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APNewsBreak: Texas firefighter dies in Lubbock

A hospital spokesman says a Texas firefighter injured while battling a Panhandle wildfire earlier this month has died. Full story

FAA suspends sleeping controllers, adds more staff

A napping air traffic controller who forced a medical flight to land unaided in Nevada brought swift reaction from the Federal Aviation Administration, which on Wednesday added a second overnight controller at 26 airports and a radar facility. The move came after several other recent incidents of co Full story

FAA adds 2nd controller at night at 27 airports

Federal aviation officials say they're adding a second air traffic controller to midnight shifts at 27 airports around the country following the suspensions of controllers at three more airports in Nevada, Washington and Texas. Full story

Crews battle wildfires amid severe Texas drought

Firefighters on Monday battled to contain several large blazes that have burned hundreds of square miles of rural Texas and destroyed more than 60 homes since last week. Full story

Saudi man pleads not guilty to bomb plot

A U.S. college student from Saudi Arabia accused of buying chemicals and equipment to build a weapon of mass destruction pleaded not guilty Monday. Full story

Saudi accused in bomb plot pleads not guilty

A 20-year-old Saudi student indicted in a bomb plot with targets including the Dallas home of former President George W. Bush pleaded not guilty on Monday. Full story

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This undated photo courtesy of the Lubbock County Sheriff's Department in Lubbock, Texas shows Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari. A Saudi national pleaded not guilty March 28, 2011 to plotting attacks against possible US targets, including the Texas home of former president George W. Bush. Khalid Ali-M Aldaws