there's no word on exactly what went wrong with the boeing 757. but trump did eventually make it to an event in little rock, arkansas, 90 minutes late. the faa is investigating the incident. >>> though he's not in the running -- in the running for the office, president obama has taken on one of the campaign's more controversial issues. during his first visit to a mosque, the president tried to correct what he called a hugely distorted impression of muslim americans, saying that children have been bull idea and mosques destroyed he warned about the dangers of demonizing one group of americans. >> we're one american family. when any part of our family starts to feel separate or second class or targeted, it tears at the very fabric of our nation. >> the president also challenged hollywood to start casting muslims in roles that are unrelated to national security. >>> there's a major setback for the peace talks for the syrian civil war. u.n. envoy has called a temporary halt to the negotiations saying they'll resume later this month. denies the talks h
two hours into the flight from london to chicago, the boeing 747 had to dump full and return to heathrow airport after two of the five sets of landing gear wheels broke midflight. it crippled the jet. they made a safe landing and passengers had to get off one row at a time to avoid tipping the unstable aircraft. i've never heard of anything like this before. >> last year the major airlines reported record profits, cashing in on low fuel costs and baggage fees, but despite discounts, fares keep going up. >> there are still bargains to be had. you have to do your homework. luckily for us, we've got rebecca jarvis with three ways to fly cheaper. >> reporter: airline profits are flying high. benefiting from the dramatic decline in oil prices. the cost of fuel down as much as 40% from last year. but if you're expecting to find similar savings in the price of your ticket, that's just pie in the sky. >> the consumers had their thumb on that scale for over a decade. now the airlines have their thumb on that scale. >> reporter: the airlines say the record profits are going back into the business.
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