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10 great Christmas gifts, Hassle-free travel over the holidays, Airlines howl about taxes
Sunday musings: Limits on personalized license plates, Mobile wallet drivers license, LA taxis vs. Uber
Limitations on vanity license plates, Uber and the LA Taxi Commissioner stake out their ground, and drivers licenses take a step toward becoming paperless.
Few charming inns are as closely associated with Thomas Jefferson. It provides an intimate introduction to one of the most multi-talented men ever to reside in the White House.
As we come into the holiday season when the spirit of giving spreads across the world, airlines are doing all of the taking and none of the gift-giving. Their plans are being hatched to give even less in the future.
United Airlines flight fails to pressurize, spend New Years in Philadelphia, American Airlines gives FAs $81M raise
No one can account for delays and weather, but travelers can proactively make sure they are ready to travel and ready for situations that may faced while underway.
Las Vegas sets tourism record, Starwood to give free Internet access to Starwood Preferred Guest members, India's Spicejet may never fly again.
Budget Rent a Car recently quoted Roy Bonney a $96 rate for a one-day rental from Norfolk to Washington. But it sent him a bill for $3,374. There is more to the story.
Airline baggage fees to add nearly $4 billion to airline bottom lines per year, problems with mobile boarding passes, American Airlines flight attendants may get original deal.