Airlines Lose Billions In Q1; Analysts Expect Recovery To Take Years
Delta Air Lines reported more than $600 million in losses in the first quarter of 2020, and United Airlines said it's losing $2.1 billion.
As demand for air travel plummets amid the coronavirus pandemic, airlines are bleeding money. Analysts don't see a significant recovery in the near future, and total recovery is likely to take years.
How Public Transit Is Impacting Older Americans' Health Care
Unreliable transit systems are one issue keeping people from getting routine health care.By Scripps National
2 People Rescued From Plane Caught In Power Lines In Maryland
The Montgomery County fire chief said a plane got stuck in power lines about 100 feet above the ground Sunday evening.By Tom Brenner / AP
Holiday Travel Rush Is Back With Some New Habits
AAA expects more than 54 million people to travel at least 50 miles from home in the U.S. this week, a 1.5% bump over Thanksgiving last year.By Tony Gutierrez / AP
Affidavit: Club Q Shooter Opened Fire Upon Entering The Building
The shooter who killed five and injured more than a dozen others was charged with 305 crimes, including hate crimes.By David Zalubowski / AP
Doctors: Get Your Flu, COVID Vaccines Now To Be Safe During Holidays
There's more room for the flu and COVID to spread as restrictions subside, but not as many people are up to date on their vaccines either.By Ted S. Warren / AP
Are Donations From Billionaire Philanthropists What They Say They Are?
While many agree those dealing in philanthropy have great intentions, skeptics argue whether charity from the wealthy is actually honest.By Elaine Thompson / AP