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Trump speaks at commissioning of new aircraft carrier

President Trump officially commissioned the U.S. Navy’s newest and largest aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald R. Ford, in Norfolk, Virginia, on Saturday, applauding the military’s strength. “When it comes to battle, we don’t want a fair fight. We demand victory and we will have total victory, believe me,” Mr. Trump said of the powerful aircraft carrier.  “American steel and American hands have constructed a 100,000-ton message to the world,” he added. “America’s might is second to none.” President Trump (C) is welcomed aboard the USS Gerald R. Ford in Norfolk,…

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Senate Parliamentarian Challenges Key Provisions of Health Bill

And Democrats made clear they would seize on the findings. “The parliamentarian’s decision today proves once again that the process Republicans have undertaken to repeal the Affordable Care Act and throw 22 million Americans off of health insurance is a disaster,” said Senator Bernie Sanders, independent of Vermont. Mr. Sanders, the ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee, disclosed the preliminary decisions by the parliamentarian. The waiting period provision is fundamental to the working of the bill. Because the legislation would end the Affordable Care Act’s mandate that most Americans…

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Chester Bennington’s Wife Talinda Out with Family, Mourning After His Suicide

Chester Bennington Wife Consoled By Friends and Family EXCLUSIVE Chester Bennington‘s wife was seen out in public for the first time since her husband’s suicide, and got a comforting hug. Talinda Ann Bentley visited a local market in Palos Verdes, CA Friday with her daughter and another young girl. She was holding hands with one of her daughters … it’s unclear who the girl is hugging Talinda. Bennington died at their home in Palos Verdes Estates Thursday from hanging himself. His family was out of town at the time. Chester…

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Bag With Moon Dust in It Fetches $1.8 Million From a Mystery Buyer

The bag has taken a circuitous route to its new owner. It was in NASA’s custody after it returned from its lunar mission, but was lent out to the Cosmosphere, a space museum in Kansas. Max Ary, who ran the museum, resigned in 2002. After that, it was discovered that the moon bag and some other artifacts had gone missing. The bag was found in Mr. Ary’s garage in 2003, and two years later, he was convicted of fraud, theft and money laundering. The bag should have been returned to…

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