It seems the antipathy felt toward the Transportation Security Administration isn’t limited to molested travelers. Lawmakers reviewing TSA performance records this week have slammed the agency’s performance as “pitiful.”
As a consumer trying to get a fair shake today, it often seems as if no matter what you do, the cards are stacked against you. But some people go to such lengths trying to beat the system, it’s downright scary.
If you thought you were being smart by clicking that product review on Amazon before buying, think again. Chances are good it was a fake.
Wells Fargo has proved to us once again that when big businesses make concessions for consumers, it’s often only because they have to.
When little things add up to big inconvenience, it’s no fairy tale.
Jennifer Aniston is taking off the gloves in a new Emirates ad that makes US airlines look, well, foolish.
Being an airline executive ain’t what it used to be. Air France executives literally lost their shirts after the company laid its cards on the table, revealing layoffs that will leave thousands jobless.
You’re late. You’re cramped. And you’re still irritated by that exorbitant change fee.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has gone on the record to say that he believes privacy is a fundamental human right. That’s big talk. But in the digital age, is it simply too much to ask?
Crowd-sourced reviews have finally reached their logical, nightmarish conclusion. The object: you.
A scathing exposé on the Better Business Bureau has many consumers asking, if you can’t trust the BBB, who can you trust?
The “big three” US airlines are feeling threatened by competition abroad, and for good reason.
The United States and Cuba are creeping steadily toward normalized airline service — and Jetblue is ready at the gates.
High above, from a big rig driver’s perch, there’s a lot of stupid. Stupid as far as the eye can see.
Ken Slusher and his girlfriend need to resolve a $2 million Verizon bill, or his home purchase may fall through.
Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra, beloved New York Yankees Hall of Fame catcher, died Tuesday at the age of 90. Berra will be remembered for a lot of things.
The travel agency promoted it as “Mystery in Morocco.” It was an all-inclusive vacation promising intrigue and romance, and the words were dripping with allure.
“You are such a moron.” That’s what you get called when you question an exorbitant price increase for a life-saving treatment at the giant hands of “big pharma.”
It’s been a long day. You drag your luggage down the hall to your hotel room door ready to sprawl out in luxurious abandon. Only, at a cramped 75 square feet, there will be no sprawling in this room.
Here’s an inspiring story about an airline going the extra mile for a passenger in the cheap seats.
If you’re one of United Airlines’ valued customers, you probably received a “personal” message from Oscar Munoz, United’s new president and CEO, yesterday.
“I’ve worked 17 years for AT&T,” the letter begins. “I have never, in all my years, imagined it would become the catastrophe it is now.”
It happened again. Another passenger has plunged to her death from the deck of a cruise ship.
Today, millions around the world were united in mourning over the fate of National Geographic Magazine, a singular voice in research, exploration and publishing since 1888.
United Airlines revealed yesterday that CEO, Jeff Smisek, and two other senior officials have stepped down amid a federal corruption investigation. But what does it mean to you?
If your upcoming flight plans include a layover at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, keep this adage in mind: Patience is a virtue.