Unruly Passengers Can Now Face $35,000 Fines and Imprisonment

FAA Administrator Steve Dickson has now signed an order directing a stricter legal enforcement policy against unruly airline passengers in the wake of recent, troubling incidents.

Carriers Waive Fare Difference on International Flights After New Testing Requirements

The United States will soon begin requiring all inbound travelers on international flights to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test. This new requirement raises problems for visitors, but also for Americans that are are abroad or are planning to travel internationally.

Walmart Wants to Deliver Groceries to Your Home 24/7

Walmart is dreaming of a world where groceries are delivered to you all day every day, even when you're not home.

Negative Covid Test Required for International Air Travelers to U.S.

The new requirement will apply to all airline passengers ages 2 and older bound for the United States, including visitors, citizens and legal permanent residents.

Amazon Pantry Discontinued as Retailer Focuses on Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods

The service was first launched in 2014 to offer consumers an affordable way for deliveries of household and pantry items.

Staples Tries to Buy Office Depot Again, for $2.1 Billion

Staples and Office Depot are two popular office supplies stores that we often mention here on the site. There are several credit cards that earn bonus points for this category.

More Retailers Let Customers Keep Items for Free, Instead of Accepting Returns

A Giant Jenga Party Game by Hasbro, listed at $79.99 on the Kohl's website, was sent to me in error. Instead of providing a return label, Kohl's told me to just keep it or donate the item.

Cruise Operations Paused Until at Least May 2021

Princess Cruises and Holland America Line have announced they will pause their cruise operations until at least May 2021.