Boeing's CEO took questions from reporters Monday for the first time since the FAA grounded his company's 737 MAX. He offered some answers, some non-answers and some blame-shifting before walking away. His comments came just after Boeing's first shareholder meeting since the start of the MAX crisis.
Boeing CEO Says He Intends To Stay On, Suggests Pilot Error In Crashes
Dennis Muilenburg said the 737 MAX "did meet" safety criteria. The plane's automation system is suspected of causing two deadly crashes.
California passes 1st-in-nation emission rules for trains
The rule will ban the use of locomotive engines more than 23 years old by 2030 and increase zero-emissions technology to transport goods.
White House announces nearly $300M to update and replace aging bridges
Bridges are the latest recipient of improvement funds under the Biden administration's nationwide infrastructure plan.
Study finds urban water issues caused by excesses of the wealthy
A study is pointing to the excesses of the rich as a major contributor to water crisis problems in urban areas.
Explaining the temporary halt on Tennessee’s ‘drag ban’ law
Scripps News spoke to a political analyst to gain insights into a federal judge's ruling declaring Tennessee's "drag ban" unconstitutional.
F-16's sonic boom heard over DC area in response to unresponsive plane
Officials attempted to establish contact with the pilot of the unresponsive plane, but they were unresponsive.
Missing man's body recovered at Iowa apartment collapse site
Two other men — 51-year-old Ryan Hitchcock and 60-year-old Daniel Prien — are still unaccounted for.