Monthly Archives: October 2017

Homeland Security sets Real ID travel deadline for 2018

WASHINGTON — Airline passengers will need more secure driver’s licenses called Real ID starting Jan. 22, 2018, if they want to use them as identification at airport checkpoints, the Department of Homeland Security announced Friday.

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Turkey and US Slash Each Other’s Visas

The United States, becoming increasingly isolationist under President Donald Trump, is scaling back visa services in yet another country amid growing diplomatic tensions.

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United Airlines finally reveals how new overbooking compensation system works

United Airlines is now detailing how the carrier’s new voluntary overbooking compensation system will play out.

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Mysterious State Department Illnesses Cause New Cuba Travel Warning

The State Department is warning Americans to not travel to Cuba as the source of “significant injuries” to more than 20 United States diplomats remains unresolved.

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