Delta outage highlights vulnerabilities of airline industry


Here are the latest reports from CBS ‘This Morning’.

Delta outage highlights vulnerabilities of airline industry
Critics say the network outage is “unacceptable” and point to disruptions in other major airlines, caused by computers that are possibly decades old

U.S. Olympians voice outrage as doping controversy makes waves in Rio
“There will probably be people who miss the podium to people who don’t deserve to be on the podium,” U.S. swimmer Cody Miller says

Eye Opener: Trump lays out his economic plan
A restrained Donald Trump promises big tax cuts, as he faces new opposition from a senior Republican senator and 50 GOP security experts. Also, three girls suffer serious injuries after being tossed from a Ferris wheel. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Trump tries to go mainstream with economic plan
Donald Trump is trying to bring his campaign back to the big issues, but more Republicans say they do not want to follow him. Following a speech on Monday laying out a series of economic proposals, Trump suggested Hillary Clinton’s State Department emails led Iran to execute an accused spy. Major Garrett reports.

Veggie burgers that look, taste, and bleed like real meat
They have earned a reputation for being bland an tasteless, but new and improved veggie patties are making a comeback

Witnesses of waterslide tragedy recount boy’s fatal fall
Kansas City waterslide that killed a 10-year-old son of a state lawmaker has not been inspected by the state since it opened two years ago

Trump ties Clinton to Iranian scientist’s execution
Donald Trump’s claim that Hillary Clinton’s State Department emails led to the execution of an accused spy in Iran is not the only challenge for the Democratic presidential nominee. Parents of two victims from the Benghazi, Libya attacks are suing Clinton, claiming that her negligence while secretary of state led to the deaths of four Americans in 2012. Nancy Cordes reports.

WSJ’s Seib on Trump’s economic speech, GOP rift
Gerald Seib, Wall Street Journal’s Washington bureau chief, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss Donald Trump’s economic speech and GOP Sen. Susan Collins saying she will not be voting for the Republican nominee.

Iran executes scientist who gave U.S. nuclear information
Mystery surrounds the execution of an Iranian nuclear scientist, Shahram Amiri. We last saw him six years ago when he reunited with his young son in Iran, but government officials in Tehran confirmed Sunday he was executed as a traitor. Errol Barnett reports.

Car thieves use laptops to hack and steal vehicles
A wave of car thefts in Texas is part of a new, high-tech trend for some criminals. Kris Van Cleave shows us how laptops could let the bad guys take off with your vehicle.

Flying mako shark surprises fishermen off California coast
A mako shark recently stunned a group of fly-fishermen after taking their bait off San Diego. Their boat captain captured the show as the shark repeatedly leapt out of the ocean. Gayle King reports.

Eye Opener at 8: Kansas boy dies at water park
A look back at what we’ve been covering on “CBS This Morning.” Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Team USA wins big in Olympics opening weekend
The U.S. is putting up a strong showing in the Rio Olympics. Team USA leads all countries with 12 overall medals. Three of them are gold. Ben Tracy reports from Rio de Janeiro.

Schieffer on Clinton’s email claims, Trump’s poll numbers
CBS News contributor and former “Face the Nation” moderator Bob Schieffer joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss Hillary Clinton’s email controversy and GOP’s concern over Donald Trump.

Giant gator on Florida golf course goes viral online
At the Buffalo Creek Golf Course in Palmetto, Florida, a giant alligator known as Chubbs has become an Internet phenomenon. As David Begnaud reports, play doesn’t stop when Chubbs is out.

New “Hamilton” star Javier Muñoz on hit musical, overcoming life’s struggles
Javier Muñoz took on one of the biggest jobs in Broadway history when he stepped into the title role of “Hamilton.” The show’s creator and original star, Lin-Manuel Miranda, left last month. Muñoz joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his latest role, life story and how he sees theater as an education tool.

Giant gator is par for this Florida golf course
Golfers aren’t fazed by a most unusual hazard – a 15-foot-long reptile nicknamed Chubbs

Swimmer Anthony Ervin going for Olympic gold again after 16 years
Later this week, 35-year-old Anthony Ervin will become the oldest U.S. male swimmer to compete in an individual race at the Summer Olympics since 1904. But it’s not his first Olympics. He won gold in 2000 at the age of 19, then vanished from the sport entirely. Jamie Yuccas reports on his comeback.

CTM Spotify Playlist: August 8, 2016
Keep up with the music we play on “CBS This Morning”

Meet Javier Muñoz, the new star of “Hamilton”
The actor – who has survived cancer and lives with HIV – has taken over the title role in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway phenomenon

Heart recipient walks donor’s daughter down the aisle
For a bride whose father died 10 years ago, he was at her Pittsburgh wedding in more than spirit this weekend. His heart beats inside Arthur Thomas who walked Jeni Stepien down the aisle. Watch the emotional meeting where Stepien got to feel her dad’s heartbeat.

Eye Opener: Massive computer outage grounds Delta
Delta Air Lines grounded all departing flights overnight after a system outage. Also, how an accident on the world’s tallest water slide killed the 10-year-old son of a Kansas lawmaker. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Major delays for Delta flights after system outage
One of the world’s largest airlines grounded all scheduled takeoffs Monday morning. Thousands of Delta passengers faced major delays. The company blames a computer outage and is trying to fix it. Kris Van Cleave reports.

Kansas boy dies on world’s tallest water slide
A Kansas water park is closed as investigators try to learn how a 10-year-old boy, Caleb Schwab, died on what is called the world’s tallest water slide. Schwab was the son of state representative Scott Schwab. Omar Villafranca reports.

Oldest U.S. male swimmer at Olympics dives back into competition
Anthony Ervin won gold in 2000 at the age of 19, then vanished from the sport entirely

Armed men abduct American professor in Afghanistan
An American is one of two university professors kidnapped in Afghanistan. The unidentified victim was traveling with an Australian colleague in Kabul Sunday night when they were abducted. They are professors at the American University of Afghanistan. Charlie D’Agata reports.

Trump aims to steady campaign amid gaffes and uproar
Donald Trump will try to get back on message with a speech in Detroit. The Republican presidential nominee faded in the polls after a series of missteps. The latest national poll shows Trump is behind Hillary Clinton by eight points. Major Garrett reports.

Clinton talks economy as Trump’s attacks keep coming
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is trying to keep the focus on the economy and her opponent, Donald Trump, after Clinton’s latest comments about her State Department emails raised new questions. Nancy Cordes reports.

Singer Aaron Neville: Seventy-five and “still alive”
Singer turned 75 this year but is still looking and sounding strong with a new album, “Apache”

USA kayaker Michal Smolen seeks to make Olympic history
23-year-old could become first American male to medal in the sport

The Dish: Kwame Onwuachi
Just 26 years old, the New York native is about to open a restaurant in Washington D.C. called “The Shaw Bijou.”

Donald Trump tries to make amends after gaffe-filled week
GOP presidential nominee attempts to mend fences after tumultuous week causes turmoil for Republicans

Meet the star rookies of the 2016 USA Olympic Swim Team
The Rio Olympics may be decorated Olympian Michael Phelps’s last, but he’s confident in the 30 young first-timers on his team

Trump campaign’s response to Clinton’s lead in polls
Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss Donald Trump’s campaign response to Hillary Clinton’s growing lead in polls and Trump’s “unprecedented” campaign rhetoric.

Father arrested over hot car deaths of twins
A Georgia father is under arrest after his twin daughters died from apparently being left in a hot car Thursday night in the city of Carrollton. It’s unclear how long the 15-month-olds were in the vehicle. This is just the latest in a string of tragic hot car-related deaths of children this summer. Mark Strassmann reports.

Dealer takes on auto industry over selling recalled cars
A “CBS This Morning” investigation found used cars with faulty Takata airbags and other serious defects are still for sale around the country. Now, one car dealer agrees it’s a problem and is pushing for change. Anna Werner reports.

Eye Opener at 8: Kaine says Trump is “confused”
A look back at what we’ve been covering on “CBS This Morning.” Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

VP nominee Tim Kaine on Trump, Clinton’s relationship with Congress
In a wide-ranging interview with Norah O’Donnell, Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Tim Kaine, went on the attack against Donald Trump, citing Trump’s feud with a Gold Star family. He also addressed whether a Clinton-Kaine administration would be like an Obama third term.

Alphabet and Amazon get aggressive on drone delivery
Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is getting ready to start testing its drone delivery service in the U.S. The White House approved the “Project Wing” program this week, as part of a wider initiative to explore commercial drone use. This follows Amazon’s partnership with the British government to tests its Prime Air drones in the U.K. CBS News contributor and editor Nicholas Thompson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the growing industry.

Dallas police department flooded with applicants after ambush
Hundreds of potential recruits are lining up to join the Dallas police department after last month’s deadly ambush of officers. Police Chief David Brown delivered a call to action after the shooting rampage during a Black Lives Matter protest where five officers died. Since then, there has been a surge of people signing up to protect and serve. Omar Villafranca reports.

“Suicide Squad” fans rip critics over negative reviews
Two comic book battles are underway as we head into the weekend. One is all about the notorious characters who team up in the new movie, “Suicide Squad.” The other involves die-hard fans who feel the movie is getting unjustly panned by critics. Jamie Wax reports on why it’s just the latest fight to leap off the big screen.

Most U.S. swimmers at Rio are first-time Olympians
Swimming is one of the first big sports to take the spotlight at the Summer Olympics. All eyes are on big names like Michael Phelps who has 22 Olympic medals to his name, but the team is packed with Olympic newbies. Any of them could become the next big American star of the pool. Jamie Yuccas reports.

Eye Closer: Tim Kaine says Trump is “confused”
A look back at the week that was on “CBS This Morning.”

CTM Spotify Playlist: August 5, 2016
Keep up with the music we play on “CBS This Morning”

Rio gets set for “cool” Olympic opening ceremony
The road to Rio has been rocky, and Brazil is ready to get things moving with show director says will cost fraction of London’s

Tim Kaine talks Iran cash transfer, Clinton’s relationship with GOP
In a wide-ranging interview, Hillary Clinton’s running mate spoke to “CBS This Morning” in his home state of Virginia

Tim Kaine: I feel sad for House Speaker Paul Ryan
In an interview with “CBS This Morning” co-host Norah O’Donnell, Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine, addresses the latest rift between House Speaker Paul Ryan and Donald Trump. The Republican presidential nominee said he was not ready to endorse Ryan in the primary races, and Ryan responded, “None of these things are ever blank checks,” suggesting that his endorsement of Trump was not written in stone.

Eye Opener: President Obama takes on Trump
President Obama gives his first response to questions about the $400 million cash payment to Iran. Also, Clinton’s running mate, Tim Kaine, tells us why he thinks Donald Trump is “confused.” All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Trump falls further behind Clinton in several polls
Donald Trump’s rocky week is finishing even rougher than it started. The two latest national polls show Trump trailing Hillary Clinton by significant margins: one poll by 15 points and another by nine points. Dean Reynolds reports from Green Bay, Wisconsin, where several big GOP names will be noticeably absent when Trump campaigns Friday.

New law urged after CBS News exposes dealers selling defective cars
One car dealer is taking extreme steps after watching undercover investigation that found cars with safety recalls are still being sold nationwide

Dallas police job applications skyrocket after deadly ambush
Hundred of potential recruits are answering the Dallas police chief’s call to “become a part of the solution”

Clinton slams Trump for making products overseas
Hillary Clinton is focused on attacking Donald Trump’s business record. Her week-long tour of small businesses and battleground states has taken her from Pennsylvania and Ohio, to Colorado and Nevada. Nancy Cordes reports on how Clinton wants to highlight Trump’s history of making products overseas.

Tim Kaine talks “reality” of $400 million cash payment to Iran
Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Tim Kaine, will be campaigning in Wisconsin Friday. Norah O’Donnell spoke to him Thursday at a diner in the senator’s home state of Virginia. He talked about the controversy surrounding the $400 million U.S. cash payment to Iran that Donald Trump claims amounts to a ransom for U.S. hostages.

Obama defends Iran cash payout, addresses ISIS threat
President Obama is responding for the first time to a report about the controversial $400 million cash payment to Iran. It came up during his news conference Thursday at the Pentagon, where he also discussed America’s new airstrikes against ISIS in Libya. Major Garrett reports.

Tim Kaine: Trump is “confused” about existence of Iran cash transfer video
Hillary Clinton’s running mate Sen. Tim Kaine, who has served on the Armed Services and Foreign Relations Committees, responds to Donald Trump’s claim that he saw a video of “money pouring off a plane,” referring to the $400 million cash payment the U.S. sent to Iran. Watch Kaine’s full interview with Norah O’Donnell Friday on “CBS This Morning.”

Hackers reveal their secrets at Black Hat summit
An international gathering of hackers is helping companies and organizations tighten cyber security. The Democratic National Committee was the latest major target of cyber thieves. Past victims include Sony, Ashley Madison and Blue Cross-Blue Shield. Mireya Villarreal takes a look ahead to one highly-anticipated presentation on how new credit card technology is vulnerable.

Rio faces last-minute obstacles as Summer Olympics begin
The Summer Olympics officially kick off Friday, but the city is still working to fix last-minute snags. Crews Wednesday reportedly used bolt cutters to unlock the Olympic stadium because officials lost the keys. Ben Tracy is at Copacabana Beach with a look at how athletes, fans and critics are getting a true final test.

Feminist in chief: Obama is “what a feminist looks like”
In an essay for Glamour magazine, President Obama declares himself a feminist and writes about the future he wants for his daughters

Is Donald Trump headed for a point of no return?
Dan Senor, a senior adviser during Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss Donald Trump’s latest controversies and how more Republicans are jumping ship from Trump’s campaign.

D.C. transit officer accused in plot to aid ISIS
A now-former transit police officer faces a charge of trying to help ISIS. The arrest of Nicholas Young marks the first time a law enforcement officer has been charged in connection with a terror case in the U.S. Jeff Pegues reports on why the FBI was watching him.

Florida launches air assault against Zika mosquitoes
An aerial attack on mosquitoes carrying the Zika virus began early Thursday in south Florida. The state is using an insecticide that Puerto Rican officials have rejected over health concerns, but the EPA insists the pesticide is safe. The Department of Health and Human Services is also warning the money to fight Zika could run out this month. David Begnaud reports.

Trump campaign chair on falling poll numbers, endorsing Paul Ryan
Donald Trump’s campaign is on the defensive after a week full of controversies, including his feud with the family of a fallen soldier and comments about sexual harassment in the workplace. Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss Trump’s refusal to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan in the Wisconsin primary race and Trump’s falling poll numbers.

In slip of tongue, Manafort says he’ll support Ryan “as candidate for president”
On Tuesday Donald Trump said he was not ready to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan in his upcoming primary race. In answering a question about whether Trump’s campaign chairman, a longtime Republican, supports Ryan himself, Paul Manafort said, “I support him as a Speaker, and I know after next week, I’m going to be supporting him as a candidate for president.” He brushed off the slip of the tongue with a chuckle.

Training likely saved lives in Dubai crash-landing
American investigators are helping probe the fiery crash landing of an Emirates jet in Dubai. The Boeing 777 burst into flames after hitting an airport runway. All 300 people on board got out. Kris Van Cleave reports on the lesson that helped everyone escape in a timely manner.

Eye Opener at 8: American killed in London knife attack
A look back at what we’ve been covering on “CBS This Morning.” Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Why Manafort is “trapped” in campaign “run entirely” by Trump
Speaking on “CBS This Morning” Thursday, Donald Trump’s campaign chairman Paul Manafort said they are “feeling comfortable” despite falling poll numbers. But CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett explains why Manafort has “no choice” but to defend the campaign and why Republicans are concerned more than ever.

Did USA Gymnastics ignore sex abuse by coaches?
As the summer Olympics get underway in Rio, a new report unveils a possible sexual abuse scandal at USA Gymnastics. An IndyStar/USA Today Network investigation alleges the organization has a policy that may have harmed child athletes because warnings of suspected misconduct by member coaches were ignored. Dana Jacobson reports.

Trump campaign chair on falling poll numbers, endorsing Paul Ryan
The GOP nominee declined to endorse Ryan ahead of the House speaker’s primary election, but Manafort says Trump will still support him

San Francisco high-rise is sinking and leaning
Homeowners in a luxury San Francisco high rise are furious over their sinking investment. The 58-story Millennium Tower has reportedly sunk 16 inches since its completion in 2009. Carter Evans reports.

Glamour editor on President Obama’s feminism essay
President Obama wrote an essay for the September issue of Glamour magazine titled, “This is What a Feminist Looks Like.” He writes: “It’s important for [my daughters] to see role models out in the world who climb to the highest levels of whatever field they choose. And yes, it’s important that their dad is a feminist, because now that’s what they expect of all men.” Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the essay and the 2016 race.

CTM Spotify Playlist: August 4, 2016
Keep up with the music we play on “CBS This Morning”

Did USA Gymnastics ignore sexual abuse complaints against coaches?
An IndyStar/USA Today Network investigation alleges the organization has a policy that may have harmed young athletes

Hackers reveal their cybersecurity secrets at Vegas summit
At the 19th annual Black Hat Conference, 11,000 hackers from 108 countries are trying to solve the cybersecurity problems of the future

How all 300 fliers escaped safely from burning jetliner
FAA rule requiring manufacturers to evacuate maximum number of passengers within 90 seconds is being largely credited for their survival

Eye Opener: Trump claims GOP has “never been so well united”
Donald Trump insists his campaign is running smoothly, despite sinking poll numbers and his rift with top Republicans. Also, London police say a woman killed in a knife attack overnight was an American. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

GOP anger simmers as Trump insists all is well in campaign
Donald Trump is falling further behind Hillary Clinton in the presidential race, with the latest national poll showing Clinton has opened up a 10-point lead during a rough week for Trump. While Republican leaders are worried about lasting damage to his campaign, Trump insists everything is fine. Major Garrett reports.

Clinton rips Trump for outsourcing as GOP leaders defect
At a Denver tie business, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton attacked rival Donald Trump Wednesday for using overseas manufacturers for his tie business. She says a Trump presidency would hurt the economy. Nancy Cordes reports.

As Florida’s Zika battle escalates, money to fight virus running out
Florida is currently using an insecticide that Puerto Rican officials have rejected over health concerns, but the EPA insists the pesticide is safe

American woman killed in London knife attack
Police have stepped up security in London after a deadly knife attack. One woman was killed and five others hurt in an area popular with tourists. A 19-year-old suspect is in custody. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

D.C. transit officer accused in plot to aid ISIS
A now-former transit police officer faces a charge of trying to help ISIS. The arrest of Nicholas Young marks the first time a law enforcement officer has been charged in connection with a terror case in the U.S. Jeff Pegues reports on why the FBI was watching him.

Leona Lewis relives “magical” childhood memory in musical, “Cats”
Years after seeing the original production in London, Leona Lewis debuts in the revival of the Tony-winning Broadway hit in New York City

NYPD’s Bill Bratton: Trump “scares the hell out of me”
After announcing his resignation, NYPD commissioner explains why it’s the “right time” to leave, and blasts Donald Trump for his insensitivity

“American Heiress” revisits dramatic saga of Patty Hearst
In 1974, Patty Hearst’s abduction gripped the nation — a complicated story that Jeffrey Toobin chronicles in his new book

CTM Spotify Playlist: August 3, 2016
Keep up with the music we play on “CBS This Morning”

Donald Trump walks back sexual harassment comments
On Sunday Donald Trump seemed to question the women who reportedly accused former Fox News chief Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, but he apparently adjusted his position on sexual harassment after his son, Eric, made comments on “CBS This Morning” Tuesday that sparked a firestorm of criticism. Julianna Goldman reports.

How Trump’s latest controversial comments impact GOP
CBS News political director and “Face the Nation” moderator John Dickerson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the rift in the Republican Party following Donald Trump’s controversial remarks about the family of U.S. Army Capt. Humayun Khan and sexual harassment in the workplace.

Did U.S. pay $400 million “ransom” to Iran for prisoners?
The chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee says the Obama administration never discussed with Congress a reported $400 million cash payment to Iran. It happened in January, around the time four Americans detained in Tehran were released. Margaret Brennan reports on why one lawmaker is calling the payout “ransom.”

Anton Yelchin’s parents sue Fiat Chrysler over son’s death
The parents of “Star Trek” actor Anton Yelchin are breaking their silence about his sudden death. They held an emotional news conference Tuesday and announced a “wrongful death” lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler, the parent company of Jeep. Yelchin was killed after his Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled backward and pinned him in his driveway. Kris Van Cleave reports.

Are costs of the Olympics worth it for host cities?
There are just two days left before the Summer Olympics get underway in Rio. A recent survey found 63 percent of Brazilians think hosting the games is doing more harm than good, which is quite a shift in attitude from when Rio first got the games. Ben Tracy reports why some believe the financial risk of playing host is not worth the reward.

Eye Opener at 8: Obama questions whether Trump is fit for presidency
A look back at what we’ve been covering on “CBS This Morning.” Subscribe to get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

NYPD chief Bill Bratton on why Trump “scares” him, resignation
New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, one of the nation’s best-known names in law enforcement, announced his resignation Tuesday after more than 45 years of police work. His career included stints in other major cities including Boston and Los Angeles. Bratton, who will step down next month to join a consulting firm, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his time as chief of the NYPD and his future.

Impact of Roger Ailes suit on other sexual harassment cases
Donald Trump and his son, Eric, sparked a national debate over workplace sexual harassment. The GOP presidential nominee said that his daughter Ivanka would respond to harassment by finding another career or company, while Eric told “CBS This Morning” on Tuesday that his sister was too strong of a person to subject herself to harassment. CBS News contributor and New York Times correspondent Jodi Kantor and CBS News legal expert Rikki Klieman join “CBS This Morning” to discuss the controversy and offer practical advice.

Jeffrey Toobin explores Patty Hearst saga in “American Heiress”
Patty Hearst’s abduction in 1974 gripped the nation. The Symbionese Liberation Army, a small group of left-wing revolutionaries, kidnapped the newspaper heiress in California. But what seemed like a simple abduction turned into something much more complicated. The story is chronicled in a new book by The New Yorker’s Jeffrey Toobin, called “American Heiress: The Wild Saga of the Kidnapping, Crimes and Trial of Patty Hearst.” Toobin joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the dramatic time in history.

Singer Leona Lewis on joining Broadway’s “Cats”
Leona Lewis’s career started in 2006 when she took the crown on the third season of the U.K.’s “The X Factor.” Her worldwide best-selling hit, “Bleeding Love,” earned her two Grammy nominations. She became the first British female solo artist to top the U.S. Billboard 200 chart in more than 20 years with her debut album, “Spirit.” Now, she is stepping onto a Broadway stage for the first time in the revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Tony-winning classic, “Cats.” Lewis joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss her latest feline role.

Report: U.S. sent $400M cash to Iran as American detainees freed
Critics say payment amounts to ransom as Obama administration insists cash unrelated to release

Eye Opener: Jet explodes in flames after crash landing in Dubai
Watch the dramatic footage of a passenger jet on fire, sending thick, billowing smoke into the air after it crash lands at Dubai’s main airport. Also, the Obama administration faces tough questions for reportedly sending $400 million in cash to Iran. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Emirates jet explodes and burns after Dubai crash-landing
A passenger plane crash landed in Dubai, billowing thick black smoke from the Emirates jet once it came to a stop on the runway. All 275 passengers and crew on board evacuated safely. The plane flew into Dubai International Airport from southern India. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

What investigators are looking for in Emirates crash-landing
Flames shot from the cabin of the Boeing 777 after it crash landed in Dubai. Accidents involving this particular jet are rare. Transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports on the plane and the circumstances of the crash.

Trump won’t endorse GOP leaders in Republican rift
Donald Trump declined Tuesday to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan or Sen. John McCain in their primary races. His refusal came one day after both men reacted harshly to his feud with the family of a fallen soldier. Major Garrett reports.

Trump family faces backlash over sexual harassment comments
Ivanka Trump, who’s been dragged into the conversation, clearly established her position

Be the first to comment on "Delta outage highlights vulnerabilities of airline industry"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.