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UPDATE 1-U.S. FAA meets with air regulators on fate of Boeing 737 MAX


UPDATE 1-U.S. FAA meets with air regulators on fate of Boeing 737 MAX The Federal Aviation Administration is meeting with international air regulators from around the world on Thursday to determine what is needed to return the grounded Boeing Co 737 MAX to return it to service. The agency will summarize the status of three major ongoing reviews of the 737 MAX and give an update of the recertification process and shed light on Boeing's proposed revisions to its software and pilot training. Acting FAA Administrator Dan Elwell said on Thursday he thought travelers in the United States and around the world would respect any eventual decision by the FAA to return the plane to service. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Tornado hits Missouri capital as deadly storms sweep state


Tornado hits Missouri capital as deadly storms sweep state A tornado tore apart buildings in Missouri's capital city as part of an outbreak of severe weather across the state overnight that left at least three people dead and dozens injured. The National Weather Service confirmed that the large and destructive twister moved over Jefferson City shortly before midnight on Wednesday. "Across the state, Missouri's first responders once again responded quickly and with strong coordination as much of the state dealt with extremely dangerous conditions that left people injured, trapped in homes, and tragically led to the death of three people," Gov. Mike Parson said. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

CNN’s Alisyn Camerota Confronts Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Trump’s Tantrum


CNN’s Alisyn Camerota Confronts Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Trump’s Tantrum It’s been 73 days since Sarah Huckabee Sanders last held a “daily” White House press briefing. For the most part, she has chosen to bring the Trump administration’s message to Fox News and Fox News only. But on Thursday morning she stepped out of her comfort zone and was quickly reminded what it feels like to be questioned by a real reporter. Sanders’ interview with CNN’s Alisyn Camerota on New Day started out all smiles as the two women exchanged pleasantries. But as soon as the host began to dig in on President Trump’s ultimatum to Democrats in Congress that he will not work with them on infrastructure until they stop investigating him, things went south.Alisyn Camerota Loves Doing Journalism at CNN, After Doing the Opposite at Fox News“Congress say they can do two things at once, the Democrats is Congress say this isn't a problem,” Camerota said. “So is the president saying that he cannot do infrastructure while he's being investigated?” “I think it’s a complete lie that Democrats in Congress think they can do two things at once,” Sanders replied. “So far we haven't seen them do anything. Nancy Pelosi has had the majority in the House for months and is yet to accomplish a single thing. They literally haven’t gotten anything done since she took over.” When Camerota pointed out that since January, the House has passed 248 bills and the Senate has passed 161, Sanders laughed it off as insignificant. “I just want to say, it's the president who is saying that he can't do infrastructure while he's being investigated,” Camerota reiterated. “He is the one who walked out of the meeting. So just so that we're clear, he's saying that bridges are not going to be fixed until he's no longer investigated, is that what we hear from the White House?” Instead of answering that question, Sanders stammered a bit as she once again accused Democrats of being “incapable of doing anything other than investigating this president.”“They spend all of their time attacking him and the fact that they would have a meeting an hour before they are set to arrive at the White House where Nancy Pelosi literally accuses the president of a crime and then wants to walk into his office and sit down as if nothing happened, that's just—that's lunacy,” she continued. “That's not even in the realm of possibility. The president absolutely wants to get infrastructure done, he wants to secure our border, he wants to do things that help our veterans, he wants to improve our education system, he wants to do all of those things but Democrats have been unwilling to work with him.”Fox News' Chris Wallace Shuts Down Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ Claim About Terrorists Crossing BorderLater, after confirming that Trump’s “merit-based” immigration plan will not prioritize DREAMers, Sanders returned to her attacks on Pelosi for suggesting the president may have committed a crime. “That would be like John telling you that he thought you were stealing from the network and then sitting down in the chair next to you and saying, but no big deal, let's just move forward,” she said, referring to Camerota’s co-host John Berman. “John would never accuse me of something like that,” Camerota said with a smile. “I would hope not,” Sanders added. Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

India's Modi stuns opposition with huge election win


India's Modi stuns opposition with huge election win Official data from the Election Commission showed Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party ahead in 302 of the 542 seats up for grabs, up from the 282 it won in 2014 and more than the 272 seats needed for a majority in the lower house of parliament. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Five challenges for India's victorious Modi


Five challenges for India's victorious Modi Last year 19 million applied for 63,000 positions at Indian Railways. Non-farm sectors are hampered by stringent labour laws and insufficient investment in skills, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Many of those looking for work are those escaping from a dire crisis gripping Indian agriculture that has driven thousands of farmers to suicide in recent years. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

May postpones her final Brexit showdown


May postpones her final Brexit showdown The British government on Thursday postponed Theresa May's final Brexit showdown in parliament following an outcry over concessions that looked set to speed up the end of her tumultuous spell as premier. The increasingly isolated Conservative premier is facing the prospect of being forced to resign without have achieved her mission to guide her fractured country out of the European Union after nearly 50 years of membership. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Theme park attendance passed half a billion mark for first time in 2018: report


Theme park attendance passed half a billion mark for first time in 2018: report For the first time, attendance at amusement parks exceeded half a billion visits in 2018, a figure that represents nearly seven percent of the world population.  Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

European pilots 'deeply disturbed' by possible 737 MAX return


European pilots 'deeply disturbed' by possible 737 MAX return European pilots said Thursday they found it "deeply disturbing" that the Boeing 737 MAX was already being considered for a return to service after being grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes. Faulty technology in the 737 MAX was blamed for an Ethiopian Airlines crash in March and an Indonesian Lion Air crash in October, which together claimed 346 lives, and air safety agencies around the world banned it from the skies until a fix could be found. The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said Wednesday that Boeing has not yet handed over the proposed repair for the faulty automated control system for assessment, but some American carriers appear ready to put the plane back in the air. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Harriet Tubman will not replace Andrew Jackson on $20 bill until after Trump leaves office


Harriet Tubman will not replace Andrew Jackson on $20 bill until after Trump leaves office Plans to replace slaveholding former president Andrew Jackson with slave-turned-activist Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill have been shelved until after President Donald Trump leaves office. Steve Mnuchin, the treasury secretary, announced on Wednesday that he had postponed the plan, created under Barack Obama, to put Tubman on the note in 2020. Now Tubman will not appear on the bill until at least 2028. Jacob Lew, Mr Mnuchin’s predecessor, said Tubman was “not just a historical figure, but a role model for leadership and participation in our democracy.” But Mr Mnuchin said he had shifted the treasury’s priorities. “It is my responsibility now to focus on what is the issue of counterfeiting and the security features,” he said. “The ultimate decision on the redesign will most likely be another secretary down the road.” Anti-slavery crusader Harriet Tubman is seen in a picture from the Library of Congress taken photographer H.B. Lindsley between 1860 and 1870 However, Mr Trump’s admiration of Jackson is no secret: indeed, a painting of the controversial populist president currently hangs in the Oval Office. Tubman was born into slavery in around 1822, escaped, and then returned to the South, where she led other slaves to freedom. She was a Union scout during the Civil War and later advocated women’s voting rights. Jackson, president from 1829-37, is credited with expanding the United States but oversaw the removal of Native Americans from their lands to the east of the Mississippi River, sending them marching west on the so-called Trail of Tears. In 2016, on the campaign trail, Mr Trump called the decision to replace Jackson with Tubman “pure political correctness” and suggested that Tubman, whom he praised, could be added to a far less common denomination, like the $2 bill. Donald Trump has a portrait of Andrew Jackson currently hanging in the Oval Office “Andrew Jackson had a great history, and I think it’s very rough when you take somebody off the bill,” Mr Trump said at the time. “Andrew Jackson had a history of tremendous success for the country.” Women have appeared on United States currency a handful of times, often on seldom-used $1 coins. In the 19th century, Pocahontas and Martha Washington were the first women to make it onto American currency — and the last to make it onto paper. Mr Mnuchin did not say whether Mr Trump played a role in the determination. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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