Take a look: Boeing faces growing scrutiny in Ethiopian crash probe

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(March 20): The crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET 302 on March 10 killed 157 passengers and crew, and marked the second deadly accident involving the Boeing MAX 8 airliner in five months.   

As the crash site and black boxes are investigated, the 737 MAX 8 has been grounded worldwide as a precautionary measure.
> Indonesia crash revelations raise pressure on Ethiopia probe                    
> Doomed Lion Air jet cockpit recorder shows pilots' search for fix              
> FACTBOX-What we know about Boeing 737 MAX crash, what comes next              
> U.S. inspector general to audit MAX certification                             
> U.S. Democrats seek probe of key FAA decisions on MAX approval                
> Ethiopian crash crew's voices could unlock inquiry                            
> Boeing reshuffles top engineers amid 737 MAX crisis                           
> Lenders and travellers stick with Ethiopian Airlines, for now                 
> Transport Canada to assist with proposed software changes                     
> EU to study software updates before allowing flights to resume                   
> Boeing plane development under review                                          
> Boeing CEO says company understands 'lives depend' on safety                       
> Crash investigators return home after reviewing black box data                    
> Canada re-examining its Boeing 737 MAX approval                                
> Boeing's safety analysis of MAX flight control flawed -report                 
> At flight memorial, white roses mark passing of lives                         
> Ethiopian jet's flight data successfully recovered                            
> Crash probe advances with voice download, fresh details                       
> High speed, then a failed climb for doomed Ethiopia flight                    
> Ethiopian says crash victim DNA tests will take up to 6 months                
> Boeing 737 MAX software patch expected before end-March -sources              
> Airlines fear long grounding of MAX jets after Ethiopian crash                
> Boeing 737 MAX deliveries in limbo after deadly crash - sources               

> No bodies, only small remains recovered from Ethiopia crash site                 
> Prize-winning author, 21 UN workers among dead in crash                          
> Ethiopia crash bodies will take days to release                                  
> Ethiopian Airlines flight crashes, killing 157                                   
> Boeing finalizing software upgrade, revising pilot training                      
> Boeing groundings put U.S-China trade-linked jet order in limbo                  
> Garuda Indonesia: 'Possibility' could cancel 737 MAX orders                      
> Boeing prepares for MAX 737 jets sitting outside factory                         
> Boeing to make key change in 737 MAX cockpit software - WSJ                      
> Boeing takes another hit as more countries ground 737 MAX 8s                     
> Boeing CEO confident in 737 MAX safety after 2nd deadly crash                    
> Boeing's 737 MAX back in spotlight after second fatal crash                      
> Norwegian Air to seek compensation from Boeing for MAX grounding                 
> Air Canada halts financial forecasts after 737 MAX grounding                     
> Aeroflot to cancel 737 MAX order if safety issue not solved                      
> Saudi's Flyadeal to decide on 737 MAX order after crash probe                    
> Malaysia Airlines reviewing order for 25 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft                 
> Southwest pilots stand by 737 MAX despite Canada ban                             
> Russia's S7 Airlines grounds Boeing 737 MAX 8 planes                             
> For more airline reactions, see FACTBOX:                                         
> Argentina closes airspace to Boeing 737 MAX flights                              
> Ukraine suspends flights of two Boeing 737 models                                
> Georgia bars flights of Boeing 737 MAX after crash in Ethiopia                   
> UAE bans operation of Boeing 737 MAX models -WAM                                 
> Germany grounds Boeing 737 MAX 8 and 9 for three months                          
> India to ground Boeing 737 MAX planes after Ethiopia crash                       
> EU suspends all flight operations of two Boeing 737 models                       
> Norway shuts airspace to 737 MAX 8                                               
> U.S. says 737 MAX safe to fly after Ethiopia crash; Boeing dips                  
> China suspends commercial operations of Boeing 737-8 planes                      
> Singapore suspends Boeing 737 MAX flights after Ethiopia crash