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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).
A special Mother's Day gift
We all have a mom — and special women in our lives. Earn miles while honoring them.
A Better Vantage Point
American utilizes touch-screen technology to provide customer with real-time information
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.
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.
Figure of Fun
You’ve known this talk-show host and comedian from Saturday Night Live and Late Night
We Are Adding Tomorrows.
Earn AAdvantage® miles for each dollar you donate to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Island Time
Rain or shine, there’s one thing every good Road Warrior knows: Embrace the unexpected.
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.
Serious American Muscle
The legendary FORD MUSTANG celebrates 50 years of giddyup and go.
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.
Celebrate Black History Month
Celebrate Black History Month and earn miles for your donation to UNCF!
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