Holiday travelers in the D.C. area can expect the usual bustle that come with Labor Day weekend, but transportation analysts do expect a few more people to simply stay home this year.
Long delays and security lines at airports are all too common and expected, but a new program on the table at the Transportation Security Administration could mitigate that.
In Maryland, the Ocean City Council is reversing an earlier decision to put $100,000 worth of free gas into the tanks of visiting tourists this summer.
The number of travelers to Ocean City and the rest of Maryland's Eastern Shore over Memorial Day weekend is expected to grow this year, in spite of high gas prices.
Despite the lagging national economy, D.C.'s tourism industry continues to shine.
In Virginia, a judge has ordered a teen to refile a lawsuit in which alleges he was tortured in Kuwait and couldn't get home because he is on the U.S. government's no-fly list.
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