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The grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft could pinch the economy, some analysts say. But the government reported that aircraft orders were strong enough last month to lift a key indicator.
The 76-year-old former vice president focused on President Trump’s response to Charlottesville in his announcement. He enters the presidential race with renewed scrutiny of his decades in public life.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said her country and France will lead a meeting with world leaders next month. Social media is now a “centerpiece” for terrorist outreach, an expert says.
As students around the globe participate in Earth Day, a new NPR/Ipsos poll finds 55% of teachers don’t teach or talk about climate change and 46% of parents haven’t discussed it with their kids.
Moulton is the fourth House Democrat to join the 2020 campaign. A critic of party leadership, the Marine Corps veteran also adds to the share of 40-and-under candidates in the race.
Nearly 300 people were killed in blasts at three churches and three hotels. No one claimed responsibility, but the nation’s defense minister says the attacks were the work of religious extremists.
Chief organist Olivier Latry looks ahead at the church’s extensive renovation process after the Notre Dame cathedral fire on April 15.
The building burned for hours on Monday, with smoke billowing into the sky. The cause of the cathedral’s blaze was not immediately known, but the initial investigation points to an accident.
Video showed the beloved building on fire, with smoke billowing into the sky. The cause of the blaze was not immediately known, but the structure has been been undergoing renovation.
Authorities in Ethiopia are preparing to release preliminary findings on the cause of the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 jet that killed all 157 people on board.