The FAA is trying to determine if some students violated any rules when they performed a popular dance during a flight from Colorado Springs to San Diego. Members of the Colorado College Ultimate team did the "Harlem Shake" in the aisles.
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Delta cancels all Israel flights over missile fear
Airlines and passengers are growing more anxious about safety since last week, when a Malaysia Airlines jet was shot down over Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board.
Federal appeals court deals blow to health law
A divided court agreed, in a 2-1 decision that could mean premium increases for more than half the 8 million Americans who have purchased taxpayer-subsidized coverage under the law.
Lawmakers face long to-do list, uncertain success
Looming large is legislation to keep the government operating beyond the start of the fiscal year on Oct. 1; the House has completed seven of the 12 spending bills while the Senate has done none.
Panhandle homicide suspect captured in Alabama
Derrick Ray Thompson was taken into custody without incident early Tuesday in Troy, Alabama, on a warrant for the slaying of nightclub owner Allen Johnson.
Alabama woman says rings found on balloon were hers
A teenager in the northwest Alabama town of Winfield found a pair of rings attached to two deflated balloons that landed in his yard on July 6.
Democratic CEO: Birmingham visit great so far
Party CEO Amy Dacey briefly addressed the crowd at a public event in downtown Birmingham on Monday night. The two-day site visit concludes Tuesday.
200 pairs of panties stolen at east Georgia mall
Richmond County sheriff's officials say a thief stole 200 pairs of panties from Victoria's Secret in Augusta Mall shortly before noon Saturday.
American Jews, other 'lone soldiers' serve Israel
There are about 2,000 lone soldiers currently serving in the military, said Marina Rozhansky, spokeswoman at the Israel Consul General in Los Angeles.
2008 law unexpectedly at center of border debate
Immigration advocates and many Democrats insist on preserving what they describe as important protections in the 2008 law for unaccompanied youths who flee their home countries or are smuggled to the U.S.
Mobile County constable charged with murder
68-year-old Larry Sheffield of Semmes was arrested early Sunday and charged with murder in the shooting death of 52-year-old Jeffrey McMillan outside a bar on the Mobile Causeway.
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