JetBlue raises its baggage fee prices. It’s now the highest in the country

SALT LAKE CITY — JetBlue Airways raised its baggage fee prices so that they’re now the highest in the country. JetBlue’s fee for bringing a second bag on a flight jumped from $35 to $40 and raised its third bag fee from $100 to $150, according to Bloomberg, which first reported the story on Monday. The fee for an oversized bag hiked from $100 to $150, according to the report. You can read the full pricing changes on JetBlue’s website. “Customers consistently tell us what they love most about JetBlue: free Fly-Fi on all aircraft, live television and free entertainment, the most legroom in coach, free snacks, and great service,”… Read More

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JetBlue raises its baggage fee prices. It’s now the highest in the country

SALT LAKE CITY — JetBlue Airways raised its baggage fee prices so that they’re now the highest in the country. JetBlue’s fee for bringing a second bag on a flight jumped from $35 to $40 and raised its third bag fee from $100 to $150, according to Bloomberg, which first reported the story on Monday. The fee for an oversized bag hiked from $100 to $150, according to the report. You can read the full pricing changes on JetBlue’s website. “Customers consistently tell us what they love most about JetBlue: free Fly-Fi on all aircraft, live television and free entertainment, the most legroom in coach, free snacks, and great service,”… Read More

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Nikki Haley Warns That Iran Could Become ‘the Next North Korea’

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Tuesday that she “never thought the Iran deal could be fixed.” Even so, the Trump administration spent months consulting with other countries on ways to improve the agreement, before the United States withdrew from it entirely in May and reimposed sanctions on Iran. “You could change it to be a better deal, but you couldn’t change it to be a good deal,” she said during an appearance at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies in Washington, D.C. In explaining why she felt the Obama-era pact to restrict Iran’s nuclear-weapons program was so problematic, Haley described Iran as part of the… Read More

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Texan says he’s selling 3D-printed gun plans, despite ruling

AUSTIN, Texas — The owner of a Texas company that makes untraceable 3D-printed guns said Tuesday that he has begun selling the blueprints through his website to anyone who wants to make one, despite a federal court order barring him from posting the plans online. Cody Wilson said at a news conference that he’ll make the plans available to anyone who wants them at any price. He said sales started Tuesday morning and that he’d already gotten nearly 400 orders. That follows a federal judge in Seattle blocking Wilson’s company from posting the blueprints online. Nineteen states and the District of Columbia had sought an injunction to stop a settlement… Read More

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Report: People in Kansas drank contaminated water for years even though the state knew about it

SALT LAKE CITY — Hundreds of residents in two neighborhoods near Wichita, Kansas, drank contaminated water for years without knowing it, according to The Wichita Eagle. The Eagle’s investigative report found that Kansas officials allowed the drinking of contaminated water to go on for years “despite warning signs of contamination close to water wells used for drinking, washing and bathing.” The state first discovered dry cleaning materials had contaminated groundwater while they investigated a possible expansion of a Kiwk Shop back in 2011. The Kansas Department of Health didn’t act for six years, even though it knew about the water. According to the Eagle’s report, the state “didn’t test private… Read More

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