Boeing faces liabilities as CEO Dennis Muilenburg acknowledges ‘apparent’ 737 Max problem

By Nathan Bomey (USA TODAY)

An acknowledgment by Boeing’s CEO that a new maneuvering system in the company’s 737-Max airplanes contributed to two fatal crashes could leave Boeing exposed to billions of dollars in legal liabilities, experts say. 

Still, CEO Dennis Muilenburg’s statement may be an effort to show that Boeing remains in control of the situation, protecting its reputation and minimizing future losses by ensuring airlines, flyers and investors keep faith in the company.… Read Full Article

North Carolina couple offers relationship advice after marking 82 years of marriage

By Leondra Head (Good Morning America)

North Carolina couple offers relationship advice after marking 82 years of marriage (ABC News)

North Carolina couple offers relationship advice after marking 82 years of marriage originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com

A North Carolina couple may have the answers for a long-lasting marriage.… Read Full Article

Sarah Vaughan – Misty (Live from Sweden) Mercury Records 1964

“Misty” is a jazz standard written in 1954 by the pianist Erroll Garner. Originally composed as an instrumental following the traditional 32-bar format, the tune later had lyrics by Johnny Burke and became the signature song of Johnny Mathis.

Sarah’s accompanied by Kirk Stuart (piano), Charles “Buster” Williams (bass), and Georges Hughes (drums).… Read Full Article

China’s J-20 Stealth Fighter Might Have Some F-35 ‘DNA’ After All

The new photos of the J-20 provide an up close and personal look at the fuselage of the new interceptor.

by Task and Purpose (The National Interest)

Although the J-20 has been pushed into service, recent problems with the J-15 carrier-based fighter suggest that the Chinese answer to the F-22 isn’t quite ready for prime-time despite propaganda from Chinese-owned media outlets that portray the J-20 as a fully-armed and operational battle station.Read Full Article