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South Korea Seeks Arrest Warrants for Captain, Two Crew Members of Doomed Ferry
Caped Hijacker Wielded Toblerone 'Like a Sword'
"He said, 'I am robbing the plane now. I want to see the Olympics in Sochi and I need to get off the plane now,'" flight attendant testifies.
Remembering Jerrie Mock's Solo Flight Around the World
It’s been 50 years since Jerrie Mock became the first woman to fly solo around the earth.
Say Cheese! 'Awkward Family' Photo Exhibit Opens in California
Take a look at the "Awkward Family Photo Exhibition," featuring cringe-worthy, yet totally hilarious family photos
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It Could Be a Hot Summer for Vacations
Consumers may be spending less at the malls, but it may be to save up for summer vacation.
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Checkups and Cooldowns: The Week in Pictures
Chile fire scorches, North Korea’s marathon welcomes tourists, Holy Week brings penitents, an Orangutan gets a check-up and more.
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Eastern Air Lines Faces Long Odds for Takeoff
Given the turbulent nature of the U.S. airline industry, it is possible that the startup carrier will never fly.
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Prince Peers Over Precipice, Aussies Hold Breath
Prince William looked over the edge of a cliff with an over 300-foot drop on a visit to the Narrow Neck Lookout.
Why High Fuel Prices Are Good for Airlines
Airline executives frequently complain about fuel costs. But the truth is higher prices actually have been good for business.
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