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The New York Times warns holiday travelers that they procrastinate at their own peril. And with November looming, there may be some truth to more»

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Tired of taking a beating for adding and raising fees, some airlines are trying to explain their side of the story. And honestly, they may have a more»

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<h2>Don't Forget the 3-1-1 Rule</h2>
Of course, make sure those toiletries and liquid travel products are three ounces or less, as mandated by the <a href=""target="_blank">Transportation Security Administration</a>, and are packed in a clear plastic one-quart bag. This rule applies only to carry-on bags. If you're checking your bag, you can transport toiletries of any size in whatever type of case you wish.

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But while that sounds like good news for travelers, the proposal presents a host of logistical issues. And what about our ban? When does that get lifted? (Hint: maybe sooner.) more»