A House panel says Boeing and the FAA failed on 737 Max safety. What needs to change?

A House panel says Boeing and the FAA failed on 737 Max safety. What needs to change?

The fatal crashes of two Boeing 737 Max jets that left 346 people dead resulted from multiple failures throughout the aircraft’s production and approval process. Now, a new and blistering report from Democrats on the House Transportation Committee reveals just how extensive those failures were — and underscores what needs to change. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien joins Amna Nawaz to discuss.

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