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Topic - Disaster_Accident
The Federal Aviation Administration has lifted its ban on U.S. flights to Israel, which it had imposed out of concern over the risk of planes being hit by Hamas rockets.
All three U.S. airlines serving Israel will resume flights there Thursday, following a two-day hiatus caused by combat in the Gaza Strip.
Virginia State Police say two were killed and at least 20 injured when a fierce storm slammed a campground on the state's Eastern Shore.
The Algerian airline plane that went off radar Thursday morning was purposefully diverted from its flight path due to a thunderstorm and to avoid contact with another plane flying the same skies, authorities said.
Little Rock Air Force Base has been placed on lockdown due to a "suspicious individual," officials said Wednesday.
Investigators seeking to get to the bottom of just who used what to shoot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine are having a difficult time getting any cooperation from Russia.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the Federal Aviation Administration can ban all it wants — he's still flying to Israel.
The Pentagon is using the strongest language yet against Russia amid an international outcry for an investigation into a Malaysian airliner that was shot down over eastern Urkaine, stating that Russia will be held accountable if its Ukraine-based supporters are to blame.
It hasn't been a good news cycle for the aviation business — a commercial plane shot down over Ukraine, the closure of Israel's main airport over terrorism fears and Wednesday's deadly crash of another plane in East Asia — but the travel-by-air business is not likely to see an economic crash landing.
Taiwan's Central News Agency says a plane has crashed in a failed emergency landing, killing 51 people.
Fruit sold at Costco, Trader Joe's, Wal-Mart and Kroger groceries has been subjected to a voluntary recall by the Wawona Packing Co., after authorities found evidence that the produce may have been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
The Federal Aviation Administration issued a notice Tuesday barring U.S. airlines from flying to or from Tel Aviv's airport for up to 24 hours after a rocket landed nearby.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott complained on Tuesday that the evidence he's seen regarding the MH17 plane crash has been obviously tampered with by somebody who wanted to purposely conceal something.
Authorities say a homeless man suffered minor injuries after being accidentally tossed into a San Francisco recycling truck.
Russian President Vladimir Putin called Tuesday for Ukraine to observe a cease-fire while investigators probe the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in rebel-held territory.