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A sample of companies planning bonuses in wake of tax cuts
Here are some of the bigger U.S. companies that have announced employee bonuses after the passage of the Republican tax overhaul. Dozens of smaller companies have also taken such steps. Some banks have also announced higher minimum wages for their employees and some, such as Boeing and Wells Fargo,
Woman in wheelchair falls down airport escalator
Bernice Kekona, 74, later died; her family is suing Alaska airline and its contractor.
Family sues Alaska Airlines , contractor for escalator fall
A Washington state family is suing Alaska Airlines and a contractor for allegedly neglecting to properly care for a disabled 75-year-old grandmother who suffered a fall down an airport escalator and later died.
Family suing Alaska Airlines , contractor for woman's fall down airport escalator
A Washington state family is suing Alaska Airlines and a contractor for allegedly neglecting to properly care for a disabled 75-year-old grandmother who suffered a fall down a Portland International Airport escalator in June and later died. After her flight from Hawaii landed in Portland in June
Pilot donates kidney to flight attendant
Five months after a kidney transplant, donor and recipient are back at work 30,000 feet up and are on cloud nine.
Preparation and anticipation for total solar eclipse builds across the country
People across the country are prepping for the highly anticipated eclipse that will see the moon pass completely in front of the sun, casting a shadow nearly 70 miles wide across 14 states from Oregon to South Carolina.
Flight attendant and pilot back to work after kidney transplant
Nearly five months after a kidney transplant, both donor and recipient -- an Alaska Airlines pilot and flight attendant -- are back to work at 30,000 feet up, and flying on cloud nine. In March, Captain Jodi Harskamp underwent surgery to transplant one of her healthy kidneys to flight attendant
Check out ESPN's 2017 ranking of the top 100 most famous athletes on the planet
Our Second Annual Ranking of the Biggest Names in Sports View the List Fame 100 05/30/2017 Who are the most famous athletes on the planet? Ben Alamar, ESPN's director of analytics, devised a formula that combines endorsements with social media following and internet search popularity to create the
Officer Betty Shelby on trial in Tulsa, Oklahoma
To the police officer on trial in Tulsa officer Betty shall be charged with manslaughter prosecutors say she reacted unreasonably. When she opened fire during a traffic incident. Killing Terrence clincher unarmed black man who earlier was seen with his hands in the air Shelby says she peered archer