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National Transportation Safety Board Breaking News: NTSB: Plane Parts Found in San Francisco Bay
The National Transit Safety Board said part of the tail section of an Asiana jet that crashed at San Francisco International Airport was found in the bay, and debris from the seawall was carried several hundred feet down the runway, suggesting the plane hit the seawall while trying to land. According to a flight data recorder recovered by the National Transportation Safety Board, the Asiana airlines plane that crashed at San Francisco airport was traveling at 103 knots seconds before it hit the seawall in the front of the runway, far below the target speed of 137 knots. NTSB Chair Deborah Hersman told reporters that three seconds before impact, the plane's engine was at 50 percent power, and engine power was increasing. At impact, the flight speed was 106 knots. Federal investigators says they have reviewed airport surveillance video to determine whether an emergency vehicle ran over one of the victims of the plane crash at San Francisco International Airport but have not been able to reach any conclusions.
The Southwest Flight Attendant Is Here!
Her video is a YouTube sensation. The hilarious flight attendant was in our studio to meet Ellen, and to get one heck of a surprise.
NFL draft - Top 5 Receivers
Yahoo Sports' Shaun King lists his top five wide receivers in the 2014 NFL draft.
Can You Survive in a Plane's Wheel Well?
Go inside the dangerous compartment where a plane's wheels are stored during flight.
'How to Train Your Dragon 2' -- First Five Minutes
Get a sneak peek at the beginning of 'How to Train Your Dragon 2.'
5 Big Celeb Feuds of 2013
We look back at 2013's biggest celebrity spats! Miley, Sinead, Kanye, Gaga, Perez and more!
Surgeons Find 12 Gold Bars In Man's Stomach
A 63-year-old businessman admitted himself into Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Delhi, India, because he was vomiting and had other stomach troubles. When doctors asked what may have caused the problems, the man claimed that he accidentally swallowed the cap to a water bottle. Well, imagine the doctors' surprise, when they opened him up and found 12 gold bars worth almost $24,000!
Raw: Woman Accused in Babies' Deaths in Court
Prosecutors have been granted more time to determine what charges to file against a Utah woman accused of killing six of her babies and storing their bodies in her garage. Megan Huntsman, 39, was in court Monday, her hands and ankles shackled. (April 21)
Hundreds massacred in South Sudan
Rebel troops overrun the city of Bentiu in South Sudan, killing hundreds of civilians. Nathan Frandino reports.
Ellen Pompeo Plays Doctor with Ellen
After ten years of playing a doctor, our host thought Ellen Pompeo was ready for a challenging round of "Heads Up!" that was all anatomy! See how Ms. Pompeo did.