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For the purposes of Lockheed's marketing campaign, the F-21 is a new fighter, although it shares many of its major features with the F-16V the company has sold to Bahrain, Greece, Slovakia, South Korea and Taiwan. Lockheed can build new F-16Vs or upgrade older F-16s to the V-standard.
Lockheed Martin in mid-February 2019 offered to sell India a new fighter the company calls the "F-21."
(This first appeared several months ago.)
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Citizens like America's military benefits but don't favor meeting important obligations
In new memo to Congress, Michael Cohen’s lawyers say Trump encouraged Cohen to lie about the Trump Tower meeting by using 'code' language
Lawyers representing Michael Cohen say President Donald Trump instructed Cohen to lie to Congress about the Trump Organization's ties to Russia during the 2016 election using "coded" language.
The memo alleges that Trump used "coded" language to order Cohen to publicly state there was "no collusion, no Russian contacts, nothing about Russia" after January of 2016.
Cohen told Congress the same when he testified before the House Oversight Committee in February.
Cohen, who served as Trump's...
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Co-host of “The Circus” John Heilemann, NBC’s Carol Lee, former Rep. Donna Edwards, and Rev. Al Sharpton on the annual National Action Network Conference where twelve 2020 candidates gave their best pitch for the Democratic nomination
The Mueller probe was a national trauma.
After hearing for decades that Hamden schools are trying to diversify, Hamden High School parents and students sent the Board of Education a clear message: Faculty and curricula are still too white, and that has to change soon.