FAA investigates what caused outage that grounded thousands of U.S. flights – CBS News

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The Federal Aviation Administration said a “corrupted database file” was to blame for a computer outage that forced a nationwide shutdown, canceling and delaying thousands of flights on Wednesday. CBS News’ Chris Van Cleve joined John Dickerson on Primetime to discuss the latest news on the situation.

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