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Best Airport Food: Eight Restaurants for Chowing Down on Local Flavors

by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Apr 18th 2011 01:45 PM
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Given the questionable reliability of air travel these days, there's a chance that that booking fee is going to include a no-expenses-paid, overnight vacation in an airport terminal. Or there's always the missed connection or five-hour layover option. The situation can be especially depressing when escaping the airport is not an option.
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TSA Agent Charged With Helping Drug Trafficker Through Security

by Michele McPhee. Posted Mar 2nd 2011 04:00 PM
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A TSA Transportation Security Administration (TSA) behavioral detection agent was arrested and charged with helping an alleged drug kingpin and others evade security at the Buffalo Niagra International Airport, officials told AOL Travel News.
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Do Sleepy Pilots Threaten Air Safety?

by Fran Golden. Posted Feb 10th 2011 10:49 AM
Two years after a fatal commuter jet crash in Buffalo that was blamed in part on sleepy pilots, pilot fatigue continues to be widespread, experts say.
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More U.S. Regional Foods You Might Not Know About

by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Feb 8th 2011 09:20 AM
U.S. regional foods

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Now that we've got you drooling over Polish boys and thirsty for coffee milk, we're back with even more U.S. regional food specialties. From the molten cheese laden horseshoe sandwich to Spam rolls, you'll surely want to check out these unique eats during your travels.
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Buffalo Transit Cop Accused of Taking Home Confiscated TSA Items

by Fran Golden. Posted Jan 27th 2011 10:51 AM
A transit police officer in western New York is being investigated after authorities found hundreds of items confiscated by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) airport screeners in his home.
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