Airline cancellations are already piling up in the U.S., with 1,086 flights scrubbed as rising coronavirus cases hobbled staffing. Winter storms meanwhile threatened to further disrupt travel over New Year’s weekend.
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Domestic fares continued to surpass 2019 levels due to a rebound in demand and more expensive fuel this year.
Russia's slow movement is a reflection of its desire to avoid stretching supply lines in face of fierce Ukrainian resistance, the Pentagon said.
Russian forces in eastern Ukraine are still hampered by logistical challenges, the Pentagon said.
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David Remnick, editor of the New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about Vladimir Putin surprising some observers by not using Victory Day to announce an escalation of his war in Ukraine, raising questions about whether the U.S. can get away with helping Ukraine fight back even harder.
The immediate focus will be on misinformation from human smugglers, who spread falsehoods about border policy to migrants to help drum up business.
The president ordered that U.S. flags be flown at half-staff through Monday to mark a "tragic milestone." In a statement, he also nudged Congress to pass additonal funding to combat the pandemic.
The United States is facing its worst pilot shortage in recent memory, forcing airlines to cut flights just as travelers are returning after more than two years of the pandemic.
The U.S. is facing its worst pilot shortage in recent memory, forcing airlines to cut flights just as travelers are returning after more than two years of the Covid-19 pandemic.