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  • Want to travel to Cuba? Don't pack your bags yet

    Americans are one step closer to being able to vacation in Cuba, but don't pack your bathing suit and sunscreen just yet. A new set of government regulations takes effect Friday, severely loosening travel and trade restrictions that have been in place...
  • As weather pushes wreckage of crashed AirAsia plane, search area will shift slightly

    The search operation for AirAsia Flight 8501 will spread slightly eastward on Tuesday as the weather and currents drag wreckage in that direction, the head of Indonesia's rescue agency said. Bad weather has made it difficult to locate parts of the...
  • Snow moves in, more numbing cold to follow

    Snow moves in, more numbing cold to follow
    This week's snowfall is telling Chicagoans that winter has arrived. And continued subzero temperatures and wind chills as low as minus 30 degrees Tuesday and Wednesday should serve notice it’s not leaving anytime soon. "It looks to be pretty,...
  • L.A. tourism expected to set its fourth record in as many years

    L.A. tourism expected to set its fourth record in as many years
    In another sign L.A. is shaking off the worst recession since World War II, local tourism in 2014 is expected to set its fourth record in as many years and Los Angeles International Airport — after more than a decade of struggle — will finally...
  • Southwest Airlines adds Leinenkugel's beers on all flights

    MILWAUKEE Southwest Airlines said Friday it is adding Leinenkugel's seasonal brews on all of its flights. A Leinie's will cost $5 unless you have drink coupons that are distributed as part of Southwest's Business Select or Rapid Rewards programs....
  • FAA employee arrested after flying with gun in carry-on

    FAA employee arrested after flying with gun in carry-on
    A Federal Aviation Administration employee is under investigation after flying from Atlanta to New York with a gun in his carry-on, authorities said Friday. The employee on Tuesday used a badge to gain access to a secure area of Hartsfield-Jackson...
  • Cautious investors saw surprising results in 2014

     Cautious investors saw surprising results in 2014
    Last year didn't turn out to be what analysts thought it would be for stocks in Illinois or nationally, as surprise twists in the economy turned expected losers into winners and global behemoths like Caterpillar into losers. In general, companies that...
  • SeaPort officials harbor hope for new route

    SeaPort officials harbor hope for new route
    SeaPort Airlines, a Portland, Oregon-based carrier with routes in nine U.S. states and Baja, California, in Mexico, will begin nonstop service between Burbank’s Bob Hope Airport and Visalia Municipal Airport in the San Joaquin Valley on Feb. 9. The...
  • Air Force approves a bomber training airspace expansion over northern Plains

    The Air Force on Friday approved a proposal to expand a bomber training area over the northern Plains, a move that helps keep a South Dakota base open but has raised concerns over loud, low-flying aircraft disrupting civilian flights and damaging rural...
  • AirAsia fuselage to be lifted after sea conditions again foil divers' examination of wreckage

    An Indonesian official says the crashed AirAsia jet's fuselage will be lifted to the surface after sea conditions again prevented divers from examining the large chunk of wreckage. National Search and Rescue Agency chief Henry Bambang Soelistyo said...
  • Low gas prices great for everyone, especially for people who drive for a living

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. They're not getting rich working out of their cars. But with gasoline prices plunging, the road to making a living is a lot less bumpy. For pizza delivery drivers, cabbies and anyone else fueling up their personal vehicles every few...