A U.S. Senator from Virginia lands on the shortlist for Democratic VP pick. D.C.'s statehood proposal gets a cool reception in Cleveland. And Maryland's Republican governor attends a local crab fest in lieu of his party's convention.
Close calls between planes flying in our area are raising concerns about air traffic control. Are inexperience and heavy traffic causing problems in the control tower, or are new rules prompting more error reports? We’ll explore safety in the skies during the summer travel season.
- Matthew Wald New York Times reporter
- J. Randolph Babbitt Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
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