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Free flowers and a pop-up marriage booth: How airports do Valentine's Day

Air travel is rarely very romantic, but this Valentine's Day some airports and airlines are making a special effort to add a dash of love to the journey.

Unexploded World War II bomb closes London airport

Some 284 flights were cancelled at London City Airport on Monday after an unexploded WWII bomb was discovered in the nearby River Thames.

Hamster flushed down toilet after college student's pet denied flight

Belen Aldecosea, 21, accuses Spirit Airlines of causing her to flush her pet hamster down a toilet after the company refused to let her bring the pet on a flight.

California state loophole leaves minors at risk using Uber, Lyft

State regs require fingerprints and background checks for almost any worker who may be alone with kids. Those same requirements do not apply to Uber and Lyft.

Hand warmers and hip-hop: How Minneapolis is preparing for the Super Bowl

An army of volunteers has been recruited to help travelers find their way around -- with the help of some free handwarmers.

Emotional support peacock denied flight by United Airlines

United Airlines said in a statement to NBC News that the peacock "did not meet guidelines for a number of reasons, including its weight and size."

More than 50,000 American bridges are falling apart

NBC News found cases from across the country where pieces of crumbling bridges broke off and fell to the roadway, sometimes hitting vehicles.

Instagram fitness model kicked off American Airlines flight

Instagram fitness model and personal trainer Jen Selter was removed from an American Airlines flight from Miami to New York after a dispute with crew members.

Drought-hit Cape Town pushes water rationing amid crisis

South Africa's second-biggest city ramped up contingency plans as the water crisis hurt tourism.

Growls are growing over Delta's new rules for flying with service animals

Travelers and advocates are baring their teeth at Delta's new rule that passengers with service animals must submit paperwork two full days before flying.

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