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A space tourism trip to the moon? It could happen by 2015.
Food inflation, land grabs spur Latin America to restrict foreign ownership
At Supreme Court, another ruling in favor of corporations, critics say
Fatigue in US air travel system: It's not just air traffic controllers
FAA sets new procedures for sleepy air traffic controllers
Sleeping air-traffic controllers show that fatigue issue still plagues FAA
Government shutdown 101: What does it mean for homeland security?
Southwest Airlines jet flaw: Not unexpected, but early
The $4 trillion man: one of five things to watch April 5
Fuselage cracks: Is the problem with Southwest Airlines or Boeing 737s?
Southwest Airlines cancels 300 flights, begins inspecting aircraft
One snoozing air traffic controller wakes up FAA
Should snoozing controller at Reagan airport have had backup?
Controller's mistake at Reagan airport shows safety plans worked
Japan nuclear crisis sparks calls for IAEA reform
Long Beach Airport crash probe planned
Fear of Japan's nuclear crisis far exceeds actual risks, say scientists
Health-care repeal fails in Senate: What's the next GOP target?
Snowfall totals: why blizzard 2010 didn't bring Northeast to its knees
When will LaGuardia, JFK airport reopen? Winter weather advisory persists.
The top 10 weirdest stories of 2010
Missing airplanes data has FAA forcing owners to submit information again
Tom DeLay: How his crowning moment became a money laundering conviction
For grateful Thanksgiving travelers, a happy refrain: it could have been worse
Iowa plane crash victim identified
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Immigration reform: After step forward in Senate, a leap back in House?
Terrorist watch lists: Are they working as they should?
Mais non! French in uproar over English in the classroom.
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US acknowledges killing four American citizens in drone strikes
Obamas hosting Carole King: What's the special occasion?
Iraqi government still using bomb detectors it knows are faulty
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