Before I tell you about Justin Cohen's case, there are one or two things he wants everyone to know. He likes kids. He's a former teacher and has a "high tolerance" for unruly youngsters.
If Jody Clark's recent United Airlines flight from Houston to Vancouver had been a scene in a movie, it probably would be the one where the protagonist is finally pushed to the brink of a nervous breakdown.
When Daniel Weisleder tried to board his return flight from San Jose, Costa Rica, to Houston with his wife and […]
As any new parent knows, air travel with young kids isn't always easy. But few experiences come close to the Suelings' Thanksgiving flight from Westchester County to Atlanta on Delta Air Lines.
Jacob Jester is the Kansas City pastor who took the infamous "poop bomb" photo of two screeners at Kansas City International Airport patting down an eight-month-old baby on Saturday. I spoke with him about the incident, and the ensuing firestorm, this afternoon.
Nicole White describes herself as a 28-year-old freelancing writer, "tattooed liberal" and mom to a 16-month-old son, Jackson. She lives in Annapolis, Md., with her husband, Paul, a Navy pilot.
You'd think that by now the Transportation Security Administration would have figured out a way of dealing with the infant formula issue. Then I got Kristi Grady's e-mail with the provocative subject, "TSA screeners are all idiots," and felt like someone had turned back the clock five years.