Thanksgiving travel, fast ticket issues

NEW YORK (AP) — The holiday rush has already begun, and it could be spread out over more days than usual this year. Travel experts say many people’s ability to work remotely is causing them to leave early for Thanksgiving or return home later. The crowds are expected to rival those of 2019, the last Thanksgiving before the pandemic. The Transportation Security Administration screened more than 2.6 million travelers Monday, more than the 2.5 million screened the Monday before Thanksgiving in 2019. AAA predicts that nearly 55 million people in the US will travel at least 50 miles from home this week, an increase from last week. year and only 2% less than in 2019.


Problems with Taylor Swift tickets could spur political involvement

NEW YORK (AP) — After a messy ticket rollout for Taylor Swift’s first tour in years, fans are angry. They have also been enforced against Ticketmaster. While researchers agree there’s no way to say how long the energy could last, the outrage shows a way for young people to become more politically involved through fan culture. This isn’t even the first time a fandom or an artist has targeted Ticketmaster. And Swifties say it’s not just about getting a ticket. The ticket debacle has sparked broader conversations about economic inequality and political action.


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