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  1. U.S. decision on Dreamliner plan could come soon: LaHood

    Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said on Monday his department will not rush its review of Boeing's plan to fix battery problems for its grounded 787 Dreamliner, ...

  2. Boeing has "good plan" for Dreamliner battery fix: official

    Boeing Co has a "good plan" to fix the battery problem that has grounded its 787 Dreamliner jets since January, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said on Friday.La...

  3. Boeing 787 Faces New Risk

    As Boeing works to regain permission for its 787 Dreamliner to resume flights, the company faces what could be a costly new challenge: a temporary ban on some of the...

  4. FAA Approves Boeing Battery Fix Plan

    The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday gave initial approval to Boeing Co.'s (BA) proposed package of fixes to batteries on the company's 787 jets, setting t...

  5. FAA Approves Boeing 787 Battery Revision Plan

    The Federal Aviation Administration approved on Tuesday Boeing Co.'s certification plan which paves the way to begin testing a redesigned battery system for the comp...

  6. Boeing Closer to Reinstating 787 Fleet

    U.S. flight safety officials approved of Boeing's (NYSE:BA) 787 certification plan late Tuesday that includes a redesign of internal battery components, moving the j...

  7. Analysis: FAA faces obstacles in approving Boeing Dreamliner fix

    Boeing said this week it can move "really fast" to get its 787 Dreamliner back into the skies once regulators approve a fix for burning batteries on board the plane....

  8. U.S. Hands Egypt $250M in Additional Aid

    FNC’s Eric Bolling on the funds being given to the Egyptian government.

  9. Can a Budget Help Solve the Spending Debate?

    Rep. Jason Chaffetz, (R-Utah), on the debate over sequestration and cutting government spending.

  10. Sequestration: Fact vs. Fiction

    Former Gov. Haley Barbour, (R-Miss.), on the potential consequences of automatic budget cuts.

  11. White House Continues to Warn Against Sequestration

    The White House escalated a campaign on Monday to convince Americans dire consequences await if government spending cuts go ahead on March 1, warning of a slow down ...

  12. Long Lines at U.S. Customs Seen after Sequester

    Automatic spending cuts set to go into effect Friday could lead to five-hour long waits at airport customs for passengers entering the U.S., the White House said.Off...

  1. Ray LaHood : GM recall will be investigated very thoroughly

    Former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on the GM recall over a faulty ignition switch.

  2. Lawmakers press U.S. regulators on America-US Airways deal

    Over 100 members of Congress have asked U.S. regulators to allow American Airlines and US Airways Group to keep all their airport slots at Reagan National Airport ou...

  3. Feds Give $1 Mln In Aid To Repair Collapsed Bridge

    U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood on Friday announced that the government is allocating $1 million in federal emergency funds to Washington State to help r...

  4. Obama Taps Foxx To Head Transportation Department

    President Barack Obama on Monday nominated Charlotte, N.C., Mayor Anthony Foxx to replace Ray LaHood as U.S. transportation secretary. Foxx, 41, was the first Democr...

  5. FAA slaps UPS with $4 million penalty

    The Federal Aviation Administration said United Parcel Service should pay a $4 million civil penalty for not complying with certain rules on maintaining and operatin...

  6. FAA Furloughs to Begin on Sunday, Airlines Ready for Major Delays

    A source tells FOX Business the Federal Aviation Administration will begin sequester-related furloughs on Sunday, a move that has airlines preparing for the worst. W...

  7. Furloughs likely to cut flight arrivals, regulator says

    The top air safety regulator said on Thursday his agency expects airports will handle fewer flights during peak hours this summer because of furloughs at control tow...

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