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Chesley B. Sullenberger III

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  • Mark Wahlberg apologizes for 'irresponsible' 9/11 comments

     
    Mark Wahlberg: Mark Wahlberg apologized this week for suggesting that he could have singlehandedly stopped one of the 9/11 planes from hitting the World Trade Center....
  • Witnesses: Miracle On The Hudson Story May Have Some Holes In It

    Witnesses: Miracle On The Hudson Story May Have Some Holes In It
    While nobody is disputing that Captain Chesley Sullenberger ditched US Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson between New York and New Jersey on January 15, 2009 after striking Canada geese causing the aircraft to lose thrust in both engines, there is some...
  • NYC To Trap And Gas 2,000 Geese

    NYC To Trap And Gas 2,000 Geese
    New Yorkers will soon see less birds and more planes in the sky this summer. City officials plan on working with the U.S. Agriculture Department to hunt and kill as many as 2,000 Canadian geese that fly within five miles of near its two major airports in...
  • WGN-TV CELEBRATES THE HOLIDAYS WITH ORIGINAL PRODUCTION 'CHICAGOS VERY OWN HOLIDAYS 2009,'

    CHICAGO, December 9, 2009 Chicago's Very Own Holidays 2009, a new, original half-hour local production, will offer a nostalgic look back at Chicago Christmases past. It will premiere on December 20 from 8:30-9pm, with encores on Christmas Eve,...
  • 'You Lie!' On Yale List Of Year's Memorable Quotes

    'You Lie!' On Yale List Of Year's Memorable Quotes
    The fierce debate over health care hasn't led to a new law yet, but it's produced some of this year's top quotes, according to a Yale University librarian. Fred Shapiro, associate librarian and lecturer in legal research at Yale Law School, is...
  • Los Angeles Times bestsellers for Jan. 17, 2010

    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Fiction || Weeks on list || || 1. || The Help by Kathryn Stockett (Putnam: $24.95) The lives of a maid, a cook and a college graduate become intertwined as they change a Mississippi town. || 32 || || 2. || Too Much Happiness by...
  • Survivors of Hudson Jet Landing Gather Year Later

    Survivors of Hudson Jet Landing Gather Year Later
    It should have been a death knell: "Brace for impact." But a year after 155 people lived through the water landing of the incapacitated US Airways Flight 1549 in the middle of the frigid Hudson River, many of them are gathering to celebrate the...
  • NY Harbor Tour Now Includes Site Of 'Miracle On The Hudson'

    NY Harbor Tour Now Includes Site Of 'Miracle On The Hudson'
    Passengers on New York Waterway harbor cruises have always been schooled on the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and the Brooklyn Bridge. Now, there's a new addition to the itinerary: the site of "the miracle on the Hudson." The 90-minute...
  • Hudson 'Miracle' Pilots Reunite For First Flight Back

    Hudson 'Miracle' Pilots Reunite For First Flight Back
    The "Miracle on the Hudson" pilots are back together. Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger and 1st Officer Jeffrey Skiles flew Thursday from Charlotte, N.C., to New York - their first flight together since they were forced to ditch a disabled plane in...
  • October 12-16

    Hanson - Captain Sullenberger - Ernest Borgnine - Jeffrey Ross - Deepak Chopra - Jack LaLanne - Elliott Gould - Tom Arnold - Larry Hagman Monday, October 12 Live Music - Hason House of Blues Today @ 5 p.m. (312) 923-2000 www.UseYourSole.com www....
  • Growing Number Of Pilots Joining Airline Passengers Frustrated Over Scanners, Pat-Downs

    Growing Number Of Pilots Joining Airline Passengers Frustrated Over Scanners, Pat-Downs
    Airport security stops one airline pilot because he's carrying a butter knife. Elsewhere, crews opt for pat-down searches because they fear low-level radiation from body scanners could be harmful. And in San Diego, one traveler is told he can't fly at all...