Is Flight 447's 'Fly-by-Wire' Aircraft Technology Safe?

As investigators search for a cause in the Flight 447 crash that killed 228 people, former pilots and aviation experts continue to debate so-called "fly-by-wire" technology that some say takes too much of the human element out of the friendly skies.

News Updates

Fox News Now Updates for June 12, 2009.

Kim Jong Il's 'Genius' Pick

U.S. intelligence tells FOX News that N. Korean leader's anointed 25-year-old son Kim Jong Un as his successor• URGENT: Security Council OKs New N. Korea Sanctions

Heidi Montag Headed for Playboy

Hugh Hefner tells that reality star will indeed be posing in the famed mens mag

U.N. Security Council OKs Expanded N. Korea Sanctions

The U.N. Security Council on Friday punished North Korea for its second nuclear test, imposing tough new sanctions, expanding an arms embargo and authorizing ship searches on the high seas.

'Clark Rockefeller' Found Guilty of Kidnapping, Assault

A jury convicted the man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller of kidnapping his daughter during a supervised visit in Boston.

Holocaust Museum Reopens After Deadly Shooting

The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has reopened after a day of mourning for a guard authorities say was killed in an attack by a rifle-toting white supremacist.

Boy Hit by Meteorite Traveling at 30,000 MPH

A teenager was hit by a meteorite travelling at 30,000mph - and lived to tell.

N.J. Girl Beats Teen With Bat, Runs Her Over With S.U.V.

New Jersey police say a 17-year-old girl beat a 16-year-old with a bat and ran her down in an S.U.V., sending her to the hospital.

Pop Tarts: Cancer-Stricken Farrah Fawcett Still 'Stable'

Despite reportedly ending her treatment recently, the cancer-stricken 'Charlie's Angels' star has remained stable