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  • Tips For Saving Money On Airfare

    ABC News' Paula Faris reports:

    Looking for a deal on airfare?

    A lot of people are wondering what the potential merger between American and US Airways would mean for their pocketbook. With this in mind, here are some tips on booking airfare you can follow that could save you money.

    1. Book in pairs. When booking for a family or group, booking in pairs can help you avoid higher prices that many airlines charge for the convenience of sitting together.

    2. Buy your tickets on Tuesday afternoon. It turns out that airlines typically release their sale fares on Tuesdays at 3 p.m., making it a good time to secure those deals before they expire or are gobbled up by other sale-searching travelers.

    3. Shop around on websites. When searching for the best prices on airfare, it is a good idea to look at multiple websites. has an "agony tab" that combines price, duration and number of stops so you can determine how painful your upcoming trip will be. Sign

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  • Bullying Attack Leaves Boy in Coma

    A Pennsylvania boy is currently in a medically induced coma after a schoolyard fight with classmates who he and his family claims were bullying him.

    Sixth-grader Bailly O'Neil, an honors student, of Darby Township, Pa., was involved in a fight four weeks ago at the Darby Township School. He was struck several times in the face by another student; the blow fractured his nose and he fell to the ground.

    His parents brought their son, who had a concussion, to the A.I. DuPont hospital in Wilmington, Del., where he was treated and released. But his father saw that something wasn't quite right with their son when they returned home.

    "He was sleeping. He was moody. He wasn't himself. He was angry a little bit. He wasn't really eating," Bailey's father Rob told ABC Affiliate WPVI-TV.

    Just a few days later, Bailey started having violent seizures and needed to be hospitalized again. The seizures were so bad that doctors at A.I. DuPont were forced to put Bailey in a

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  • "GMA" Outperforms NBC's "Today" by 605,000 Total Viewers for the Week of January 28-

    Scores Virtual Tie in Demo with Only 3,000 Viewers Separating Two Programs

    "GMA" Continues to Grow Year-to-Year and Season-to-Date in Demo and Total Viewers While "Today" Declines by Double-Digits

    ABC News' "Good Morning America" attracted 5.513 million Total Viewers and a 1.76 rating/12 share/2.090 million Adults 25-54 for the week of January 28, 2013, according to Nielsen Media Research. "GMA" outperformed NBC's "Today" (4.908 million) by+605,000 Total Viewers to rank No. 1 for the 18th time in 18 weeks this season. In Adults 25-54, "GMA" tied for first with "Today" in rating with only 3,000 news demo viewers separating the two programs (1.76/2.090 million vs. 1.76/2.093 million).

    "GMA" has ranked No. 1 in Total Viewers for six months straight (the last 24

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