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Rudder problem, pilot actions led to AirAsia crash that killed 162

The pilots' failure to correctly respond to a recurring rudder problem led to the crash of an AirAsia commercial jet into the Java Sea a year ago, killing all 162 aboard, Indonesian safety officials said Tuesday.<p>AirAsia Flight 8501 disappeared from radar screens Dec. 28 about 40 minutes out of …

The Wrong Way to Legalize Marijuana?

Ohio may be on the brink of creating America’s first marijuana ‘monopoly.’<p>On the surface, Ian James sounds like any other idealistic marijuana advocate: He’s critical of the war on drugs, he touts the economic and tax benefits of legalization and uses the familiar rebuttal against the “think of the …

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Daylight saving time: The myths and the truths

<b>(CNN) —</b> Loved by some, loathed by many, daylight saving time has wide-ranging and often surprising implications.<p>From energy use to our very health, here's a look at some of the mythology and facts surrounding DST.<p>MYTH: It saves energy<p>One of the most commonly offered rationales for daylight saving …

Oregon shooting: 'lucky one' describes surviving massacre

Mathew Downing was singled out by college gunman to deliver message to police and his account offers chilling details of attack that killed nine<p>The 18-year-old college student singled out by the shooter as the "lucky one" to survive and deliver a package to police officer has told his story for the …

Smuggling kingpin apparently killed with bodyguards in Libya - but who was he and who did it?

Salah al-Maskhout and eight armed bodyguards travelling with him were reportedly killed and among those suspected include Italian special forces who deny any involvement<p>The claims, as often in Libya, were dramatic: Salah al-Maskhout, the country’s biggest people smuggler, had been shot dead along …