• Best places for Christmas lights in the U.S.

    Denver Christmas lights blurb

    Christmas in the United States is a combination of traditions from around the world.

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  • TSA finds gun packed in a PlayStation 2

    Gun in PlayStation 2

    TSA

    Game over for a Brooklyn man who tried to conceal parts of a .22-caliber semi-automatic handgun in a PlayStation 2.

    Oscar Ramirez, 48, was arrested by Port Authority police on a weapons charge Wednesday after Transportation Security Administration che...

  • Strange ice pancakes appear on Scottish river

    Ice pancakes

    Jamie Urqhart/River Dee Trust

    Here's another Scottish mystery to file alongside the Loch Ness Monster and Mel Gibson's accent in "Braveheart."

  • Man gives woman with ex's name free world trip

    Elizabeth Gallagher

    CBC News

    Jordan Axani planned to travel around the world with his girlfriend Elizabeth Gallagher, until they broke up. Now, he'll embark on Sunday on the circumnavigation with Elizabeth Gallagher.

    No need for a double-take: The name may be the same, but the pe...

  • 12 best places to spend Christmas 2014

    Vilnius Tourist Board

    Any old city can string up a few lights downtown and call it a holiday celebration.

  • Atomic site could become new national park

    National Park Service logo

    National Park Service

    The Manhattan Project, the federal military program where leading scientists developed the atomic bomb in secret, could become a national historic park with the help of recently passed congressional legislation.

  • Turbulence injures passengers on flight

    Airplane

    An American Airlines plane en route from Seoul, South Korea to Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas diverted to Narita, Japan, Tuesday after several passengers and crew were injured by turbulence during the flight.

    American Flight 280 departed Incheon Internatio...

  • Airline stocks, profits soar thanks to oil plunge

    Delta Airlines jet, airplane

    Eric Miller/Reuters

    U.S. airlines are loving the drop in oil prices.

  • Airlines get $1 billion from baggage fees

    airplane wing, travel, flight

    It's hard to escape paying a fee for a checked bag these days, and it's starting to add up -- to nearly $1 billion.

  • R&B singer Jeremih arrested for boarding plane

    Jeremih

    Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for ABC

    Once your airplane's flight crew has shut the cabin doors in preparation for departure, don't open the door for a late-arriving boss.

  • Flight diverted over boiling water incident

    Plane

    sagarenas/SXC

    Earlier this month, "nut rage" prompted the pilot of a Korean Air flight on the tarmac of New York's JFK airport to turn back to the gate.

  • Passengers livid as Heathrow traffic piles up

    Airplane

    Though the air traffic control system for London airspace has been restored after a technical failure, angry passengers forced to deal with long delays and other hassles reported scenes of disorganization and "disaster" as a result of interruptions t...

  • Nuts row: Korean Air official to quit posts

    Korean Air

    Korean Air

    The Korean Air executive who kicked up a fuss over a bag of nuts will resign from her remaining posts with the airline, the company chairman -- who is also her father -- said Friday.

  • Air control system for London restored

    London airspace closed1

    Flightaware.com

    The air traffic control system for London airspace has been restored after a technical failure, the UK air traffic management company NATS said Friday, but travelers can expect disruptions and flight cancellations.

    "We are in the process of returning ...

  • San Francisco airport workers strike as storm bears down

    San Francisco Airport

    San Francisco Internationall Airport

    With a major storm bearing down, food workers at San Francisco International Airport went on a two-day strike Thursday over a labor contract dispute.

    The union that represents restaurant workers at the airport, Unite Here Local 2, said nearly 1,000 w...

  • You won't want to leave the airport when these amenities hit the terminals

    Airport herb garden

    Chicago Department of Aviation

    Having some time to kill at the airport may soon be something to look forward to.

    Airports are upping the ante when it comes to their retail offerings in an attempt to get travelers to spend more.

    Yoga rooms, high-end restaurants, local breweries, gar...

  • Lonely Planet's best U.S. spots for 2015

    Greenville, South Carolina

    Visit Greenville, SC

    Think you need a passport to explore high art, exotic beaches and incredible natural wonders around the world?

  • Are the Super Jumbo's days numbered?

    Emirates Airbus A380 seats

    Google Street View

    Could Airbus drop its Super Jumbo jet after just 10 years in production?

  • United flight attendants all get an iPhone 6

    iPhone 6

    From Apple

    Flight attendants prepare for take off -- and hang onto your iPhone 6 Plus.

  • Flight diverted after woman gives birth

    Southwest

    Southwest Airlines / via CNN

    Baby's first flight took on a whole new meaning when a woman gave birth aboard a Southwest Airlines flight in midair Tuesday morning.

    According to Southwest officials, the baby was born shortly after Flight 623's 6:24 a.m. PT takeoff with the assistan...

  • Stall warning went off before plane hit houses

    Maryland plane crash foam

    Pete Piringer/Montgomery Co Fire

    A stall warning went off in the cockpit before a plane plunged into a Maryland subdivision, killing six people in a fiery crash.

    But Robert Sumwalt, a member of the National Transportation Safety Board, said investigators haven't yet pinpointed what h...

  • Seat-kickers top air fliers' complaint list

    Airplane seats, airline, flight

    iStock / mikdam

    Hey, seat-kicker! We get that you paid for an airline seat that already seems too tiny.

  • Delta announces five-tiered seating plan

    Delta plane

    Michael Calloway/CNN

    No advanced seat selection, no changes or refunds.

  • Plane exec resigns over nuts on a plate row

    Korean Air

    Korean Air

    A Korean Air executive has resigned from some of her duties after she ordered a flight to be turned around to the gate and a flight attendant off the plane because she was served nuts in a bag instead of on a plate.

    Heather Cho, whose Korean name is C...

  • An end to the battle for the armrest?

    Soarigami armrest

    Soarigami

    Could this device finally bring a peaceful end to the great arms race in the sky?

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