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  Report: Southwest plane landed nose-gear first

False report on pilots' names lands TV station, NTSB in hot water

  NBC’s Michelle Franzen reports on racial slurs used in a San Francisco bay area TV station news report. The offensive report has placed both the TV station and the NTSB in hot water.

What Happened on Flight 214?

  Investigators from the NTSB will meet with the pilots of flight 214 again this weekend. Was flight speed the main reason behind the Asiana crash? CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the latest details.

Asiana flight attendant: ‘not thinking, but acting’

  As NTSB investigators begin interviewing the four-pilot crew of the Asiana flight that crashed while landing in San Francisco, survivors of the crash, including flight attendant Lee Yoon-Hye, who was among the last to leave the plane, are speaking out. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.

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  San Francisco plane crash investigation could take months

All signs are currently pointing to pilot error in the crash of Asiana flight 214 at San Francisco airport, but officials say it may take months to find a definitive cause. NBC’s Tom Costello reports on MSNBC’s NOW with Alex Wagner.

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In this image provided by the NTSB, the wreckage of the Asiana Airline flight 214 is seen Sunday July 7, 2013. The Asiana flight crashed upon landing Saturday, July 6, at San Francisco International Airport, and two of the 307 passengers aboard were killed.