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Boeing Employees Mocked FAA In Internal Messages Before 737 Max Disasters

Employees bragged about getting approval for the jets without having to give pilots much new training. One employee says, "This airplane is designed by clowns who ... are supervised by monkeys."

"I think we've been tricked into believing that we have to constantly consume, and I think challenging the way we consume is important," Noname says. SUZANNE CORDEIRO/Getty Images hide caption

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On Jan. 11, Rapper Noname Wants You To Register For A Library Card

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President Trump boards Air Force One Thursday on his way to Toledo, Ohio, to hold a campaign rally. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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House Passes War Powers Resolution In Effort To Restrict Trump's Actions Against Iran

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Democratic presidential candidate and New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker speaks at the Teamsters Vote 2020 Presidential Candidate Forum Dec. 7 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Cory Booker Is A Stirring Speaker, Iowa Voters Say. But His Support Still Lags

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National security adviser Robert O'Brien, is defending the Trump administration's decision to order a drone strike against Iran's top military commander. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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National Security Adviser Defends Briefing On Iran Criticized By Lawmakers

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Boeing Employees Mocked FAA In Internal Messages Before 737 Max Disasters

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Paige Macklin (left) and her former music student, Russell King, at their StoryCorps interview in Nov. 2019 in St. Paul, Minn. John Miller/StoryCorps hide caption

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Cabaret Performer Thanks His Elementary School Music Teacher For Giving Him A Voice

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