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The plaintiff alleges she blacked out after the captain gave her wine at a hotel lounge.
At issue is whether 178 flight readiness technicians and inspectors can vote on whether to join.
The pilot reportedly did not follow instructions and approached the airport’s runway from the wrong direction.
New data could help scientists determine the depth of the planet’s Great Red Spot.
Turbine blades inside the engines are corroding faster than expected.
The bones are lost, but measurements of her skull, arm and leg remain.
More than $7 billion in federal funds have already been spent on the GPS-based NextGen program.
Low-cost carrier adds two weekly flights to Denver, one of United’s destinations from Paine Field.
The disagreement is over a small cargo hold in place of improved aerodynamics and passenger comfort.
He may use it to launch a new space shuttle called ‘Black Ice.’
The USS Lexington was torpedoed by the Japanese in the 1942 Battle of the Coral Sea.
“I think it will happen faster than any of us understand,” CEO Dennis Muilenburg says.
GOP leaders of the House Ways and Means Committee circulate a letter opposing president’s plan.
Microbes that dwell near our planet’s hydrothermal vents can tolerate a simulated Enceladus habitat.
Officials said there is an 85% chance of finding airliner debris in a new search area.
Management can look at most anything a worker creates on the job or with company equipment.
It is capable of forecasting with fast, crisp images of hurricanes, wildfires and other calamities.
Critics argue that sanctions will drive up prices and hurt U.S. companies that use steel or aluminum.
John Dunkin is being considered for chief of the Federal Aviation Administration.
The signal comes from the moment when the universe’s earliest stars emerged.