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Recent articles by David:

Customs and Border Protection outage snarls major airports

A temporary computer outage affected the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency Friday. → Read More

Customs and Border Protection outage snarls major airports

DALLAS (AP) - Travelers flying into the United States on Friday ran into long lines at major airports nationwide because of a temporary computer outage that affected the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency. Airports warned travelers - both Americans returning home and foreign visitors - of delays, and some travelers tweeted photos and videos of huge lines. A CBP spokeswoman said the… → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

DALLAS (AP) — United Airlines is setting an earlier cutoff time for when pilots must stop drinking alcohol before flights. The airline is telling pilots they must abstain from alcohol for 12 hours … → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

The change in the rule, called "bottle-to-throttle," comes several days after two United pilots were arrested in Scotland on suspicion of being under the influence. → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

The change in the rule, called "bottle-to-throttle," comes several days after two United pilots were arrested in Scotland on suspicion of being under the influence. → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

The change in the rule, called "bottle-to-throttle," comes several days after two United pilots were arrested in Scotland on suspicion of being under the influence. → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

The change in the rule, called "bottle-to-throttle," comes several days after two United pilots were arrested in Scotland on suspicion of being under the influence. → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

The change in the rule, called "bottle-to-throttle," comes several days after two United pilots were arrested in Scotland on suspicion of being under the influence. → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

United Airlines is setting an earlier cutoff time for when pilots must stop drinking alcohol before flights. → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

The limit used to be eight hours but two United pilots were arrested recently, charged with suspicion of being under the influence before a flight. → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

DALLAS (AP) - United Airlines is setting an earlier cutoff time for when pilots must stop drinking alcohol before flights. The airline is telling pilots they must abstain from alcohol for 12 hours before flights, up from the previous eight hours. The change in the rule - it's called "bottle-to-throttle" in the airline business - comes several days after two United pilots were arrested in… → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

DALLAS (AP) - United Airlines is setting an earlier cutoff time for when pilots must stop drinking alcohol before flights. The airline is telling pilots they must abstain from alcohol for 12 hours before flights, up from the previous eight hours. The change in the rule - it's called "bottle-to-throttle" in the airline business - comes several days after two United pilots were arrested in… → Read More

United tells pilots no alcohol for 12 hours before flights

DALLAS (AP) — United Airlines is setting an earlier cutoff time for when pilots must stop drinking alcohol before flights. The airline is telling pilots they must abstain from alcohol for 12 hours before flights, up from the previous eight hours. The change in the rule — it’s called “bottle-to-throttle” in the airline business — comes several days after two United pilots were arrested in… → Read More

US lays out enforcement priorities for animals on planes

The number of animals on planes rose rapidly in recent years as more people began bringing a companion for emotional support. → Read More

US lays out enforcement priorities for animals on planes

The number of animals on planes rose rapidly in recent years as more people began bringing a companion for emotional support. → Read More

US lays out enforcement priorities for animals on planes

The number of animals on planes rose rapidly in recent years as more people began bringing a companion for emotional support. → Read More

US lays out enforcement priorities for animals on planes

The number of animals on planes rose rapidly in recent years as more people began bringing a companion for emotional support. → Read More

US lays out enforcement priorities for animals on planes

The number of animals on planes rose rapidly in recent years as more people began bringing a companion for emotional support. → Read More

US lays out enforcement priorities for animals on planes

The government is telling airlines and passengers how it will enforce rules governing animals that people bring on planes. The Transportation Department said Thursday that airline employees can bar any animal they consider a safety threat. Airlines, however, can be punished if they ban an entire dog or cat breed, such as pit bulls. The department's enforcement office said that it doesn't plan to… → Read More

US lays out enforcement priorities for animals on planes

The government is telling airlines and passengers how it will enforce rules governing animals that people bring on planes. The Transportation Department said Thursday that airline employees can bar any animal they consider a safety threat. Airlines, however, can be punished if they ban an entire dog or cat breed, such as pit bulls. The department's enforcement office said that it doesn't plan to… → Read More