This 2011 photo shows protests against pension reform in Illinois. The state ranks dead last when it comes to fiscal solvency, says a new report, due in part to unfunded pension obligations.Read More >
In order to minimize surprise when it comes time to pay, airlines in the U.S. now need to include all mandatory fees in their published airfares, but the same isn’t true for hotels. Many destinations now tack on so-called “resort fees” that claim to cover things like access to in-hotel gyms and pools, but which are mandatory for all guests whether you use those amenities or not. Even though these required add-on charges can significantly increase a guest’s total bill, hotels do not have to include the fee in their listed rates.Read More >
MOSCOW – Aeroflot announces that it has changed its official name and legal status in line with recent amendments to Russian legislation.