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Montana: Big Sky Country, Glacier National Park and the Old West

Be a cowboy (or cowgirl) in Montana! Its vast landscape is filled with parks and wildlife; watch a geyser erupt or enjoy outdoor winter sports.

American film landmarks stretch coast to coast. Which can you recognize?

From the iconic Hollywood sign to the Empire State Building (above), America sometimes seems like one giant movie set. Here are four iconic film...
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Maryland: Wild horses, blue crabs and the national anthem

There's plenty to see and do in Maryland. Whether it's a natural, historical or urban setting, you'll find plenty to do here.
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Travel the world without ever leaving this U.S. state

Where can you find China, Egypt, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Mexico, Peru and Lebanon all in one state?
Man scanning his passport using a kiosk (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

Welcome to the U.S. Now wait just a minute.

Thinking about traveling to the U.S.? You used to have to worry about long customs lines at the airport. Now, kiosks help you reach your destination faster.

U.S. rolls out welcome mat for China

This group of tourists from China taking in the sights of the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall National Memorial could be the...

Rhode Island: Sailing, mansions and good eats

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states to see. Rhode Island has quaint towns with lots to do that are close to New York and Boston. Come and enjoy!

Virginia: Living history, vineyards, natural wonders and seaside fun

Visit Virginia and get a taste of adventure. Take a walk through caves, up mountains, or through historic towns and homes.

Connecticut: Maritime history, performing arts and world-class pizza

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states to see. Come and experience Connecticut's many attractions.