaped electric bike fuses the best of both vehicular worlds.
The Ed Team
Ed Sheeran might be young, but that hasn’t stopped him from already becoming a world-class musician. With his new album, he’s hoping his achievements will multiply.
A Luxury Home
The luxury furnishing business has expanded significantly in recent years. But in such a large market, one may wonder: How is it possible to distinguish real quality, to what point is the price determined by the brand name, and, furthermore, how does one justify, for example, paying up to $10,000 for a sofa?
Across a Verdant Spain
Four autonomous communities in the north of Spain are washed by the Bay of Biscay. 
Opening the Door to the Best of Asia
Asia awaits with new nonstop service to Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Bagging the Peaks of Colorado
Some are serious and hurried, and others are methodical and slower, but all have the same adventurous goal: to climb the 53 Colorado peaks that measure at least 14,000 feet.
Magic Men
After nearly 40 years performing together, Penn & Teller are still amazing audiences with their distinct brand of magic
Where the Wild Things Are
Yes, you should visit Machu Picchu, but it is a mistake to ignore Peru's rain forest glories. 
Quinceañera: Latin American Syncretism
Leaving childhood behind, waking up to a total, recognized femininity ... reaching out for womanhood.
Two Adventurers in Canaima
When entering a sweepstakes, we usually do it with little confidence that we’ll be the lucky ones. Still and all, we often think: Lady Luck has to smile on somebody, and it might as well be me. 
Are you Ready for Some Futebol?
A definitive insider’s guide to the host cities of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
A Better Vantage Point
American utilizes touch-screen technology to provide customer with real-time information
From Camouflage to Carhartt
A new breed of veteran farmers thrives after leaving the military.
Figure of Fun
You’ve known this talk-show host and comedian from Saturday Night Live and Late Night
Fit Cities
Like a motivating personal trainer or a running buddy, certain cities have a way of coaxing visitors out of the comfort and leisure of their hotel rooms and getting them  on the move.
Tequila: A Gift from the Goddess
Tequila is the quintessence of Mexico.
Design by the Yard
Way beyond outdoor kitchens and nice swimming pools, homeowners are taking the backyard to a whole new level.
Drink Up and Enjoy "The Cup"
From June 12 to July 13 twelve Brazilian cities will be the striking backdrop for the World Cup Brazil 2014.
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Donate to help breast cancer research
Join American put an end to breast cancer by supporting essential research.
Small Scale, Big Tastes
Some of New York City’s top chefs are scaling down to serve adventurous fare in more intimate settings.
A Monumental Mission
American Airlines pilot Steve Connolly organizes a massive recovery goal for wounded warriors.
The Chicken Sisters!
Legendary chef Julia Child is immortalized in an exhibit that makes you feel as if you’re hamming it up right along with her.
Island Time
Rain or shine, there’s one thing every good Road Warrior knows: Embrace the unexpected.
The Plenitude of Silence
In need of solitude, I enter the secluded, bucolic world of the Cistercian monks of the Monastery of Our Lady of the Holy Spirit in Conyers, Georgia where I find rest for my body and renewal for my soul.  
Daytripping from London: Bath, Cambridge and Brighton
Steal away from the big city for a while and lose yourself in these three English escapes.
As the Heavens Shudder
The Sundays, an influential alternative rock band throughout the 1990s, were on an upward trajectory when lead singer Harriet Wheeler and guitarist David Gavurin walked away from the business side of music in 1997 to raise their two children. 
What Moves At the Margin
American novelist, editor and Pulitzer Prize winner Toni Morrison has garnered worldwide acclaim for her thought-provoking prose. Now it’s her turn to be the compelling character.
An Eye for Nature
Photographer Jimmy Hoffman aims to uncover the hidden world of insects.
Dallas is the ninth-largest city in the United States and it holds a most delicious secret: an emerging and powerful wine culture and all it entails. Texas is the fifth largest producer of the “Elixir Bacchus” in the nation. Its dry sunny climate is ideal for the cultivation of grapes.
Serious American Muscle
The legendary Ford Mustang celebrates 50 years of giddyup and go.
Claiming Its Identity
Oahu proves that there’s more to the Hawaiian Islands than just leis and luaus (not that there’s anything wrong with leis and luaus).
New Paint
First US Airways Aircraft takes to the skies in American Airlines livery.
Web Exclusive | The Heated Charm of Palm Springs
Glamorous and busy, with weather ranging from perfect to broiling, the Coachella Valley is a thriving tourist destination.
Chase the Tail of the Dragon
What do you do when your boyfriend invites you to ride on a famous sports car/motorcycle road with 318 curves in 11 miles?
Funny Business
Becoming a stand-up comedian is no laughing matter. It takes patience, resolve, originality and, of course, the ability to make audiences laugh.
In Search of Crazy King Ludwig
In the 1800s, he built castles so enticing that Walt Disney eventually used them as inspirations for his fairy tales. But was the young king inventive — or insane?
Natural Leader
Chris Paul has transformed the Los Angeles Clippers into winners, but that’s only a small part of who he is.
First US Airways Aircraft Takes to the Skies in American Airlines Livery
An Airbus A319 returns to service as the first legacy US Airways aircraft painted in American Airlines colors
Following Its Heritage
A few pricey loaves of bread are attempting to put Arizona on the map with one of the world’s most impressive comeback stories.
Special Talent
George Dennehy was born without arms, but that did not stop him from becoming an accomplished musician.
Crossroads of the Amazon
Venturing deep into the Brazilian rain forest, one Canadian discovers the wonders of Manaus, a city that both bewilders and amazes.
Striving for Excellence
American and UNCF help students reach full potential.
Glass Acts
Good things often come in unforgettable packages. So whether you’re looking for a unique gift or just a conversation starter, these liquors all send the right message before the first sip is poured.
Excellence In The Canadian Rockies
With three spectacular resorts, Banff National Park offers dynamic skiing, yes — but also an unparalleled winter wonderland.
American Airlines Selects Sabre Reservation System
Migration to a Single Passenger Services System to Mark Key Milestone in Providing a Seamless Customer and Employee Experience
Something's Gonna Change My World
It’s been 50 years since the Beatles appeared for the first time on The Ed Sullivan Show, but memories continue to grow, and their music and influence continue to thrive.
Standing Tall
With a hit TV show, a new film on the way, a baby girl and a healthy dose of snark, Kristen Bell is at the top of her game. About the only thing she hasn’t done is Saturday Night Live — yet.
American Eagle Airlines, Inc. To Change Its Name To Envoy
All Regional Air Service for American Airlines will Continue to Operate Under the American Eagle Brand and Livery
The Legend Begins
Fifty years ago, the man who would become the icon known as Muhammad Ali shocked the world.
Downtown Upgrade
With hopes of reviving his struggling hometown, Detroit restaurateur Maurice Wiggins is cooking up a tasty plan.
High Rollers
Upscale bike tours offer serious adventure and civilized style.
Teens Ski Toward Personal Growth
TSRHC treats children with orthopedic conditions as well as certain related neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia.
Eased Electronic Policy for Europe
Customers may now use small lightweight personal electronic devices in airplane mode during taxi, takeoff and landing in European destinations.
AMR Corporation And US Airways Group Come Together To Build The New American Airlines
Merger Transaction Completed; AMR Emerges from Restructuring with Full Recovery to American Creditors
A Super Woman
Sheila Johnson is an entrepreneur who owns resorts and sports teams and produces blockbuster movies.
Dramatic Designer
Actress Kimberlin Brown, known for playing one of daytime television’s most historic villains, has added interior design and a decades-long partnership with American Airlines to her diverse résumé.
Comfortable Connection
American’s New Three-Class Service Flies Coast to Coast
Soak Up the Sun
Come winter, some people would rather chill by a pool than catch a chill. For those in need of a few extra rays this season, here are seven standouts.
Buried Treasure
Some of the world’s most beloved works of art could have been destroyed in World War II. But thanks to the Monuments Men, Leonardo da Vinci’s "The Last Supper" and others still hang for all to see.
More Than a Stopover
Not content to live in the shadow of San Francisco, San Jose balances early-California history with modern-day tech play.
New York City: It's Bigger Than Manhattan
Its most famous tourist attractions are in Manhattan, but each of  New York’s five boroughs  is home to diverse entertainment.
Flight Attendants on a Mission
Airline Ambassadors International (AAI) epitomizes the relatively new concept of voluntourism: traveling to help others.
The Man Behind the Window
It's Christmastime all the time for Paul Olszewski, and he wouldn't have it any other way. Neither would awestruck Macy's shoppers during the holidays.
Michael Bloomberg Wants to Save the World
It really doesn’t matter whether you agree or disagree with the policies of New York City’s outgoing mayor, because he’s not here to debate you — he’s here to get things done.
Palm Trees and Ice (Hockey)
The heat is on the NHL as it brings its outdoor Stadium Series to Los Angeles.
American Airlines And Dallas Mavericks Host Ninth Annual 'Seats for Soldiers' Event
Service Members Honored With Dinner and Courtside Seats to Mavs Game