Air Travel in the United States: Is Anybody in Charge?

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Flights are delayed, baggage lost, and the investigating arm of Congress warns about an impending runway collision. We hear multiple views of air travel at the end of 2007. Is it worse than ever or better than we had any right to expect? Also, the dwindling number of Christians in the land where Christianity began, and protecting the world's food seeds for a rainy day.

Cars and airliners are in close proximity, a situation that concerns some security watchers, at the U-shaped Los Angeles Internationl Airport (LAX) terminal in Los Angeles, California. Photo: David McNew/Getty Images



Warren Olney