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Cronyism: Unions & Politicians Fight Norwegian Air’s Access Because They Offer Cheap Flights

Frank Camp, Thursday, ultra-low budget Norwegian Air announced $65 flights from three east coast airports to various European cities, and the airline industry broke into a collective rage-panic. The $65 flights are merely an introductory price, and don’t include a variety of optional fees. After the introductory phase, flights will be set at a still-thrifty

U.S. Conducts Spy Flight Over Russia

Bill GertzWashington Free Beacon After a tit-for-tat series of delays, the United States conducted an Open Skies Treaty intelligence flight over Russian territory on Monday, a State Department official said. The spy flight originally was scheduled for April 14 but was canceled by Russia after a U.S. team for the flight failed to arrive near

Spying the Open Skies of America

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton  For those of you out there that thought there was any truth to Obama opposing Putin in Russia, you might want to rethink that and fast. He’s proving just how flexible he really is these days. There is a fight within the Administration, with one side supporting surveillance flights from Russia over American