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Joe Biden announced that his immigration bill will be introduced immediately

President-elect Joe Biden said he will introduce immigration legislation immediately after taking office at the end of January, and that his Justice Department will investigate the separation of migrant children from their parents during the Trump administration. He did not detail his immigration legislation or what actions he will take. He previously said he will […]

Donald Trump extended until March the partial suspension of immigration to the United States

Donald Trump, extended until next March 31 two decrees that suspend the entry into the country of many applicants for permanent residence and other temporary workers. The measures that Trump renewed were issued in April and June, arguing that the destruction of jobs caused by the COVID-19 crisis warranted new immigration restrictions. These measures were […]

Kobe Bryant helicopter crash: New NTSB documents appear to point to pilot disorientation in fog

The helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant descended steeply and crashed, killing all nine passengers aboard, even though its pilot said in his last radio transmission that he was climbing to 4,000 feet, documents released Wednesday by federal investigators show. The pilot never told air traffic controllers about plans to turn and descend after they asked him about his intentions once he […]

Sriwijaya plane crash puts Indonesia Aviation Safety under hurricane’s eye

Indonesia’s air safety is back in the eye of the hurricane after a Sriwijaya Air plane carrying 62 people crashed into the Java Sea minutes after takeoff last Saturday, this mishap is the country’s third major air crash in just over six years. Before the crash, there had been 697 deaths in Indonesia over the […]

Boeing agrees to pay $2.5 billion to resolve federal criminal charge over 737 Max conspiracy

The Justice Department on Thursday said Boeing has agreed to pay more than $2.5 billion to resolve a charge that it conspired to defraud the Federal Aviation Administration during its review of the 737 Max, the airliner involved in a pair of deadly crashes that killed 346 people. The Justice Department’s Criminal Division said the […]

The FAA approved the Boeing 737 Max to be flown again after extensive investigations.

After several studies, tests and verifications, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) cancelled the order that stopped Boeing’s commercial operations. The strike affected several companies and particularly Boeing, although it was certain that 737 Max were safe, complied with the order to put the aircraft on the ground. The new provision will allow airlines under […]