The Federal Aviation Administration said it’s yet to find evidence to take action, and Boeing said in a statement on Tuesday that the company has “full confidence in the safety of the 737 Max.”
ABC News Senior Transportation Correspondent David Kerley tells us on “Start Here” that the two black boxes recovered from the crash site in Ethiopia should help solve the mystery of what went wrong on Flight 302.
The Venezuelan government has accused the U.S. and opposition leaders of hacking its power grid as part of an effort to supplant President Nicolas Maduro with Juan Guaido. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo denied that, saying the power outages are “a direct result of years and years of neglect to the Venezuelan energy system.”
ABC News Chief National Correspondent Tom Llamas describes on today’s podcast that many Venezuelans are “doing anything they can to survive.”
4. Biden his time?
Former Vice President Joe Biden teased a potential 2020 candidacy on Tuesday as a friendly crowd chanted, “Run, Joe, run!”
“I appreciate the energy,” he told a gathering of the International Association of Firefighters in Washington, D.C. “Save it a little longer — I may need it in a few weeks.”
Senior Congressional Correspondent Mary Bruce tells us on today’s podcast that it’s the clearest sign yet the 76-year-old may run, as people who know the former vice president tell ABC News he’s “90 percent there.”
‘I do not believe that a civilized society can claim to be a leader in the world as long as its government continues to sanction the premeditated and discriminatory execution of its people’: The governor of California announces a moratorium on the death penalty.
‘With one of her accomplices, she intentionally amputated her left hand, hoping to stage it as an accident’: Authorities in Slovenia accuse a 21-year-old woman of some pretty elaborate insurance fraud.