Boeing 737 Max, NCAA Fat Stacks

Boeing 737 Max, NCAA Fat Stacks

What A Day - October 30, 2019 - 15:56

The NCAA votes to start the process of allowing college athletes to get money while they get an education. We get presidential candidate Andrew Yang’s take on the news. Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenberg faces the Senate Commerce Committee to answer questions about two crashes involving the 737 Max, and what his company could’ve done to prevent them. And in headlines: the House votes to recognize the Armenian genocide, Prince loved Panda, and a Texas highway runs green with guacamole.

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