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By Donald Lambro
Growth spikes are little more than trend-free anomalies
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Air Line Pilots Association, International
Federal authorities say it's bunk — that a recently-released TWA Flight 800 documentary that fuels the idea the plane crashed due to a missile or bomb is 100 percent incorrect.
Oil giant Chevron has agreed to pay $155 million to Brazil for an oil spill last year that fouled beaches in Rio de Janeiro, officials said Saturday.
Bears and budgets top the list as Congress returns Tuesday from a seven-week election break to a long list of unfinished business.
Federal safety regulators are investigating complaints that the throttles can stick on Ford Escape and Mazda Tribute SUVS and cause them to crash.
Pilots are getting a break from enduring the stepped-up and intrusive screening of airline passengers that's causing a public outcry.
Spirit Airlines made a deal with its pilots on Wednesday that will end their 5-day-old walkout, the union said.