An expedited screening program called PreCheck was supposed to be the answer to maddeningly long security lines at the airport. But four years after its launch, the Transportation Security Administration is far short of enrolling enough travelers to make a difference, spelling trouble for summer travel season.
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A Delta Air Lines ramp agent was arrested Saturday at Palm Beach International Airport in Florida, according to a criminal complaint filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Southern Florida. He was allegedly caught carrying $282,400 in a backpack.
Government travel advisories and warnings often follow terrorist attacks and unrest, urging travelers to “exercise vigilance.” So how does “vigilance” translate for the traveler?
It’s now possible to trek around some of Nevada’s remote countryside without leaving the couch, thanks to the Google Trekker and about a dozen volunteers who carried the high-tech contraption around the state.
The security alert at Denver International Airport has been lifted as police give the all-clear on suspicious packages, according to the airport’s Twitter.
Three years ago, a doctor told Kevan Chandler that because of his muscular dystrophy, he would be hooked up to an oxygen machine within six months. That doctor was wrong.
Imagine watching frantic shopkeepers busily extinguish the Great Fire of London, or sheltering from Nazi bombing raids during the Blitz.
Technology might not be the solution to all life’s ills, but there are still a bunch of new services and apps on the market making travel that bit easier for the tired, lonely worker.
London calling? Dreaming of Tuscany? It’s time to book your dream European vacation.
When it comes to crossing international frontiers, there’s one travel document that opens more doors than any other. And it isn’t a U.S. passport.
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