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Scotland train crash: 3 passengers dead after derailment
Three people were killed when a passenger train derailed in northeastern Scotland after a night of stormy weather. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has described the crash as "a very serious incident."
Families mark anniversary of Ethiopia Airlines crash
In tonight's edition: Bereaved families who lost loved ones aboard Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 converged on the crash site on to mark the first anniversary of the tragedy. In Nigeria, the influential former Emir of Kano speaks out after being removed from his position. His lawyers say his treatment is unconstitutional. Finally, we head to Morocco where women are gaining ground on the rap scene largely dominated by men.
Foggy weather scrutinized in Kobe Bryant crash, say investigators
The pilot's final radio transmission revealed he would climb to avoid a cloud layer, say investigators. The weather conditions during the tragic flight are being probed by authorities.
Boeing CEO: We are deeply sorry for losses from 737 crashes
Boeing Co. Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg apologized to the families that lost loved ones on Boeing 737 Max crashes. He testified today before the U.S. Senate’s Commerce Committee and said the jet maker made mistakes and said they are committed to fixing problems with the Max jetliners.
Boeing settles first lawsuit with 737 Max crash families
The US aviation giant has settled the first in a series of lawsuits filed by families of 737 Max crash victims. Boeing will reportedly pay $1.2 million to 11 families of victims killed in the 2018 Lion Air crash.
Boeing CEO hangs on as lawsuits over 737 MAX crashes mount
Boeing CEO hangs on as lawsuits over 737 MAX crashes mount.
Faulty 737 sensor from Lion Air crash linked to repair shop
A faulty sensor on a Lion Air 737 Max that’s been linked to the jetliner’s deadly crash last October and a harrowing ride the previous day was repaired in a U.S. aircraft maintenance facility before the tragedy, according to investigative documents.