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Harrison Ford under FAA investigation after botched airport landing

Actor Harrison Ford accidentally flew over a passenger plane Monday, sparking an investigation by the FAA.

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Drone Registration in the US: How to Register Your Drone Online for Free

Drone owners must register by Feb. 19 — here's how.
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Thanksgiving Week 2015 Travel Conditions by Region and How to Check Flight Delays

Clear skies ahead — for the most part.
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FAA: Delivery Drones Won't Be Happening Anytime Soon

Pizza delivery men won't be replaced by robots anytime soon.
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Here's How St. Louis Police Tried to Keep America From Seeing What Happened in Ferguson

This is media suppression at its most obvious.

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A Malaysia Official Said Maybe — Just Maybe — Flight 370 Passengers Are Still Alive

It's almost like psychological abuse at this point.
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The Simplest, Most Plausible Explanation Yet of What Happened to Flight 370

A former pilot gives a detailed account of what likely transpired.
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Plane Travel Is the Safest it Has Ever Been — Check This Chart

You have a 1-in-11 million chance of dying in an airplane crash.
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The U.S. Government Thinks These Things Are More "Essential" Than Cancer Treatment for Kids

Due to the shutdown, kids with cancer won't be getting treated at the NIH. Apparently, that isn't an "essential" function of government. Meanwhile, Congress is drunk and unable to fix anything.
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FAA Furlough Ends: Congress Acts When Sequester Threatens to Slow Commute

Congress has worked with miraculous speed to end the delays caused by the FAA's sequester-imposed furlough of air traffic controllers... the day before a weeklong recess.

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Air Traffic Controller Furlough: Is This the End Of It? No, But a Sign Of Easing, Perhaps

As flights snarl and travelers' tempers rise, the legislative branch steps in to cool things down.
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LGA, JFK Flight Delays: Sequester Cuts Begin to Hit Ordinary Americans

Monday saw the first visible effects of the sequester budget cuts as air travel slowed due to furloughs. Is this the first of more delays to come?

PlaneSploit: Now You, Too, Can Hijack An Airplane

A hacker used a malicious code and an Android app to manipulate a flight simulator to hijack virtual planes and in turn highlight security weaknesses.
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Why Does Exxon Control the No-Fly Zone Over Arkansas Tar Sands Spill?

ExxonMobil is overseeing the FAA no fly zone in Mayflower, Arkansas, the site of a recent major ExxonMobil Pegasus tar sands pipeline spill. Sound suspicious?
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5 People You Know That Will Be Hurt Because of the Sequester

Sequestration isn't just going to effect federal employees. Here are five people who live and work in your community that might get furloughed or lose their jobs.

Drone Use and Development Will Slow Down in Coming Years

Predictions that drone usage is about to increase dramatically are over-hyped. Practical spending, air traffic control and utilitarian constraints will soon see drone growth level out.