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President Barack Obama announced a plan to normalize U.S.-Cuba relations on Wednesday, Dec. 17. (Credit: CBS2)

Cuba Travel Services Offering First Direct Charter Flights Since Lifted Travel Ban

Cuba Travel Services said it is offering the first regularly scheduled direct charter flights since President Barack Obama restored diplomatic relations.


FILE -- JetBlue planes sit at their gates at John F. Kennedy Airport. (Credit: Getty Images)

Airlines Roll Out New Tactics In Fight Against Unruly Passengers

A passenger recently went berserk on a JetBlue flight from JFK to Las Vegas, and it was all caught on video.


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Federal Gov’t Says TSA Misconduct Has Made Big Jump In Last 3 Years

The report by the Government Accountability Office said the TSA investigated 9,600 cases of employee misconduct from 2010 through 2012.


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Talking Travel: 4 Cold Weather Getaways For Winter

CBS News travel guru Peter Greenberg visited The Couch on Thursday to give us some ideas and travel tips for the winter season.


The Costa Allegra is towed to port - Mar 1, 2012 (credit: ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP/Getty Images)

S.I. Consultant: Cruise Bookings Not Suffering After Wreck, Stranding

You’ve probably seen the images – the Costa Concordia on her side off the coast of Italy and her sister ship the Costa Allegra adrift in the Indian Ocean. Twice in six weeks, there have been high-profile problems with cruise ships.


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Report: Mets, Jose Reyes To Open ‘Secret’ Contract Talks

The Mets may not have to wait until after the season to negotiate with Jose Reyes after all. According to the New York Post, “secret talks” between the club and Reyes will get underway soon — if they haven’t already.