Was Amelia Earhart a US spy? (+video)

Kiribati has pledged to help crack the mystery of the aviator's disappearance, as some Earhart searchers believe her plane may have crashed near the Pacific archipelago. Kiribati's foreign secretary told US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton the island

The United States vowed to help solve the 75-year-old mystery of aviation legend Amelia Earhart after analysis of a photograph showed that she may have crashed on a remote Pacific island. Earhart set off in 1937 from

There is always the Amelia Earhart Airport in Atchison, Kansas, but that airport is for general aviation only. It does not have any commercial flights. But technically, I suppose, it counts. There are of course at least six other airports named for

Investigators think they've uncovered a key clue that will lead them to solve the mystery of what happened to legendary aviator Amelia Earhart, who disappeared on a trans-Pacific flight 75 years ago.

The rumor persists that Amelia Earhart was spying on Japan for her good friend, President Franklin Roosevelt. A new expedition to find her downed aircraft may finally put to rest some of the wild theories about the aviatrix.