The two presidents on Thursday sought to emphasize where they agree, while playing down their differences.
Broadcaster Sir David Attenborough says species have suffered “significant declines” recently.
- Roddick’s wife says former world No1 trashed nearly all his trophies
- Texas native retired with 32 titles in 2012 after a 12-year pro career
- Roddick, 36, kept trophy from his breakthrough 2003 US Open win
Andy Roddick may have been the most decorated American tennis player of his generation, but good luck finding the silverware to show for it.
Roddick’s wife, Brooklyn Decker, said the former world No1 decided to throw away nearly all of his trophies during a recent cleaning spree at the couple’s home in Austin, Texas.
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The amendments were sent to the floor by the House Rules Committee this week. The defense bill, which authorizes up to $696 billion in 2018 military spending, is expected to come to a final vote Friday.
The attorney general later said he had met with the Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
Absence of climate and energy policy has left Australia lagging dangerously behind, missing out on investment and facing major electricity disruptions.
- Gerry Hueston is chairperson of the Climate Council and former BP president
Australia has enough renewable energy to power the country 500 times over. With South Australia a step closer to unveiling the largest lithium ion battery storage facility in the world, it is clear just how fast we can make the transition to large-scale renewables when the right policy settings are in place and investors have certainty.
More than a decade ago, as the head of BP Australasia I pushed for action on climate change.
The Australian prime minister says he met the US president with other world leaders in a ‘large, steel broom cupboard’ and had ‘a very good discussion’
Malcolm Turnbull has said he finds Donald Trump “very easy to deal with” as he related how world leaders had met the US president in a “large, steel broom cupboard” at the G20 summit in Hamburg.
“We had a very good discussion in his Scif [secure communications information facility],” the prime minister told Channel Seven’s Sunrise program on Friday.
The UK should focus on making fuel from chip fat, whiskey dregs and forest waste and not from crops like wheat
A gannet bonanza is confirmed on the towering cliffs of Yorkshire by research from the RSPB.