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(Undated) -- Several international airlines are tightening cockpit security following the Germanwings disaster. Air Canada said today it's changing its rules to require that two people are in the cockpit at all times during flights. That follows a similar move by Norwegian Air...
(Washington, DC) -- Illinois Representative Aaron Schock says he's departing Congress with "sadness and humility." The embattled Republican delivered a farewell address today after announcing his resignation over questions about his campaign spending. Schock vowed to "work...
(Charlottesville, VA) -- An abduction charge against suspected University of Virginia student killer Jesse Matthew will be prosecuted in Albemarle County, not Charlottesville. Matthew appeared in Charlottesville court from the Albemarle County jail via video link for about a...
(St. Paul, MN) -- Senator Al Franken is once again pushing a bill that would address the high number of mentally ill people housed within the prison system. The Minnesota Democrat says the bill would fund mental health courts, and allow judges and prosecutors to agree on who...
(Washington, DC) -- State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke claims there is no military solution to the crisis in Yemen. Saudi Arabia and several other nations are pounding anti-government rebel targets with airstrikes. The U.S. military is providing logistical and intelligence...
(Undated) -- The co-pilot who crashed the doomed Germanwings flight into the French Alps trained in Goodyear, Arizona. However, as Valerie Paraso reports, no one at the school is eager to talk. Play Clip
(Indianapolis, IN) -- A controversial religious freedom bill will be signed into law by Indiana Governor Mike Pence today. The law allows businesses in the state to refuse service to gay customers by saying it conflicts with their religious beliefs. Critics say the measure will...
(Undated) -- German officials are expressing shock over reports that the co-pilot of a Germanwings flight deliberately crashed a jetliner with 150 people aboard into the French Alps. Chancellor Angela Merkel said it's incomprehensible that such a thing could happen. French...
(Trenton, NJ) -- Governor Christie's decision to enter the legal fray against President Obama's executive action on immigration is being slammed by his opponents at home. Several organizations say the possible GOP contender for president is not representing "New Jersey values."...