AP Top Travel News at 1:54 p.m. EDT

More From

  • Can you get the coronavirus from secondhand smoke?

    Secondhand smoke isn’t believed to directly spread the virus, experts say, but infected smokers may blow droplets carrying the virus when they exhale. The respiratory droplets people spray when they talk, cough or sneeze are believed to be the main way the virus spreads. “Not only are they potentially spreading virus by not wearing a mask, they are blowing those droplets to the people around them to potentially get infected,” says Dr. Albert Rizzo, chief medical officer for the American Lung Association.

  • Kanye West withdraws petition to get on NJ's 2020 ballot

    Kanye West withdrew his petition to appear as a presidential candidate on New Jersey's ballot, according to an email chain between a judge and what appears to be the rapper's campaign email address. In email correspondence obtained by The Associated Press, an unidentified person writing from a Kanye 2020 address tells Administrative Law Judge Gail Cookson that West is dropping his effort to appear on New Jersey's ballot.

  • Judge sentences ex-MSU coach to jail in Nassar-related case

    A former Michigan State University head gymnastics coach was sentenced Tuesday to 90 days in jail for lying to police during an investigation into ex-Olympic and university doctor Larry Nassar. Kathie Klages, 65, was found guilty by a jury in February of a felony and a misdemeanor for denying she knew of Nassar's abuse prior to 2016 when survivors started to come forward publicly. Klages testified at trial, and in a tearful statement Tuesday, that she did not remember being told about abuse.

  • Review: A sweet fable in Seth Rogen’s ‘An American Pickle’

    It’s a little scene in the middle of the credits in which Seth Rogen’s Herschel Greenbaum, a 1920s laborer who wakes up 100 years after falling into a vat of pickle juice, watches “Yentl” with his millennial great-grandson Ben Greenbaum (also Rogen). “An American Pickle” is a little more serious and a little more heartfelt than you might expect from a Rogen joint. Based on a short story by humorist Simon Rich, who also wrote the script, it’s a classic fish out of water (or pickle juice) tale that the movies have always loved.