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- A worker at MIA sold fake plane tickets and ripped off travelers. Oh, wait, they weren't all fake: "Investigators say Amores did buy one ticket, but it was a one-way fare and stranded a woman in Colombia." [USAToday]
- Good news for the airport in another department, though: It has a fancy new air-traffic control system. [Herald]
- Closing arguments are set today for the Castroneves trial. I completely forget what this is about --, some Spice Girl is suing him for the Dancing with the Stars title... er, taxes. [USAToday]
- A federal grand jury in Texas has linked Luis Posada with Cuban bombings in 1997. [Herald]