Shooting A Lamborghini With Fireworks From A Helicopter Ends In Federal Charges For YouTuber Alex Choi

The deck may be stacked against you, but if you find success as an internet content creator, it can unlock a whole new world of opportunities, money and fame. Still, if you want to continue to grow your channel, there’s a lot of pressure to make every video more over the top and more expensive … Read more

Trump’s Boeing 757 Hits Parked Plane On Airport Tarmac

Photo: Alon Skuy Former President Donald Trump’s Boeing 757 struck a parked corporate jet on the tarmac of West Palm Beach International Airport on Sunday. No one was hurt in the collision, but the Federal Aviation Administration is investigating the incident. The taxi mishap is just a drop in the legal complication bucket of the … Read more

Boeing Terrorized Employees Into Ignoring Missing ‘Non-Conforming Parts’ On Production Floor: Whistleblower

When I picture a nightmare working environment, I think about a surreal all-hands meeting where Auric Goldfinger tells his entire company that they’re going to irradiate Fort Knox with a weapon of mass destruction. Boeing South Carolina isn’t the first place to come to mind. However, the account of John Barnett details a workplace where … Read more

Boeing’s Safety Culture Is A Mess

So, as it turns out, Boeing’s safety culture is as not good as we all expected it to be. A new report from federal safety experts found some major issues with its culture that include a “disconnect” between senior management and other employees. It was also described as both “inadequate” and “confusing.” That is not what … Read more

We Finally Know Why SpaceX’s Starship Exploded (Twice) During Its Second Flight

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has closed its investigation into the second Starship test flight, which SpaceX performed on November 18, 2023. With the inquiry concluded, SpaceX is now on track to advance its program, pending the necessary fixes. Driving The 2024 TX 500h F SPORT In NYC | Quick Drive Orbital Test Flight 2 … Read more

You Don’t Need to Use Airplane Mode on Airplanes

Putting your phone in airplane mode when boarding a flight feels like common sense. You wouldn’t be crazy for thinking your phone signal could interfere with an airplane’s navigation systems, potentially causing a disaster. However, the necessity of airplane mode is largely a myth, and there’s another reason airlines are asking you to turn your … Read more

Which One Of You Blue Check Guys Let Elon Musk Put A Chip In Your Brain?

Photo: Slaven Vlasic (Getty Images) Elon Musk announced that Neuralink has implanted a computer chip in the brain of its first human patient. Tesla’s Cybertruck Has Finally Arrived Neuralink implanted a computer chip into the brain of its first human patient, according to Elon Musk on the platform that he owns and operates. The procedure … Read more

‘I Would Tell My Family To Avoid The Max. I Would Tell Everyone, Really…’ Experts And Ex-Boeing Employees Issue Warning On Max

Airlines are resuming flights with the troubled Boeing Max 9 planes which were all grounded following the door panel blow-out incident on Jan. 5, but aviation experts say that these planes still have significant and potentially dangerous quality-control issues. I Need A Manual Car Thats Fun And Powerful | WCSYB? Boeing Max 8 jets first … Read more

FAA chief vows ‘boots on ground’ to get quality control

Michael Whitaker, nominee to be the next administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), testifies during a Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation hearing on Capitol Hill October 4, 2023 in Washington, DC. The FAA has been without a Senate-confirmed administrator for 18 months. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Drew Angerer | Getty Images … Read more

‘Overstretched’ Regulators Keep Missing The Boeing 737 Max’s Serious Flaws

Photo: Mathieu Lewis-Rolland (Getty Images) The door plug blow-out on Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 has rightly provoked an intense outburst of public scrutiny regarding the Boeing 737 Max 9. Initial findings have led federal regulators to believe that design and quality control issues at Boeing and its supplier Spirit AeroSystems caused the dramatic incident. But … Read more