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Possible Drone Spotted By Crew Of Plane Landing At JFK

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A Delta Airlines crew spotted a possible drone Friday afternoon while landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Delta Flight 407 from Orlando, Florida was landing at JFK around 5 p.m. 71 more words

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A Timeless Brand

While vacationing on Maui in April I bought my son a vintage Pan Am ball cap that became a conversation starter over the following weeks. For those of you not familiar with Pan Am or if you have tucked a childhood memory in a corner, let’s just say that it was the embodiment of travel for the better part of sixty years and a cultural icon of the 20th century. 543 more words

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Throwback Thursday: 50-plus Years of Beatlemania

As of 2015, the Beatles continue to hold the record for most number one hits on the Hot 100 chart with 20, and they continue to be the best-selling band in history with estimated sales of more than 600 million records worldwide.   74 more words

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No Strike After JFK, LaGuardia Airport Workers Reach Deal

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — A walkout among some baggage handlers, security guards and other workers at John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia airports has been averted after the subcontractor they work for reached a deal with the union that seeks to represent them. 271 more words

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More Than 1,000 Workers At JFK, LaGuardia Set To Strike Wednesday

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Over 1,000 subcontracted airport security officers, baggage handlers and wheelchair attendants at New York City’s two major airports plan to strike starting Wednesday night. 329 more words

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Texas Govenor Accosted At JFK Airport Over Gay-Marriage Stance

AUSTIN, Texas (CBSNewYork/AP) — A traveler at Kennedy Airport accosted Texas Gov. Greg Abbott over his opposition to gay marriage as Abbott was waiting with his family to board a flight to Austin. 237 more words

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Afternoon Bulletin: Cash Bail to End for 3,000 Awaiting Trial, Man O'War Strikes LI

The number of people awaiting trial while locked up in prison is staggeringly high, and many are there because they can’t afford to post bail. To counter this, Mayor de Blasio announced a program earlier today that would release around 3,000 low-risk people while they await trial. 345 more words