WASHINGTON—Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg’s testimony last week before a U.S. House panel raised “a litany of new questions” about the development of the 737 MAX, two top committee members said in a letter to House lawmakers. Vowing to press on with their investigation and hold more hearings into accidents that killed a combined 346 people, Transportation Committee chairman Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon) and Aviation Subcommittee chairman Rick Larson (D-Washington) said on ...

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