Passengers on a Southwest Airlines plane first heard a loud pop and then scurried away when they saw a jagged crack in a window that forced the jet to land in Cleveland on Wednesday. Some on board immediately thought back to just two weeks ago when a jet engine blew apart and broke a window, leading to a woman being partially sucked out and killed aboard another Southwest flight. “It made you nervous because something like this just happened,” said passenger Paul Upshaw of Chicago, who was about two seats from the window.
Will "free" Assam of illegal immigrants: CM SonowalAssam and other NE states are witnessing widespread protests over a proposed amendment to the citizenship law that will allegedly undermine indigenous communities.
A Portland, Oregon family has claimed that their Amazon Echo recorded a
Meeting lined up amid unease over rally in crude price
Following President Donald Trump’s letter on Thursday canceling the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un next month, investors appear to be bracing for more rockiness ahead. The cancellation is the latest development in talks to potentially denuclearize North Korea. The nation and its southern sister vowed to work on removing nuclear weapons on…
The state's livestock sector is responsible for an estimated 55 percent of methane emissions in the state.