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Europe’s air safety regulator is concerned about the plane’s certification process.
The navigation lock was closed Sept. 5 after operators detected problems and further investigation revealed cracked concrete.
The governor skipped a meeting about tax breaks he said Boeing squeezed out of the state.
Pricing products well below the competition is off-brand for the tech giant.
“We can’t allow people to get sick and we can’t have our youth be so affected,” President Donald Trump says.
Later in life, he switched his focus from drilling for oil to renewable wind power, with little success.
Negotiators from the two countries are due to meet in Washington in the coming weeks.
The possible requirement of new equipment would significantly complicate the plane’s return to service.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency also says Boeing’s redesign still has “integrity issues.”
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Bev’s granddaughter is moving into the 21st century and a bigger space. But it’ll always be Bev’s place.
The price cut underscores the company’s efforts to counteract a sales slump of its flagship product.
Fannie and Freddie together guarantee roughly half of the $10 trillion U.S. home loan market.
The Department of Natural Resources might swap 27 acres of trees for a commercial parcel in Arlington.
But the 100,000 workers will be paid more.
The company will open a new distribution center at the Port of Everett’s Riverside Business Park.
Hiring events will take place Sept. 17 in six locations, including Seattle.
The carrier flies up to 850 flights a day. The 48-hour strike affects as many as 195,000 passengers.
Palouse group preserves the way farming was done before the internal combustion engine.
Brad Smith says the social media giant has failed to thwart thieves, terrorists and scoundrels.