Reporter covering the experience of travel Education: Yale University
Fredrick Kunkle runs the Tripping blog, writing about the experience of travel. He has also covered politics, courts, police, and local government in Maryland and Virginia. Kunkle has worked for Reuters, Dow Jones, the Bergen Record and the Newark Star-Ledger as a general assignment reporter and a beat reporter covering aging, business, police, courts, local government and politics. He is a Yale University graduate and the recipient of a Fulbright. He is co-chair of the Washington-Baltimore News Guild's bargaining unit at The Washington Post.
Professional Affiliations: Washington-Baltimore News Guild Foreign languages spoken: Russian, Spanish, German Books by Fredrick Kunkle:
The Association of Flight Attendants says a new survey of its membership suggests the problem with companion animals on flights is getting further out of hand. The group released the survey results as the U.S. Department of Transportation considers whether to tighten regulations regarding animals permitted onboard in the cabin.
AAA's annual report on the true cost of car ownership might be something to think about in an era of $46 tolls. This year's edition emphasizes the impact of depreciation -- and particularly the way that consumer tastes are taking a bite out of the value of sedans
Nearly 51000 tickets were issued to drivers caught on camera passing a stopped school bus. Nearly 1200 were repeat offenders who received tickets after being captured by cameras mounted on the buses Montgomery County police say.