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Source: Global News

B.C. aviation expert says Boeing MAX 8 grounding will lead to price spikes for summer travel season

Monday 23:38 GMT

As airlines and airports scramble to recover from the worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX 8 jet in the wake of two deadly crashes, one B.C. aviation expert says passengers could see their summer vacation plans get a lot more expensive.

Calgary family out thousands of dollars after vacation is delayed due to Boeing 737 MAX 8 grounding. That created massive problems for several airlines, including Air Canada, whose 24 MAX 8s account for 12 per cent of its 191-plane fleet, not counting aircraft servicing its subsidiaries like Rouge and Jazz.

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Source: Fox News

Donna Brazile: What we really need to learn from the Mueller report

Monday 23:38 GMT

If the Mueller report results in a commitment to making our electoral systems safe and secure, then we’ve learned everything we need to learn by reading it.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report has now cleared President Trump and his campaign of any involvement in a conspiracy with Russia to win the presidential election, at least according to a summary of Mueller's findings by Attorney General William Barr.

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Source: Global News

Jordan Peele’s second film, ‘Us,’ breaks records with $70.3M opening

Monday 23:38 GMT

‘Us’ movie review: Haunting, creative horror another must-see from Jordan Peele. The opening, well above forecasts, had few parallels.

It was the largest debut for an original horror film (only the It remake and last year’s Halloween have surpassed it in the genre) and one of the highest openings for a live-action original film since Avatar was released 10 years ago. ‘Us’ movie review: Haunting, creative horror another must-see from Jordan Peele. The opening, well above forecasts, had few parallels.

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Source: Reuters

Ethiopian Airlines questions Boeing's 'aggressive' software

Monday 23:38 GMT

An Ethiopian Airlines executive questioned whether Boeing had told pilots enough about “aggressive” software that pushes a plane’s nose down, a focus of investigation into a deadly crash in Ethiopia this month.

The Ethiopian Airlines crash and an October crash by Indonesia’s Lion Air killed 346 people in total and sparked the biggest crisis in decades for Boeing. The company has lost about $28 billion from its market share and the MAX — its best selling plane ever — is now grounded with questions over orders worth more than $500 billion.

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Source: BBC

What if we knew when people were lying?

Monday 23:38 GMT

A handpicked selection of stories from BBC Future, Culture, Capital, and Travel, delivered to your inbox every Friday.

Chidi immediately regrets lying and begins obsessing over his moral failings, even as his exasperated girlfriend reassures him, “Sometimes we just lie to be polite.” Eventually, Chidi can no longer bear the guilt and confesses his true feelings to his colleague: “The boots are terrible, and hideous, and I hate them!”

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Source: BBC

10 years of Grindr: A rocky relationship

Monday 23:38 GMT

If you've been affected by issues explored in this article, BBC Action Line has links to helpful resources including information about drugs and sexual orientation.

There was no Tinder or Scruff or Bumble, or any of the countless other location-based dating apps that Grindr paved the way for. Apple's app store was less than a year old and there was no Instagram or Snapchat.

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Source: BBC

In defense of corporate buzzwords

Monday 23:38 GMT

A handpicked selection of stories from BBC Future, Culture, Capital and Travel, delivered to your inbox every Friday.

We don’t hate the actual words of corporate jargon, according to Gretchen McCulloch, internet linguist and author of the forthcoming Because Internet. She says the words associated with business speak are just euphemisms for all the frustrations we harbour about work: colleagues who we would not actually befriend in the real world, office politics and even the daily onslaught of communication.

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Source: Fox News

George Conway hits back at Sarah Sanders after Mueller report findings released

Monday 23:38 GMT

Responding to press secretary Sarah Sanders' tweet that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office didn't find that the Trump campaign "conspired or coordinated" with Russians to influence the 2016 election, Conway tweeted back at Sanders, referencing a quote attributed to Mueller. "You misspelled 'While this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him,'" he tweeted.

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Source: The Guradian

Germany come through against Netherlands with late Nico Schulz goal

Monday 23:38 GMT

Nico Schulz scored a late winner as a new-look Germany side snatched a 3-2 win away to the Netherlands in their opening Euro 2020 Group C qualifier on Sunday.

The visitors had the final say as Marco Reus’s pass found an unmarked Schulz in the box and he was able to settle the contest with a low finish that gave Cillessen no chance.

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Source: The Guradian

Intimacy, awe and a salute to Gazza: Spurs throw open doors to new home

Monday 22:44 GMT

It is not just that the ground stands on the site of the club’s home since 1899 and the seats are in the same dark shade of blue; the lettering on the electronic boards around the perimeter are still the same and there are other little similarities.

Spurs have worked to set a new standard for the matchgoing fan – and not just the corporates – to offer a richer, all-round experience. The stadium has an open-plan feel, in which every spectator can explore all areas – apart from the away enclosure – by walking around the concourses between sections.

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Source: Fox News

Ex-Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos says FBI asked him to wear a wire: transcript

Today 20:00 GMT

Former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos told the House Judiciary Committee that the FBI wanted him to wear a wire to record conversations with an overseas professor who had told him the Russians had dirt on Hillary Clinton, but that he rejected their request.

According to Attorney General Bill Barr’s summary of Mueller’s findings, the special counsel found no evidence of collusion between members of the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 presidential campaign, despite numerous offers.

Source: DW

Victory for Hannover fans as Martin Kind steps down

Today 16:21 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Designing For The Big Jet Set

Today 02:23 GMT
Source: Reuters

Boeing invites pilots, regulators to briefing as it looks to return...

Monday 23:39 GMT
Source: Global News

Trudeau says Canada will send high-level delegation to China over canola dispute

Today 20:00 GMT
Source: Reuters

Trump push for China trade reform draws wide support at home, abroad

Today 02:23 GMT
Source: BBC

Warning over airline safety spending

Today 20:00 GMT
Source: Fox News

Kim Jong Un fancies caviar, foie gras, lobster, had staff taste food for safety at Vietnam summit, chef says

Today 20:00 GMT
Source: Fox News

Boeing 737 Max: In simulation, pilots had 40 seconds to fix error that could doom plane, report says

Today 20:00 GMT
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Ethiopia and Indonesia crash parallels heap pressure on Boeing

Tuesday 22:44 GMT
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May in Brussels to urge short Brexit delay

Friday 02:25 GMT
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Source: CTV

Voting marathon over SNC-Lavalin scandal ends, 30 hours later

Saturday 05:09 GMT
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Cyclone Idai leaves behind ‘inland ocean’ in devastated African countries

Thursday 23:39 GMT
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‘We were quite frightened’ passengers describe dramatic rescue from Norway cruise ship

Monday 16:20 GMT
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David Bossie: An ‘America First’ immigration policy looks like this

Monday 16:20 GMT
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Source: DW

New Zealand reopens mosques targeted in terror attack

Sunday 08:03 GMT

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