Martine Powers The Washington Post

'Martine Powers The Washington Post' - 8 News Result(s)

  • "She Has Nerves Of Steel": Story Of Pilot Who Landed Jet After Engine Fail
    World News | Faiz Siddiqui, Martine Powers and Ashley Halsey III, The Washington Post | Friday April 20, 2018
    The pilot's voice was calm yet focused as her plane descended, telling air traffic control she had "149 souls" on board and was carrying 21,000 pounds - or about five hours' worth - of fuel.
  • Woman Killed After Engine Fails On US Flight, Window Shattered
    World News | Faiz Siddiqui, Martine Powers and Ashley Halsey III, The Washington Post | Thursday April 19, 2018
    One person died and seven others were injured after an engine blew apart, sending shrapnel into the plane and forcing a Southwest Airlines flight to make an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport on Tuesday.
  • More Dogs Die On United Than On Any Other Airline. Here's Why.
    World News | Martine Powers, The Washington Post | Thursday April 5, 2018
    It was a horrific incident that grabbed headlines and incited the ire of dog lovers around the world. A 10-month-old French bulldog died on a United Airlines flight after his carrier was placed inside a cabin overhead compartment at the direction of a flight attendant.
  • Family Flies German Shepherd On United Airlines. Gets A Great Dane Back
    Offbeat | Martine Powers, The Washington Post | Thursday March 15, 2018
    It's been a frightening week for dog owners considering putting their pet on plane and a bad one for United Airlines. A Kansas-bound German shepherd may have mistakenly been shipped to Japan by - you guessed it - United Airlines.
  • Puppy Dies After Being Put In Overhead Bin On United Flight
    Offbeat | Martine Powers, The Washington Post | Wednesday March 14, 2018
    United Airlines said it will "assume full responsibility" for the death of a 10-month-old puppy that appeared to have suffocated after it was placed inside an overhead compartment on a three-hour flight from Houston to New York City on Monday.
  • Train Ferrying US Lawmakers Activated Emergency Brake Before Fatal Crash
    World News | Lori Aratani, Martine Powers, The Washington Post | Friday February 2, 2018
    Federal investigators said Thursday that data gathered from an Amtrak train carrying Republican lawmakers that hit a garbage truck near Crozet, Virginia, on Wednesday indicates that the engineer activated the emergency brake and the train came to a full stop 20 seconds later.
  • After A Century Of Promises, New Yorkers Finally Get Their 2nd Avenue Subway
    World News | Martine Powers, The Washington Post | Monday January 2, 2017
    Eleven-year-old Bobby Graves may have only caught the tail end of a century's worth of deferred promises on New York's Second Avenue subway. But he's already seen enough to treat the project with extreme skepticism.
  • 'Pharma Bro' Shkreli Arrested For Securities Fraud
    World News | Renae Merle and Carolyn Y. Johnson, The Washington Post | Friday December 18, 2015
    Martin Shkreli is a biotech executive who favors open-collar shirts over lab coats, the founder of a hedge fund who eschewed discretion by broadcasting his life on YouTube, a pill seller who made no bones about his power to raise the price of his medicines.

'Martine Powers The Washington Post' - 8 News Result(s)

  • "She Has Nerves Of Steel": Story Of Pilot Who Landed Jet After Engine Fail
    World News | Faiz Siddiqui, Martine Powers and Ashley Halsey III, The Washington Post | Friday April 20, 2018
    The pilot's voice was calm yet focused as her plane descended, telling air traffic control she had "149 souls" on board and was carrying 21,000 pounds - or about five hours' worth - of fuel.
  • Woman Killed After Engine Fails On US Flight, Window Shattered
    World News | Faiz Siddiqui, Martine Powers and Ashley Halsey III, The Washington Post | Thursday April 19, 2018
    One person died and seven others were injured after an engine blew apart, sending shrapnel into the plane and forcing a Southwest Airlines flight to make an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport on Tuesday.
  • More Dogs Die On United Than On Any Other Airline. Here's Why.
    World News | Martine Powers, The Washington Post | Thursday April 5, 2018
    It was a horrific incident that grabbed headlines and incited the ire of dog lovers around the world. A 10-month-old French bulldog died on a United Airlines flight after his carrier was placed inside a cabin overhead compartment at the direction of a flight attendant.
  • Family Flies German Shepherd On United Airlines. Gets A Great Dane Back
    Offbeat | Martine Powers, The Washington Post | Thursday March 15, 2018
    It's been a frightening week for dog owners considering putting their pet on plane and a bad one for United Airlines. A Kansas-bound German shepherd may have mistakenly been shipped to Japan by - you guessed it - United Airlines.
  • Puppy Dies After Being Put In Overhead Bin On United Flight
    Offbeat | Martine Powers, The Washington Post | Wednesday March 14, 2018
    United Airlines said it will "assume full responsibility" for the death of a 10-month-old puppy that appeared to have suffocated after it was placed inside an overhead compartment on a three-hour flight from Houston to New York City on Monday.
  • Train Ferrying US Lawmakers Activated Emergency Brake Before Fatal Crash
    World News | Lori Aratani, Martine Powers, The Washington Post | Friday February 2, 2018
    Federal investigators said Thursday that data gathered from an Amtrak train carrying Republican lawmakers that hit a garbage truck near Crozet, Virginia, on Wednesday indicates that the engineer activated the emergency brake and the train came to a full stop 20 seconds later.
  • After A Century Of Promises, New Yorkers Finally Get Their 2nd Avenue Subway
    World News | Martine Powers, The Washington Post | Monday January 2, 2017
    Eleven-year-old Bobby Graves may have only caught the tail end of a century's worth of deferred promises on New York's Second Avenue subway. But he's already seen enough to treat the project with extreme skepticism.
  • 'Pharma Bro' Shkreli Arrested For Securities Fraud
    World News | Renae Merle and Carolyn Y. Johnson, The Washington Post | Friday December 18, 2015
    Martin Shkreli is a biotech executive who favors open-collar shirts over lab coats, the founder of a hedge fund who eschewed discretion by broadcasting his life on YouTube, a pill seller who made no bones about his power to raise the price of his medicines.
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