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U.S. To Reopen Borders With Canada And Mexico, Allow Nonessential TravelAs CBS2's John Dias reports, in just a few weeks you can head on a train out of Penn Station to Canada once again.
'Star Trek' Actor William Shatner To Travel To SpaceShatner, 90, best known for his role as Captain James T. Kirk, will be traveling on board Blue Origin tourist flight.
Industry Expert Not Buying Southwest Airlines' Explanations For Flight CancellationsThe Columbus Day holiday has been a headache for thousands of people trying to catch flights. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Anger Grows After Southwest Airlines Cancels More Than 1,000 FlightsCBS2's Thalia Perez has the story from LaGuardia Airport.
New York Places 12th On List Of Safe Cities For TravelersA new list of the world's safest cities for travelers is out.
Travel Experts Report Lower Traffic At Airports Ahead Of Labor Day WeekendThe holiday weekend is approaching and normally that means a final summer getaway, but with rising concerns over the Delta variant, are people still traveling? And should some people stay home? CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
European Union Removes United States From Safe Countries ListThe latest COVID surge in the United States could mean more restrictions for Americans traveling to Europe. The European Union has removed the U.S. from its safe list of countries; Tina Kraus reports for CBS2.
TSA To Extend Federal Travel Mask MandateThe mandate was set to expire on Sept. 13. It is being extended until January 18, 2022.
Many Say It's Time For U.S. To Loosen International Travel Restrictions Into The CountryCBS2's Kevin Rincon reports from Newark Liberty International Airport.
Dangerous Driving And Road Rage On The Rise On Long IslandYoung drivers out of school, increased vacation traffic, and increased reports of road rage are being blamed on the pandemic. Now, a dangerous driving crackdown is underway on Long Island. CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reports.
Officials Say Drivers Are Parking On Highways While Waiting To Pick People Up From AirportOfficials say drivers are parking on highways by airports while waiting for passengers to land. Not only is it dangerous, but it's also illegal; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Frustrated Travelers Say They Were Stranded At Airports Across The CountryCBS2's Cory James heard stories about Delta and JetBlue's inability to get them where they needed to go.
Canada To Reopen Borders For Fully Vaccinated TravelersStarting August 9, fully vaccinated U.S. citizens and permanent residents can enter the country.
Sen. Schumer Trying To Put An End To 'Passport Purgatory'New York's senior senator is calling on the State Department to end the massive backlog of applications and renewals that are preventing people from traveling. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
Having Trouble Getting Your Passport Renewed? You're Definitely Not AloneCBS2's Jennifer McLogan has more on the struggle to get in-person appointments and what the government is trying to do about it.
Planning To Travel This Summer? Here's Everything You Need To Know Before Hitting The RoadTravel is already picking up for the July 4 holiday weekend, and it's expected to be a busy summer. CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg has everything you need to know before you book a flight or hit the road.
Travelers May Run Into Roadblocks Over Fourth Of July WeekendThe pandemic put Independence Day celebrations and summer travel on hold in 2020. This year, tens of millions of people plan to heat out for the holiday, but travelers could run into some roadblocks; Dina Demetrius reports for CBS2.
Major Airlines Having Trouble Keeping Up With Surge In PassengersAs millions more take to the skies, some major airlines are having trouble keeping up with the surge. American Airlines is canceling nearly 1,000 flights from now through mid-July; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
More Than 37 Million Americans Expected To Travel 50 Miles Or More For Memorial Day WeekendAs coronavirus cases drop, restrictions continue to loosen. It comes as Americans are traveling for the Memorial Day holiday weekend in numbers not seen since the pandemic began; Michael George reports for CBS2.
Tri-State Area Residents Eager For A Holiday Getaway As COVID Restrictions EaseThis holiday is the first time since the pandemic began that many people feel comfortable not wearing masks or maintaining a social distance. For some, that means a trip out of town. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon has more on how some people are spending their Memorial Day weekend.
How To Get The Biggest Bang For Your Buck With Rewards CardsWhen it comes to credit cards, experts say the average person carries about three, with at least one being a rewards card, but it can take some know-how to get the biggest bang for the bucks you charge; CBSN New York's Jessica Moore reports.
Travel Industry Starting To Pick Up Again As Pandemic Restrictions Ease, Vaccinations IncreaseThe travel industry suffered a more than 40% reduction in consumer spending during the pandemic, but things are taking off again. CBS2's Jessica Moore has advice on where to go and how to get there.
FAA: Approximately 1,300 Unruly Passenger Reports Received Since FebruaryThere's turbulence in the air as the Federal Aviation Administration sees a sharp increase in reports of unruly passengers; CBS2's Cory James reports.
New York Lifts Mandatory Domestic Travel Quarantine RestrictionCBS2's Cory James has the story.

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