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No-fly lists, security crackdown: Chaos in DC leads to big changes in travel ahead of inauguration
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Editor’s note: This post was updated with new information Jan. 12, 2021.  Major changes are coming ahead of the inauguration of Joe Biden as President-elect on Jan. 20. The FBI warned more attacks are planned, and today there are growing calls for no-fly lists and security perimeters around not only the U.S. Capitol but around …
How to Navigate the Airport Rush During the Holidays
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The holiday season is the biggest travel season of the year, and traveling during the holiday season, especially with kids can be super stressful. AAA forecasted that 112.5 million people traveled in the holiday season in 2018, and sometimes it feels every single one of them is in the airport with you at once! Here are 5 ways to keep your sanity if you have to navigate the airport while traveling this holiday season.

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Escaping South Africa, luxury nights in Japan and more: My best points and miles redemptions of 2020
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My husband JT and I have lived and worked on the road as global digital nomads for almost three and a half years. In 2020, we had a hectic travel schedule before the coronavirus pandemic mostly halted our travel in March. But, despite being grounded in the U.S. for most of 2020, we still made …
How to Cancel A Trip or Vacation
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No matter how thoroughly you plan your trip, last-minute changes to your personal schedule can still happen. If you need to alter or cancel your travel plans it can be a serious headache—and a lot of lost money might be...

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