WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal officials say they are investigating what happened when three commuter jets flew too close to one another near Washington. But they say none of three planes ever were on a collision course.
Michael Huerta is the administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration. He said during a news conference Thursday that none of the planes was ever headed directly for one of the others.
Huerta says the planes flew too close together based on distances established by federal regulations.
WASHINGTON (AP) — District of Columbia officials are in talks to lure the Washington Redskins back to the city by hosting a team headquarters and training facility near the team's former RFK Stadium.
District officials have identified a parcel of land that could allow the team to relocate its training center from Loudoun County, Va. Such a move would bring the team closer to its stadium in Landover, Md.