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Airline vet to lead Amtrak in a summer of repairs, reckoning
America's railroad is counting on an airline industry veteran's leadership during a summer of reckoning for congested tracks and crumbling infrastructure
Plane lands safely at Kennedy Airport after laser reported
The Federal Aviation Administration says a plane landed safely at New York's Kennedy Airport after the crew reported seeing a green laser
Angry at Trump-like Caesar, emailers insult wrong theater
A Massachusetts Shakespeare company says vicious emails it's gotten from people angry about a production of "Julius Caesar" in which a Donald Trump-like character gets assassinated are misdirected, since it had nothing to do with the play in New York
Delta adds facial recognition kiosks at Twin Cities airport
Delta Air Lines says it is the first airline to use facial recognition technology to speed the process of checking baggage
Protester arrested after interrupting controversial NYC staging of 'Julius Caesar' with Trump lookalike
Two protesters interrupted a performance in New York City's Central Park Friday night of "Julius Caesar," in which the role of the Roman dictator is played by a President Trump lookalike who is fatally stabbed during a bloody scene. Tonight's production of Julius Caesar interrupted by two
Public Theater stands by its controversial 'Julius Caesar'
In its version of Shakespeare's play, Caesar is Trump lookalike killed onstage.
Public Theater stands by its controversial 'Julius Caesar' with Trump lookalike
After two companies dropped their sponsorship of the production, New York’s Public Theater is standing by its controversial production of "Julius Caesar," in which the title character, a Trump lookalike, is assassinated on stage. "We stand completely behind our production of 'Julius Caesar the
Shakespeare play sponsors pull out over Trump controversy
A Central Park staging of "Julius Caesar" shows the killing of the Roman politician, who appears to be dressed like Donald Trump.
Flying with peanut allergies: How airlines react
Shortly after boarding a flight, Sydney Silverman, 13, equipped with her own disinfecting wipes, takes a moment to vigilantly wipe down her seat and the seats next to her. Every stitch, tray table, pocket and armrest must be tended to. Sydney has practiced this routine for years, taking over her
Emotional support dog attacks passenger on flight
A man was severely injured on a Delta Air Lines flight after officials say he was attacked by another passenger's emotional support dog just prior to takeoff Sunday. According to an incident report, a passenger identified as "Mr. Mundy," a current military service member, had an emotional support