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  • Rules for frequent fliers are changing

    Rules for frequent fliers are changing
    Frequent-flier miles have taken me around the world. African safaris, a snorkeling trip on the Great Barrier Reef, a Baltic Sea cruise and treks in the Himalayas have all been possible thanks to airfare paid with miles. So it was a shock when a group...
  • Longest-serving AA flight attendant takes last flight

    Longest-serving AA flight attendant takes last flight
    After 52 years of serving fliers on American Airlines planes, Barbara Beckett is preparing to be grounded. The Boynton Beach resident was scheduled to take her last trip as a flight attendant Monday from Miami International Airport to London Heathrow...
  • Don't laugh, the UK's menu is no Eton mess anymore

    Don't laugh, the UK's menu is no Eton mess anymore
    When I mentioned to my mother that among the many delights of a recent family trip to southwestern England and London was the terrific food, she hesitated, then replied: "Oh, really?" Clearly her memories of dining in the United Kingdom during her own...
  • U.S. got 'heads-up' on British detention of Glenn Greenwald's partner

    U.S. got 'heads-up' on British detention of Glenn Greenwald's partner
    WASHINGTON – The Obama administration was notified in advance that the British government planned to detain the partner of the journalist working with former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden to release classified information...
  • Britain asked to explain detention of Snowden reporter's partner

    Britain asked to explain detention of Snowden reporter's partner
    Pressure is building on British authorities to explain the use of anti-terrorism legislation to detain the partner of an American journalist who published information about U.S. surveillance leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward...
  • Britain defends detaining the partner of Edward Snowden journalist

    LONDON – Stung by mounting criticism, the British government Tuesday defended the detention of the partner of an American journalist who helped reveal widespread spying by the U.S. National Security Agency, saying that authorities had a duty to...
  • Britain vs. David Miranda, and Glenn Greenwald

     Britain vs. David Miranda, and Glenn Greenwald
    Police at London's Heathrow Airport detained the partner and assistant of journalist Glenn Greenwald for nearly nine hours on Sunday and confiscated his cellphone and computer. It's hard to see the mistreatment of David Miranda as anything other than an...
  • New Snowden documents allege U.S. spying on Brazil, Mexico

    New Snowden documents allege U.S. spying on Brazil, Mexico
    SAO PAULO, Brazil --New documents leaked by former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden allege that Washington spied on the presidents of Mexico and Brazil, further complicating relations weeks before Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s...
  • Web buzz: Jetradar app seeks out cheaper fares

    This flight comparison app can help you find cheaper rates than some of your favorite online travel agencies. Name: Jetradar Available for: iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch What it does: It's a search engine that finds airfares at 20 airlines, 23 online...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'How I Live Now'

    The outbreak of World War III is viewed through the narrow but steadily captivating lens of an American teenager dwelling abroad in "How I Live Now," a story of young love that quickens into a harrowing survival thriller. Held together by a forceful...
  • British Airways to welcome A380 to LAX on Tuesday

    British Airways to welcome A380 to LAX on Tuesday
    British Airways’ first A380 is to land at LAX on Tuesday, becoming the sixth international airline to launch service using the big jet. The new jet, flying what British Airways is calling the "red carpet route," is expected to arrive at LAX at 7:...