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Health, fitness, and even sickness are costing us more than ever.
Administration bailouts have worked wonders before for rail and air industries and even a car maker.
The announcement reverses a portion of the à la carte business model the company instituted in August.
As a former flight attendant (for another airline), I have to say that this was the perfect ditching ["How Sullenberger Really Saved US Airways Flight 1549," usnews.com].
A US Airways pilot makes a lifesaving landing in the Hudson River.
A US Airways pilot ditched his disabled jetliner into the frigid Hudson River on Jan. 15, 2009, after a collision with a flock of birds apparently knocked out both engines, but rescuers pulled all 155 people on board into boats as the plane sank, authorities say. There were no immediate reports of any serious injuries.
It's in the best interest of both conservation and transportation advocates to keep birds away from planes.
American Red Cross's southern region chooses novel way to replenish blood supply.