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FILE - In this Monday, April 29, 2019 file photo, Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg speaks during a news conference after the company's annual shareholders meeting at the Field Museum in Chicago. Boeing’s CEO says the company made a “mistake” in handling a problematic cockpit warning system in 737 Max jets ahead of two deadly crashes of the top-selling plane. Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg told reporters in Paris on Sunday, June 16 that the company’s communication “was not consistent,” calling that “unacceptable.”(AP Photo/Jim Young, file)
CEO: Boeing made mistake in handling warning-system problemThe CEO of Boeing says the company made a "mistake" in handling a problematic cockpit warning system in 737 Max jets before two deadly crashes of the top-selling plane
The Associated Press50 minutes ago
People walk in front of closed stores during a blackout, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sunday, June 16, 2019. Argentina and Uruguay were working frantically to return power on Sunday, after a massive power failure left large swaths of the South American countries in the dark. (AP Photo/Tomas F. Cuesta)
The Latest: Expert says design errors had role in blackoutThe president of the Center for the Study of Energy Regulatory Activity in Argentina says that a massive blackout that left millions without electricity "has never happened" in the country
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Mom Tracks Down Daughter Trapped in Terrifying WreckA North Carolina mom is calling it a "miracle" after technology helped her find her missing daughter—who was trapped in a 25-foot ditch with serious injuries, the Charlotte Observer reports. Catrina Cramer Alexander says she got worried on June 7 when her 17-year-old daughter, Macy Smith, missed curfew and...
Newser5 hours ago
This photo released by the New York City Fire Department shows damage caused by a helicopter crash, south of Central Park in New York on Monday, June 10, 2019. The crash that killed the pilot and occurred near Times Square and Trump Tower shook the 750-foot (229-meter) AXA Equitable building sparked a fire and forced office workers to flee on elevators and down stairs, witnesses and officials said. (FDNY via AP)
Schumer urges FAA to require data recorders in helicoptersThe Senate's top Democrat is calling on the Federal Aviation Administration to require all helicopters be equipped with data recorders after a deadly chopper crash in New York City
The Associated Press6 hours ago
FIFA wants Saudis to stop pirated Women's World Cup TV feedsFIFA has demanded Saudi-backed satellite broadcaster Arabsat stop transmitting pirated feeds of Women's World Cup games from a Qatari network in an ongoing sports television rights dispute linked to the Gulf diplomatic crisis
The Associated Press7 hours ago
In this June 7, 2019 photo, Encore Boston Harbor casino president Robert DeSalvo, right, speaks to Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria in the company's administrative office in Medford, Mass. The casino is scheduled to open in nearby Everett on Sunday, June 23. (AP Photo/Philip Marcelo)
Will it work? Glitzy casino opening on industrial waterfrontEncore Boston Harbor is opening after months of turmoil and uncertainty
The Associated Press10 hours ago
L3 Achieves Record-High ISR Sensors Orders
The Associated Press11 hours ago
In this Monday, June 10, 2019 photo, Brad Goldberg, of Los Angeles, tours the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas.  Officials at the museum say they have outgrown their space east of the Las Vegas Strip and is looking for a new location to expand its nuclear testing exhibits. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal via AP)/Las Vegas Review-Journal via AP)
National Atomic Testing Museum in Vegas looking for new homeOfficials at the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas say the museum has outgrown its space east of the Las Vegas Strip and is looking for a new location to expand its nuclear testing exhibits
The Associated Press1 day ago
A sign is posted explaining a technical glitch at a Target store in San Francisco on Saturday, June 15, 2019. The technological glitch that stalled checkout lines at its stores worldwide,  exasperating shoppers and eating into sales at a prime time for retailers. The outage periodically prevented Target's cashiers from scanning merchandise or processing transactions. Self-checkout registers also weren't working at times, causing massive lines in some stores.  (AP Photo/Michael Liedtke)
Target's tech trouble clogs stores with long checkout linesA glitch stalled checkout lines at Target stores worldwide Saturday, exasperating shoppers and potentially eating into sales at a prime time for retailers, the day before Father's Day
The Associated Press1 day ago
Plane landing at Newark airport blows tires, skids on runwayAuthorities say a plane blew tires while landing at Newark airport, sending it skidding across the runway before coming to a halt
The Associated Press1 day ago
US Sends Russia a Scary Cyber-MessageIf Russia is plunged into darkness one day, Washington may well be behind it—or so US officials are telling the New York Times . In a strategic shift, the US military's Cyber Command is planting malware in Russia's electrical grid to offset the threat that Russia can do the same...
Newser1 day ago
Passengers subdue chaotic man on board Turkish Airlines jetAn Associated Press photographer says passengers on board a Turkish Airlines flight to Sudan had to subdue a man who started screaming soon after takeoff and began rushing toward the cockpit.
The Associated Press1 day ago
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