Airport Checklist: Boarding Pass, ID, Stress

July 28, 2017 Air travel, once viewed as efficient, exclusive — even glamorous — now sometimes seems like a chore. The acidic exchange on Twitter recently between Ann Coulter and Delta Air Lines, which required the conservative columnist to give up her...

Square Feet: Factories or Runways? Municipal Airports Face Economic Pressure

July 18, 2017 Square Feet By STEVE FRIESS DETROIT — Coleman Young International Airport was once one of the nation’s busiest airports and a thriving piece of Detroit’s economy. But like so much else in the city, it festered for decades after the...

Police Officer Stabbed at Michigan Airport in ‘Act of Terrorism’

By JONAH ENGEL BROMWICH and MATT STEVENS June 21, 2017 A 50-year-old Canadian man stabbed a transit police officer in the neck and back on Wednesday morning at an airport in Flint, Mich., in what the authorities called an “act of...

With Travel Ban Lifted, Anxiety and Relief as Families Are Reunited

By CAITLIN DICKERSON and SARAH MASLIN NIR February 5, 2017 At a sweltering refugee camp on the Kenya-Somalia border, dozens of Somalis who had cleared all the final security and medical checks to enter the United States were told to prepare...