NTD Business Full Broadcast (Dec. 27)

Don Ma
By Don Ma
December 27, 2022NTD Business
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Southwest Airlines is facing a government probe over its massive flight delays and cancellations. What’s causing the meltdown? We ask an aviation expert.

In the latest spending bill, $16 billion in taxpayer money will be spent on lawmakers’ pet projects. We take a close look at where the money is going.

Japan has ambitious plans to mine for critical minerals in the deep sea. It plans to mine at depths no other country has ever attempted before.

Elon Musk says there are now nearly 100 Starlinks active in Iran. The satellite internet could help Iranians get around government censorship online.

We look at an underground farm in London that grows crops all year round. How does it compare to traditional farming?

Stories in this episode:

1. DOT to Probe Southwest Airlines’ Performance

2. Weather Disruptions Linger for U.S. Flights

3. Analyst: Southwest’s Outdated System to Blame

4. Tips on What to Do if Your Flight Is Canceled

5. Data: Egg Prices Up 49% in 2022, Peak Passed

6. $4 Gas Could Return as Soon as May

7. Annual Home Price Growth Drops Amid Rate Hike

8. A Deep Dive Into Omnibus Earmarks

9. Russia Bans Oil Exports to Entire EU and More

10. Japan Plans Ambitious Deep-Sea Mining Project

11. Elon Musk: 100 Starlink Satellites in Iran

12. London Farm Grows Greens Beneath ‘The Tube’

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