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What the Carnival Cruise Quarantine Means for International Travelers
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What the Carnival Cruise Quarantine Means for International Travelers

Last week, a woman who handled specimens from Thomas Eric Duncan—the first man to die of Ebola in the United States—was quarantined on board the Carnival Magic in the Caribbean. I reported for CBS… Read More…

How You Can Support Breast Cancer Awareness This Month
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How You Can Support Breast Cancer Awareness This Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), a month dedicated to fundraising and raising global awareness of the most common cancer in women. While many people know what breast cancer… Read More…

Would A Travel Ban Contain the Spread of Ebola?
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Would A Travel Ban Contain the Spread of Ebola?

On Thursday, Dr. Thomas Frieden, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), was questioned at a Congressional hearing about screening protocols for airline passengers who are entering the… Read More…

5 U.S. Airports to Begin Ebola Screening
Airlines & Airports / Health & Fitness / Travel News

5 U.S. Airports to Begin Ebola Screening

After the death of Thomas Duncan, the first Ebola casualty on American soil, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Homeland Security Customs & Border… Read More…

How to Make Your Vacation Longer With Stopover Flights
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How to Make Your Vacation Longer With Stopover Flights

If you think the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, you might want to think again. I went on CBS Saturday Morning to share some little known—and… Read More…

Should Airports Screen Passengers for the Ebola Virus?
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Should Airports Screen Passengers for the Ebola Virus?

On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States. As a result, travelers worldwide are concerned about screening… Read More…

The JetBlue Emergency Landing: A Pilot’s Perspective
Airlines & Airports / Travel News / Travel Safety

The JetBlue Emergency Landing: A Pilot’s Perspective

On September 18, JetBlue Flight 1416, a twin engine Airbus A320, departed from the Long Beach, California airport on schedule, but then suddenly returned to make an emergency landing back… Read More…

What Travelers Need to Know About the Ebola Virus Outbreak
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What Travelers Need to Know About the Ebola Virus Outbreak

On September 20, Peter Greenberg sat down with Arnie Weissmann, Editor-in-Chief of Travel Weekly, to discuss the recent Ebola Virus Outbreak–and how it will affect travelers. “A number of airlines… Read More…

Politicians Booted Off Plane by Passengers
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Politicians Booted Off Plane by Passengers

There’s air rage. Then, there’s what happened in Pakistan earlier this week. First, a little background. Pakistan International Airways (PIA), the national airline of Pakistan, has a long-running reputation of some… Read More…

The Controversy Over Reclining Airplane Seats
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The Controversy Over Reclining Airplane Seats

Today, Peter Greenberg sat down on CBS This Morning to discuss the hot travel issue right now: air rage over seats that recline, and seats that don’t…and the overall state (and size… Read More…

The Ebola Outbreak: How You Can Make A Difference
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The Ebola Outbreak: How You Can Make A Difference

As of August 18, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that there have been 1,350 deaths from the most recent Ebola Virus outbreak and 2,473 confirmed cases. It continues to… Read More…