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  • Economy Briefs

    Economists increasingly expect hiring to pick up in the second half of the year, even as overall growth is likely to slow.


  • ** FILE ** Passengers walk past a Delta Air Lines Boeing 747 at the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, one of Delta's hubs, in Romulus, Mich., in January 2010. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

    Airlines remove excess bag fees for military

    Several airlines have agreed to remove excess-bag fees for the military after a Colorado soldier and a buddy posted a video on the Internet complaining that Delta Air Lines made their unit pay $2,800 for extra checked bags.


  • Economy Briefs

    Fewer people purchased previously occupied homes in April, a troubling sign that the weak housing market remains a drag on the economy.


  • Lawyer: Airlines should apologize to imams

    A lawyer said Tuesday that some Muslim religious leaders wearing traditional Arab garb were humiliated and embarrassed when they were wrongly kicked off two commercial flights as they sought to travel to a national conference.


  • Economy Briefs

    Oil prices pushed above $105 per barrel Tuesday, as traders focused on a series of international crises that could tighten global supplies at a time when consumption is expected to increase.


  • Engine failure on Delta jet forces emergency landing

    An engine on a Delta Air Lines plane failed in midair over Florida, forcing the flight to make an emergency landing Sunday morning, authorities said.


  • Team Russia forward Vladimir Tarasenko, right, reacts with teammate Dmitri Orlov, left, after defeating Team Canada at the IIHF World Junior Championship gold medal final in Buffalo, N.Y. on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Nathan Denette)

    Unruly Russian junior hockey team kicked off flight

    Russia's gold-medal celebration went into overtime. And that prevented them from boarding their flight Thursday morning, a day after they won the World Junior Hockey Championships.


  • Team Russia forward Vladimir Tarasenko hoists the trophy after defeating Team Canada at the IIHF World Junior Championship gold medal final in Buffalo, N.Y. on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press,Nathan Denette)

    Unruly Russian hockey team kicked off NY flight

    Russia's gold-medal celebration went into overtime. And that prevented them from boarding their flight Thursday morning, a day after they won the World Junior Hockey Championships.


  • Knife on jetliner delays Paris Hilton departure

    It was a scary moment for Paris Hilton: A knife on a Hawaii-bound jetliner delayed her flight out of Los Angeles.


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