Sunday, March 24, 2019

Deregulation Doomed 346 Passengers and Crew Members on Two Boeing 737 MAX Planes - Donald Watkins -- Sen. Shelby and his cadre of homegrown aviation industry lobbyists have lawyered up, as well. In Shelby’s view, everybody at the FAA and Boeing is dispensable. After all, Shelby has Airbus as a backup political ally and major financial contributor.


Why Pistons' Tom Gores, other team owners want to buy Fox Sports networks - Vince Ellis, Detroit Free Press

'It's a complete EXONERATION': Angry Trump says Russia probe 'was an illegal takedown that failed' after Robert Mueller clears him and his campaign of colluding with Moscow and Attorney General Barr decides there's not enough evidence to charge him with obstruction of justice | Daily Mail Online

REVEALED: Dr. Dre made $70 MILLION donation to USC and has a building named after him at the campus he boasted his daughter got into 'all on her own' in the wake of admission scandal | Daily Mail Online

The Boeing 737 Max crisis goes way beyond software — Quartz - Tim Fernholz

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Saturday, March 23, 2019

Justin Verlander nearing two-year, $66 million extension with Astros - Bob Nightengale

“Swamp” Creatures Lawyer Up in Aftermath of 737 MAX Crashes - Donald Watkins - Mar 23, 2019 - Investigators are also looking at Sen. Richard Shelby, Howard Goodloe Sutton, Jr., and others as “persons of interest” in the 737 MAX airplane crashes. Shelby and Sutton were in a position to influence the FAA’s decision to permit Boeing to play such a large role in deciding whether its airplanes are safe.


NCAA College Basketball Scores - - March Madness

March Madness: Ranking Saturday's schedule of NCAA tournament games