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REGINALD LEVY Pilot was hailed as a hero in '72 hijacking Reginald Levy, 88, a pilot praised for his cool-headed bravery during a 1972 hijacking by Palestinian militants, died of a suspected heart attack or blood clot Aug. 1 in Dover, England, his...
L.A. NOWOfficials were preparing Thursday afternoon to release an American Airlines flight that had been grounded at San Francisco International Airport after local police received a call threatening a hijacking, federal authorities said. Investigators determined...
Times Staff WriterALEXANDRIA, Va. — The prosecution's carefully laid strategy to secure the death penalty against confessed terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui neared collapse Monday when an incensed federal judge halted his sentencing trial and ordered a hearing to...
As The Times prepares to endorse a presidential candidate for the first time in more than 35 years, the editorial board will examine the candidates' stances on issues through our own sense of the meaning of some essential American values. How much have...
A Syrian-born terror suspect, reportedly sought in connection with the London bombings, is a fugitive in a Spanish case linked to Sept. 11 and was already wanted under a $5 million bounty offered by the United States. Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, 47, was...
Tags: Guerrilla Activity, Defense, Bombings, Germany, Armed Conflicts
Zap2It.comIn two heart-pounding minutes, the trailer for the movie "United 93" shows two passenger planes hitting the World Trade Center and the plight of the passengers aboard the hijacked airliner that crashed into a Pennsylvania field. The movie, centered on...
President Bush, whose time in office and place in history were forever shaped by the Sept. 11 attacks, is playing a central role in the commemorations, from a solemn wreath-laying ceremony at Ground Zero yesterday to a prime-time address tonight to a...
Sun ReporterThey were the first words that presaged a changed America, an America that could no longer think of itself as invulnerable, as beyond the reach of those who hated us. They were spoken by Betty Ong, a flight attendant on American Airlines Flight 11, en...
Re-creating the morning of September 11th, 2001 in unflinching, exacting detail, "United 93" plays out like a slow-motion nightmare: We know what's coming, we know how bad it's going to be, and we're powerless to stop it. All we can do is watch it...
sun reporterThe Laurel hotels where they stayed have been renovated and still attract an occasional tourist with a camera. The restaurant where they ate pizza has changed owners three times, and the new one says he knows nothing of its infamous former customers. The...
Given the state of his career over the last decade, it was only a matter of time before Harrison Ford went the aging-actioner route and made a movie about a devoted husband and father who risks everything to save his family. Never mind that he's played...
Tags: Alan Arkin, Movies, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Entertainment, Theft
Tribune science reporterBy the time puberty is over in the middle to late teens, when adult height and full reproductive capacity have been achieved, the body is at its peak--the strongest, swiftest and healthiest it will ever be. But the brain lags behind, laboring to adapt to...
Tags: Adults, Death, Entertainment, Psychiatry, Plastic Surgeons
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