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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Paul Cheung
A San Francisco Bay Area TV station has apologized after reporting bogus names of the four pilots aboard Asiana Airlines flight 214 that were a play on Asian names.
The NTSB also apologized and said a summer intern "acted outside the scope of his authority" when he erroneously confirmed the names of the flight crew.
The phony names caricatured Asian names, said Cheung, who also is interactive and graphics editor for The Associated Press.