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Kennedy in 1962. The new models would not likely be complete until 2021 at the earliest. " Boeing gave us a good deal, and we were able to take that", Trump told CBS News anchor Jeff Glor, adding that he saved the U.S. Technically, Air Force One is used to describe any Air Force aircraft carrying the president, but since the middle of the 20th century, it has become standard practice to use the term to refer to one of two highly customized Boeing 747-200B series planes.
  • MPs to vote on starting summer holiday early

    MPs to vote on starting summer holiday early

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    The amendment would have forced the Government to adopt a negotiating objective of seeking to keep the United Kingdom in "a customs union" with the EU after Brexit , unless it has managed to negotiate a "frictionless free trade area for goods" by January 21 next year.
  • American journalist bundled out of Trump-Putin meeting

    American journalist bundled out of Trump-Putin meeting

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    Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Vice Chairman Mark Warner , D-Va., said that, "For the President of the United States to stand next to Vladimir Putin - who personally ordered one of the largest state-sponsored cyber-attacks in our history - and side with Putin over America's military and intelligence leaders is a breach of his duty to defend our country against its adversaries".
  • Mandalay Bay Owner Sues Las Vegas Shooting Victims

    Mandalay Bay Owner Sues Las Vegas Shooting Victims

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    MGM Resorts International , which owns the Mandalay Bay hotel and the Route 91 music festival , where the victims were gathered on October 1, has filed lawsuits against more than 1,000 victims. MGM Resorts is not suing for money but is looking for the federal courts to rule that the Safety Act applies to this case, releasing them from liability.
  • Prince Charles and Prince William 'refused to meet Donald Trump' in Windsor

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    The New York Times reports that both the president and First Lady Melania Trump forgot to bow and curtsy when meeting Queen Elizabeth II, as is customary. It is understood that Prince Charles was reluctant to meet President Trump due to their diverging views on climate change, for which Charles is a passionate advocate and Trump a long-time cynic.
  • Trump's 'cringeworthy' walk with Queen Elizabeth draws anger of Brits

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    The President and First Lady Melania Trump were received with a handshake by Queen Elizabeth . At exactly 12 p.m. ET, they exited their auto and began their official greeting with the queen, which means they were not late. Despite the fact that the US President has violated this rule, the rest of the visit passed without awkward moments. US President Donald Trump's four-day working visit to England to meet British Prime Minister Theresa May resulted in massive protests with thousands ...
  • Britain's May Wins Parliament Vote After Bowing to Brexit Pressure

    Britain's May Wins Parliament Vote After Bowing to Brexit Pressure

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    It has been reported that more than 100 Brexiteer MPs have joined a WhatsApp group coordinating voting tactics against Mrs May, and would be meeting ahead of a vote on the customs bill. Tomorrow is also the effective deadline for her internal critics to organise a vote of no confidence in her. One of the rebel amendments demands that the United Kingdom should scrap an offer to collect taxes and duties on behalf of the European Union unless the remaining 27 member states pledge to do the same ...
  • Firefighter killed battling wildfire near Yosemite

    Firefighter killed battling wildfire near Yosemite

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    Details on how he died are not being released at this time. What became the state's largest wildfire this year was caused by an electric livestock fence that was improperly installed , Cal Fire said last week. He was a second generation CAL FIRE employee and 10-year veteran of CAL FIRE . He is survived by his wife and two young children, Cal Fire reports.
  • Maine's Congressional Delegation Is Critical Of Trump's Summit Comments

    Maine's Congressional Delegation Is Critical Of Trump's Summit Comments

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    In a statement, the top Democrat said , "Millions of Americans will continue to wonder if the only possible explanation for this risky behavior is the possibility that President Putin holds damaging information over President Trump ". "If you are wondering whether or not Vladimir Putin has an incriminating video of Donald Trump , we now know, beyond a treasonable doubt, that he does", he said.
  • Journalist bravely confronts Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin

    Journalist bravely confronts Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin

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    People depicting pregnant US President Donald Trump attend a protest at Senate Square to support women's reproductive rights. Fallon: "Sure. If Putin told you, it must be true". Few have gone public with their thoughts, preferring to stay out of the furious fight between the USA president and his critics in the US over the summit.
  • DUP to vote against Theresa May's early holiday plan for MPs

    DUP to vote against Theresa May's early holiday plan for MPs

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    Guto Bebb resigned as minister for defence procurement ahead of Monday night's vote. Barnier has warned that it will be hard to reach a conclusion in the negotiations by the October target. It could be debated by MPs when the bill returns from the Lords, they added. Speaking to the BBC's Andrew Marr, May indicated she would seek to fight off any challenge that emerged before the summer recess, saying: "I want to focus people's minds on how you ensure you achieve that prize, the benefits of ...
  • United States president upbeat as he meets Putin

    United States president upbeat as he meets Putin

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    He added that it's a hard period in the U.S. Trump said he had raised the issue of alleged Russian meddling in USA elections in talks with on Monday. But while Mr Putin came over as the seasoned professional, eager to present his country as an equivalent to the United States in terms of being a nuclear superpower; an energy provider; and a key actor in the Middle East, Mr Trump seemed more intent on castigating his opponents back home.
  • Airbus Gets Off To Flyer With $27bn Farnborough Orders

    Airbus Gets Off To Flyer With $27bn Farnborough Orders

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    European arch-rival Airbus had forecast last week that the world's passenger fleet would more than double to 48,000 aircraft over the next 20 years, on the back of keen demand from emerging economies and low-priced airlines. The deal is among the largest reported so far at the Farnborough Airshow, which has been marked by brisk activity but a significant number of repeat announcements.
  • Brexit amendment bill passes United Kingdom parliament vote

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    Demands by Brexiteers to change the wording of the Customs Bill were accepted, preventing a rebellion by hardliners who want a clean break with the European Union following the UK's departure. Theresa May explaining her Chequers deal. But by hardening the language to emphasise that the future collection of duties and taxes by Britain and the European Union be on a reciprocal basis, some lawmakers feared that Brexit supporters may have made May's plan less sellable to the bloc.