The U.S. extended a visa waiver program for South Korea for two years again, enabling South Koreans to continue to travel to the U.S. for tourism or business without obtaining a visa for stays of up to 90 days.
Washington has gotten very good at naming things in recent years. Nowadays, no one would ever introduce a bill without first giving it a great-sounding name even if the ideas could never live up to the billing.
Although the Department of Homeland Security gets a lot of things right, one action that has left many scratching their heads is the Department’s stance on making customer service compliment and complaint data publicly available.
The apparently deliberate act of a German pilot that caused the deaths of 150 people in France is leading to a broad reexamination of international airline security rules, which allowed the pilot to lock his more senior crew member out of the cockpit.