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Beijing Mayor: Smog Makes Our City 'Unlivable'

Tourism in Beijing is down 10 percent as the city struggles to establish clean air standards.

FBI Investigates Online Bomb Threats Against U.S. Airlines

The FBI is probing a series of threatening tweets, often made in the name of ISIS, aimed at least 20 commercial aircraft flying in the U.S.

Will SkyMall Fly Again?

A former advertiser known for tech-friendly apparel is pursuing an acquisition of SkyMall days after the in-flight catalog filed for bankruptcy.

Northeast Blizzard Causes Thousands of Flight Cancellations

Hundreds of passengers were stranded overnight at New York's John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia airports as a blizzard swept through the area.

You Asked: By How Much Did the Storm Miss New York City?

New York City was prepared for the worst and virtually shut down Monday night, but the city saw less than a foot of snow.

JFK Passengers Trapped After Six-Hour Ordeal on Tarmac

Passengers on a Virgin Atlantic flight had to sit on the tarmac for six hours before being stuck back at terminal — with absolutely nowhere to go.

Luke Russert Finds Heroes of an Empty LaGuardia Airport

With thousands of flights cancelled, and travelers stranded in airports throughout the east coast, Luke Russert points out the most important people are sometimes the ones who just come to their job, and serve a little coffee.

Car Stuck in a Snowstorm? Do the Rockaway

Our #blizzard2015 present to you: Here are a few simple tips and tricks to get your snow-submerged car out onto the road!

JFK Passengers Stuck on Tarmac for Six Hours

Passengers on a Virgin Atlantic flight had to sit on the tarmac for six hours before being stuck back at terminal — with absolutely nowhere to go.

'A Complete Disaster': After Six-Hour Tarmac Delay, Flyers Face Stall

Passengers on a Virgin Atlantic flight had to sit on the tarmac for six hours before being stuck back at terminal — with absolutely no where to go.

Northeast Blizzard Cripples Air Travel

Airlines have canceled thousands of flights into and out some of the busiest airports in the country as a historic blizzard approaches the Northeast.

Why the Supreme Court Is Acting on Lethal Injections

In the wake of a botched execution in Oklahoma, the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case brought by three death row inmates on lethal injection.

Caribbean Travel Unfazed by Cuba Opening - For Now

There's pent-up U.S. desire to travel to Cuba, but the hotels, roads and air routes haven't caught up yet, experts say.

TSA Discovers Record Number of Firearms in Carry-On Bags

The TSA discovered a record 2,212 firearms in carry-on bags this year, up from 660 a decade ago, and the vast majority of them were loaded.

What Can $100 Buy in Havana?

CNBC's Washington reporter Eamon Javers went to Cuba to find out much rum and cigars $100 will buy.

Protests and Papal Visits: The Week in Pictures

Pint-sized Swiss guards await Papal visit, reminders of a historic Selma march, children stand up for a seized playground and more.

Inside the Cuba That Americans Never See

Varadero Beach, a top tourist destination in Cuba, is part of a booming construction business with the help of European investors.

This Is Officially the World's Busiest Airport

This year, Chicago's O'Hare International Airport took back the honor of world's busiest airport from Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson.

Tourists Flock to Cuba's Famed Varadero Beach

Varadero Beach, the top tourist destination in Cuba, is part of a booming construction business with the help of European investors.

Chuck Todd: 'Middle Class Squeeze' Will Be an Issue in 2016

NBC's Chuck Todd expects middle class economic issues to move to the forefront during the next two years and eventually into the 2016 presidential race.

Man Survives Being Pinned Between Two Semi's

A driver is lucky to be alive after his car is pinned between two semi-trucks, in a massive pileup on an Oregon highway. NBC's Peter Alexander reports the man only needed two band-aids for minior scratches.

Call for Crackdown After Drone Gets Too Close to Jet

U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer is calling on the federal government Friday to release rule for the use of unmanned drones.

Call for Crackdown After Drone Gets Too Close to Jet

U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer is calling on the federal government Friday to release rule for the use of unmanned drones.

This Week's Most Stunning Images From Around the World

Paris unites for Charlie, Yosemite hikers complete historic ascent, the Ducks get shot down and more.

U.S. Fines Southwest Airlines $1.6 Million For Runway Delays

The U.S. government fined Southwest Airlines Co $1.6 million for violating rules barring long waits for passengers in planes on the runway.

Why You Shouldn't Pack Your Bags for Cuba Just Yet

Sweeping new changes will make it easier for Americans to visit Cuba for the first time in decades. But obstacles and inconveniences remain.

What Are the Approved Reasons for Traveling to Cuba?

The U.S. is severely loosening travel and trade restrictions with Cuba.

RV Sales Booming

WFLA's Melissa Beckman reports on how low fuel prices and a healthy economy are contributing to booming RV sales.

See the Moment Climbers Complete Historic El Capitan Ascent

Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson reached the summit of Yosemite's El Capitan mountain after free climbing up the Dawn Wall.

False Bomb Threat Grounds Plane at Rome Airport

No bomb was found aboard Niki Luftfahrt Flight 8471, which was scheduled to carry 82 passengers from Rome's Fiumicino airport to Vienna, Austria.


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