The overnight dysfunction of the air traffic control system explained.
Archives for April 14, 2011
NPR has rolled out a new Facebook app that — with any luck at all — might distract your friends from all of those quizzes that suddenly seem to be spamming things.
Say what you want about the Minnesota Legislature, but it’s a fine example of the difference between state lawmakers and those who work in Washington.
The head of the nation’s air traffic control group at the Federal Aviation Administration fell on his sword today.
That’s a loon on Lake Calhoun this morning.
A day to Thai one on, defending Dylan, the creative process explored, slave trade in the classroom, and Patton Oswalt Radio.