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Mykyta Panasenko

NJ Train Explosive: Jersey City Man Arrested On Suspicion of Carrying Homemade Bomb

Days before the Boston Marathon bombings Mykyta Panasenko of Jersey City, NJ carried homemade explosives aboard a NJ Transit train, which was bound from New York and was subsequently arrested on April 15th, the day of the Boston bombings.


Disney Magic

Disney To Upgrade Magic Ship With Massive Water Slides

With many cruise ships going through massive renovations to add some thrill and spill to the "living-life-at-sea experience", Disney decided to join the party and upgrade their oldest ship, the Disney Magic, with a free-fall water slide, called the AquaDunk.


Carnival Triumph

Carnival Ship Evacuated: Fire Explosion in Mobile Near Triumph Resulted in 3 Critically Injured

The Carnival Triumph is in the news once more and it has to do with a fire causing an evacuation. However, this time, it isn't Carnival's fault, it all has to do with a fuel tank barge exploding at the Mobile, Alabama ship the Triumph is stationed at.


Danica Patrick

Danica Patrick Divorce: NASCAR Driver Officially Single

It is finally come to and end, the news the world has been waiting for-NASCAR driver Danica Patrick is now officially single and able to mingle.


united airlines

United Airlines Reports First-Quarter Loss of $417M

As Southwest continues to show improvement in customer and more importantly, from a business standpoint, profit numbers, the same cannot be said for their competitor United Airlines who on Thursday reported a first-quarter loss of $417 million.


Larry Ellison

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison Names Former Hawaiian Airlines Executive Paul Casey As Island Air CEO

After buying Island Air, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison announced that Paul Casey, former Hawaiian Airlines president, will take control of the day-to-day operations, as its new CEO.


US Airways

US Airways Follows United's Lead and Increases Domestic Ticket-Change Fee to $200

If you didn't believe that the airline industry is a serve-us enterprise rather than a service business, Wednesday's announcement by US Airways that they are following United and upping their fees to change a non-refundable ticket by $50 to $200 for domestic flights is the proof.


Apolo Ohno

Apolo Ohno Retires From Speed Skating

After winning his eight Olympic medal at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, Apolo Ohno is getting ready for Sochi, Russia, in 2014, but not as a skater, as a corespondent.


Passengers wait

When Will Government Step Up and Deal With the Furlough Delays?

Frustration is building as passengers continue to face massive-airport delays due to the federal spending cuts, which is resulting in the furlough of about 1,500 controllers a day.


A passengers walking the airport ternimal Gives Travelers a Way to Encounter New People

For those frequent fliers who find themselves sitting in an airport terminal coffee house wishing for some company, now, their is a site for that.


Las Vegas

Less People Gamble While Visiting Las Vegas

Just as the problem with Atlantic City, NJ, casinos, many people who traveled to Las Vegas last year gamble less, this according to the recently released 2012 Las Vegas Visitor Profile Study.



Dwayne Johnson Emergency: Actor/Wrestler Undergoes Successful Hernia Surgery

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson underwent successful-emergency surgery on Monday to repair three hernial tears that he suffered while wrestling John Cena during WrestleMania earlier this month.


United Airlines

United Airlines Increases Ticket-Change Fee For Domestic Flights to $200

In yet another show that airlines are finding every way to squeeze more money out of the consumer, United has augmenting its charge for making changes to domestic itineraries to $200, an increase of $50.


Hotel under construction

Hotel Construction Projects Scare Guests Away From New York Palace

Have you ever been to a Hotel in which the swimming pool was empty and fitness center was closed?


Need to get away?

Israel Airlines End Its Two-Day 'Open Skies' Strike

The two-day strike of Israel's airlines in protest of the country's "Open Skies" aviation deal with the European Union came to an end on Monday after the airlines reaching an agreement with the government.


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