Boeing is challenging the Air Force over a $40 billion contract to a team led by European manufacturers. How many jobs will go overseas? Is it a threat to national security? What was the role of John McCain and lobbyists in his campaign? Also, ethics crusader Eliot Spitzer is driven from office by long-time association with expensive prostitutes, and the head of the Pentagon's Central Command is out. Was it because of differences over Iran or Iraq?
Historic Changes in New York; Boeing Takes off the Gloves
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Boeing Challenges US Air Force Contract
Boeing has formally challenged the $40 billion Air Force contract awarded to a team that includes including Boeing's rival in Europe, the European Aeronautic Defense and...
Centcom Commander Quits over Perceived Disagreements on Iran, Iraq
In the current Esquire magazine, Admiral William Fallon is described as " brazenly challenging his commander in chief ," especially over the prospect of war with Iran.