When the FAA grounded Boeing's 737 Max in March 2019, it was the start of a crisis that would plunge the company into a crisis the likes of which it had never faced. Now, its old CEO gone, the company is admitting "mistakes" and says it will keep working to improve. But pilots are still skeptical. Newsy explains the problem from the start, and talks to one of American Airlines' most experienced Max pilots for perspective.
737 Max Pilot: House Report 'Ringing Condemnation' Of Boeing Culture
A damning government report details Boeing's failures on the 737 Max. Newsy talked to a Max pilot who's been fighting for answers since the start.
Biden administration awards $1.4B to improve rail safety in 35 states
Projects include track upgrades and bridge repairs, improving connectivity among railways, and making routes less vulnerable to extreme weather.
'We feel forgotten': Vermont flood victims navigate lengthy recovery
One resident told Scripps News her home needs $200,000 in repairs but insurance will only cover a portion, leaving her feeling hopeless.
Buttigieg defends effort to fix ailing bridges across the country
The secretary of transportation responds to a Scripps News investigation that found 14,000 bridges across the U.S. left in disrepair.
List of best 100 pizzerias in the world is out, and 15 are in the US
You don't have to go all the way to Italy to get a great slice: An American pizzeria took the No. 2 spot!
Off-duty Texas trooper shoots Black neighbor he thought was intruder
Police said the off-duty trooper shot his Houston neighbor through a closed door, striking him in the shoulder.
Why hundreds of Rite Aid stores could soon be closed
Rite Aid has over 2,100 locations around the U.S., and it is speculated that as many as 500 stores could be shut down.