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  • American Airlines plans to cut 13,000 jobs

    American Airlines, the nation's third-largest airline, would eliminate about 15 percent of its workforce. The move comes as part of American Airlines' bankruptcy protection plan.

  • American Airlines parent AMR Corp. seeks Ch. 11 protection

    American Airlines parent AMR Corp. seeks Ch. 11 protection

    American Airlines: The nation's third-largest airline also said Tuesday that CEO Gerard Arpey had stepped down and was replaced by company president Thomas W. Horton.

  • Winter forecast: La Niña returns, southern drought persists

    Winter forecast: La Niña returns, southern drought persists

    Last winter – with its droughts, tornado outbreaks, heavy snows, and floods – was a tough one in different ways for millions of people. Be prepared for more of the same this year.

  • Will Mitt Romney's 'Mormon moment' help his campaign?

    Will Mitt Romney's 'Mormon moment' help his campaign?

    When a Dallas pastor called Mr. Romney’s faith – Mormonism – a 'cult' at a recent convention of Christian conservatives, he brought into the open the role of religion in the primaries.

  • Airline stocks: American Airlines hits eight-year low

    Airline stocks: American Airlines hits eight-year low

    Airline stocks fell Monday, led by bankruptcy speculation for troubled American Airlines. American shares tumbled 33 percent, while airline stocks generally dropped 9.8 percent.

  • The reality of fall TV

    The reality of fall TV

    An upstart genre shows its influence as reality TV dominates the fall lineup and finds its techniques adopted across the TV landscape.

  • 'Real Housewives': Does Bravo know how to handle a real death on its hit show?

    Following the reported suicide of the husband of one of the main 'Real Housewives' characters, Bravo has indicated it is either delaying the start of the fall season or reediting the hit show.

  • Election 101: 11 questions about Rick Perry and his White House bid

    Election 101: 11 questions about Rick Perry and his White House bid

    James Richard Perry wants to hang his cowboy hat in the White House. The Texas governor announced Saturday at a campaign stop in South Carolina that he was running for president. He was also traveling later in the day to New Hampshire, and planned a trip to Iowa on Sunday. Governor Perry is a shrewd politician who oozes Texas swagger. His rock-solid record is buttressed by his state’s impressive jobs record. But is America ready for another cowboy president?

  • In Pictures Supersonic planes

    This undated artist's rendition shows the Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 (HTV-2), an unmanned, rocket-launched, maneuverable aircraft that glides through the Earth’s atmosphere at Mach 20 (approximately 13,000 miles per hour), designed by the military research group DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency).

  • Texas Gov. Rick Perry tells prayer rally: 'Our heart breaks for America'

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry tells prayer rally: 'Our heart breaks for America'

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a potential Republican candidate for the White House, headlined 'The Response' Saturday – a revival-style prayer event in Houston that drew about 22,000 people.

 
 
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