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American Airline scrap Airbus deal to order 47 Boeing Dreamliners in $12,000,000,000 deal

American Airline scrap Airbus deal to order 47 Boeing Dreamliners in $12,000,000,000 deal

The airline said the move would 'simplify its fleet' of aircraft.
Arizona, Texas send 400 troops to US-Mexico border, after Trump order

Arizona, Texas send 400 troops to US-Mexico border, after Trump order

The US states of Texas and Arizona on Friday announced plans to send National Guard troops to the southern border with Mexico after President Donald Trump ordered a thousands-strong deployment to
Fire at Trump Tower leaves one man dead, four injured

Fire at Trump Tower leaves one man dead, four injured

An elderly man died late Saturday and four firefighters were injured after a blaze erupted on the 50th floor of Trump Tower in New York, officials said.
Judge: State’s Assault Weapons Ban Doesn’t Violate 2nd Amendment

Judge: State’s Assault Weapons Ban Doesn’t Violate 2nd Amendment

Assault weapons and large-capacity magazines are not protected by the Second Amendment, a federal judge said in a ruling Friday upholding Massachusetts’ ban on the weapons.U.S. District Judge William
Global Hunger Is Rising, Artificial Intelligence Can Help

Global Hunger Is Rising, Artificial Intelligence Can Help

Despite a global abundance of food, a United Nations report says 815 million people, 11 percent of the world’s population, went hungry in 2016. That number seems to be rising.Poverty is not the only
Women of Courage Fight Inequality, Injustice

Women of Courage Fight Inequality, Injustice

Outrage, compassion, a desire for justice: these are some of the motivations of 10 women honored by the U.S. State Department this year with the International Women of Courage Award. Mike O'Sullivan
‘Women of Courage’ Fight Inequality, Injustice

‘Women of Courage’ Fight Inequality, Injustice

Outrage, compassion, a desire for justice. These are some of the motivations of 10 women honored by the U.S. State Department this year with the International Women of Courage Award.Presented their
UN, Singapore Concerned about Rising Trade Tensions

UN, Singapore Concerned about Rising Trade Tensions

The U.N. secretary-general and the Singaporean foreign minister voiced concerns about global trade tensions and rising protectionism during back-to-back meetings in Beijing on Sunday.Following remarks
Trump Blames Putin, Iran for Syrian Chemical Attack, Vowing 'Big Price to Pay'

Trump Blames Putin, Iran for Syrian Chemical Attack, Vowing 'Big Price to Pay'

U.S. President Donald Trump blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran on Sunday for a "mindless chemical attack" in Syria that killed at least 40 people, vowing there would be a "big price to
Trump Predicts Resolution of Trade Dispute with China

Trump Predicts Resolution of Trade Dispute with China

U.S. President Donald Trump predicted Sunday there would be a resolution of the U.S.-China standoff on tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of goods the world's two biggest economies are
White House Defends Sending Troops to US-Mexico Border

White House Defends Sending Troops to US-Mexico Border

The White House is defending President Donald Trump’s decision to deploy military personnel to the U.S.-Mexico border, with only a few American states so far agreeing to provide National Guard troops
US Official: North Korea Willing to Talk to US About Denuclearization

US Official: North Korea Willing to Talk to US About Denuclearization

North Korea is willing to talk to the United States about denuclearization, a senior U.S. official said Sunday.These are the first tangible signs that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is still willing
Trump Tower Apartment, Site of Fatal Blaze, Had No Sprinklers

Trump Tower Apartment, Site of Fatal Blaze, Had No Sprinklers

The apartment in Trump Tower in New York where a fire killed a prominent art dealer and collector and injured six firefighters had no sprinkler system.The fire started on the 50th floor of the
Five Questions for Mark Zuckerberg as He Heads to Congress

Five Questions for Mark Zuckerberg as He Heads to Congress

Congress has plenty of questions for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who will testify on Capitol Hill Tuesday and Wednesday about the company's ongoing data-privacy scandal and how it failed to guard
Boston, Other Marathons Say Trans Women Can Compete as Women

Boston, Other Marathons Say Trans Women Can Compete as Women

In 1967, a Boston Marathon official nearly dragged a woman off the course after she managed to enter the men's-only race. Five decades later, race officials aren't as concerned about gender
US Military Denies Responsibility For Syria Missile Strikes

US Military Denies Responsibility For Syria Missile Strikes

Syrian state media reported a missile attack early Monday on an airbase in Homs province, saying there were a number of casualties.The reports said the attack targeted the T4 base and blamed the U.S.
Trump's National Security Council Spokesman Michael Anton Resigns

Trump's National Security Council Spokesman Michael Anton Resigns

Another key member of the Trump White House is leaving his job as the shakeup of his national security team continues.National Security Council spokesman Michael Anton, one of Trump's earliest
Tell Us Your Charlotte, NC Travel Tips

Tell Us Your Charlotte, NC Travel Tips

The city of Charlotte is growing faster than it looks, according to Wikivoyage’s extensive guide to the city, and it’s retained its Southern charm and friendliness while taking in an influx of
That Time When America Banned Sliced Bread

That Time When America Banned Sliced Bread

Modern life is full of conveniences but few things are as convenient as sliced bread. Just think about it. To make a sandwich all you need to do is open a bag and remove the required number of pre-cut
US Confirms N. Korea Willing to Discuss Denuclearization

US Confirms N. Korea Willing to Discuss Denuclearization

The U.S. has confirmed that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is willing to discuss the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, a Trump administration official said.This is the first tangible sign