• Boeing's 737 Max Is Back. Are You Willing to Board?

    9 days ago - By Washington Post

    The once best-selling jet is finally set to return. But both the Max and its parent will be operating at a competitive disadvantage.
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  • Platform Neutrality is Dead. Long Live Empathy

    Platform Neutrality is Dead. Long Live Empathy

    9 days ago - By Markets For Good

    I've spent two years exploring the concept of platform neutrality. Initially, my aim was to help GlobalGiving find a better way to address our own high-stakes platform dilemmas. For instance, how should we respond to the foreign journalist who reached out after he published an exposé about a nonprofit supported on the GlobalGiving website?
    In this case, we investigated and found that the group was acting according to local laws, despite the journalist's concerns that they might be violating international human rights standards. But we lacked a framework for deciding whether this nonprofit...
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  • A federal judge ordered the Trump administration to halt a program that deported immigrant children who crossed the southern border alone

    9 days ago - By Business Insider

    FILE: A law enforcement officer walks past ICE logo ahead of a press conference on Thursday, May 11, 2017, at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters in Washington, DC.
    Salwan Georges/The Washington Post via Getty Images
    A federal judge Wednesday ordered the Trump administration to stop expelling immigrant children who cross the southern border alone.
    The Trump administration began the policy in March when it issued an emergency declaration, citing the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Opponents of the policy argued the administration used the pandemic as a pretext to restrict...
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  • Parents whose children died in the 737 Max crashes are haunted by the plane's imminent return

    Parents whose children died in the 737 Max crashes are haunted by the plane's imminent return

    9 days ago - By Business Insider

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    Parents whose children were killed in crashes involving Boeing's 737 Max plane say they are angry and upset by the plane's imminent return to the skies, and can't believe that the jet is safe.
    Boeing's plane had been grounded around the world since March 2019, after the second of two 737 aircrafts crashed, with a combined death toll of 346.
    Boeing was left facing lawsuits from families, shareholders, and airlines - plunging it into the biggest crisis in its history and leaving planes sitting idle around the world.
    The US Federal Aviation Administration announced on...
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  • Latest Projection: Travel Spending in U.S. to Plunge by Nearly Half This Year

    Latest Projection: Travel Spending in U.S. to Plunge by Nearly Half This Year

    9 days ago - By Hotel News Resource

    Travel spending in the U.S. is expected to finish the year 45% down from 2019 levels, and will still not have returned to its pre-pandemic strength by 2024, according to the latest figures released by the U.S. Travel Association.
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  • Taking Flight: Rally Resumes Amid Solid Vaccine News, Retail Earnings, Boeing Approval

    9 days ago - By Forbes

    Retail earnings today looked solid overall from Target and Lowe's, but the two companies' shares are getting a different response from investors. It might be a sense of good not being good enough for some, with Lowe's outlook a bit disappointing.
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  • After nearly two years and two deadly crashes, U.S. Federal Aviation Administration clears Boeing 737 Max for flight

    9 days ago - By Stl Today

    WASHINGTON - After nearly two years and two deadly crashes, U.S. Federal Aviation Administration clears Boeing 737 Max for flight.
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  • Boeing 737 Max gets FAA approval to fly again

    9 days ago - By Review Journal

    After nearly two years and a pair of deadly crashes, U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is clearing Boeing's 737 Max for flight.
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  • FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again after 20-month grounding due to deadly crashes

    FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again after 20-month grounding due to deadly crashes

    9 days ago - By RT

    The US Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday cleared Boeing's 737 Max to fly again after a nearly two-year ban. Boeing's top-selling plane has been barred from flying after two crashes that killed 346 people.
    “The design and certification of this aircraft included an unprecedented level of collaborative and independent reviews by aviation authorities around the world,” the FAA said in a statement .
    “Those regulators have indicated that Boeing's design changes, together with the changes to crew procedures and training enhancements, will give them the confidence to validate the...
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  • Boeing 737 MAX Cleared To Fly Again After Nearly Two Years

    9 days ago - By Forbes

    The popular plane was grounded after two crashes killed 346 people.
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  • FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again

    FAA clears Boeing 737 Max to fly again

    9 days ago - By Stl Today

    After nearly two years and a pair of deadly crashes, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has cleared Boeing's 737 Max for flight.
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  • FAA Gives Boeing OK To Resume 737 Max Passenger Service

    FAA Gives Boeing OK To Resume 737 Max Passenger Service

    9 days ago - By NPR

    After 20 months on the tarmac that followed two fatal crashes, Boeing's troubled airliner has been given the green light by the Federal Aviation Administration.
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  • Boeing's 737 Max was cleared to fly by the Federal Aviation Administration following a 20-month safety review of 2 fatal crashes

    9 days ago - By Business Insider

    American Airlines 737 Max passenger planes are parked on the tarmac at Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa
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    Boeing's 737 Max aircraft can fly again once the company makes design changes, the Federal Aviation Administration announced Wednesday.
    The aircraft had been grounded for almost two years, after two fatal crashes killed a combined 346 people.
    The 737 Max wasn't able to fly until it got FAA approval.
    The FAA lifted its grounding order Wednesday, and FAA head Steve Dickson said he was "100% confident" in the safety of the plane.
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  • When Will the Boeing 737 Max Fly Again and More Questions  

    9 days ago - By Washington Post

    Two crashes within five months - Lion Air Flight 610 in October 2018 off the coast of Indonesia and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 in March 2019 outside Addis Ababa - killed 346 people and led to a worldwide flying ban for Boeing Co.'s 737 Max jets, the fourth generation of a venerable brand first flown in 1967. The tragedies and 20-month global grounding battered Boeing's reputation for safety and transparency, along with its finances. And that was before the pandemic plunged aviation into its
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  • Inside the GOP's two-year fight to elect more women, and why it finally paid off in 2020

    Inside the GOP's two-year fight to elect more women, and why it finally paid off in 2020

    9 days ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement Two years ago, Republican Young Kim arrived in Washington for her freshman orientation, a time-honored tradition where newly elected members of Congress come to Capitol Hill to learn all the rules and perks of being a lawmaker.
    There was one catch, however: Kim's close Southern California race hadn't been called, but she went to Washington just in case. By the time all the votes were tallied, she'd lost.
    This year, Kim returned to Washington for orientation again. She was the undisputed victor this time, and one of the many new Republican women who won their...
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  • FAA gives Boeing 737 Max the green light to fly again, shares soar

    9 days ago - By Fortune

    Boeing Co.'s 737 Max can safely return to the skies with an extensive package of fixes, U.S. regulators ruled, after a scarring 20-month hiatus prompted by a pair of fatal crashes.
    The actions announced Wednesday on the Federal Aviation Administration's website mark the end to the longest grounding of a jetliner in U.S. history and set the stage for airlines and other regulators around the world to resume passenger service with the plane.
    Boeing shares jumped 5.3% to $221.27 in pre-market New York trading. Through Tuesday, they had lost 50% of their value since the March 10, 2019 crash of...
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  • Boeing 737 Max Is Cleared by F.A.A. to Resume Flights

    9 days ago - By NY Times

    The U.S. agency said changes in software, design and training had made the plane safe to operate after two fatal crashes and 20 months out of service.
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