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SpaceX announces Name Of First Tourist It’s Sending Around The Moon on monday

HuffPost   On Monday, the Elon Musk-owned space transportation company will announce the identity of a person it says will pay for a trip around the moon on a yet-to-be-developed rocket, according to The Los Angeles Times. The company teased the announcement Thursday on Twitter, saying the passenger’s name and reason for flying

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Ivanka Trump heads to South Korea for Olympics closing ceremony

    CNN Ivanka Trump is headed to South Korea on Thursday, where she will lead the presidential delegation to the closing ceremony of the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games. "I am honored to lead the US delegation to the closing ceremonies of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics. We look forward to congratulating Team

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Melania Trump’s Parents may have Become Permanent Residents Through Same Program Trump Wants to End

Newsweek   First lady Melania Trump’s parents have reportedly become legal permanent residents of the United States, but their lawyer won’t comment on whether it was through “chain migration,” which President Donald Trump has vowed to end. “I can confirm that Mrs. Trump’s parents are both lawfully admitted to the United States as

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Atlanta-bound Delta Air plane catches fire mid air, makes emergency landing in Lagos

    Delta Air plane in the early hours of Wednesday, made emergency landing at the Muritala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos shortly after taking off when the pilot of the plane noticed that the left engine of the aircraft caught fire mid-air in-flight. The pilot of the Delta Air flight DL055 (ATL) ETG

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World’s Tallest Man meets World’s Shortest Woman in Egypt

Newsweek   Sultan Kösen, 8 feet 3 inches, is considered the tallest man in the world. He met Jyoti Amge—the shortest woman in the world—on Friday at the Giza pyramids in Egypt, Reuters reported Sunday. The Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board invited the record-breakers as part of an initiative to increase once-lively tourism in

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