Opening March 20, 2009, in Columbus, Ga., the new National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center at Patriot Park is the first site of its kind to pay tribute to the U.S. Army Infantryman and those who fight alongside him.

To make the best of a bad vacation situation, it’s important to have a backup plan, allowing you to take cancellations and stormy weather in stride. Whether your trip takes you to the beach or the mountains, there are always solutions for whatever problem may arise.

The holiday season is upon us, and if you're looking for the perfect gift idea for a youngster who loves to ski, not to mention his or her parents, this classic line from the Wizard of Oz, 'Lions, Tigers and Bears, Oh My' should serve as inspiration.

In a tough economy, it’s only natural to look for ways to cut corners. But trimming auto maintenance expenses isn’t worth the risk. Taking proper care of your car steers you on the road to safe driving. It can help to keep more cash in your pocket too.

In the world of tires, “low rolling resistance” is a lot like health care. It’s a topic that affects nearly all adults, but the majority of consumers are not very well versed about the subject.

Graduating seniors in both high school and college are now facing one of life’s greatest questions: What do I want to do for a living? It’s a thought that not only plagues graduates, but many people who are unhappy or bored with their current job. So how do you find a career that suits your personality, is satisfying and still financially rewarding?

Americans are done with the “staycation.” In fact, more than 80 percent of consumers surveyed by Orbitz.com, a consumer-travel website, said they plan on taking a vacation this summer. Here’s how families can navigate summer’s top destinations with the kiddos in tow.