Relatives of Boeing 737 MAX Victims Set to Testify

Victims sued to reverse case that was closed after $2.5 billion settlement. Family members of the people killed in two Boeing 737 MAX crashes plan to speak before…

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DOJ Updates Victim Guidelines after Boeing Crashes

District court ruling motivates change in procedures. The Department of Justice (DOJ) updated its guidelines for Victim and Witness Assistance this week after a legal ruling the week…

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New Air Force One Delivery Delayed

Boeing also seeking increase in cost of the jets. Acting Assistant Air Force Secretary Darlene Costello told the House Armed Services Committee that the two new Air Force…

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U.S.-EU Aircraft Tariffs Suspended after Discussion

Suspension announced by EU Commission chief von der Leyen. The first phone call between the United States and the European Union under the new administration came this past…

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House of Representatives Releases 737 Max Disasters Report

Findings hold Boeing and FAA accountable. On Wednesday, the House of Representatives released their findings in the cause of two Boeing 737 Max crashes that claimed the lives…

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Senate to Consider Aircraft Certification Reform

Bill could change how the FAA approves new airplanes. The Senate Commerce Committee has set September 16 for a hearing to consider legislation designed to strengthen U.S. oversight…

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