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February 28, 2018 12:21 PM Wow Air launches US$149 flights from new JFK hub to Europe

The discount airline is offering one-way fares between either New York airport to Iceland for US$99, and reduced one-way fares to Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin and London for US$149 (RM585). — AFP picNEW YORK, Feb 28 — Iceland's ultra low-cost carrier Wow Air is doubling down on its presence in New York, announcing plans to fly out of John F. Kennedy International 73

December 12, 2017 12:13 PM ‘Failing’ Malaysia charts new passenger record

(LSS) – Passenger traffic in KLIA broke 50 million people for the first time in 2016 – coming in at 52.6 million. Up to November this year, it has already surpassed last year’s traffic and is now at 52.9 million with December to spare. Normally, December is the busiest month. In Dec 2016, KLIA traffic was 5.33 million – a 10.2% growth compared to Dec 2015. KLIA would 20

October 27, 2017 11:08 AM The Daily 202: Trump bowing to CIA on JFK files is a reminder of how the presidency changes people

THE BIG IDEA: The world looks different when you sit behind the Resolute desk. At the request of the CIA, FBI and others in the national security community, President Trump made a last-minute decision to delay the release of thousands of pages of classified documents related to the John F. Kennedy assassination. The president allowed the National Archives 253

October 27, 2017 8:57 AM New JFK files reveal mafia plots, FBI warning on Oswald

While many theories over the years have related to Oswald's ties to Cuban or Soviet operatives, an FBI memo in 1963 indicated Kennedy's death was source of deep mourning in the USSR. WASHINGTON: The US government on Thursday released a mammoth, long-awaited trove of secret files on the killing of president John F. Kennedy, offering intriguing new insights 31

October 27, 2017 7:59 AM JFK assassination: Thousands of files released

The US government has released 2,800 previously classified files on the assassination of President John F Kennedy in 1963. President Donald Trump said the public deserved to be "fully informed" about the event, which has been the subject of various conspiracy theories. But some documents have been withheld at the request of government agencies. "We at once notified 25

October 27, 2017 3:30 AM Trump releases some JFK files, blocks others under pressure

US President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered the unveiling of 2,800 documents related to the 1963 assassination of president John F Kennedy but yielded to pressure from the FBI and CIA to block the release of other records to be reviewed further. Congress had ordered in 1992 that all remaining sealed files pertaining to the investigation into Kennedy's 25

July 18, 2017 11:46 PM American Airlines mechanic Azriel Blackman still clocking on after 75 years

When Azriel Blackman started working as an airline mechanic the planes had propellers and commercial routes were disrupted by the Nazi advance across western Europe. Today Mr Blackman, 91, still works five days a week as a maintenance man for American Airlines, overseeing repairs at JFK in New York. With each day he sets a new world record for the longest 23

June 18, 2017 2:18 PM Pyongyang: U.S. customs agents ‘mugged’ North Korean diplomats at JFK airport

The North Korean regime is accusing U.S. customs agents in New York of “mugging” a diplomatic delegation from the secretive, totalitarian country. U.S. officials on Friday forcibly confiscated a diplomatic package being carried by a member of the North Korean delegation, as they passed through U.S. customs screening after landing at John F. Kennedy International 19

February 4, 2017 11:07 PM The Latest: Pence Defends Trump's Comments About Judge

Thousands of LGBT Americans have raged against President Donald Trump outside the New York City bar where the gay rights movement was born. They're demanding that the president suspend his immigrant ban. The activists gathered outside the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village on a chilly Saturday afternoon, chanting "Resist, resist!" The president issued 15

February 3, 2017 11:16 AM Uber CEO dumps Trump's advisory council, but Elon Musk stays

Kalanick says his position was never an endorsement of Trump Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has told the ride-hailing firm’s employees that he is stepping down from Donald Trump’s Strategic and Policy Forum. The move is a response to mounting criticism over what some people perceived as his support of the President. With so many tech companies unified against 57