Federal investigators are sifting through the debris of a deadly plane crash near Buffalo, N.Y., in hopes of finding the "black boxes" and clues about the cause of the accident.
Thailand's Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat was removed from power, banned from politics for five years and his People Power Party disbanded on Tuesday as Thailand's three-year political crisis continued.
By PBS NewsHour
American Airlines, the world's largest carrier, cancelled 850 additional flights on Wednesday after cancelling nearly 500 on Tuesday in order to reinspect and possibly rework the wiring of its widely-used MD-80 fleet.
U.S. airlines agreed Wednesday to limit flights into Chicago's O'Hare International Airport in an effort to alleviate congestion that has plagued the airport with delays.
After an all-night battle, U.S. military officials said that coalition forces had seized control of Baghdad's main airport Friday, a key development in their campaign to topple Saddam Hussein's regime.
Coalition forces continued their thrust toward the Iraqi capital Thursday, battling Iraqi troops and reportedly taking control of Saddam Hussein International Airport 10 miles from downtown Baghdad.
In a further move to crack down on Palestinians, Israeli bulldozers and tanks damaged the runway of the Palestinian airport today in the Gaza Strip.
By Admin and PBS NewsHour
The following is the full text of President Bush's comments this morning at Reagan National Airport.
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