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A Million Ways to Die in the West

A Million Ways to Die in the West: Seth MacFarlane’s comic Western A Million Ways to Die in the West is preparing to ride into theaters on May 30 and we have two new photos to set the mood. In one, MacFarlane, comforted by Chalize Theron, undergoes a new kind of medical therapy; in the… Continue reading Movie News: New 'Million Ways to Die' Photos; Coen Brothers Going Hollywood; Missing Malaysian Airlines Movie (Video)


By Debbie Emery – Radar Reporter

Supermodel Maggie Rizer is both angry and heartbroken over the death of her beautiful golden retriever, who perished mid-air during a United Airlines flight.

The fashion queen, her husband, Alex Mehran, and their 10-month-old son, Zander, flew from the east coast to San Francisco two weeks ago and were devastated to hear upon landing that one of their dogs, two-year-old Beatrice, was dead on… Continue reading Supermodel Maggie Rizer Claims United Airlines Killed Her Beloved Dog

Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy “Thanks for your service…Now pay up!” is the warm welcome back to the USA a group of Afghan […] Continue reading Delta Airlines Slaps Veterans With Extra Baggage Fee

No stranger to controversy over its notoriously-naughty ads, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has turned its ire on Southwest Airlines after the airline deemed the animal rights group’s latest ad “too sexy” for its inflight magazine, Spirit. Pimping a vegan diet, the ad features a security scan of a woman in her underwear […] Continue reading PETA’s Got Beef With Southwest Airlines

The ash cloud from the Icelandic volcano eruption that spread over Europe cost airlines more than $1.7 billion in lost revenue, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said Wednesday.
The calculation by the industry group was made through Tuesday, with the initial eruption occurring six days earlier. The volcano forced closure of much of Europe’s skies.
IATA […] Continue reading Airlines lost $1.7 bn to closed skies: IATA