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The Riverside County Sheriff's Department captured a suspect wanted for assault at a home near Desert Hot Springs early Tuesday morning.


  • Pilot dies during American Airlines flight

    American Airlines

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    Medical emergencies are rare, but hardly unprecedented in commercial flights.

    It's far less common when they involve the plane's pilot -- and that pilot dies.

    That's what happened Monday on an American Airlines flight between Phoenix and Boston.


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  • Amtrak passenger train derails; 6 riders injured

    Amtrak Vermont derailment scene


    An Amtrak passenger train derailed Monday near Northfield, Vermont, injuring six people, officials said. There were no fatalities.

    Dana Huoppi, a spokeswoman with the Montpelier Fire Department, said at least two cars went off the track and over an e...

  • Danish moms told to buy baby-making vacations

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    A Danish travel company has come up with a novel solution for reversing the country's declining birth rates.

  • Hotel's $2,000-a-night 'space' experience

    Space Hotel mirrors

    Kameha Grand Zurich via CNN

    Always dreamed of going to space but never felt cut out for grueling astronaut training?

    Soon it'll be possible to (almost) indulge this fantasy without leaving Earth.

    A hotel in Zurich, Switzerland, has just unveiled a new suite kitted out to look li...

  • Nepal bans novice climbers from Everest

    Mt Everest

    Larry Lazo/CNN

    Facing increasing criticism over safety and the environmental impacts of climbing on Mount Everest, Nepalese tourism officials have banned novice climbers from the world's tallest peak and are considering additional limits.

  • Disabled climber halts Everest effort

    Mount Everest

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    Mount Everest's summit will once again remain elusive for Nobukazu Kuriki, the tenacious Japanese climber who was nearly a month into his fifth attempt to scale the world's highest mountain when perilous conditions on Saturday forced him to abandon h...

  • Creepy mannequin heads dot Japan countryside

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    Dennis Doucet

    If you're traveling around Japan's countryside in late summer, don't be alarmed if you see a bunch of creepy mannequin heads staring at you from the fields.

  • With a tarantula roaming about, Delta calls off flight

    Smithsonian tarantula

    Stefan Zaklin/Getty Images

    There are a multitude of reasons your flight might be canceled or delayed -- but a spider?

  • Virgin Atlantic plane wing clips fence

    Virgin Atlantic

    Virgin Atlantic

    Passengers were removed from a Virgin Atlantic flight in New York on Saturday after a wing clipped a fence.

    No one was injured on Flight VS26 from John F. Kennedy International Airport to London's Heathrow, according to the Port Authority of New York...

  • First look: Boeing's new 737 MAX 8

    737 MAX 8

    Boeing via CNN

    It's all about the winglets.

    Boeing has released new photos offering a tantalizing glimpse of the 737 MAX 8 -- the first member of the U.S. aviation giant's new, more efficient single-aisle plane family.

    Still under construction in a dedicated new faci...

  • Air Marshals allegedly sought prostitutes

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    At least two Federal Air Marshals are at the center of a prostitution investigation by the Transportation Security Administration.

    The TSA's Office of Professional Responsibility and Office of Inspections has launched a probe into allegations two air...

  • Grounded American Airlines flights resuming after technical problems

    American Airlines

    Derek Davis/CNN

    American Airlines resumed flights Thursday after computer problems briefly grounded flights at three of its busiest airports.

    The problem affected flights to and from Chicago's O'Hare Airport, as well as Dallas-Fort Worth and Miami. Almost 300 flights...

  • Pilot diverts airplane to save dog

    Air Canada

    Air Canada

    Simba the French bulldog is probably alive today because of the attentiveness of an Air Canada pilot.

  • Ex-SkyWest flight attendant accused of bomb threats


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    A former SkyWest flight attendant admitted he fabricated two bomb threats that resulted in emergency landings in North Dakota and Virginia, according to court documents released this week.  

  • Alaska plane crash kills 3

    Unemployment rates - Alaska


    A small plane crashed in the area of Iliamna in southern Alaska on Tuesday, killing three people and injuring more.

    Rescue personnel were on the ground and assisted the injured passengers, the Alaska Department of Public Safety said in a statement.


  • Air India grounds 'heavy' cabin crew

    Airline airplane


    Air India, a debt-burdened, state-run carrier, is trying to shed some extra flab.

  • Stowaway's body found at Dutch airport

    Schiphol Airport

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    The body of a stowaway was discovered Saturday in the landing gear of a cargo plane at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam, a Dutch border police official told CNN.

  • Police: JetBlue passenger urinates on others

    JetBlue plane

    Joe Raedle/Getty Images

    A passenger on a Portland, Oregon-bound JetBlue flight is accused of urinating on fellow travelers, seats and luggage.

  • Budget airline stops flying to Moscow


    Barry Neild/CNN

    It seems that a lot of Russians can no longer afford to fly -- not even on budget flights.

  • JetBlue passenger urinates on others

    JetBlue plane

    Joe Raedle/Getty Images

    A passenger on a Portland, Oregon-bound JetBlue flight is accused of urinating on fellow travelers, seats and luggage. Jeff D. Rubin, 27, of Gresham, Oregon, is facing misdemeanor charges as a result.

  • Jet's fire suppression failed to stop flames, source says

    Brit Air accident 1

    CNN, KSNV, Twitter/@pberberian, Twitter/@party_mike, Instagram/DJCarnage, Twitter/Dominic Worthington, Randy Farrell, Yvette

    The British Airways jetliner that caught fire on the Las Vegas airport's tarmac had suppression equipment, but it just didn't work to suppress the flames, a source close to the investigation said Wednesday.

    Twenty-seven people associated with British ...

  • British Airways jet catches fire at Las Vegas airport

    Brit Air accident 1

    CNN, KSNV, Twitter/@pberberian, Twitter/@party_mike, Instagram/DJCarnage, Twitter/Dominic Worthington, Randy Farrell, Yvette

    A British Airways flight caught fire on the runway at the Las Vegas airport Tuesday, sending 13 people to local hospitals for treatment.

    A majority of the injuries came as passengers slid down the inflatable chutes to evacuate the Boeing 777, Clark Co...

  • Carnival Liberty to fly passengers home

    carnival liberty cruise ship

    Joe Raedle/Getty Images

    When passengers boarded the Carnival Liberty cruise liner on Sunday, they had no idea that an engine fire would abruptly end their trip.

  • Caesars Palace to pay millions for not policing money laundering

    Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas

    Courtesy Caesar's Entertainment

    Caesars Palace is paying federal and state authorities millions for not doing enough to prevent money laundering by high-rolling gamblers from Asia.

    The Las Vegas casino agreed to an $8 million fine by the federal agency responsible for combating mone...

  • What are the dirtiest things on an airplane?

    bathroom stall lock plane via CNN

    There's no better way to test your body's immune system than by subjecting it to air travel.


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