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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jetblue Airways Corp.
Hurricane Sandy has left more than 18,000 flight cancellations in its wake. Chaos at airports? Hardly.
Allstate Corp. is suing Goldman Sachs Group Inc., saying more than $122 million in mortgage-backed securities the insurance company bought beginning in 2006 were fraudulent.
An unexpected jump in claims for unemployment benefits and plummeting oil prices drove stocks lower early Thursday.
The flight attendant accused of onboard antics that captured the nation's attention when he told off a passenger and slid down the plane's emergency chute with a beer will undergo a mental health evaluation with the aim of avoiding jail time in a possible plea deal.
A former JetBlue flight attendant accused of cursing out a passenger and sliding down an emergency exit chute is working on a plea deal, attorneys on both sides said Tuesday.
Forget about greasy french fries, soggy pizza or that sandwich that's been sitting out for hours. Filet mignon, crispy duck confit and crab cakes are taking off at the airport.
A folk hero in digital times, JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater has been thoroughly embraced by the Web.
A judge on Tuesday granted bail for a flight attendant accused of cursing out a passenger on an airplane public-address system, grabbing some beer from the galley and exiting the aircraft on an emergency slide.
NEW YORK (AP) — Just as major airlines are beginning to return to profitability after cutting capacity to lower costs and boost profits, Virgin America entered the fray yesterday.