FAA’s Babbitt Placed On Leave Following DWI Arrest

The U.S. Transportation Dept. (DOT) has accepted FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt’s request for a leave of absence following his arrest in Northern Virginia Saturday for allegedly driving while intoxicated. Deputy Administrator Michael Huerta will serve as acting administrator, DOT says. DOT adds...

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