United Airlines waives change fees through March 2021, drops them altogether for international flights

United Airlines has adjusted its change fee policy to give customers greater flexibility, a must while planning travel during the pandemic. Now, the major carrier will scrap change fees for basic economy tickets through March 2021 and for international flights in general. A spokesperson for the airline shared the news with FOX Business on Wednesday. […]

Continue Reading

Multiple California counties increase number of customers allowed in stores to prevent panic buying

Multiple Bay Area counties under strict stay-at-home advisories have eased crowd limits in grocery stores in order to try and deter residents from panic buying. Grocery stores in Alameda, Contra Costa and Marin counties will now allow up to 35% of their total indoor capacity, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The limit was increased […]

Continue Reading

Howard Stern will remain at SiriusXM for the next five years thanks to new contract

Howard Stern will remain behind the microphone until at least the end of 2025 thanks to a new five-year contract inked with SiriusXM. The deal means Stern will continue to host the immensely popular “Howard Stern Show,” which has broadcast exclusively on SiriusXM since he abandoned traditional radio broadcast in 2004. Sirius had 600,000 subscribers […]

Continue Reading

Beloved Atlanta tavern saved after loyal customers raise $170G

After one customer started a fundraiser, an iconic Atlanta bar won’t have to close its doors after suffering financial losses due to the coronavirus pandemic. “The checkbook was down to almost nothing and we were in trouble,” Brian Maloof, Manuel’s Tavern’s owner, told “Fox & Friends” Wednesday. “We’d been waiting on additional small business government […]

Continue Reading