Recent reports of people infected with measles visiting five different U.S. airports have prompted fears of potential outbreaks in multiple regions of the country.
Health officials urged unvaccinated members of the public to get their shots.
These unusual or beautiful airports are a destination in themselves—you might even hope to get stuck in them.
The president said the army "manned the air, it rammed the ramparts, it took over the airports, it did everything it had to do."
"We need to stand up for our values," said Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye. "To make sure liberal values that make Britain such a great place to live are shared with the world."
Customs agents seized 5,255 baby red-eared slider turtles they found in suitcases belonging to two Indian men, who claimed they were selling the reptiles as pets.
Changes to the TSA mean Americans will have to update their IDs. Does that mean bringing a passport for a domestic flight?
The Moncton (YQM) and Gander (YQX) air traffic controller's association left a "PIZZA!!" note explaining they'd ordered 32 pizzas from Gino's in Ronkonkoma, New York that were delivered Saturday evening to help feed the workers amid the government shutdown.
Unions representing TSA workers, air traffic controllers and airline pilots are demanding that President Donald Trump and Congress end a 16-day partial government shutdown that has wreaked havoc on air travel, with long security wait times and concerns about safety.
Poor visibility caused by heavy wind and rain is causing travel chaos across the U.S.
A note stuck on the front of the bag read "Bomb to Brisbane."
The disease can take three weeks to show symptoms.
The PSA reads "Cannabis is legal, traveling with it is not. Leave it in California."
American Airlines will decrease the distance between some rows from 31 to 29 inches.
President Donald Trump has slammed the state of airports in the United States. He may have a point.
A federal judge has temporarily halted President Donald Trump's executive order regarding refugees and Muslim immigrants.
The ruling was cheered at several major U.S. airports where protesters angry with Trump's order gathered.
Taxpayers will pay twice, with subsidies for developers, then tolls.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection said delays lasted for four hours on Monday night.