Archive for April 2nd, 2019

The Senate Commerce Committee is investigating whistle-blower claims that Federal Aviation Administration safety inspectors who evaluated Boeing’s 737 Max airplane were not appropriately trained or certified.

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The danger of the BOB stroller “was just so obvious,” said one former regulator.

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<p>The proposal, known as the Secure Act, was backed by the top Democrat and Republican on the tax-writing Ways and Means committee.</p>

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President Trump is blaming the Fed for holding back the economy and stock market despite the central bank’s recent decision to do two things he wanted—halt rate increases and stop shrinking its asset portfolio.

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Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. shares opened at the lowest price since 2013 after the company, the U.S.’s biggest standalone drugstore chain, fell victim to many of the pressures rippling through the health-care and retail industries.

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ANCHORAGE — Working through two winters in the biting Arctic cold, roustabouts bored three miles deep into the coastal plain of northeast Alaska in search of oil. In the spring of 1986, they packed up and left, uttering not a word about what they had found and leaving only a short section of steel pipe to mark the spot. For more than three decades, the findings from the $40 million exploratory well have been one of the oil industry’s most…

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Mick Mulvaney says no one would lose coverage with Obamacare repeal. His White House budget tells a different story.

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<p>Stocks opened little changed on Tuesday as investors digested a strong rally from the previous session.</p>

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<p>The Black Hawk military helicopter flew over Iowa, giving a senior U.S. agriculture official and U.S. senator an eyeful of the flood damage below, where yellow corn from ruptured metal silos spilled out into the muddy water.</p>

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U.S. stock futures were under pressure Tuesday, despite data from the U.S. and China showing a rebound in manufacturing activity.

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<p>Bitcoin climbed suddenly on Tuesday to the highest level since November, leading a surge in virtual currencies and ending three months of calm in the $160 billion market.</p>

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