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Trump on his opposition to TPP and the export of jobs overseas

Republican Donald Trump, who has made his criticism of a pending Pacific trade agreement central to his campaign, on Tuesday was to visit a Seattle suburb that is home to a large Boeing Co plane manufacturing facility that depends heavily on sales to Asian markets. Trump’s campaign has booked the Xfinity Arena, which seats thousands

Home flight simulator in MH370 captain’s home plotted Indian Ocean course

A home flight simulator owned by the pilot of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was used to plot a course to the southern Indian Ocean where the aircraft is believed to have gone missing, the Australian agency in charge of the search said on Thursday. But the Joint Agency Coordination Centre (JACC) said the presence

Flight 370: Plane Hunt Yields No Debris as Search Enters Last Zone

 An international team hunting for the missing Malaysian passenger jet is trawling the last third of a search zone for wreckage after an unmanned submarine failed to find traces of the aircraft. The Bluefin-21, which bounces sound waves off the Indian Ocean floor to create images of the seabed, has scoured two-thirds of the targeted

Australia Narrows MH370 Pinger Location to ˜Some’ Kilometers

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he’s confident crews hunting for the missing Malaysian jet have narrowed down the location of its black box to “within some kilometers,” raising optimism the wreckage will be found. “We are confident that we know the position of the black box flight recorder to within some kilometers,” Abbott said

Jet-Wreckage Find Seen Possible in Days as Pings Tracked

 Investigators are optimistic that they can soon locate wreckage from the missing Malaysian Air (MAS) jet in the Indian Ocean after reacquiring acoustic pings that may emanate from the flight recorders. Australian search vessel Ocean Shield detected a signal two more times, a possible step toward narrowing the hunt enough to deploy a robot submarine

Sailors Try to Retrieve Objects Seen in Hunt for Malaysian Plane

An Australian naval ship hunting for the missing Malaysian jet sought to retrieve objects spotted by plane in the southern Indian Ocean as the scheduling of a late-night press conference by Malaysia’s prime minister raised optimism that the two-week search has yielded first results. An Australian Air Force P3 Orion saw a gray or green

Boeing Co. 777-200ER – Timeline of Malaysian Air’s Missing Flight 370

The disappearance of Malaysian Airline System Bhd. (MAS)’s Flight 370 has galvanized a multinational search, spawned theories ranging from an accident to air piracy and repeatedly dashed hopes that a resolution was at hand. Below is a timeline of the events that began with the jet’s departure from Kuala Lumpur en route to Beijing: March