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Millions of Americans are loading up their cars or piling onto planes, determined to reclaim Thanksgiving traditions that were put on pause last year by the pandemic.
Tens of millions of Americans who work at companies with 100 or more employees will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4 or get tested for the virus weekly. The new government rules were issued Thursday.
The Biden administration is detailing its new international COVID-19 air travel policies for most foreign travelers to the U.S, which will include exemptions for kids and new federal contact tracing requirements.
Several leading U.S. airlines warned Thursday that the rise in COVID-19 cases due to the delta variant is hurting their bookings and further delaying a recovery for the travel industry.
Ask anyone old enough to remember travel before Sept. 11, 2001, and you're likely to get a gauzy recollection of what flying was like.
The airline industry convinced tens of thousands of employees to quit last year, and now some of them don't have enough pilots or flight attendants.
Americans are hitting the road in near-record numbers at the start of the holiday weekend. More than 1.8 million people went through U.S. airports Thursday.
A Southwest Airlines flight attendant lost two teeth when she was attacked by a passenger this weekend, and the president of her union calls it part of a disturbing increase in unruly passengers.
While the overall number of lives lost to COVID-19 in the U.S. has eclipsed 575,000, deaths have plummeted to an average of about 670 per day from a peak of around 3,400 in mid-January.
Some of Georgia’s most prominent corporate leaders are beginning to more forcefully criticize the state’s sweeping new election law, acknowledging the concerns of civil rights activists and Black business executives who say the law targets non-white voters.
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