I-News, a collaborative of Colorado media, analyzed 10 years’ worth of air safety reports and found that Colorado’s air traffic controllers reported 32 serious safety concerns last year, ranging from confusion during severe weather to too many trainees in control facilities.
"As the Qaddafi clan conducts a bloody struggle to hold onto power in Libya, cables obtained by WikiLeaks offer a vivid account of the lavish spending, rampant nepotism and bitter rivalries that have defined what a 2006 cable called 'Qadhafi Incorporated,' using the State Department's preference from the multiple spellings for Libya's troubled first family.
A Greensburg, Pa., man was admitted to a hospital after he began hallucinating. Daniel Corsaro's symptoms suggested he was taking drugs. State police found nothing in his apartment, but they did find a drug lab on the floor below.
Many uninsured people will be able to get coverage under the federal health law. Those changes, however, don't kick in until 2014. Until then, they can try to get insurance on their own, which is expensive. Or, they can apply to join high-risk pools.
A defiant Moammar Gadhafi is encouraging his supporters to strike back against Libyan protesters to defend his embattled regime. Eastern Libya is considered "liberated" territory and is under the control of anti-Gadhafi forces.
Across the country, governors are addressing budget shortfalls by trying to curb rights and pay for public employees. In Ohio, GOP introduced legislation would rein in collective bargaining powers of public employee unions.