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Friday, June 25, 2010 - 07:05 AM

Virgin pilot says U.S. Customs threatened to arrest passengers if he let them get off in Hartford.  Diverted Trans-Atlantic flight spent four hours on tarmac, with passengers fainting.  (AP)

Say hello to "AT&T Station" in South Philly.  Transit agency will make more than $3 million for naming rights deal, which wipes name of former governor Pattison off the SEPTA map. (Philadelphia Enquirer)

U.S. DOT dropping proposed ban on peanuts on airplanes.  Turns out they don't have the authority to do it.  (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Hey, where’s MY bike share?  Minneapolis’ program has been up and running less than two weeks.   But people who don't have bike share stations in their neighborhood are already feeling left out.   (MPR News)

The perils of drinking and floating laid bare, as man rescued one mile out into Gulf, on pool float.  (St. Petersburg Times)

"Is mass transit good for the Jews?"  L.A. publication wonders, debates.

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