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Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - As 40,000 new airline layoffs were announced yesterday and executives warned of looming bankruptcies, industry officials urged Congress to act immediately on a $17.5 billion bailout for the stricken air-travel business. Republican and...
Sun StaffIn a tragic echo of the Challenger disaster, the seven astronauts on the space shuttle Columbia died yesterday when the spacecraft broke apart over Texas just moments before its scheduled landing and disappeared in a trail of fire, smoke and debris....
Tags: NASA, Tom Jones, Maryland, Death, Lyndon B. Johnson
Sun Foreign StaffKUFAH, Iraq - Hugging a pitifully small pile of gravel, bullets whizzing all around, it became obvious that access would not be a problem. An Iraqi sniper was firing a semiautomatic rifle from a building near the southern city of Najaf. Dozens of U.S....
To many economists, the terror attacks of Sept. 11 were like an earthquake or other natural disaster-- devastating at the moment but having no lasting effect on the U.S. economy. That is not the case. The attacks were a man-made disaster, not a...
The Post and Courier, Charleston, S.C.After leading the state's delegation to Europe's biggest aerospace events the past two years, Gov. Nikki Haley will not attend next month's Paris Air Show. South Carolina will send an economic development contingent to the biennial expo, which runs June...
The Post and Courier, Charleston, S.C.Nationwide, the Transportation Security Administration confiscates about two guns a day at U.S. airports. That's the same number confiscated each month, on average, at Charleston International, the federal agency's top local official said Thursday. "I...
A white-and-black space plane, very much resembling the now-retired space shuttle, was trucked to a NASA flight center in the Mojave Desert to begin a round of testing to see if it has the right stuff to carry astronauts one day. Tucked under a white...
Tags: NASA, SpaceX, Rocketry, Space Programs, Satellite Technology
As travelers start thinking about winging off to summer vacations, many could learn a few things from expert fliers to ensure they get the best value for their money when booking flights. Price and flight schedules are clearly the primary factors for...
FrameworkA Los Angeles Police Department bomb disposal squad member, wearing protective clothing, watches hijacked Frontier Airlines Boeing 737 jetliner parked at LAX....
Seattle TimesBoeing and General Electric said Wednesday they told airlines to inspect and possibly replace the engines on some Boeing 777 jets because of a potential manufacturing defect in a gearbox. The engine-maker issued two service bulletins to airline...
ReutersBy Nadia Damouni, David Henry and Ross Kerber May 16 (Reuters) - For years, JPMorgan Chase & Co Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon and other executives have hand-picked new directors, in a practice that is now unusual for a major U.S. bank. The JPMorgan...
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