FedEx pilots vote to ratify six-year contract with raises MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Pilots for FedEx Corp. have voted to approve a six-year contract that includes pay raises, according to their union. The Air Line Pilots Association said Tuesday that the contract includes higher hourly pay rates, a signing bonus and ... 10/21/2015 - 1:37 am | View Link
FedEx Pilots Approve 6-Year Contract With Bonuses, Raises Pilots at FedEx Corp., owner of the world’s biggest cargo airline, approved a six-year contract that provides a signing bonus, annual increases in hourly pay and more options for health-care benefits. The agreement was ratified by 57% of those voting ... 10/20/2015 - 12:50 am | View Link
Pilots approve six-year contract with American Airlines American Airlines pilots approved a new contract Friday with the Fort Worth-based carrier, boosting American’s efforts to settle its affairs and emerge from bankruptcy court in the first part of 2013. Several analysts also projected that settling the ... 12/7/2012 - 10:01 am | View Link
US Airways And Pilots Of Bankrupt American Airlines Seek Creditor Approval For Carriers To Merge, AMR Fighting Back By a vote Friday of 5,489 for and 1,951 against, or nearly three-quarters of the Allied Pilots Association (APA) members, the APA membership voted Friday to ratify the six-year contract ... creditors to approve a combination of American with US Airways. 12/7/2012 - 3:31 am | View Link
Union head lobbies for pilots' contract with AA DALLAS (AP) — The head of the pilots' union is making an emotional pitch to approve a tentative contract ... In exchange, American would get more flexibility to outsource flying to other airlines. Some pilots oppose the six-year length of the deal. 11/19/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
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Red-light cameras are widely hated, but a new study says getting rid of them can have fatal consequences.
Traffic deaths from red-light-running crashes go up by nearly a third after cities turn off cameras designed to catch motorists in the act, according to a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
While cities continue to add cameras at intersections with traffic signals, at least 158 communities have ended their red-light camera programs in the past five years, the study said.
Jake Nelson, the AAA automobile club's research director, said the club supports the use of red-light cameras if they're used properly, meaning data show the need for them at particular intersections — usually, a high number of fatalities.
Other studies have shown that red-light cameras increase the likelihood of rear-end crashes as motorists race through yellow lights only to run into the back of a vehicle on the other side of the intersection.
North Korea's top diplomat for U. S. affairs told The Associated Press Thursday that Washington "crossed the red line" and effectively declared war by putting leader Kim Jong Un on its list of sanctioned individuals, and said a vicious showdown could erupt if the U. S. and South Korea hold annual war games as planned next month.
The wealthy Democratic donors, many of them executives who run complex businesses, know firsthand how revealing tax returns can be. Perhaps that's why they can't stop talking about Republican nominee Donald Trump's refusal to release his.
(PARIS) — The French prosecutors’ office has identified the second man who killed a priest in a Normandy church. The office says DNA tests show he is a 19-year-old born in the eastern Vosges region of France, Abdel-Malik Nabil Petit Jean.
He and the other man, Adel Kermiche, also 19, attacked a church during morning Mass in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, outside Rouen, slashed the throat of the priest and took three nuns and an elderly couple hostage.