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ICAO calls for cockpit cameras in all newly-designed planes by 2023

iStock/Thinkstock(MONTREAL) -- The aviation-safety arm of the United Nations has called for all newly-designed planes to have video cameras in the cockpit, according to a letter obtained by ABC News. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) sent the letter   ... Read More

Pennsylvania restaurant offers discount for families who have phone-free meals

iStock/Thinkstock(STROUDSBURG, Pa.) -- What would it take to get you to put down your phone during a meal?

Sarah’s Corner Café in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, is offering a deal for people who want to enjoy a meal, and each other,   ... Read More

OK Foods recalls chicken products over possible metal contamination

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- OK Foods Inc. is recalling about 933,272 pounds of its breaded chicken products over fears that they may have been contaminated with metal and other materials, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.

The recall was initiated after   ... Read More

Is gourmet popcorn worth the price tag?

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Popcorn sales are skyrocketing, with Americans eating three billion gallons a year. And now, there are new gourmet flavors ranging from the simple to exotic.

But as the variety goes up so does the price tag.   ... Read More

Tax Tip: Getting deductions for higher learning

iStock/ThinkstockEducation is a good investment but it isn't cheap. Thankfully, there are ways you can cash in on your kids' higher learning when you file your taxes."The American Opportunity Tax Credit is available for the first four years   ... Read More

President Trump climbs into an 18-wheeler and pretends to be a trucker

Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Donald Trump, trucker-in-chief?

That's the role the president briefly assumed Thursday when he climbed into the drivers seat of a Mack 18-wheeler parked on the South Lawn of the White House.   ... Read More

Trump Hotel in DC not in violation of government lease, GSA says

Pool/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- The General Services Administration (GSA) announced on Thursday that President Donald Trump's lease of a luxury hotel from the government in Washington, D.C. -- which raised
eyebrows among some ethics watchdogs -- is in good standing.   ... Read More

Customer returns to Starbucks with apology note, $50 after rude treatment of barista

Courtesy of Andrew Richardson(NEW YORK) -- One California Starbucks barista got a surprise on March 21 when a customer returned to apologize for her behavior from the day before.

Andrew Richardson, 20, was floored when he received a handwritten   ... Read More

Jobless claims jump to 258K

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — Jobless claims spiked higher last week, increasing by 15,000, according to the latest figures released Thursday by the Labor Department.

For the week ending March 18, the number of people filing for benefits jumped from a   ... Read More

Tax Tip: What happens when you can’t pay the IRS?

iStock/ThinkstockYou've gone through your receipts, crunched the numbers, checked them twice and now you're ready to file your taxes. But there's one problem: You can't pay everything you owe Uncle Sam.Certified public accountant Richard Lavina says don't panic.   ... Read More

Virgin America will disappear into Alaska Airlines in 2019

Virgin America(SEATTLE) -- The Virgin America name is embarking on its final voyage.

The parent company of Alaska Airlines announced Wednesday that it would be phasing out Virgin’s name following the merger of the two companies last December.

“After   ... Read More

Starbucks to open 12,000 new locations by 2021

Starbucks(NEW YORK) -- If you already feel like there's a Starbucks on every street corner, get ready to see a whole lot more of the coffee chain's stores.

The company announced on Wednesday plans to open 12,000 new stores   ... Read More

Cheerios’ free flower seeds become thorny issue

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- General Mills' heart was definitely in the right place when it took its Honey Nut Cheerios spokes-insect “BuzzBee” off its boxes, to raise awareness of declining bee populations.

However, botanists are decrying a "bring the bees   ... Read More

Italian grandmothers taste test pasta at three price points

Grace Wong/ABC(NEW YORK) -- Ease and affordability make pasta a perennial favorite, but today artisans have turned this humble pantry staple into nouvelle cuisine.

By using ingredients like spring water, quality semolina flour and pushing the dough through a   ... Read More

Tax Tip: How moonlighting can affect your taxes

iStock/ThinkstockA lot of people are doing the side hustle these days, working a second job -- or more -- in addition to their full-time career. But when it comes time to file your taxes, that extra money may cost   ... Read More

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ICAO calls for cockpit cameras in all newly-designed planes by 2023

iStock/Thinkstock(MONTREAL) -- The aviation-safety arm of the United Nations has called for all newly-designed planes to have video cameras in the cockpit, according to a letter obtained by ABC News. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) sent the letter   ... Read More

Pennsylvania restaurant offers discount for families who have phone-free meals

iStock/Thinkstock(STROUDSBURG, Pa.) -- What would it take to get you to put down your phone during a meal?

Sarah’s Corner Café in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, is offering a deal for people who want to enjoy a meal, and each other,   ... Read More

OK Foods recalls chicken products over possible metal contamination

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- OK Foods Inc. is recalling about 933,272 pounds of its breaded chicken products over fears that they may have been contaminated with metal and other materials, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.

The recall was initiated after   ... Read More

Is gourmet popcorn worth the price tag?

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Popcorn sales are skyrocketing, with Americans eating three billion gallons a year. And now, there are new gourmet flavors ranging from the simple to exotic.

But as the variety goes up so does the price tag.   ... Read More

Tax Tip: Getting deductions for higher learning

iStock/ThinkstockEducation is a good investment but it isn't cheap. Thankfully, there are ways you can cash in on your kids' higher learning when you file your taxes."The American Opportunity Tax Credit is available for the first four years   ... Read More

President Trump climbs into an 18-wheeler and pretends to be a trucker

Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Donald Trump, trucker-in-chief?

That's the role the president briefly assumed Thursday when he climbed into the drivers seat of a Mack 18-wheeler parked on the South Lawn of the White House.   ... Read More

Trump Hotel in DC not in violation of government lease, GSA says

Pool/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- The General Services Administration (GSA) announced on Thursday that President Donald Trump's lease of a luxury hotel from the government in Washington, D.C. -- which raised
eyebrows among some ethics watchdogs -- is in good standing.   ... Read More

Customer returns to Starbucks with apology note, $50 after rude treatment of barista

Courtesy of Andrew Richardson(NEW YORK) -- One California Starbucks barista got a surprise on March 21 when a customer returned to apologize for her behavior from the day before.

Andrew Richardson, 20, was floored when he received a handwritten   ... Read More

Jobless claims jump to 258K

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — Jobless claims spiked higher last week, increasing by 15,000, according to the latest figures released Thursday by the Labor Department.

For the week ending March 18, the number of people filing for benefits jumped from a   ... Read More

Tax Tip: What happens when you can’t pay the IRS?

iStock/ThinkstockYou've gone through your receipts, crunched the numbers, checked them twice and now you're ready to file your taxes. But there's one problem: You can't pay everything you owe Uncle Sam.Certified public accountant Richard Lavina says don't panic.   ... Read More

Virgin America will disappear into Alaska Airlines in 2019

Virgin America(SEATTLE) -- The Virgin America name is embarking on its final voyage.

The parent company of Alaska Airlines announced Wednesday that it would be phasing out Virgin’s name following the merger of the two companies last December.

“After   ... Read More

Starbucks to open 12,000 new locations by 2021

Starbucks(NEW YORK) -- If you already feel like there's a Starbucks on every street corner, get ready to see a whole lot more of the coffee chain's stores.

The company announced on Wednesday plans to open 12,000 new stores   ... Read More

Cheerios’ free flower seeds become thorny issue

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- General Mills' heart was definitely in the right place when it took its Honey Nut Cheerios spokes-insect “BuzzBee” off its boxes, to raise awareness of declining bee populations.

However, botanists are decrying a "bring the bees   ... Read More

Italian grandmothers taste test pasta at three price points

Grace Wong/ABC(NEW YORK) -- Ease and affordability make pasta a perennial favorite, but today artisans have turned this humble pantry staple into nouvelle cuisine.

By using ingredients like spring water, quality semolina flour and pushing the dough through a   ... Read More

Tax Tip: How moonlighting can affect your taxes

iStock/ThinkstockA lot of people are doing the side hustle these days, working a second job -- or more -- in addition to their full-time career. But when it comes time to file your taxes, that extra money may cost   ... Read More

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