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Aftermath: Flight 800 Crash: THE SEARCH FOR SABOTAGE

Ghastly though it was, the Atlanta explosion had the perverse virtue of being clear-cut terrorism: an obvious bomb, identifiable victims, even fingerprints to...

Out of Thin Air

Even for sisters, Rania and Soha Rida shared a lot. They were happily planning a joint wedding since each was engaged to an EgyptAir steward. But hours before...

A THEORY GONE TO THE DOGS

Ever since TWA Flight 800 exploded in midair on July 17, investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board and the FBI have been scrambling to...

IF IT WAS A BOMB, THEN WHODUNIT?

The ocean stubbornly held on to its mysteries for most of last week. It was especially uncooperative on Thursday for the men and women investigating the crash of...

ONE SMALL STEP CLOSER

As much as Americans desire instant gratification, officials handling the investigation into the crash of TWA Flight 800 see no reason to satisfy that craving...

TERROR ON FLIGHT 800: TERROR ON FLIGHT 800

The sea speaks in many voices. On that first morning after the explosion of TWA Flight 800, amid the overwhelming stench of burning jet fuel and the plane's...

Courts Will Treat Asiana Passengers Differently

(SAN FRANCISCO) — When the courts have to figure compensation for people aboard Asiana Airlines Flight 214, the potential payouts will probably be vastly...

FLYING INTO TROUBLE

Mary Schiavo, Inspector General of the Department of Transportation, was working at her home computer on Saturday, May 11, 1996, when she received a phone call...

The Conspiracy Channel?

Which would you rather watch: a responsible and balanced ABC News report about the tragic but accidental crash of TWA Flight 800--or a stylish, X-Files-like show...

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