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Investment Banker Admits Placing Fake 'Collar Bomb' Around Teen Girl's Neck
Madeleine Pulver Had 'Bomb' On Neck for 10 Hours; Paul Peters Pleads Guilty to Extortion
ABC News Update
Engine problems today on a jet hearing Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The plane and pulled away from the gate at Dulles airport and was on the taxiway when the pilot reported. A problem with the engine. Passengers and crew members including justice Ginsburg used the evacuation slides to
Australian Collar-Bomb Hoax: Who Is Paul Peters?
Now to the latest twist in the strange story of the Harris caught. And a plot that may have been masterminded by international businessman Paul she's now speaking out about her terrifying hours trapped with what she thought was a bomb. ABC channel the tracking the source here yet and we're hearing
Collar Bomb Suspect: Who Is He?
And now we've turned back and founding story of the young with what she believed was a bomb strapped to her neck by a masked intruder. The nail biting drama unfolding in the world half a world away in Australia. Well an arrest has now been made right here at home and we'll look hockey. Who is the
Australian Collar Bomb: Man Arrested in Kentucky
FBI arrests an international businessman in connection to the extortion plot.
'Collar Bomb' Suspect Overlooks Detail that Leads to His Kentucky Arrest
Paul Douglas Peters Left Digital Footprints that Allowed Investigators to Track Him Down
Australia Collar Bomb Hoax: FBI Arrests Man in Kentucky
U.S. officials arrested an Australian man in Kentucky today in connection to the case of a mysterious intruder who attached a bogus "collar bomb" to an 18-year-old girl in a wealthy suburb of Sydney, Australia. Suspect Paul Douglas Peters, 50, is known to commute between the United States and
Southwest suspends 3 in safety probe
Southwest Airlines suspended three employees Tuesday in connection with a record $10.2 million fine issued against the carrier last week for knowingly flying jets that had not received critical safety inspections. Two whistle-blowers have alleged that the safety problems existed for years at the
Inspectors: FAA officials gave Southwest a pass on safety checks
FAA officials overseeing Southwest Airlines ignored safety violations, leaked sensitive data to the carrier and tried to intimidate two inspectors to head off investigations, according to previously undisclosed allegations by the inspectors. The Federal Aviation Administration inspectors are
Many lawsuits against pharmacies settled in silence
Chanda Givens wanted to ensure the health of her unborn child when she became pregnant last February. Her doctor prescribed a prenatal vitamin, Materna. But instead, a Walgreens wag store in suburban St. Louis gave her Matulane, a chemotherapy drug that interferes with cell growth. According to the