• By Newsday   -   Nov 13, 2018

    OFFICIALS: VEGAS AIR CONTROLLER WHO WENT SILENT HAS RESIGNED

    Authorities say an air traffic controller who became incapacitated during a solo stint on a night shift last week in the tower at busy...

    Business, International, Las Vegas
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 13, 2018

    STATE SAYS PERMIT FOR REFINERY NEAR NATIONAL PARK JUSTIFIED

    Attorneys for North Dakota's Health Department say the agency didn't improperly discount its own concerns about a proposed oil refinery...

    Health
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 13, 2018

    DISNEY WORLD BLOCKS MAN WHO DISPLAYED TRUMP SIGNS

    A man who displayed signs supporting Donald Trump is permanently not permitted at all Walt Disney World properties for violating the...

  • By Newsday   -   Nov 13, 2018

    GREEK AUTHORITIES SAY LOST ANCIENT CITY OF TENEA IS LOCATED

    Greece's culture ministry says archaeologists have located the first tangible remains of a lost ancient city that, according to tradition,...

    Greece, Culture, City
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 13, 2018

    DEADLINE EXTENDED TO HELP RESTORE HARVEY-DAMAGED LA NINA

    A Texas city has extended a deadline to find someone to preserve and restore a Hurricane Harvey-damaged replica of a ship used by explorer...

    City
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 13, 2018

    TRANSATLANTIC BUDGET FLYING GETS A REALITY CHECK

    For those hoping for ever cheaper fares on long-haul flights, this month's takeover of Icelandic airline Wow was not good news

    Airlines
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 13, 2018

    DRILLING OVERWHELMS AGENCY PROTECTING AMERICA'S LANDS

    The Bureau of Land Management is making it easier to produce oil and gas on federal acreage. In southeastern New Mexico, it can't even...

  • By Newsday   -   Nov 13, 2018

    AMUSEMENT PARK RIDE BREAKS, STRANDS PATRONS 100 FEET IN AIR

    An amusement ride at New Jersey's Six Flags Great Adventure broke unexpectedly over the weekend, leaving passengers suspended 100 feet...

    Weekends, Adventure
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 13, 2018

    MEXICO TO HOLD ANOTHER REFERENDUM, THIS TIME ON NEW TRAIN

    Mexico's president-elect says he will hold another public referendum later this month on his proposal for a railway to connect the...

  • By Newsday   -   Nov 12, 2018

    TRAVELERS CAN FIND TOOLS TO WEIGH SAFETY OF FOREIGN AIRLINES

    Travel agents say the Lion Air crash is making some Americans more wary about flying on smaller global airlines

    Traveling, Airlines, Travel
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 12, 2018

    GLOBAL THEME PARK INDUSTRY HAS SMALLEST GROWTH IN 5 YEARS

    An industry group says the global theme park market grew 5 percent last year, but it was the smallest growth in the past five years

    Theme Park
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 12, 2018

    DIVERS HAUL IN LARGE AMOUNT OF DEBRIS FROM MARINE MONUMENT

    A team of divers hauled in nearly 165,000 pounds of abandoned fishing nets and plastic waste from a recent cleanup expedition at Papahanaumokuakea...

  • By Newsday   -   Nov 12, 2018

    FRONTIER PILOTS COULD BE CLOSE TO REACHING NEW CONTRACT

    Frontier Airlines pilots could be close to reaching a new contract after over two years of talks

    Airlines
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 12, 2018

    ALEXANDER HAMILTON DESCENDANT LOANS HEIRLOOMS TO MUSEUM

    The fifth-great-grandson of Alexander Hamilton was in Philadelphia Monday to loan some family heirlooms to the Museum of the American...

    Philadelphia, Museum, Family
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 12, 2018

    AAA PREDICTS MOST THANKSGIVING TRAVELERS IN 13 YEARS

    AAA predicts this year will have the highest volume of Thanksgiving travel since 2005

    Traveling, Travel
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 12, 2018

    SOME SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FIRE EVACUATIONS LIFTED

    Some people who had to flee their homes due to Southern California's huge wildfire are being allowed to return home, and a major freeway...

    People, Home
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 12, 2018

    2 MORE CROSSINGS OPEN THROUGH CYPRUS' ETHNIC DIVIDE

    Several hundred Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots walked through a newly opened crossing point at Dherynia, a village in Cyprus'...

  • By Newsday   -   Nov 12, 2018

    BATH, ENGLAND: AFTER YOU'VE SEEN LONDON, VISIT THIS RELAXED URBAN CENTER A SHORT TRAIN RIDE AWAY

    Highlights include a medieval abbey, stately Georgian architecture and, yes, a thermal bath.

    London, England
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 11, 2018

    BRUNO MARS TO PROVIDE THANKSGIVING MEALS FOR 24K IN HAWAII

    Bruno Mars will mark the end of his massive "24K Magic World Tour" by providing meals to 24,000 Hawaii residents in need for the Thanksgiving...

    Tour, Holiday
  • By Newsday   -   Nov 11, 2018

    RALLY IN DC WILL SEEK PRESERVATION OF TRIBE'S RESERVATION

    Native American leaders will march in Washington, D.C. in support of a Massachusetts tribe seeking to protect its reservation lands