Air carriers are watching the situation at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant closely, making contingency plans and routing adjustments to keep operations running smoothly and protect passengers and crew from radiation risks.
When Allison Fagerness' flight to Rome is canceled, she's forced to call off her vacation and return home. Her online travel agent, Expedia, promises a refund, but her airline, Alitalia, won't pay. What should she do?
U.S. stocks were poised to extend their rally Thursday as investors were cheered by a plan to offer aid for troubled homeowners and a continued slide in oil prices, while awaiting sales reports from major retailers about the start of the holiday shopping season.