In other news Tuesday, frustrated travelers in Russia protested about airport conditions after being stuck since an ice storm knocked out power Sunday. Reportedly, some people charged ticket counters and beat up airline workers. Continue reading
The paralyzed air travel system in the Northeast slowly came to life Tuesday after a monster snowstorm stranded thousands. Gwen Ifill speaks with USA Today aviation reporter Ben Mutzabaugh about why it will take days to unravel the transportation mess. Continue reading
The snow has stopped falling but thousands of weary travelers are still stranded at airports on the East Coast, hoping for a coveted seat on the limited flights that have resumed. For those that couldn’t find a seat, the prolonged stay in terminals continues. Continue reading
Travelers pull their suitcases through the snow in Times Square in New York, U.S., on Monday, Dec. 27, 2010. New York City’s major airports began resuming operations late today after the heaviest December snowfall in six decades left travelers in … Continue reading
Thousands of U.S. travelers found their holiday weekends unexpectedly extended due to a massive winter storm that roared up the East Coast, dumping more than a foot of snow in some places in the Northeast and canceling thousands of flights. Jeffrey Brown has the latest on efforts to get stranded passengers to their destinations. Continue reading
In January, southern Sudanese will vote on whether they want to stay with the north or become their own country. Posters touting the separation of the south are planted all over the walls in the southern city of Juba — … Continue reading
Winter Storm Strands Travelers, Blankets East Coast Canceled flights and snow-covered roads are creating frustrating conditions for travelers on the East Coast as airport closures in New York City and other hubs compounded the misery of post-holiday transport.
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson recently returned from a private visit to North Korea. Margaret Warner speaks with him about the trip and tensions on the Korean peninsula. Continue reading