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D.B. Cooper, the changing nature of hijackings and the foundation for...

Janet Bednarek, University of Dayton Though many Americans may associate airport security with 9/11, it was a wave of...

Itching to get away this summer? Remember the six stages of...

Jaco J. Hamman, Vanderbilt Divinity School In June 2022, I set off on a 10,650-mile, six-week motorcycle trip from...

Should you wear a mask on a plane, bus or train...

Daniel Merino, The Conversation On April 18, 2022, a judge in Florida struck down the federal mandate requiring passengers...

Why some women are traveling to South Korea to find boyfriends

Min Joo Lee, Wellesley College For my entire life I’ve obsessively watched South Korean television dramas, or K-dramas.

Vaccine passports may be on the way – but are they...

Yara M. Asi, University of Central Florida After a year of canceled concerts, closed-door sporting events and restricted air...

How some people can end up living at airports for months...

Janet Bednarek, University of Dayton In January, local authorities arrested a 36-year-old man named Aditya Singh after he had...

How to host a safe holiday meal during coronavirus – an...

Melissa Hawkins, American University Like many people in this unusual year, I am adjusting my family’s holiday plans so that we can all be safe...

Coronavirus and tourism: Places like Alaska without a COVID-19 outbreak could...

Kevin Berry, University of Alaska Anchorage and Mouhcine Guettabi, University of Alaska Anchorage Alaska doesn’t have a single reported case of COVID-19, yet economically it...

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Five myths about the chemicals you breathe, eat and drink

By Mark Lorch, University of Hull All too often the use of the word “chemicals” in the news, in advertising and in common usage has...