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Maryland WeatherThe National Weather Service's Sterling, Va. forecast office has disowned the list of Top 20 Snowstorms for Baltimore that was posted on its Web site for many years. In the wake of the Feb. 5-6 storm, concerns were raised about the......
The Swampby Mark Silva and Michael Muskal That kiddie-chatter from the control tower at JFK International Airport is the air-traffic-control heard 'round the world today. And Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood isn't laughing. The secretary today promised senators...
Maryland WeatherThe winter of 2009-2010 will still go down in the history books as the snowiest on record for Baltimore. But in the end it will be three inches less stupendous than we thought.Meteorologists at the National Weather Service have just finished adjusting.......
The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsFort Lauderdale City Commissioners are mulling what to do with Fort Lauderdale Stadium, abandoned last year by the Baltimore Orioles, who found a better deal for their spring training operations in Sarasota. On Tuesday, the commission agreed to keep its.....
Tags: Baseball, Rentals, Baltimore Orioles, Transportation, Travel
The Swampby Mark Silva President Barack Obama, who planned to fly to Poland tonight to attend the funeral of former Polish President Lech Kaczynski, today cancelled that journey because of the plume of volcanic ash from Iceland that has closed airports......
The trip was to celebrate the Robertses' 20th wedding anniversary, and for the most part it was spectacular. It certainly started innocently enough. On Oct. 11, Paul Roberts and his wife, Judy, checked in online for their United Airlines flight to...
Tags: Jon Yates, Ceremonies, Culture, United Air Lines, Transportation
Every month, the U.S. Department of Transportation releases a fascinating window into the American aviation system, and it's there for everyone to see. The Air Travel Consumer Report usually is released at the second week of each month, with a head-...
As travelers start thinking about winging off to summer vacations, many could learn a few things from expert fliers to ensure they get the best value for their money when booking flights. Price and flight schedules are clearly the primary factors for...
Delays may average 50 minutes per flight at O'Hare International Airport this week because of fewer air traffic controllers in the tower until the federal budget sequestration is resolved, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. It would be the...
My last column offered the perspective of small women explaining why they sometimes have to put their airline seats back. I can tell you that they were very much in the minority of people who responded to my original column airing my gripes about...
Tags: Transportation, Travel, Trips and Vacations
I'm not the only one who thinks reclining airline seats and some of the people who recline them are obnoxious. Although I got lots of support in the wake of my recent column about the lack of airline leg room, I also heard from a few women who...
Sandy Valdivieso and her husband intended to fly from Los Angeles to Dakar, Senegal. They ended up almost 7,000 miles off-course in Dhaka, Bangladesh. How something this bizarre could happen illustrates how a single mix-up on an airline's part can...
Tags: Consumers, Africa, Transportation Industry, Senegal, Bangladesh
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