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Pennsylvanians gamble closer to home

Jan 19, 2010
Gambling hub Atlantic City is taking a hit as tri-state area residents gravitate towards casinos opening up close by. But what local casinos pull in as more revenue, they lose in productivity and law enforcement costs. Joel Rose reports.
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Airlines keep an eye on extra security

Jan 5, 2010
Airline executives are watching the government's reaction to the alleged Christmas Day terror attack in Detroit. John Dimsdale reports they know extra security hassles can affect their bottom line.
Posted In: Airlines, Travel

You gotta go the distance for flyer miles

Dec 29, 2009
If you're up in the air this week, you might find some people flying with you who are trying to squeeze in as many miles as they can before the end of the year. Jeremy Hobson explores the perks of frequent flyer miles.
Posted In: Airlines, Travel

Small hotels flourish in Damascus

Dec 28, 2009
The "Old City" of Damascus, Syria, was once a run-down slum. Now foreign tourists are flocking to the ancient, walled quarter with its historic buildings. And their business has prompted a boom in boutique hotels. Don Duncan reports.
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Airbus's A380 still dealing with delays

Dec 28, 2009
Two years after the launch of Airbus's A380 jet, only 23 of them are in service. The delays have been largely due to complex wiring. Stephen Beard reports.
Posted In: Airlines, Travel

Who will pay for extra airport security?

Dec 28, 2009
Airport security is tightening up after the holiday's failed terrorist attack, and the additional expenses will be divided between federal and local governments. Alisa Roth offers this breakdown.
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Hotel's $19 luxury room has empty feel

Dec 25, 2009
On a lark, the general manager of the Rancho Bernardo Inn near San Diego thought he'd try to attract more business to the four-star resort by tweeting an offer for a $19 room. Reporter Cash Peters checked in to check it out.
Posted In: Economy, Travel

Britain-France rail link freezes up

Dec 21, 2009
Thousands of travelers going between Britain and France have suffered the third-straight day of chaos and delay as a winter storm shut down the only passenger rail link connecting the two countries. Stephen Beard reports.
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BA strike may strand holiday travelers

Dec 16, 2009
Cabin crews at British Airways have voted to launch a 12-day strike. If your travel plans include London this holiday season, things could get interesting. Christopher Werth reports.
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NY uproar over cut to free student rides

Dec 16, 2009
New York City's public transportation system voted to approve massive budget cuts, including getting rid of free rides for students. Alisa Roth reports.
Posted In: New York, Travel

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