A spokesperson for the airport told reporters the wind blew away the thick ash that has been spewing from Mount Agung for days.
Indonesia's national disaster agency has raised the alert for Mount Agung to the highest level after it started erupting early last week.
Iraqi soldiers rolled into Kirkuk to take back control of the area's oil fields, air base, power plant and refinery.
More than two dozen rockets blew up at a Kabul airport just hours after Mattis left it.
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The lawsuit was filed on behalf of two Iraqi men who had valid visas but were detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
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A mother and her diabetic son say a TSA agent at DIA treated them like criminals as they tried to bring juice boxes through a security checkpoint.
The Supreme Court partially lifted lower courts' injunctions on the so-called travel ban. The justices will hear the case next term.
The Senate declined to try to enact President Trump's plan to privatize air traffic control. Sen. John Thune said it didn't have the votes.
Customers of Advantage rental car say they were stranded overnight waiting for cars.
The train to the plane is yet again stuck on the tracks.