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North America's First New-Build Delta Hotel by Marriott Opens in Allen, Texas

The 300-room property features 90,000 square feet of meeting space and a Stephan Pyles restaurant.

TSA Absentee Rate Still High, But Down From Sunday's Peak

Officials say the rate of airport screeners gone AWOL during the shutdown has stabilized just days before a big holiday weekend.  

Airports, Customs, Trade: Europe Tries to Prep for a Chaotic Brexit

A no-deal British break with the EU could shake up the rest of the continent in ways still unclear.

From Travel to IPOs, How the Shutdown Is Upsetting the U.S. Economy

As the partial government shutdown moves through its fourth week with no end in sight, the economic blow is being felt not only by federal workers, but also by...

Super Bowl Planners: Shutdown Brings 'Uncharted Territory'

Atlanta's mayor is concerned about the waits that could result when the city hosts the 2019 Super Bowl.

Infestations: Top U.S. Cities for Bed Bugs

Orkin once again releases its Top 50 list for the invasive insects.

Number of No-Show Airport Security Screeners Soars in Shutdown

More and more TSA officers across the nation stayed home Sunday and again Monday in lieu of not being paid since the federal shutdown began Dec. 22.

Strike by German Airport Security Staff Causes Travel Chaos

Job action at eight airports across the country could affect up to 220,000 passengers.
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