MH370 Wreckage Hunter Won't Give up Until Mystery Solved
The fedora, the bomber jacket and the consuming quest invite comparisons to Indiana Jones
CIA Identifies, Memorializes Fallen Covert Officers
The CIA has revealed the identities of 15 of its fallen officers, some of whose secret ties to the spy agency are being made public for the first time in almost three decades. Engraved on a memorial wall at the CIA’s headquarters building in Northern...
Nov. 24, 1996: Ethiopian Flight Hijacked
Hijackers force plane to crash into the Indian Ocean after running out of fuel.
Somali Jihadis Launch 'News Channel' As Officials Warn of Growing Al Qaeda Links
Somalia's Al Qaeda-backed militant group Al-Shabab has launched an on-line "news" channel called Al Kataib, and its first propaganda newscast, in English, uses graphic footage to warn African countries to stop sending troops to Somalia. The launch comes as U.S. and Somali officials warn of Al
How Does One Boy Survive a Plane Crash?
Somehow there was one survivor of the fiery plane crash in Libya this morning. Just one: a 10-year-old Dutch boy. The other 103 people on the Airbus A330-200 died. Amazing? Yes. Unheard of? Not quite. This is actually the fifteenth time since 1970 that there has been a single survivor in an
Do Computers Make Planes Less or More Safe?
A Look at Whether Increased Automation Means that Planes Will be More Dangerous
World News (07.01.09)
Welcome to world news tonight Jackson's will. Michael Jackson's intentions for his estate and his children are made public and there are new questions about how He died. Mr. President our reporter calls on the leader who has seized power in Honduras me knock on the palace door. Fallout patients are
CLEM'S CHRONICLES: MICHAEL JACKSON/OBESITY/SANFORD
Howdy-Clem Lane here with tonight's editorial doings......... MICHAEL JACKSON- --THE WILL-Michael Jackson’s will was filed today in a Los Angeles court. The 2002 document, gives his entire estate to a family trust and names his 79-year-old mother Katherine and his...
Miracle at Sea: One Person Rescued from Deadly Jet Crash
At least one survivor was rescued today following the crash of a Yemenia Airlines jet near the African island nation of Comoros, government officials told ABC News. Late in the day Tuesday, rescue officials on Comoros told ABC News the survivor was a 14-year-old-girl. Earlier in the day, government
U.S. Navy Triumphs Over Pirates on the High Seas
The U.S. Navy says it helped regain control of three vessels over the weekend that had been under the control of Somali pirates for almost five months. In all three...