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TSA Introduces Less-Revealing Body Scanners
Washington Post |  Those blurry but revealing airport body scanner images that caused a public uproar last year are being replaced by a gray, cookie-cutter ... Read More
Airline Complaints? The D.O.T. Wants to Hear from You
The Washington Post |  Tell the government what you think of its proposed new passenger rights rules. You can do it right now, thanks to a new project call... Read More
Hotels Connect the Dots Between Guests and Online Reviews
Washington Post |  Hotels want to know who you are. Especially if you're reviewing them anonymously. An increasing number of image-conscious properties h... Read More
U.S. Changing Way Air Travelers are Screened
The Washington Post |  The Obama administration is abandoning its policy of using nationality alone to determine which U.S.-bound international air travel... Read More
National Parks Waive Park Fees Next Month
Washington Post |  The National Park Service will waive visitor fees next month during National Park Week, officials said Tuesday. Parks will be open to ... Read More