President Trump’s travel ban and more aggressive vetting procedures at U.S. airports have put the travel industry on edge. Tourism officials in New York and elsewhere have projected a fall-off in travel this year because of the more onerous process of getting into the country. Other factors have also seemingly made travel less appealing -- videos of customers being manhandled on airplanes -- or downright scary -- terrorist attacks in London and France. But an Expedia executive seemed to downplay those concerns on Thursday, saying that the overall travel market is mostly “healthy.” The London attack did impact London bookings, but the slowdown didn’t extend to other European locations, said CFO Mark Okerstrom. And there was no evidence of an impact from the tumultuous French election. Get the full story at Barron's