U.S. Senate panel reviewing whistleblower claims on aviation safety: panel chair

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee is investigating claims by a number of whistleblowers that aviation safety inspectors, including some who worked to evaluate the now-grounded Boeing 737 MAX, were not properly trained or certified, the committee chairman said on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS) walks in the U.S. Capitol in […]

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Here’s what Matt Luke had to say about Ole Miss football’s first big spring scrimmage

Ole Miss defensive lineman Josiah Coatney chats about his offseason procedure and getting healthy for the Rebels this spring practice. Nick Suss, The Clarion-Ledger OXFORD — The Ole Miss football team held its first large-scale scrimmage session on Saturday, a session that Rebels coach Matt Luke seemed to come out of impressed. "I thought there […]

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Nicaragua’s army urges end to violence as protests continue

MANAGUA, Nicaragua – Nicaragua’s military is urging an end to violence that has accompanied anti-government protests, while expressing solidarity with families of those killed during the unrest in recent weeks. Demonstrations continued Sunday and have spread to at least eight departments of the Central American nation. Clashes between protesters and police and government paramilitaries have […]

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