It’s April 29th. Today, we Skimm’d This:
North Korea sent the US a $2 million hospital bill for Otto Warmbier, but the Trump administration says it doesn’t pay ransom. We’ll dive into the controversy over payouts for political prisoners.
Boeing’s CEO is getting some flak from shareholders today. We’ll tell you about the company’s turbulence in the wake of two recent plane crashes.
A new group of activists are trying to make female voters a Supermajority.
And finally: there’s been some beef. With beef.
theSkimm: The White House confirmed that North Korea sent them a bill for American prisoner Otto Warmbier – to the tune of $2 million. But the White House says: they didn't actually pay it. Why hostage ransoms are so controversial. Meanwhile, Boeing execs finally faced their shareholders – to explain how the company’s going to bounce back from the 737 Max turbulence. Also on today’s show: a new group of women are saying #NoExcuses, and Burger King is giving you another excuse to go vegan.
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