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These are external links and will open in a new window Once upon a time on a plane to Dallas, Rosey Blair and her boyfriend asked a young woman if she would swap seats so that they could sit together. When the woman obliged, the two joked that her new seat partner might end up being the love of her life. As Rosey and her boyfriend made themselves comfortable in the seats directly behind, they witnessed a young man make his way to the vacant seat. Who was this man, and had Rosey’s request to swap seats really triggered a twist of fate that would bring two hearts together? Yes, Rosey had decided, plus it was probably a good way to pass time on the flight. “We are all so hooked” wrote one Instagram user. Another tweeted : “I’m so invested in their story right now.” While another posted : “Best story reported play by play on twitter ever.” One Twitter user even shared his own aeroplane romance : “In Nov of 2016 I met a girl on a plane. This past Sunday night I asked her to marry me… she said yes.” Rosey posted that the pair had followed each other on Instagram, were both single and from the same area.
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[ The New York Times ] • The Philippines deported an American missionary found to have engaged in “political activities.” Church officials said he had been investigating possible human rights violations. [ The New York Times ] • Malaysia’s attorney general forecast the possibility of more corruption charges against the former prime minister Najib Razak — and more cases related to the 1MDB state investment fund. [ Today ] • Photographs of an American woman with the giraffe she killed in South Africa last year have fueled an online debate about big-game trophy hunting. [ The New York Times ] • From the World Cup: Nigeria’s captain, John Obi Mikel, played in a key match hours after learning that his father had been kidnapped. “I knew that I could not let 180 million Nigerians down,” he said. [ The New York Times ] • And ninth-seeded Venus Williams, 38, stormed back from a set down to beat Alexandra Dulgheru of Romania, 4-6, 6-0, 6-1, to reach the third round at Wimbledon. [ A.P. ] CreditWallace Kirkland/The LIFE Picture Collection, via Getty Images Spam — the canned meat, not the unwanted email — might deserve more respect. On this day in 1937, the U.S. company Hormel introduced the mix of pork shoulder and ham whose name is derived from “spiced ham.” (No, it doesn’t stand for “Something Posing As Meat.”) Since then, Spam has been a muse for poets , comedians and chefs , and helped win World War II .
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Mr. Trump has suggested that the United States withdraw from the trade pact or renegotiate it . In criticizing prospective auto tariffs, G.M. played heavily on its position as one of the country’s largest employers. The company said it had 47 manufacturing locations, 25 service-part facilities and 110,000 employees in the United States, where it conducts most of its research and development, design, engineering and other work. G.M. suggested that additional tariffs would put American companies at a disadvantage in the midst of a “fast-paced transportation revolution led by cutting-edge technologies.” Its investments in jobs and operations at home, the carmaker said, are critical to this effort. “The economic fortitude of companies like ours directly supports the economic strength of the nation, which, in turn, contributes to the security posture of the United States,” the company said. The Commerce Department will hold public hearings in a few weeks on the auto tariffs, before it releases the results of its investigation. The government said it had received 2,500 comments already and expected more by the deadline on Friday. “The purpose of the comment period,” the commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, said in a statement, was “to make sure that all stakeholders’ views are heard, both pro and con.” “That will enable us to make our best informed recommendation to the president,” he added.
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