Aaron Rodgers' Family ‘Dismayed’ by His Comments on Religion
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There have been cases of the illness in the US, Japan and South Korea.
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Women begin to go grey aged 35, with men greying - on average - five years earlier.
At least 11 U.S. service members were airlifted out of Iraq following Iran's missile strikes on the Ain al-Asad air base.
WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Boeing Chief Executive Dave Calhoun told reporters on Wednesday the U.S. planemaker expects to resume 737 MAX production months before its forecasted mid-year return to service and said it did not plan to suspend or cut its dividend. The company announced a production halt in December, when the global grounding of the fast-selling 737 MAX following two deadly crashes in five months looked set to last into mid-2020 -- a timeline pushed back after Boeing endorsed new simulator training for pilots. "I am all in on it and the company is all in on it," Calhoun said, adding Boeing will not launch a marketing campaign to get customers to get back on 737 MAX planes.