Attorney Geoffrey Feiger has filed a $2 million lawsuit against a North Carolina Pastor who is accused of urinating on a Detroit woman
Daniel Chalmers has been identified as the well-known pastor from North Carolina who police said urinating on a sleeping passenger on a Delta flight to Detroit.
Middle seats will once again be filled on flights beginning a week after Thanksgiving, and just ahead of the rest of the travel season, Southwest Airlines confirmed.
TSA said it screened 1,031,505 people at security checkpoints nationwide on Oct. 18, 2020. The agency hasn’t seen that volume since March 17.
A Detroit woman says she was sleeping on a flight home from Las Vegas when a man, identified as a North Carolina pastor, urinated on her.
Detroit bus service wast halted Friday morning due to a driver's dispute.
American Airlines said that they are investigating the incident and that they follow CDC guidelines.
Southwest evaluated its policies and procedures based on “science and evolved guidance from the CDC and broader medical community,” Ryan Green, SVP & chief marketing officer, said in a recent press release.
Will Smith is turning the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” mansion into an Airbnb rental. The listing will be available for Los Angeles County residents starting next month.
A mother says she was "humiliated" when she was escorted off a Southwest flight Saturday because her 2-year-old was snacking without a mask prior to takeoff.
Michigan drivers would no longer need a hard copy of a vehicle's registration or an annual sticker on license plates under pending legislation.
Airlines are trying to convince a frightened public that measures like mandatory face masks and hospital-grade air filters make sitting in a plane safer than many other indoor settings during the coronavirus pandemic, but it isn’t working.
Whether you're still reporting for work every day or working from home during the pandemic, you need to take a break.
Flying can increase your risk of exposure to infection, but airlines are taking precautions and you can too.
The president brought up the “Explore America” Tax Credit during a White House roundtable last month.
Most of the trip planning is domestic, people feel safer in their cars.
Fishman says there usually aren't as many people on board and airlines are taking plenty of precautions. Companies are trying to meet the challenge of rebuilding trust for travelers and making them feel safe while the pandemic hopefully subsides in the coming months.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources said late Wednesday that any plans for spring camping at state campgrounds are canceled through at least June 21 in response to the coronavirus crisis.
"It feels so good to be home, there is a lot of uncertainty especially in Europe," she said.
Trump said the restrictions won't apply to the United Kingdom and the U.S. would monitor the situation to determine if travel could be reopened earlier.