Southwest Airlines grounds 128 uninspected planes

The US carrier Southwest Airlines, the world’s largest low-cost carrier, announced grounding 128 planes on Tuesday because the planes had not be adequately inspected. Company spokesperson Brandy King explained backup hydraulic systems of 128 of the company’s Boeing 737-700s should … Continue reading

Peterborough United F.C. manager Darren Ferguson leaves club

Darren Ferguson resigned yesterday as the manager of Peterborough United Football Club. His departure comes after a 3’0 defeat yesterday to MK Dons. Peterborough United are currently in fifteenth position of League One, the third tier of English football. Peterborough … Continue reading

Senior Telegraph writer Peter Oborne alleges paper suppressed reports on HSBC

Peter Oborne, former chief political commentator at British broadsheet newspaper the Daily Telegraph, has alleged the paper suppressed and under-reported stories involving banking giant HSBC so as to avoid a loss of advertising revenue. In a public resignation from the … Continue reading

University of Utah study finds suicide may be linked to air pollution

A University of Utah study published on Tuesday in The American Journal of Epidemiology suggests air pollution may increase suicide rates. The team analysed suicide records for over 1,500 people from Salt Lake County, Utah from 2000 through 2010. Comparing … Continue reading