Clergy members hold off on boycott following meeting with corporate executives

Black clergy members in Georgia met with several corporate executives Tuesday to discuss their concerns about the state's new election reform law. However, not every company invited to the discussion had a representative present, and faith leaders who oppose the law said everything is still on the table--including a boycott.

Delta passenger caught off guard by seating change

Flight cancelations over the weekend forced Delta Air Lines to temporarily fill up middle seats on some flights. The company said on Sunday, around 100 flights were canceled because of a staffing shortage.

Delta’s ‘COVID-Free’ Flights from Atlanta begin Tuesday evening

Even with the vaccine rollout, it will still be a while before air travel is back to normal. That’s why executives of Delta said they’re launching “COVID-free” international flights from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport beginning Tuesday night.

Delta Air Lines holiday flying safety measures

There have certainly been some kitchen table chats about whether you will fly this holiday season to either get out of town or to see family.  The CDC says stay home if you can. But if you can’t, Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastion discusses the safety measures the Atlanta-based airline is taking.