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TripAdvisor Fined $600,000 in Italy Over False Reviews

Italy's antitrust authority says the travel-planning company had failed to adopt controls to prevent false reviews,

Wet Christmas Weather Threatens to Disrupt Holiday Travel

Forecasters are predicting stormy weather this Christmas just as millions of Americans are waiting for last-minute packages and loved ones to arrive.

One piece, three ways: Jill Martin's tips for wearing a white button-down shirt

It's a wardrobe staple that you surely own, but have you really taken advantage of its versatility? Believe it or not, a standard white button-down shirt is much more than your go-to top for the office. It can even work for a formal affair. TODAY contributor Jill Martin shows us three very different ways to rock this classic all throughout the holiday season (and beyond!).

Everything Fills Guardian of Time's Collection

Over the last 60 years, Domenico Agostinelli has collected everything from a dinosaur egg to a car that once belonged to Al Capone.

On the hunt for L.L. Bean 'duck' boots? Here are a few alternatives

Who knew that a 102-year-old could be so hip? The classic "bean boot" was invented in 1902 by Leon Leonwood Bean himself. The boot even inspired him to launch L.L. Bean in the first place, according to L.L. Bean senior public affairs manager Carolyn Beem. The boot's design hasn't changed much since then, but the its popularity certainly has.

State Department Issues Worldwide Travel Alert for Americans

Citing the deadly hostage standoff in Sydney, Australia, the State Department has issued a worldwide travel alert for American citizens.

German Christmas Markets Dazzle Millions

Lights, Kugels, ornaments and cheer attract millions of visitors to traditional Christmas markets.

TSA: Gun Seizures Increasing Across U.S.

While it's legal in some cases to transport guns or knives in checked luggage, a TSA official discusses the recent spike in guns and other potential weapons found in carry-on baggage. KVOA's John Patrick reports.

Amid Scrutiny, Uber Says It Will Focus More on Safety

Taxi alternative Uber is responding to public concerns that its drivers are not adequately screened for past criminal convictions.

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A tango for Pope Francis, Sydney under siege, California gets much needed rain, Maasai warriors jump high, and more.

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Woo! Singing mom’s makeover hits high note with hubby, baby

Today's Ambush Makeovers didn't disappoint as hairstylist Louis Licari and TODAY contributor Jill Martin gave some hot holiday looks to two moms visiting the TODAY plaza. Watch the video to see what they look like now!See more amazing Ambush Makeovers!

Flier Opened Jet's Emergency Exit for 'Fresh Air'

The fresh-air incident occurred when the Xiamen Flight MF8453 flier suddenly opened the emergency door as the plane was preparing to take off.

Passengers Describe Terrifying Flight With Severe Mid-Air Turbulence

Americans Airlines Flight 280 was flying from Seoul, South Korea to Dallas when suddently at 34,000 feet it hit extreme turbulence.

Cuban-Americans in Little Havana React to Obama Policy Shift

The reversal in U.S.-Cuban relations was welcomed by some who say it will allow them to visit their families in Cuba, while others denounced it.

Cubans Hope Change in U.S.-Cuba Relations is Boost to Economy

Crippled by a longstanding embargo, improved relations could mean U.S. investments, a booming cigar market and freer travel between countries.

Can Americans Travel to Cuba Right Now?

Even though a 1962 U.S. trade embargo restricts travel to Cuba, some Americans are allowed to travel there if they follow certain rules.

Five Injured on Turbulent American Airlines Flight

Five people were injured Tuesday when a flight flying between South Korea and Dallas-Fort Worth encountered severe turbulence.

What Was the Most Googled Word of 2014?

The most searched for topics on Google in 2014 included Ebola, the missing Malaysia Airlines plane and the World Cup. But who took the top spot?

Tamron's Tuesday Trends: How to wear winter white like a pro

"Throw the rule book out the window!" said Jacqui Stafford, author of "The Wow Factor," on TODAY Tuesday. That especially applies to the outdated notion about not wearing white after Labor Day. As Tamron has proven, winter is the perfect time to wear clothes as white as snow. At workA monochrome white outfit will instantly elongate your look.

The Year in Pictures: 2014

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Kenya's Maasai Warriors Scrap Lion Hunt for Olympics

The Maasai Olympics were created to encourage athletic competitions to replace the traditional lion-hunting as the way to earn status.

All London Airspace Closes After Computer Failure

A computer failure forced a brief closure of all airspace over London Friday, causing delays and grounding flights at London's Heathrow Airport.

All London Airspace Closes After Computer Failure

A computer failure forced a brief closure of all airspace over London Friday, causing delays and grounding flights at London's Heathrow Airport.

System Restored After Glitch Restricts Airspace Over London

Airspace over London was restricted following a computer failure on Friday that triggered chaos at the British capital's five airports.

'Technical Problem' Shuts London's Airspace for Hours

Airspace over London was closed for what officials said would be hours following a computer failure.

First-Class Spat: Exec's Daughter 'Sorry' For 'Nut Rage'

Cho Hyun-ah, who was head of cabin service at Korean Air, was angered when a flight attendant in first class offered her macadamia nuts in a bag.

Three Dead After Blaze Aboard Cruise Ship

Oceania Cruises said three people died on the cruise ship Insignia when it had a fire in the engine room Thursday morning.

United Flight Stuck on Tarmac for 7 Hours in Australia

Passengers aboard a 15-hour United Airlines flight from San Francisco to Sydney found themselves stranded for an extra seven hours.

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