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Russian Spy Plane Nearly Collides With Commercial Aircraft
In recent months Russian planes have repeatedly breached NATO airspace, causing close encounters.
'This Week' Transcript: Former CIA Director Michael Hayden
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on December 14, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: Now on ABC This Week. Developing this morning, stunner in the skies: a Russian military plane narrowly avoids a collision with a passenger jet. What has officials so alarmed? The CIA and torture:
American Circus Troupe Stuck In Israel Due To FAA Ban
Group of Young American Performers Now Forced To Stay In Israel Until Monday
Jets Clip on Runways of Two Different Airports
We begin there, big scare in newark, new jersey. New planes colliding on the runway running into each other. You see the damage to the wing of one of the planes right there. It wasn't the only mishap, by the way, at an airport overnight. Abc's david kerley has much more now on the growing safety
Planes Clip Wings on Tarmac
The FAA is investigating two planes clipping wings at Newark Liberty Airport.
Two Planes Clip Wings at Newark Liberty International Airport
Two planes clipped each other's wings Wednesday while on the runway at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, authorities said. The left wing of the Scandinavian Airlines plane clipped the tail of the United ExpressJet as the aircrafts prepared to take off, according to the FAA. The
Facebook Rankings Reflect National Stereotypes
Users of the social networking site Facebook often obsess over numbers of virtual friends and update their status on the hour. But the popularity contest is no longer limited to people's profiles. Companies are paying close attention to countries' most popular Facebook pages for brands -- which
Latest on the Volcano
Volcano still spewing ash; European air space still down; travelers frustrated.
Using the Web to Reunite Refugees
Facebook is great if you want to find long-lost classmates. But what if you're a refugee looking for family members? A new Web site seeks to provide those displaced by war or disaster with a platform to search themselves -- provided they have Internet access. Facebook addicts will, of course, tell
Airport Check-in: Twitter trend catches on; Delta drops 'Crown'
• Zurich Airport has introduced a bag-drop zone that is shared by multiple airlines. Developed by ground aviation specialist Swissport International and aviation technology firm SITA, the 10 common-use counters are for customers of 11 airlines that are members of Star Alliance: Adria Airways,