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Hollywood Docket: Errol Morris; Steven Tyler Lawyer; National Enquirer's Cosby Deal

A roundup of entertainment news including a new lawsuit against an NBC affiliate for showing a boy's private part on air. read more

Training the Brain and the Startle Response

National Geographic Channel will shortly air “Brain Games: Meet The Brain” (premiering Sunday, February 14 at 9 pm ET). As part of a virtual roundtable, Brain Blogger was selected to screen the episode and address the thought provoking question raised therein: Do you think individuals can train their brain to respond in a particular way […]

Lance Whipple’s records revisited

Last year we wrote about Lance Whipple who claimed to be an Air Force Captain and a pararescueman. He’s been claiming that for years, I guess. We got his records from the National Personnel Records Center and they said that he had 35 days of service in September and October of 1979. A few weeks […]

Russian Air Navigation Equipment Companies to Supply Egypt

Russia's Azimut and Lianozovo Electromechanical Plant air navigation equipment companies have closed a deal with the Egyptian National Air Navigation Services Company on a project to upgrade Egypt's air traffic control systems, the Egyptian Civil Aviation Ministry said.

Delta-owned refinery challenges U.S. policy on bio-fuels program

MINNEAPOLIS/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A refinery owned by Delta Air Lines is renewing a push to change a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency policy laid down as part of a national program that requires increased use of biofuels like ethanol.

PM Update: A dry but brisk weekend; National Weatherperson's Day

Chilly. dry air is streaming into the region which will hold firm through the weekend.

A 'Star Trek' must-see: Smithsonian transforms USS Enterprise into its original model

The voyages of Star Trek's USS Enterprise now include an extensive restoration at the hands of the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. Work on preserving the 11-foot (3.4 meters) model craft is now underway,...Show More Summary

Charles Barkley's rendition of 'One Shining Moment' is the terrifying disaster you'd expect

TBS COMMERCIAL MEETING Boss: We need a way to promote that we're airing the National Championship Game this year. We want something people will remember and definitely not get disgusted thinking about. Any ideas? Jim: What if we got Charles Barkley to sing? I bet he has a lovely singing voice. Boss: Jim, you've done it again. Show More Summary

MATS Compliance Help for Power Plant Operators

Late last year a federal appeals court upheld the EPA’s first-ever national standards for mercury pollution from coal-fired power plants. To help power plant operators comply with the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) and reduce emissions, ADA-ED has launched ADA Health Check. The new service provides a compliance strategy review combined with expert analysis […]

Continental recalls potentially faulty air bags installed in 5 million vehicles

Continental Automotive Systems Inc. is recalling potentially faulty air bag control units that were installed in up to 5 million vehicles. In documents posted Thursday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Continental said the air bag control units have a power supply component...

CBS to Air a Special Crossover Episode Between The Flash and Supergirl

4 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Grant Gustin) will meet Kara Danvers (played by Melissa Benoist) in her home territory of National City.

AAR Announces New On Air Regular Contributor & Political Analyst

West Bend WI – Beginning this weekend Sunday Feb. 7th, 2016 Breitbart News’ award winning journalist AWR Hawkins joins nationally syndicated Armed The post AAR Announces New On Air Regular Contributor & Political Analyst appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

U.N. Halts Syria Talks as Government Forces Close on Aleppo

5 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

GENEVA (Reuters) - A United Nations envoy halted his attempts to conduct Syrian peace talks on Wednesday after the army, backed by Russian air strikes, advanced against rebel forces north of Aleppo, choking opposition supply lines from Turkey to the city. Another senior U.N. Show More Summary

What Will the Next A-10 Warthog Look Like?

Editor’s note: This article was originally published at The National Interest on Jan. 29. On Feb. 2, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced the Air Force would delay the A-10’s retirement until at least 2022. Former Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II squadron commander and current U.S. congresswoman Martha McSally is calling on...

CBS Announces Crossover Episode For 'Supergirl' & 'The Flash'

CBS has announced its series Supergirl will host a crossover episode with CW’s The Flash to air on March 28. Grant Gustin will pay a visit to National City as a guest on the Melissa Benoist led series. “We are so incredibly excited to announce something that we have dreamed of happening since we starting [...]

U.N. envoy halts Syria peace talks, announced a 3-week pause

A United Nations envoy halted his attempts to launch Syrian peace talks on Wednesday after the army, backed by Russian air strikes, made a major advance against rebel forces north of Aleppo, choking opposition supply lines from Turkey to the city. In what rebels called a punishing assault, the government forces ended a three and […]

Lawmakers propose bill to privatize air traffic control

WASHINGTON (AP) — Responsibility for the nation's air traffic control operations would shift from the government to a private, nonprofit corporation, under legislation introduced Wednesday. The bill also tries to accelerate the FAA's safety approval process for new aircraft designs and equipment.

House Republicans unveil bill to privatize air traffic control

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Republican leaders of a U.S. House of Representatives transportation panel introduced a measure on Wednesday that would privatize the national air traffic control system, placing it under a private nonprofit group run by a range of stakeholders including airlines. The measure, long-anticipated and...

U.N. scrambles to sustain Syria talks; Russia vows to crush 'terrorists'

GENEVA/MUSCAT (Reuters) - The United Nations strained to keep faltering Syrian peace talks alive on Wednesday as Damascus tried to press home gains against rebels and its ally Russia said its air strikes would go on until "terrorists" were defeated.

Dutch Police To Train Birds To Take Down Unauthorised Drones

6 days agoHumor / odd : The Presurfer

image credit YouTube As the use of drones increasingly worries everyone from firefighters and air traffic control to law enforcement, the national police of the Netherlands have aligned themselves with a bird that hates flying robots...Show More Summary

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