Boeing 737 MAX jets were parked on a closed runway at Paine Field in Everett this summer as the company awaited FAA approval to resume commercial flights. The plane is still not cleared to fly.
(Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)
Boeing 737 MAX jets were parked on a closed runway at Paine Field in Everett this summer. The plane is still not cleared to fly. (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)
Boeing & Aerospace

Boeing’s defense of 737 MAX’s flight-control system in wake of pilot messages stands up

New reporting indicates the erratic behavior described in the 2016 chat by 737 MAX chief technical pilot Mark Forkner revealed a software bug in the MAX flight simulator he was using, rather than evidence of the flaws that later showed up on the real airplane's new flight control system.

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Some tips to make Halloween decor less scary for wildlife

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Careers

Comedians are being hired by the hour to help dementia patients

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In a photo from the Library of Congress, a 1976 poster by Jacquie Ursula Caldwell. Several Democratic presidential candidates are proposing that parents who stay home to care for children get paid, a twist on typical family policies — like paid leave, subsidized child care or the right to work part-time — all of which make it easier for parents to have jobs outside the home. (Library of Congress via The New York Times)
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Stay-at-home parents work hard. Should they be paid?

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Go for all the marbles with a stone bathroom sink

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Kristin Chenoweth’s private stage has an evolving aesthetic  VIEW

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Diya Khanna

How I translated lived experience into a paying job

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Karla L. Miller offers advice on surviving the ups and downs of the modern workplace. (Courtesy of The Washington Post)
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If I’m overqualified for the job, should I dumb down my resume?

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I’m an angry woman, and that’s a good thing

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Spectro Alloys president Luke Palen said the company is raffling off a new ATV to job candidates who apply. It just expanded and needs 10 additional workers.
Careers

Too many jobs and not enough workers in most states

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Empowering or anti-feminist? Either way, shapewear endures  VIEW

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