May 15, 2019: FAA Faces Questions From Congress On 737 Max; Scientists Struggle For Green Workplaces
Podcast |
Here & Now
Publisher |
NPR
WBUR
Publication Date |
May 15, 2019
Episode Duration |
00:42:47
The acting head of the Federal Aviation Authority faces questions Wednesday from a House committee about the agency's role in approving the Boeing 737 Max airplane. Here Now's transportation analyst Seth Kaplan talks about the FAA's safety assessments of the aircraft. Also, 53-year-old Victor Vescoso from Texas has resurfaced from what he claims is the deepest ocean dive in human history. He talks to host Jeremy Hobson about what he found at the bottom.

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