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Air Transportation Disasters

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  • Isolated Alaskans push Department of Interior for road through refuge

    WASHINGTON A group of King Cove, Alaska, residents are in Washington this week attempting to persuade Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to reverse her rejection of a road through a national wildlife refuge that would allow the isolated community access to...
  • TV turns Flight MH370 into news candy

     TV turns Flight MH370 into news candy
    If television is chewing gum for the eyes, as an old saying goes, the Malaysia Airlines mystery plane has turned cable television news into candy for the ears. The mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which disappeared with 239 people on board,...
  • Plane disaster tests once-close relationship between China, Malaysia

    NANYANG, China Last October, as the U.S. budget meltdown was forcing President Barack Obama to abandon a key trip to Asia, China's top leader, Xi Jinping, seized on Washington's dysfunction and courted Malaysia with a big trade pact. "Our two countries...
  • Malaysia Airlines jet: Satellite spots 122 objects in search area

    BEIJING -- Malaysian authorities said Wednesday they were encouraged by new satellite images provided by France showing 122 floating objects off the Australian coast that could be debris of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The discovery...
  • Missing Plane's Scary Flight Into Darkness

    Missing Plane's Scary Flight Into Darkness
    What is so captivating about the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370? For more than two weeks, international audiences followed minute-by-minute accounts of the search for the missing flight, and only this week were authorities...
  • CinemaCon 2014: Angelina Jolie previews long-awaited 'Unbroken'

    CinemaCon 2014: Angelina Jolie previews long-awaited 'Unbroken'
    LAS VEGAS — At CinemaCon, most movie studios trot out a slew of their most recognizable actors and filmmakers. But when Angelina Jolie is in town, there’s really no need to bring any other star on stage. That was the message Universal...
  • Malaysia says jet crashed in sea; bad weather halts search

    Malaysia says jet crashed in sea; bad weather halts search
    SYDNEY/KUALA LUMPUR - Bad weather and rough seas on Tuesday forced the suspension of the search for any wreckage of a missing Malaysian jetliner that officials are now sure crashed in the remote Indian Ocean with the loss of all 239 people on board....
  • Analysis of 'pings' helped reach conclusions on 777's fate

    SEATTLE Detailed analysis of hourly "pings" to and from a stationary satellite positioned over the central Indian Ocean has allowed authorities to conclude definitively that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 must have gone down in the southern part of the...
  • Fort Bragg remembers deadly Green Ramp accident

    FORT BRAGG, N.C. Paratroopers shared memories of hurt and heroism Monday during a ceremony to commemorate the 20th anniversary of one of the worst training accidents in U.S. Army history the plane crash at Green Ramp that killed 24 people and injured more...
  • Chinese plane spots object in Malaysia jet search area

    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — A succession of satellite images from the Australians, the Chinese and the French, as well as a Chinese plane's report of "suspicious objects," has bolstered hopes for a breakthrough in the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines...
  • Facts go missing in nonstop coverage of MH370 mystery

    Let me go out on a limb: The Malaysian airliner did not get sucked into a black hole, vanish over the Indian Ocean equivalent of the Bermuda Triangle or crash-land on the spooky island from "Lost." Those "theories" were actually discussed on CNN this...