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Blizzard of 2015: What to know if you're traveling

Thousands of flights are canceled. Rail lines and roads are closed. The Northeast is getting walloped by a blizzard.

A potentially "historic and destructive" nor'easter is blowing through New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts -- including New York C...

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Blizzard costs fliers big bucks

Blizzards cost airlines a ton of money -- but they actually hit passengers harder.

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Delta bans carry-on breast pump, apologizes

Nursing mother Lauren Modeen has taken to Twitter to ask why Delta Air Lines forced her to check her breast pump.

TSA confiscates guns

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TSA seizes record 2,212 firearms in 2014

When packing your carry-on luggage, don't forget to remove your gun.

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Chicago/Atlanta airport rivalry heats up

Look out. The bragging war between two of the world's busiest airports just got more intense.

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Southwest Airlines is saving billions on fuel

Think you're saving a lot on fuel? Southwest Airlines sure is.

The airline said Thursday that it expects to save half a billion dollars in the first quarter alone, thanks to plunging energy prices. During a conference call later, the company's CFO, T...

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London is the fastest growing western city

Rain, rain, go away: London is having a sunny moment.

It's the fastest growing western city and one of the top in the world, according to a new report from the Brookings Institution.

London placed No. 26 for economic performance out of the world's 30...

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Why airfares are sky-high when jet fuel is dirt cheap

Airlines are saving big on jet fuel thanks to the plunge in the price of oil -- but those savings aren't getting passed onto customers.

If you're wondering why, just take a look at the passengers wedged into the seats next to you. U.S. airlines saw a ...

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British Airways first class called 'filthy'

Is there no longer any refuge from the humiliations of economy class?

That seems to be the underlying message of a 29-second video posted online this week by British journalist Owen Thomas lambasting the condition of the first-class cabin on a British...

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Official: AirAsia plane climbed fast, stalled

AirAsia Flight QZ8501 climbed rapidly, and then stalled, shortly before it crashed, a top Indonesian official said Tuesday.

"The plane ascended suddenly, with a speed that was above the normal speed limit, and then it went up," Transportation Minister...

Entertainment

Lawsuit filed in Joan Rivers' death

Joan Rivers

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The estate of the late comedian Joan Rivers filed a lawsuit Monday in New York County Supreme Court detailing alleged missteps by the outpatient endoscopy facility and the physicians caring for Rivers during an August 28 procedure that the New York m...

NFL (officially) comes to YouTube

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The NFL has finally come to YouTube. Well, at least officially.

On Monday the NFL announced a new partnership with YouTube that will bring official content to the popular streaming video site.

This includes the launch of the NFL YouTube channel, which ...

Actor apologizes for 'colored' comment

Benedict Cumberbatch The Imitation Game

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Benedict Cumberbatch called himself an "idiot" after referring to non-white actors as "colored" on a PBS talk show.

The Miss Universe winner is ...

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At this year's Miss Universe pageant, a loss may have overshadowed the win.

Disney launches 'Frozen' cruise

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Disney is launching a special cruise for those fans who just couldn't get enough of "Frozen."




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