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12 best places to spend Christmas 2014

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

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Atomic site could become new national park

The Manhattan Project, the federal military program where leading scientists developed the atomic bomb in secret, could become a national historic park with…

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Turbulence injures passengers on flight

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…

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Airline stocks, profits soar thanks to oil plunge

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

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Airlines get $1 billion from baggage fees

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.

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R&B singer Jeremih arrested for boarding plane

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.

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Flight diverted over boiling water incident

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.

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Passengers livid as Heathrow traffic piles up

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…

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Nuts row: Korean Air official to quit posts

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…

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Air control system for London restored

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…

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