Former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn doesn’t have to testify after court dismisses lawsuit

CLOSE The White House’s former top lawyer, Don McGahn, defied a congressional subpoena and skipped a hearing. USA TODAYWASHINGTON – A federal appeals court on Friday ruled that former White House counsel Don McGahn does not have to testify before the House Judiciary Committee in one of multiple, lingering investigations of President Donald Trump.In a 2-1…

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Dow Jones Industrial Average slides 357 points on coronavirus fears as stocks post worst week since 2008

CLOSE U.S. and international stock markets take a hit over coronavirus fears. Investment pros are advising not to panic, staying the course on retirement. USA TODAYU.S. stocks gyrated Friday as fears escalated over the fast-spreading coronavirus, with stocks posting their worst week since the depths of the global financial crisis. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 357.28…

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Kobe Bryant crash: Probe launched into whether deputies shared graphic photos of remains

Chris Woodyard, USA TODAY Published 2:47 p.m. ET Feb. 28, 2020 | Updated 2:57 p.m. ET Feb. 28, 2020CLOSE National Transportation Safety Board investigators finished collecting evidence, hauling wreckage away from the 600-foot debris field. USA TODAYLOS ANGELES — The L.A. sheriff’s department is investigating whether deputies may have shared graphic photos of human remains from…

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Past Strains Between Boeing, FAA Threaten MAX Simulator Plans

Plans to mandate simulator training for pilots before Boeing Co.’s 737 MAX can return to service—already a time-consuming and costly undertaking—could face a further complication: personal friction between the plane maker’s staff and U.S. government officials. Internal Boeing messages recently made public amid House and Senate investigations showed company pilots ridiculing their counterparts at the…

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