The FCC fined Marriott $600,000 for jamming guests’ personal hotspots and charging them fees to connect to the Internet.
Airline credit cards have a sometimes overlooked benefit that can greatly reduce your travel costs.
Airlines likely won’t offer a refund on a nonrefundable ticket even when you’re too sick to fly.
Hotels.com reveals some of the world’s most affordable luxury destinations.
Steps are being taken to ban in-flight cellphone calls on commercial aircraft in the U.S.
These cards generally come with annual fees (sometimes waived in the first year) so you need to do the math to make sure having the card is worthwhile.
A new Gallup-Healthways poll ranks 135 countries based on their citizens’ well-being.
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