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Right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones speaks to the media as he arrives at the federal courthouse for a hearing in front of a bankruptcy judge Friday

Judge rejects bankruptcy plan for Alex Jones’ Infowars but allows him to liquidate his personal assets

KTRK, NEWS-12-CONNECTICUT-INC, CNN By Jon Passantino, Nicki Brown, Oliver Darcy and Hadas Gold, CNN (CNN) — A Texas bankruptcy judge has rejected a proposed liquidation of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ company Free Speech Systems, the parent company of Infowars, saying that a denial of the bankruptcy plan was, in his opinion, in the best interest of the creditors. But the judge

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Judge rejects bankruptcy plan for Alex Jones’ Infowars but allows him to liquidate his personal assets

By Jon Passantino, Nicki Brown, Oliver Darcy and Hadas Gold, CNN (CNN) — A Texas bankruptcy judge has rejected a proposed liquidation of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ company Free Speech Systems, the parent company of Infowars, saying that a denial of the bankruptcy plan was, in his opinion, in the best interest of the creditors. But the judge approved a separate

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Problematic titanium was found in Boeing and Airbus jets. The FAA is investigating how it got there

By Chris Isidore, CNN New York (CNN) — Titanium that was distributed with fake documentation has been found in commercial Boeing and Airbus jets. Now the Federal Aviation Administration, the aircraft manufacturers and supplier Spirit AeroSystems are investigating whether those components pose a safety hazard to the public. The probe, first reported by the New

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Biden nominates Christy Goldsmith Romero to lead FDIC at pivotal time for the banking regulator

By Elisabeth Buchwald, CNN New York (CNN) — President Joe Biden has nominated Christy Goldsmith Romero as chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The announcement comes after current FDIC Chair Martin Gruenberg said he intended to resign once a successor is confirmed by the Senate following a scathing independent investigation detailing pervasive sexual harassment,

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FAA was ‘too hands-off’ in watching troubled planemaker Boeing, agency head says

By Chris Isidore and Gregory Wallace, CNN Washington DC (CNN) — Federal Aviation Administration chief Mike Whitaker said his agency is partly responsible for the safety problems at Boeing, admitting that it had been “too hands off” in its oversight of the troubled aircraft manufacturer. In testimony Thursday before the Senate Commerce Committee, Whitaker said

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