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The Federal Aviation Administration will bar airports nationwide from using a traffic-reversing operation that led to a close call last week at an airport near the nation's capital.
A woman whose comments in Ohio about a bomb stopped flights for a time at Washington Reagan National Airport told officials she received a message from God.
Dr. Todd Curtis, aviation safety expert and founder of the AirSafe.com Foundation
Chris Core, commentator
Federal safety officials are investigating a report that two planes landed at Reagan National Airport without control tower clearance because the air traffic controller was asleep.
A proposal to expand flights at Reagan National Airport that has surfaced repeatedly over the last 20 years is stirring controversy again.
Officials in charge of bringing Metrorail to Dulles have ruled out a move that could have permanently altered the fašade of one of the D.C. region's most iconic buildings.
Tags: Metrorail , Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project , Dulles International Airport , Peter Benjamin , Mame Reiley , Metro Board Chairman Peter Benjamin , Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority , Adam Tuss
Officials say things are back to normal at Reagan National Airport.
Reagan National Airport has activated both of its full-body scanners -- the imaging machines whose detailed depictions of the body of those getting the scans has garnered recent controversy -- as the airport prepares for the busiest travel day of the year.