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  • NEW YORK, March 22- Major U.S. transportation hubs were placed on alert on Tuesday, with police out in force, and part of Denver International Airport's main terminal was evacuated in response to a possible security threat after suicide bombings in Brussels killed at least 30 people. Large numbers of uniformed police officers and National Guard members in...

  • *No specific threat to the United States- officials. NEW YORK, March 22- Major U.S. airports were on high alert on Tuesday, with police out in force after at least 30 people were killed in suicide bombing attacks on Brussels airport and subway, though officials said there was no specific threat to the United States. Representative William Keating of Massachusetts,...

  • BERLIN/ PARIS, March 22- Twin explosions in the departure hall of Brussels Airport prompted several countries worldwide to review or tighten airport security on Tuesday and raised questions about how soon passengers should be screened when entering terminals. Authorities responded by stepping up the number of police on patrol at airports in London, Paris...

  • *No specific threat to the United States- officials. NEW YORK, March 22- Airports in major U.S. cities were on high alert on Tuesday, with police out in force after at least 30 people were killed in suicide bombings on a Brussels airport and subway, though officials said there was no specific threat to the United States. President Barack Obama and Democratic...

  • WASHINGTON, March 22- The Obama administration is expected to announce new measures to tighten security at U.S. airports following the attacks in Brussels earlier on Tuesday, including one at the capital city's airport, a U.S. government source told Reuters.

  • BERLIN, March 22- Two explosions in the departure hall of Brussels Airport on Tuesday prompted other countries to tighten airport security and raised questions about how soon passengers should be screened when entering terminals. Fourteen people were killed at Zaventem airport and a bomb attack on the Brussels metro system killed 20 others, public...

  • The ETF Trade: Travel ETFs in focus

    The attacks in Belgium shift investors' attention on airlines, infrastructure, and travel stocks on Tuesday.

  • Brussels finds explosive material inside wagon at metro: Politico

    Politico reporter Tara Palmeri reports from the Brussels airport after two explosions were reported there. A third explosions was reported at a metro station near the European Union headquarter, and there is no doubt it was a terror attack. An official told Palmeri that 80 people were wounded, and there were 30 causalities.

  • Travel, leisure, insurance down after attacks

    CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick reports the Brussels airport and transportation systems are closed after explosions there. Also, a look at the market reaction amid a heightened level of security.

  • LONDON, March 22- European shares fell in early trading on Tuesday, with travel and leisure stocks leading the market lower after explosions hit the airport in Brussels. Explosions tore through the departure hall of Brussels airport on Tuesday morning, killing one person and injuring several others, the Belgian news agency Belga said. The pan-European...

  • CUBAN FOREIGN MINISTER IS TOP OFFICIAL TO GREET OBAMA ON GROUND AT HAVANA AIRPORT.

  • MOSCOW, March 18- Turkey's Renaissance Construction has won a tender to build a terminal and tunnel at Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, Mikhail Vasilenko, Sheremetyevo's chief executive, said on Friday. The choice of a Turkish firm is unusual because Moscow imposed sanctions on Ankara after Turkey downed a Russian warplane near the Turkish-Syrian border in...

  • Two subway trains, Washington Metro

    Washington, D.C.'s subway system will reopen on Thursday after a day-long shutdown for emergency safety checks.

  • An employee walks past coal washing flotation cells, manufactured by Jameson Cells, a unit of Glencore Xstrata

    The Switzerland-based commodities producer and trader hopes to fetch as much as $1.1 billion for its GRail business.

  • SYDNEY, March 15- Australia's Qube Holdings Ltd said it has joined Canada's Brookfield Asset Management Inc and international partners to make a A $9.1 billion bid for ports and rail freight company Asciano Ltd.. The freight handler said in a statement on Tuesday it had terminated a previous stand-alone bid and replaced it with a joint offer with Brookfield...

  • SYDNEY, March 15- Shares of Australian port operator Qube Holdings Ltd and Asciano Ltd were suspended on Tuesday, after Qube said it would soon make a "significant" announcement about an acquisition following after a months-long bid against Canada's Brookfield Asset Management Inc to buy Asciano. But on Feb. 24 Qube said it wanted to end the bidding war with...

  • New NYC buses offer free Wi-Fi, USB ports

    The MTA will replace 40 percent of its fleet with an updated version in the next five years.

  • March 10- A jet fuel pipeline that supplies to the John F. Kennedy airport ruptured in east New York on Thursday, potentially affecting fuel supply to the airport. At this point, it is not clear if it is a fuel or natural gas pipeline that has been affected, "a spokesman for the Port Authority of NY& NJ said. The rupture on the pipeline operated by Buckeye Partners LP...

  • SYDNEY, March 10- Australia passed legislation on Thursday to enable the longterm lease of its largest shipping container terminal, the Port of Melbourne, freeing up privatisation plans to move ahead after months of political headwinds. Investors from China to Qatar are flocking to Australian infrastructure because it is seen as well-regulated and...

  • *Yemen depends on imports of food by sea. LONDON/ ABU DHABI, March 4- Banks have cut credit lines for traders shipping food to war-torn Yemen, where ports have been battlegrounds and the financial system is grinding to a halt, choking vital supplies to an impoverished country that could face famine. "Western international banks no longer feel comfortable...