WFTS: When Will Cruises Resume?
Some industry leaders argue cruising should be open for vaccinated people.
Paying to skip the TSA line is tempting, but what's the catch?
Skipping the long TSA lines have become yet another cost being tacked on to air travel, but what's the best option?By AP
Department of Transportation announces $800 million for roadway safety
In 2021, the U.S. hit a 16-year high when 42,915 people died from traffic crashes in the U.S.By Michael Macor / AP
Winter storm causes 3rd day of dangerous, icy conditions
The storm began Monday as part of an expected "several rounds" of wintry precipitation through Wednesday in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Tennessee.By Elias Valverde II / The Dallas Morning News via AP
Minus-60 wind chills expected for some states this weekend
When wind chills reach minus 25, frostbite can occur in 15 minutes.By Tony Gutierrez / AP
Mortgage rates fall for 4th consecutive week
The average rate for a 30-year mortgage dropped slightly by 0.04% to 6.09%.By John Raoux / AP
China: Balloon over US skies is for research, wind pushed it off track
The Pentagon decided not to shoot down the balloon because of concerns about hurting people on the ground.By Larry Mayer/The Billings Gazette via AP