In a rather unexpected move, the United States has now issued a terror alert warning citizens about travel throughout the European Union, and -- while the warning recalls relatively recent incidents in France, the UK, Russia, and Sweden -- its timi
If you stay inside the United States you will remain free, safe, and prosperous. If you even so much as step foot outside of the United States, you will probably be murdered, if not taken. At least that is what the State Department would have you bel
SAN FRANCISCO -- Last year, Airbnb underwent a rough regulatory patch.
The film illustrates how a ship tunnel at Stad, on the west coast of Norway, could be made. It shows the potential new fairway through Moldefjorden to Kjødepollen.
Watch as United Airlines passenger, picked at random, is dragged off overbooked flight to make room for staff
The passing of the non-binding resolution comes after the US failed to agree visa-free travel for citizens of five EU countries
Despite insurmountable evidence that the TSA is incredibly ineffective, the federal agency has decided that "more rigorous" and "more involved" pat-downs will improve its performance. TSA officers have refused to specify if touching a passeng
Yesterday the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals declined to reinstate Donald Trump's travel ban. In doing so, they raised the ire of Ben Stein, who has a rather disturbing warning we should we aware of.
In response to my position on the Trump travel ban (perhaps hugely misinterpreted), I received many emails and comments, mostly unfavorable.
The tech industry is stressed about losing foreign workers, but the space industry never had the choice to begin with.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Kellyanne Conway, the high-profile White House counselor, has come under fire from Democratic and Republican lawmakers, fact checkers and the media. But she's so far maintained the support of her boss, President Donald Trump.
A top lawyer for internet retailer Amazon is taking a victory lap for the company's role in the Ninth Circuit Court's decision to retain the temporary restraining order halting President Trump's travel ban.
Britain's railway industry has moved to make life easier for future commuters, laying out a roadmap to modernize its transport systems for the digital era.
Wellington (AFP) - The world's longest commercial flight landed in New Zealand Monday with the arrival of Qatar Airways's 14,535 kilometres (9,032 miles) Doha-Auckland service, the airline announced.
I stood up, with the exuberance of a child that was making room--oh so gradually and a little painfully--for the depth and wisdom of the man. I stood between two worlds belonging to neither, partaking of both, knowing the moment, so fragile, so fleet
Newly surfaced audio from 2015 shows Cryin' Chuck Schumer felt a "pause" in bringing in refugees "may be necessary." Of course, this was under Obama so it was no big deal. Now that Trump's president, Cryin' Chuck is acting like he can
US residents are increasingly being coerced by customs agents to reveal the contents of their computers and social media accounts
President Trump's Executive Order putting a 90 day hold on visas issued to citizens of seven countries has led to chaos and anger at the airport. Is the opposition justified? Is the list justified? We discuss where Trump got it wrong.
This is NOT a #MuslimBan. It's a ban on the final remaining countries without an IMF/Rothschild central bank. Green.
A British citizen and BBC journalist who hadn't been allowed in Iran since 2009 was detained at a Chicago airport and interrogated for over two hours.
- Some carriers still blanket ban even after rulings - Gulf hubs permit flights with green cards, bar visa holders
President Trump is set to unveil executive actions on immigration--one of his central campaign promises--and could move to suspend some immigration from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen, either temporarily or "indefinitely,"
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The hawk, using his wings and talons, jumped back into the sky toward the head of the snake, toying with him, daring him to strike. The rattler struck again, but the hawk danced out of the way. For the next 10 minutes the hawk danced into the air t
John Muir said it best, "The sun shines not on us but in us. The rivers flow not past, but through us. Thrilling, tingling, vibrating every fiber and cell of the substance of our bodies, making them glide and sing. The trees wave and the flowers bl
It's that time of year again. Yes, it'll feel great to be home, chilling out, stuffing yourself, falling asleep on the sofa. But boy, it's going to suck getting there.
Welcome, New York City. Last week, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced his state's Metropolitan Transportation Authority would bring its tolling system up to date with the times--or at least with the early 90s.
To buck up EU young, free-train idea on a roll … Younger people used to be the main supporters of the European Union. But as the continent continues to struggle with existential problems that include economic crises and growing nationalism, the con
When JetBlue hired Brad Farmerie to design the airline's first business class menu in 2014, the chef didn't bother to study airplane food. "I didn't want to be daunted by what the onboard cooking possibilities looked like," he says, "I wa
Yesterday marked the first commercial flight between the US and Cuba for 50 years. While restrictions remain, it is clear that the Cold War with Cuba is de facto over. The real isolationists will gnash their teeth, but this change will reduce both go