By DAVID KOENIGAP Airlines Writer
DALLAS (AP) - American Airlines and American Eagle say they will cancel 300 flights this week to cope with a high number of pilots reporting sick and an increase in maintenance reports filed by crews.
That's 1.25 percent of the 24,000 flights that were
DENVER (AP) - A woman who says she was raped at Denver's airport by a man who spoke with her at a bar says she didn't scream because she was being choked.
The Denver Post reports (http://bit.ly/RxlgFO) the woman, now 23, told jurors Tuesday that she stopped saying no and was just trying to
By RAMIT PLUSHNICK-MASTIAssociated Press
HOUSTON (AP) - Waving American flags and space shuttle toys, hundreds of people lined the streets and crowded the airport Wednesday as they watched space shuttle Endeavour touch down in Houston on its way to be permanently displayed in California.
By LEKAN OYEKANMIAssociated Press
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) - At Nigeria's Katangua Market, that castaway from the West means big money.
Shipping container after shipping container arrive in the market in Lagos, filled to the brim with plastic-wrapped bales of secondhand clothes from the U.S. and
By KASIE HUNT and STEVE PEOPLESAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - A bad stretch for Mitt Romney just got worse, and Republican insiders now are growing increasingly pessimistic about the GOP presidential nominee's chances of winning the White House.
The latest heartburn for these insiders
JOHANNESBURG (AP) - The International Affairs Ministry says eight South African citizens were killed in a suicide bomb blast in Afghanistan.
Spokesman Nelson Kgwete told The Associated Press that the victims are believed to have been employed by a South African aviation company based at Rand
By ROBERT BURNSAP National Security Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - The end game in Afghanistan is off to a shaky start.
Just as the last U.S. "surge" troops leave the country, trouble is breaking out in ways that go to the core of the strategy for winding down the U.S. and allied
By LOLITA C. BALDORAssociated Press
BEIJING (AP) - U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Tuesday the U.S. is concerned about the impact insider attacks are having on its forces in Afghanistan.
But he insisted Gen. John Allen, the top U.S. commander there, is taking necessary
By DEB RIECHMANNAssociated Press
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - NATO's decision to restrict operations with small Afghan forces to mitigate the threat of insider attacks means fewer boots on patrols and a shift in how the U.S.-led coalition will fight the war in Afghanistan.
By RYAN NAKASHIMAAssociated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) - If Newsweek intended its latest cover story to spark conversation, it certainly got what it was looking for.
The magazine's cover essay, "Muslim Rage: How I Survived It, How We Can End It," has spawned a huge response on Twitter.