A family feud led to creation of Asia’s newest airline

(CNN) — Debuting its first flights in January 2020, Taiwanese start-up Starlux Airlines could be the first new player in 30 years to upend the island's duopoly aviation market. Dubbed Taiwan's first luxury boutique airline, it received its first aircraft in October and announced it will initially focus on Southeast

UK Tory Twitter stunt has backfired — big time

The Conservative Party is facing criticism for rebranding its press office's Twitter account as "factcheckUK" for the duration of last night's leaders' debate.Though the Twitter handle remained @CCHQPress, the name and images on the page were switched to a purple background with a checkmark symbol.The account then issued "fact checks"

World’s tallest atrium opens in China

Written by Matthew Robinson, CNNA building designed by Zaha Hadid Architects has been opened in Beijing featuring the world's tallest atrium. The Leeza SOHO tower is located in the Fengtai business district of Chinese capital and features 45 stories of new office and business space. It was designed by the

Fake fact check Twitter account sparks anger

The Conservative Party is facing criticism for rebranding its press office's Twitter account as "factcheckUK" for the duration of last night's leaders' debate.Though the Twitter handle remained @CCHQPress, the name and images on the page were switched to a purple background with a checkmark symbol.The account then issued "fact checks"

Three key impeachment witnesses to testify

One day after the official White House Twitter account posted an attack against his judgment, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman is expected to return to work today, according to a person close to him. The tweet came as Vindman testified in the House impeachment inquiryAbout the tweet: The tweet from the

FBI seeks interview with CIA whistleblower

WASHINGTON — The FBI recently sought to question the CIA whistleblower who filed a complaint over President Trump’s July 25 Ukraine call — a move that came after a vigorous internal debate within the bureau over how to respond to some of the issues raised by the complaint’s allegations and

Why are there so few women in aviation?

(CNN) — When Southwest Captain Tammie Jo Shults landed a crippled 737 last year after an engine blew apart mid-air, many people were surprised to find out that there was a woman at the helm.Today, a critical pilot shortage across the world has given women and people of color unprecedented