Bankruptcy judge approves American Airlines-US Airways mergerBankruptcy judge approves American Airlines-US Airways mergerThe combination, once viewed dimly by American CEO Tom Horton and his management team, won the glowing approval of the bankruptcy judge who called it a "terrific result." Money
Everyone wants credit for American Airlines merger ideaEveryone wants credit for American Airlines merger ideaAmerican Airlines CEO Tom Horton told the Associated Press Wednesday he was the one who approached US Airways about a possible merger... not the other way around. Money
New AMR chief says bankruptcy plan is strategic moveNew AMR chief says bankruptcy plan is strategic moveAmerican Airlines' parent company is filing for bankruptcy. But AMR Corp.'s new CEO Tom Horton said the company is not completely out of cash; instead, he says it's a strategic move.Columnists
Tom Horton’s view: Karen Davis, and the ethics of chickensTom Horton’s view: Karen Davis, and the ethics of chickensIt’s the nature of the chicken that Karen Davis impress upon whomever will listenMaryland
Caruthers Hall memories live on in bricks from buildingCaruthers Hall memories live on in bricks from building“It made you feel special; the whole school made you feel really special.” Columnists
Saving the world, one yard at a timeSaving the world, one yard at a timeIf you want to help save the world, think feeding caterpillars.Today in the Sky
American to open operations center in Fort WorthAmerican to open operations center in Fort WorthAmerican Airlines to open new operations center in Fort WorthOpinion
Tom Horton column: The once and future Chesapeake BayTom Horton column: The once and future Chesapeake Bay Pollen stored in the sediment on the Chesapeake Bay’s bottom tells of a bay surrounded by a wet watershed that trapped pollutants. Tom Horton, who has written extensively about the Chesapeake, suggests we can learn from that record to restore the bay to health.