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Boeing, FAA did not really understand the faulty 737 Max, Congress finds

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A Boeing 737 Max jet lands following a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) test flight at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington on June 29, 2020.

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Boeing, FAA failures at fault for deadly 737 Max crashes, Congress finds

by David Brancaccio , Nova Safo and Alex Schroeder Sep 16, 2020
Those in charge didn't necessarily understand everything about the plane's design or the safety lapses.
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For some, it may make more sense at this moment to quit a job

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by Mitchell Hartman Sep 16, 2020
A new law clears the way for some offenders to become EMTs, and eventually firefighters, after they're released.

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