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March 24, 2018 4:46 PM Airlines Conquer Challenges of Long-Haul Flights. Now Can Passengers?

Qantas, other carriers experiment with lighting, cabin temperature and the menu to help travelers ward off jet lag LONDON—Qantas Airways Ltd. is inaugurating one of the world’s longest commercial flights on Sunday—a roughly 17-hour journey between Perth, Australia, and London that adds another really long flight to a growing roster of them. New planes 121

March 15, 2018 9:01 PM March Madness on truTV: What channel is it? NCAA Tournament schedule, live stream, game times

What channel is truTV? It's the question we ask every year watching the NCAA Tournament CBS, TNT, TBS and truTV will be the exclusive carriers of the NCAA Tournament for yet another season. Which means it's once again time to figure out where those channels are -- specifically truTV, unless you're an obsessive fan of "Impractical Jokers." Don't worry 80

March 6, 2018 5:06 PM USS Lexington, Sunken World War II Aircraft Carrier, Found Off Australia

Ship discovered in deep ocean waters by billionaire Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen CANBERRA, Australia—The wreck of an American aircraft carrier sunk during World War II and which President Donald Trump paid tribute to last year has been discovered in deep ocean off Australia’s coast. The USS Lexington, one of the first American carriers and nicknamed 75

March 1, 2018 8:58 AM Reports: China plans to build nuclear aircraft carrier

BEIJING – Media reports say China is planning to build a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier capable of remaining at sea for long durations. The Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post said Thursday the China Shipbuilding Industry Corp. issued a statement this week saying initial work had begun on the ship. The company was responsible for extensively 57

February 11, 2018 9:06 AM In secret deal, tax-backed Amtrak pays for private railroads' screwups: report

A CSX coal train, right, moves past an idling CSX engine at the switchyard in Brunswick, Md., Oct. 16, 2012. (Reuters) The Amtrak passenger rail line receives more than $1 billion in annual federal subsidies, but private railroads own 97 percent of the tracks upon which Amtrak trains travel. As part of the relationship between the publicly financed passenger 115

February 8, 2018 10:26 PM Faux First-Class: How to Fly Premium for a Lot Less

For a great deal on a much roomier seat when flying domestically, try these three smaller airlines FLIERS desperate to escape coach-class misery on domestic trips lack good options. These days, it can cost you an extra $70 one-way just to sit on the aisle. But several smaller U.S. carriers are hawking their own take on first class for a lot less than what you’d 54

January 20, 2018 1:00 PM Trucking Companies Race to Add Capacity, Drivers as Market Heats Up

Investors hope rising prices to move freight translate to higher profits when carriers including Werner Enterprises, Old Dominion report earnings Trucking fleets are charging higher prices to move freight around the country. But it is an open question whether the companies or their drivers will reap the windfall. With the economy humming, retailers and manufacturers 53

January 15, 2018 9:59 AM UAE says Qatar fighter jet intercepts commercial flight

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – The United Arab Emirates has claimed that a Qatari fighter jet intercepted one of its commercial airliners in international airspace on the way to Bahrain. Doha declined to immediately comment, as did the UAE's two major airlines. The claim came in a report on the state-run WAM news agency and follows two complaints by Qatar 53

January 11, 2018 8:53 PM American Airlines mechanics, baggage handlers, ground workers pushing to observe Martin Luther King Day

Two of the 20,000 American Airlines baggage handlers who doesn’t get Martin Luther King Day as a recognized holiday. Some 20,000 workers at American Airlines are fighting for their right to observe Martin Luther King Day — a benefit already given to most of the airline’s other employees. At airports across the country, thousands of American Airlines 66

January 9, 2018 6:53 AM China's Huawei says flagship smartphone will not be sold by U.S. carriers

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Huawei Technologies said on Tuesday that its flagship smartphone Mate 10 Pro will be sold in the United States through the open channel and not by U.S. carriers. “We remain committed in this market now and in the future. U.S. customers need a better choice, and as a leader in technology and innovation, Huawei is prepared to fill this need,” it said in a statement 76