The $6.5 million in counterfeit dollars and euros was labeled on the manifest as "Play Money for Monopoly."
"We are sick of being understaffed, overworked, underpaid, and undervalued for our work," one janitor at Denver International Airport said.
After years of procrastinating, Insider's travel writer signed up for TSA PreCheck - and couldn't believe the entire process took just 15 minutes.
If you're traveling to the "City of Gold," here's what you need to know about the airports and how to get there.
Priority Pass is my favorite credit card perk and while I've used it countless times in the US, I was excited to see it in action in the UK.
Joe walks us through how he restores a rusty 1960s Structo airport truck, from removing the rust to powder-coating the parts.
A flight attendant and her crew share the biggest mistakes people make when they fly, from taking off their shoes to leaving children unattended.
The plane was taxiing and had to be rerouted with passengers evacuated while authorities searched the plane.
Two domestic flights were recently operated from Kabul airport to the cities of Mazar-i-Sharif and Kandahar, Al Jazeera reported.
"We demilitarized those systems so that they'll never be used again," the US general leading US Central Command said Monday.
"That's BS, man. This did not have to be a collapse," a former US marine told Insider in response to Biden saying "chaos" in Afghanistan was inevitable.
Explosions in Kabul have killed at least 12 US service members, per the Pentagon. A handful of Republicans have called on Biden to resign.
Until Afghanistan "gets its independence, I will be here," a 16-year-old Afghan boy, who recently arrived in the US, told Insider.
"We are going to bring them home," Jen Psaki told Fox's Peter Doocy during a press briefing on Monday.
"We are going out as needed and helping Americans," a Pentagon spokesman said, adding that the US military is using a "variety of methods" to do so.
This is the third time the Civil Reserve Air Fleet has been used in its 70-year history, signaling the dire situation to aid evacuees from Afghanistan.
US officials reportedly believe ISIS could launch an attack that would simultaneously harm Americans and bruise the Taliban's sense of control