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2019 in American television

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The following is a list of events affecting American television in 2019. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, and cancellations; channel launches, closures, and re-brandings; stations changing or adding their network affiliations; and information about controversies and carriage disputes. Notable events January Date Event Source 2 Tribune Media removes their broadcast stations, subchannels, and cable network WGN America from Spectrum systems in a number of markets due to the lack of a new retransmission consent agreement with the nation's second largest cable provider. A short one-day extension had been made to 5 p.m. ET is allow Spectrum viewers to watch New Year's Day event content on Tribune stations, averting a midnight deadline on December 31, but the stations are pulled at that point among an impasse between Tribune and Spectrum parent Charter Communications. The dispute is settled on January 11 in the early morning hours, on undisclosed terms. [1][2] Four months after

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2019 in radio

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The following is a list of events affecting radio broadcasting in 2019. Events listed include radio program debuts, finales, cancellations, and station launches, closures and format changes, as well as information about controversies. Notable events January Date Event 1 Just two months after it was taken off the air by Hurricane Michael, former Southern Rock/Blues hybrid WARB Dothan, Alabama returns to the air with R&B/Hip-Hop, billed as "Vibe 105.9." They'll be the second Mainstream Urban in the Wiregrass Region, as they take on WJJN.[1] Classic Country format WRKA Louisville began stunting with party songs based around a New Year's Day theme, leading up to a flip to Soft-based Rhythmic AC as "103.9 The Groove" on January 14.[2] The Air1 radio network drops Christian CHR in favor of contemporary-based Worship music.[3] The Adult Alternative Album simulcasts of WXTG/WXTG-FM Norfolk/Hampton/Virginia Beach is replaced with All News. Its sister station WTYD Williamsburg continues with the Trip

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2019 in philosophy

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2019 in philosophy Events Jonathan Lear and Judith Jarvis Thomson are elected to the American Philosophical Society at its spring 2019 meeting.[1] Jordan Peterson and Slavoj Zizek debate: Happiness: communism vs capitalism.[2] Publications A Spirit of Trust: A Reading of Hegel’s Phenomenology, Robert Brandom (Harvard University Press, 2019). Saving People from the Harm of Death, edited by Espen Gamlund, Carl Tollef Solberg, and foreword by Jeff McMahan (Oxford University Press, 2019). Dimensions of Normativity: New Essays on Metaethics and Jurisprudence, edited by David Plunkett, Scott J. Shapiro, and Kevin Toh (Oxford University Press, 2019). The Fifth Corner of Four: An Essay on Buddhist Metaphysics and the Catuskoti, Graham Priest (Oxford University Press, 2019). The World Philosophy Made: From Plato to the Digital Age, Scott Soames (Princeton University Press, 2019). Measuring Social Welfare: An Introduction, Matthew Adler (Oxford University Press, 2019). The Cosmopolitan Traditio

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2019 in science

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A number of significant scientific events occurred in 2019. Events January 1 January: The New Horizons space probe flies by 486958 Arrokoth, a remote Kuiper belt object (3D version).[1][2][3][4] 1 January – The New Horizons space probe flies by Kuiper belt object 486958 Arrokoth (nicknamed Ultima Thule), the outermost close encounter of any solar system object.[2][3][4] 2 January – A study finds that tons of methane, a greenhouse gas, are released into the atmosphere by melting ice sheets in Greenland.[5] 3 January China's National Space Administration (CNSA) achieves the first soft landing on the far side of the Moon with its Chang'e 4 mission.[6] Scientists report the engineering of crops with a photorespiratory "shortcut" to boost plant growth by 40% in real-world agronomic conditions.[7][8] 4 January Researchers at Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) report a way to control properties of excitons and change the polarisation of light they generate, which could lead to transi

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Timeline of the Trump presidency, 2019 Q1

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Timeline of the Trump presidency, 2019 Q1

The following is a timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump during the first quarter of 2019. To navigate among quarters, see Timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump. Overview On January 2, 2019, the final session of the Republican-controlled House of Representatives takes place. The following day, the Democrats take control and seemingly myriads of investigations into every aspect of the president and his administration are due to begin. The president has vowed retaliation and a "wartime footing."[1] The Government shut-down that has been going on since December 18, 2018 has continued into the new year. Economy Public opinion As of January 1st, the Real Clear Politics average shows the president at Nine points "under water". Timeline January 2019 Date Events Photos Week 101 Tuesday, January 1 Having missed the gala Mar-a-Lago new years' eve party, the president begins the new year in the White House alone and forlorn.[2] Wednesday, January 2 Thursday, January 3 Congre

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2019 in art

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The year 2019 in art involves various significant events. Events February – Burger King launches an advertising campaign called "Eat Like Andy" in the United States. The television spot which premieres during Super Bowl LIII features archival documentary film footage from 66 Scenes from America by Jørgen Leth of the pop artist Andy Warhol (1928-1987) unwrapping and eating a Burger King Whopper, footage approved for use by the fast food giant courtesy of the Andy Warhol Foundation. Prior to the game the mass market hamburger chain makes available to viewers who ordered it in advance via DoorDash an "Andy Warhol Mystery Box" which contains among other items a plastic bottle of ketchup and a platinum wig so one can "Eat Like Andy".[1][2] March Italian scholars announce their opinion that a sculpture, The Virgin with the Laughing Child, loaned for an exhibition in Florence from London's Victoria and Albert Museum, is a work by Leonardo da Vinci of about 1472, making it the artist's only known surviving scul

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List of acts of the 116th United States Congress

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List of acts of the 116th United States Congress

The 116th United States Congress, which began on January 3, 2019 and will end on January 3, 2021, has enacted 91 public laws and zero private laws.[1][2] Public laws The 116th Congress enacted the following laws:[2] Public law number(Linked to Wikisource) Date of enactment Official short title(s) Official title Link to Legislink.org 116-1 January 16, 2019 Government Employee Fair Treatment Act of 2019 A bill to provide for the compensation of Federal and other government employees affected by lapses in appropriations. Pub.L. 116–1 116-2 January 18, 2019 Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program Extension Act To extend by 15 months the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards Program of the Department of Homeland Security, and for other purposes. Pub.L. 116–2 116-3 January 24, 2019 Medicaid Extenders Act of 2019 To extend the Medicaid Money Follows the Person Rebalancing demonstration, to extend protection for Medicaid recipients of home and community-based serv

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Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency (2019 Q1)

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The following is a timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump during the first quarter of 2019. To navigate quarters, see Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency. Overview The first quarter of 2019 began with the continuing government shutdown which had begun on December 22; it lasted until January 25.[1] Public opinion Timeline January 2019 Date Events Photos/Videos Week 101 Tuesday, January 1 James Mattis resigns as 26th United States Secretary of Defense. Deputy Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan becomes Acting Secretary of Defense.[2] Mattis' resignation had been announced December 2018, for the end of February 2019, before being pushed forward by President Trump. Deputy Ambassador to the United Nations Jonathan Cohen assumes acting duties, following the resignation of Ambassador Nikki Haley the previous day.[3] Day 11 of the partial government shutdown Secretary of Defense Mattis served from 2017 to 2019. Wednesday, January 2 John F. Kelly resigns as 28th White House Chi

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2019 in aviation

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Orders and deliveries Airbus took 768 net orders in 2019 and delivered 863 aircraft up from 800 in 2018: 642 A320s (including 551 A320neos), 112 A350s, 53 A330s (included 41 A330neos), 48 A220s and eight A380s.[1] Events January Southwest Airlines founder Herb Kelleher died at 87 on January 3 3 January Southwest Airlines founder Herb Kelleher dies at 87.[2] 10 January Air France ends its Joon brand, began in December 2017, and will reintegrate its aircraft and crew.[3] Boeing delivers the first 767-based KC-46A Pegasus Tanker to the U.S. Air Force.[4] 11 January UK regional operator Flybe acquisition is proposed for £2.2 million cash by Connect Airways, a joint company of Virgin Atlantic (30%), Stobart Aviation (30%) and fund manager Cyrus Capital (40%).[5] 13 January Iran Aseman Airlines flies the last passenger Boeing 727 flight in the world. All remaining examples are now freighters.[6] 14 January A Saha Airlines Boeing 707 crashes at Fath Air Base in Iran, killing all but one of the 16 peo

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2019 in literature

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This article presents lists of the literary events and publications in 2019. Events February 2 – The family of the U.S. fiction writer J. D. Salinger confirm in an interview published in the U.K. newspaper The Guardian that he left a large unpublished body of work on his death in 2010, which they are preparing for publication.[1] April 11–13 – Trinity College Dublin holds a three-day symposium on Finnegans Wake, marking the 80th anniversary its publication.[2] May 10 – Simon Armitage is appointed Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom in succession to Carol Ann Duffy.[3] July 15 – Iris Murdoch's birthday centenary is marked in Ireland with a postage stamp based on a portrait of her. Dublin City Council unveils a plaque at Blessington Street Park, located temporarily due to renovations at her nearby birthplace, 59 Blessington Street.[4] In the U.K., The Times Literary Supplement has her on its cover.[5] New books Dates after each title indicate U.S. publication, unless otherwise indicated. Ficti

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2019 in archaeology

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This page lists major events of 2019 in archaeology. Excavations Viking hall at Skaill, Westness on Rousay in Orkney.[1] Finds January 3 - A temple built between 1000 and 1260 CE and dedicated to Xipe Totec (Flayed Lord) is discovered in Ndachjian-Tehuacan, Puebla.[2] 24 - A collection of 20 tombs is discovered in Kom Al-Khelgan in the Nile Delta, dating back to the Middle Kingdom and the beginning of the New Kingdom, from about 1640 to 1540 B.C.[3] 25 - Announcement of discovery of the coffin of Captain Matthew Flinders (d. 1814) in London excavations in advance of High Speed 2.[4] 26 - A collection of nine tombs is discovered in Qubbet el-Hawa near Aswan, dating back to the Old Kingdom.[5] 31 - Announcement of discovery of evidence of Iron Age beer making from c.400 B.C. in Cambridgeshire, England.[6] February - A "two gamboling goats" plaque is discovered at Arslantepe, the capital of the Neo-Hittite kingdom of Melid.[7] 2 - A collection of fifty mummies is discovered in Tuna el-Gebel

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2019 in film

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2019 in film is an overview of events, including the highest-grossing films, award ceremonies, critics' lists of the best films of 2019, festivals, a list of country-specific lists of films released, and notable deaths. Highest-grossing films The top films released in 2019 by worldwide gross are as follows:[1] Highest-grossing films of 2019 Rank Title Distributor Worldwide gross 1 Avengers: Endgame Disney $2,797,800,564 2 The Lion King $1,656,943,394 3 Frozen II $1,443,088,168 4 Spider-Man: Far From Home Sony $1,131,927,996 5 Captain Marvel Disney $1,128,274,794 6 Toy Story 4 $1,073,394,593 7 Joker Warner Bros. $1,073,244,744 8 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Disney $1,069,318,530 9 Aladdin $1,050,693,953 10 Jumanji: The Next Level Sony $780,781,960 Avengers: Endgame became the fifth film to gross $2 billion worldwide and is the highest-grossing film of all time. The Lion King, Frozen II, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Captain Marvel

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2019 in rail transport

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This article lists events related to rail transport that occurred in 2019. Events January January 2 – Great Belt Bridge train accident: A DSB passenger train hits a semi-trailer from a freight train in a storm on the Great Belt Fixed Link, killing 8.[1] January 8 – Mountain View train collision: Two passenger trains collide at Mountain View station in Pretoria, killing at least 4 and injuring at least 620.[2] January 10 – TEXRail commences regular revenue service.[3] The January 4 opening was suspended due to signal issues identified during an inspection less than 12 hours before service was scheduled to begin.[4] January 26 – Los Angeles Metro Rail Blue Line Improvements Project begins,[5] which upgraded signalling and infrastructure on large sections of the line with closures of up to eight months. The line resumed normal operation on November 2, but rechristened as the A Line.[6] February February 11 – After a 15 year hiatus, the BART SFO–Millbrae line restarts weekday operations, reesta

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2019 in spaceflight

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This article documents notable spaceflight events during the year 2019. Overview Lunar exploration The Chinese probe Chang'e 4 made the first soft landing on the far side of the Moon on 3 January. India launched the delayed Chandrayaan-2 lunar orbiter/lander/rover in July; the orbiter reached lunar orbit by September, but the Vikram lander crashed into the lunar surface.[1] One participant in the expired Google Lunar X Prize[2] launched the first private mission to the Moon in 2019. The Beresheet lander from Israel's SpaceIL made the landing attempt, but crashed onto the Moon in April.[3] Exploration of the Solar System The probe New Horizons encountered the Kuiper belt object 486958 Arrokoth on 1 January. This is the farthest object from the Sun ever to have a close encounter with a spacecraft.[4] The Japanese asteroid exploration mission Hayabusa2 made a second touchdown with 162173 Ryugu to collect samples,[5] and departed for Earth on 12 November.[6] NASA declared the Mars rover Opportunity's missio

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2019 in animation

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This is a list of events in animation in 2019. Events January January 13: The Family Guy episode Trump Guy first airs, in which the Griffin family meet U.S. President Donald Trump. The episode is controversial because it satirizes Trump and his administration.[1][2][3] February February 24: 91st Academy Awards: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse by Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller wins the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.[4] Bao by Domee Shi and Becky Neiman-Cobb wins the Academy Award for Best Animated Short.[5] Urbanus, De Vuilnisheld, an animated film based on the Flemish comic strip Urbanus, premiers.[6] March March 3: In The Simpsons episode 101 Mitigations Guillermo del Toro is special guest voice.[7] March 8: Following the release of the controversial 2019 documentary film Leaving Neverland, which details allegations against the late pop singer Michael Jackson of child sexual assault, The Simpsons producer James L. Bro

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2019 in music

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This topic covers notable events and articles related to 2019 in music. Specific locations African music American music Asian music Australian music Brazilian music British music Canadian music Chinese music Czech music Danish music European music Finnish music French music German music Icelandic music Indian music Irish music Japanese music Latin music Malaysian music Monogolian music Norwegian music Philippine music Polynesian music Scandinavian music South Korean music Swedish music Taiwanese music Vietnamese music Specific genres Classical Country Electronic Jazz Latin Heavy metal Hip hop Rock Albums released Awards 61st Annual Grammy Awards (USA) Record of the Year: "This is America" by Childish Gambino, Song of the Year: "This is America" by Childish Gambino, Album of the Year: Golden Hour by Kacey Musgraves, Best New Artist: Dua Lipa Billboard Music Awards (USA) Top Artist: Drake, Top New Artist: Juice Wrld, Top Hot 100 Song: "Girls Like You" by

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2019 in stand-up comedy

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This is a timeline documenting events and facts about English-speaking stand-up comedy in the year 2019. January January 4: Various comedians, Comedians of the World is released on Netflix. January 15: Sebastian Maniscalco's special Stay Hungry on Netflix.[1] January 26: Amanda Seales' special I Be Knowin'! on HBO. [2] January 29: Gabriel Iglesias' special One Show Fits All on Netflix. [3] February February 5: Ray Romano's special Right Here, Around the Corner on Netflix. [4] February 14: Ken Jeong's special You Complete Me, Ho on Netflix. March March 12: Bryan Callen's special Complicated Apes on digital platforms. March 12: Jimmy Carr's special The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits on Netflix. [5] March 19: Amy Schumer's special Growing on Netflix. [6] March 26: Nate Bargatze's special The Tennessee Kid on Netflix. April April 1: Kevin Harts's special Irresponsible on Netflix. [7] April 14: Chad Daniels' album Dad Chaniels on Google Play. [8] April 22: Sara Pascoe's LadsLad

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2019 in computers and robotics

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Events pertaining to computers, robotics, artificial intelligence, computer hardware, software, and programs. Events February 22 February Researchers at Purdue University announce they have invented wearable nanobots that harvest energy from the wearer. [1] March 13 March Researchers announce that they have created a nanaobot known as "magnetic tweezers" that can manipulate structures and items within a cell. [2] [3] See also 2019 References Wearable high-dielectric-constant polymers with core–shell liquid metal inclusions for biomechanical energy harvesting and a self-powered user interface, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 22 Feb 2019. Researchers create nano-bot to probe inside human cells, March 13, 2019. Intracellular manipulation and measurement with multipole magnetic tweezers, by X. Wang C. Ho, Y. Tsatskis, J., Science Robotics 13 Mar 2019.

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Wikimedia Commons has media related to 2019. Events pertaining to world affairs in 2019, national politics, public policy, government, world economics, and international business, that took place in various nations, regions, organizations, around the world in 2019. Events January January 11 – Sultan Muhammad V of Kelantan officially abdicates his position as Yang di-Pertuan Agong (Malaysia's head of state) two years early, the first ever to do so.[1] January 21 – Ireland celebrates the hundredth anniversary of the First Dáil with a joint sitting of the Dáil and Seanad at the Mansion House, Dublin.[2] January 24 – Sultan Abdullah of Pahang is proclaimed Malaysia's new head of state (Yang di-Pertuan Agong), having succeeded his own father, Ahmad Shah, as Sultan of Pahang in the interim.[3] January 29 – Sierra Leone prohibits female genital mutilation.[4] February February 3 – Nayib Bukele of the center-right Grand Alliance for National Unity (GANA) is elected president of El Salvador.[5] Februa

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List of presidential trips made by Donald Trump (2019)

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This is a list of presidential trips made by Donald Trump during 2019, the third year of his presidency as the 45th president of the United States. This list excludes trips made within Washington, D.C., the U.S. federal capital in which the White House, the official residence and principal workplace of the president, is located. Also excluded are trips to Camp David, the country residence of the president. International trips are included. The number of visits per state or territory where he traveled are: One visit to Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, South Carolina, and West Virginia Two visits to Alabama, California, Delaware, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, and Wisconsin Three visits to Alaska and Georgia Five visits to Louisiana, Maryland, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania Six visits to New Jersey Seven visits to Texas Thirteen visits to Florida Thirty-four visits to Virginia

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Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency (2019 Q2)

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The following is a timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump during the second quarter of 2019. To navigate quarters, see Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency. Overview Public opinion Timeline April 2019 Date Events Photos/Videos Week 114 Monday, April 1 Tuesday, April 2 President Trump holds a bilateral meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the White House.[1] President Trump and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg Wednesday, April 3 Thursday, April 4 President Trump threatens to close the United States–Mexico border within one year if Mexico does not stop the "massive amounts of drugs" coming into the United States.[2] Friday, April 5 President Trump visits Calexico, California, along the southern border and meets with Border Patrol personnel.[3] President Trump withdraws his nomination of Ronald Vitiello to be the director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.[4] President Trump with a U.S. Customs and Border Prot

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List of 2019 American television debuts

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These American television programs premiered or are scheduled to premiere in 2019. Programs First aired Title Channel Source January 1 Pinky Malinky Netflix [1] Windy City Rehab HGTV [2] January 2 The Masked Singer Fox [3] Mythbusters Jr. Science Channel [4] January 3 The Titan Games NBC [5] Surviving R. Kelly Lifetime [6] January 5 Tails of Valor CBS [7] January 7 America's Got Talent: The Champions NBC [8] Cartel Crew VH1 [9] January 8 Good Trouble Freeform [10] Project Blue Book History [11] Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club MTV [12] January 9 Schooled ABC [13] January 10 Fam CBS [14] January 11 Hanging with the Hendersons Animal Planet [15] January 13 Tigtone Adult Swim [16] January 14 The Passage Fox [17] January 15 Roswell, New Mexico The CW [18] January 16 Deadly Class Syfy [19] Wayne YouTube Premium [20] January 17 Backyard Envy Bravo [21] January 18 Carmen Sand

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Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency (2019 Q3)

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The following is a timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump during the third quarter of 2019. To navigate quarters, see Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency. Overview Public opinion Timeline July 2019 Date Events Photos/Videos Week 127 Monday, July 1 White House Communications Adviser Mercedes Schlapp announces leaving the Trump Administration and joining the Trump 2020 Campaign.[1][2][3] Tuesday, July 2 President Trump nominates Judy Shelton and Christopher Waller to fill the last two vacant seats on the Federal Reserve's Board of the Governors.[4] Federal Reserve Governors meeting, April 2019 Wednesday, July 3 Thursday, July 4 President Trump hosts military personnel and their families for a picnic and fireworks show at the White House as part of Independence Day celebrations.[5] President Trump's Salute to America occurs on Independence Day in Washington, D.C., in addition to other events.[6] President Trump speaks at the Salute to America

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2019 in rock music

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This article summarizes the events related to rock music for the year of 2019. Notable events January Godsmack's single "When Legends Rise" tops the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart for five weeks, in a run that began in December 2018. It is their ninth song to top the chart.[1][2][3] The Glorious Sons single "S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun)" tops the Mainstream Rock songs chart, their first song to do so. It stays there for four weeks.[4][3] Bring Me the Horizon's sixth studio album, Amo, named one of the most anticipated albums of 2019,[5][6] is released. It is released to mixed reception; it is the number one selling album in its week of release in the UK and Australia,[7][8] but fares much worse in the US, debuting at number 14, and selling only 16,000 copies, a 75% decrease from their prior album, That's the Spirit.[9] Maynard James Keenan announces that he has finished recording vocals for Tool's fifth studio album, their first since 2006's 10,000 Days, though work still remains in finalizi

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The 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries and caucuses are a series of electoral contests organized by the Democratic Party to select the approximately 3,979[a] pledged delegates to the Democratic National Convention. Those delegates shall, by pledged votes, elect the Democratic nominee for president of the United States in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.[1] The elections are taking place from February to June 2020 in all fifty U.S. states, the District of Columbia, five U.S. territories, and Democrats Abroad. Independent of the result of primaries and caucuses, the Democratic Party will, from its group of party leaders and elected officials, also appoint 771[b] unpledged delegates (superdelegates) to participate in its national convention. In contrast to all previous election cycles since superdelegates were introduced in 1984, superdelegates will no longer have the right to cast decisive votes at the convention's first ballot for the presidential nomination. They will be allowed to cast non-dec

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This article outlines the key events leading up to the 2019 Indian general election which was scheduled to take place from 11 April to 19 May 2019, starting with the prior election in 2014. Pre poll 2014 7 April – 12 May 2014: 2014 Indian general election were held along with Legislative Assembly elections of Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Arunachal Pradesh, and Sikkim. 16 May 2014: Election results of the 2014 Indian general election were declared and National Democratic Alliance, led by Bharatiya Janata Party, won majority with 336 seats out of 543. Results of Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election were declared; TDP getting majority in Andhra Pradesh and TRS getting in Telangana. Results of Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly election were declared; INC getting majority. Results of Odisha Legislative Assembly election were declared; BJD getting majority. Results of Sikkim Legislative Assembly election were declared; SDF getting majority. 18 May 2014: Nabam Tuki (INC) took oath as 7th Chief Mi

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Timeline of the 2020 United States presidential election

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Timeline of the 2020 United States presidential election

The following is a timeline of major events leading up, during, and after the United States presidential election of 2020. President Donald Trump of the Republican Party, who was elected in 2016, is seeking reelection to a second term. The election is the 59th quadrennial United States presidential election and is scheduled to be held on November 3, 2020. The presidential primaries and caucuses are scheduled to be held between February and June 2020, staggered among the 50 states, Washington, D.C., and U.S. territories. The U.S. Congress is scheduled to certify the electoral result on January 5, 2021, and the new or incumbent president and vice president will be inaugurated on January 20, 2021. 2017 John Delaney was the first major Democratic candidate to announce his campaign on July 28, 2017 February 17: Republican incumbent president Donald Trump informally announces his candidacy for a second term and holds the first of a series of occasional reelection campaign rallies in Melbourne, Florida.[1

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2019 in sports

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2019 in sports

2019 in sports describes the year's events in world sports. The main events were the 2019 Cricket World Cup and 2019 Rugby World Cup Calendar by month Air sports Aerobatics July 5 – 13: 2nd FAI World Intermediate Aerobatic Championship in Břeclav Individual Overall: Igor Chernov Team Winner: Ukraine July 18 – 28: 10th FAI World Advanced Glider Aerobatic Championships Deva Individual Overall: Patrycja Pacak Team Winner: Romania July 18 – 28: 22nd FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships Deva Individual Overall: Ferenc Toth Team Winner: Germany July 18 – 28: 11th FAI European Advanced Aerobatic Championships Torun Individual Overall: Nicolas Durin Team Winner: France July 18 – 28: 11th FAI European Advanced Aerobatic Championships Châteauroux Individual Mixed Overall: Louis Vanel Individual Women's Overall: Aude Lemordant Individual Men`s Overall: Louis Vanel Team Winner: France Air racing 2019 Red Bull Air Race World Championship February 8 & 9: Red Bull Air Race #1

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2019 local electoral calendar

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2019 local electoral calendar

This local electoral calendar for 2019 lists the subnational elections held in 2019. Referendums, retention elections, and national by-elections (special elections) are also included. January 6 January: Hong Kong, Rural Committees (1st phase)[1] 13 January: Hong Kong, Rural Committees (2nd phase)[1] 19 January: India, Dima Hasao, Autonomous District Council[2] 20 January: Hong Kong, Rural Committees (3rd phase)[1] Italy, Cagliari, Chamber of Deputies by-election 21 January: Cook Islands, Ivirua, Parliament by-election India Dhemaji District, Mising Autonomous Council[3] Dibrugarh District, Sonowal Kachari Autonomous Council[4] Goalpara District and Kamrup District, Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council[5] Philippines, Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), Autonomy referendum (1st part) 26 January: Malaysia, Cameron Highlands, House of Representatives by-election 27 January: Japan, Yamanashi, Governor Taiwan, Taichung and Taipei, Legislative Yuan b

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2019 national electoral calendar

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2019 national electoral calendar

This national electoral calendar for the year 2019 lists the national/federal direct elections that were held in 2019 in all sovereign states and their dependent territories. By-elections are excluded, though national referendums are included. Schedule February 3 February: El Salvador, President[1] 10 February: Switzerland, Referendum 23 February: Nigeria, President, House of Representatives and Senate[2] 24 February: Cuba, Constitutional Referendum Moldova, Referendum[3] and Parliament[4] Senegal, President 25 February: British Virgin Islands, Parliament March 3 March: Estonia, Parliament 5 March: Micronesia, Parliament and Referendum 10 March: Guinea-Bissau, Parliament[5] North Korea, Parliament 16 March: Slovakia, President (1st round)[6] 24 March: Comoros, President Ecuador, Council for Citizen Participation and Social Control Thailand, Parliament[7] 30 March: Slovakia, President (2nd round)[6] United States Virgin Islands, Referendum 31 Marc

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2019 supranational electoral calendar

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2019 supranational electoral calendar

Supranational elections elections held in 2019. May 5 May: Central American Parliament, Panama 23–26 May: European Union, European Parliament June 16 June: Central American Parliament, Guatemala References

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2019 deaths in American television

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2019 deaths in American television

The following deaths of notable individuals related to American television occurred in 2019. January Date Name Age Notability Source January 2 Bob Einstein 76 Actor best known as Super Dave Osborne on Super Dave, Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire, and several other shows; also played Marty Funkhouser on Curb Your Enthusiasm and Larry Middleman on Arrested Development. Also comedy writer on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour and The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour. Brother of Albert Brooks. [1] Gene Okerlund 76 Professional wrestling announcer and interviewer for AWA, WWF/WWE and WCW and member of the WWE Hall of Fame. Made a guest appearance on The A-Team and a Mountain Dew commercial. Also appeared in live-action segments of Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling. [2] Daryl Dragon 76 Musician (Captain & Tennille, The Beach Boys), co-host of The Captain and Tennille Show. [3] January 3 Sylvia Chase 80 American broadcast journalist (20/20, KRON-TV/San Francisco) [4] John Falsey 67 W

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Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency (2019 Q4)

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Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency (2019 Q4)

The following is a timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump during the fourth quarter of 2019. To navigate quarters, see Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency. Overview What was once thought by the administration to be the insane fever dream of a small group of demented leftists, the impeachment of the president of the United States went from unthinkable to inevitable and finally to, on December 18, a certified fact. Donald Trump will be forevermore branded as the third U.S. president to be impeached. Public opinion Timeline October 2019 Date Events Photos/Videos Week 140 Tuesday, October 1 President Trump accuses the impeachment inquiry against him of being a coup d'état, designed to strip Americans of their freedoms.[1][2][3][4] Secretary of State Mike Pompeo calls congressional demands for interviews in front of committees "an act of intimidation".[5] Wednesday, October 2 President Trump holds a bilateral meeting and joint press conference with Finnish president Sauli

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Brexit negotiations in 2019

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Brexit negotiations in 2019

Brexit negotiations in 2019 started in August, after having originally concluded in November 2018 with the release of the withdrawal agreement. Negotiations took place between the United Kingdom and the European Union during 2017 and 2018 for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union following the referendum held on 23 June 2016. In March 2019, UK prime minister Theresa May and EU leaders negotiated a fortnight's delay for the Parliament of the United Kingdom to ratify the Brexit withdrawal agreement,[1] moving the date from 29 March 2019 to 12 April 2019. On 10 April 2019, a further half-year extension was agreed between the UK and the EU27 at the EU summit, until 31 October 2019.[2] At the time of the second extension, the EU position was that the negotiation of terms for withdrawal ended in November 2018 and that the extension is to give the UK Parliament more time to consider the agreement.[3] Negotiations during 2019 have been primarily within the UK Parliament on whether to accept t

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2019 Venezuelan protests

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2019 Venezuelan protests

The 2019 Venezuelan protests are a collection of protests that have been organized, since 11 January, as a coordinated effort to remove Nicolás Maduro from the presidency. Demonstrations began following Maduro's controversial second inauguration, developing into a presidential crisis between Maduro and National Assembly president Juan Guaidó. The protests also include counter-demonstrations organized by those who support Maduro. National protests The Wall Street Journal reported in a March 2019 article entitled "Maduro loses grip on Venezuela's poor, a vital source of his power" that slums are turning against Maduro and that "many blame government brutality for the shift".[5] Foro Penal said that 50 people—mostly in slums—had been killed by security forces in only the first two months of the year, and 653 had been arrested for protesting or speaking against the government.[5] There have also been rival demonstrations in support of the Bolivarian Revolution, Maduro's government and against foreign intervent

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Timeline of investigations into Trump and Russia (2019–2020)

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Timeline of investigations into Trump and Russia (2019–2020)

This is a timeline of events in 2019 and 2020 related to investigations into links between associates of Donald Trump and Russian officials that are suspected of being inappropriate, relating to the Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections. It follows the timeline of Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections, both before and after July 2016, until November 8, 2016 election day, the transition, the first and second halves of 2017, and the first and second halves of 2018. These events are related to, but distinct from, Russian interference in the 2020 United States elections. Relevant individuals and organizations This is a list of individuals and organizations that have been involved in the events related to either the election interference that Russia conducted against the 2016 U.S. elections and/or the resulting investigations into suspected inappropriate links between associates of Donald Trump and Russian officials. Seth Abramson estimated more than 400 people could be lis

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2019 in United States politics and government

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2019 in United States politics and government

Events November November 26 Members of the Senate Committee on Commerce announced sweeping new proposals for federal laws to protect online privacy. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] The US government imposed strict controls on US companies as to their ability to do business with Huawei, thus disrupting sales of Huawei phones overseas. [6] December December 4 In December 2019, Republican members of the House Education and Labor Committee said they were seeking to offer a new solution to surprise medical billing that would be more provider-friendly. [7] December 5 Huawei submitted a petition in the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit against the FCC's decision to prohibit rural U.S. network providers from using equipment from the China-based vendor due to national security concerns, asking that the recent FCC order be overturned. [8] December 6 The U.S. unemployment rate drops to 3.5%, the lowest in 50 years.[9] Kansas City, Missouri becomes the first city in the U.S. to approve free public tran

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2019—20 Venezuelan protests

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2019—20 Venezuelan protests

The 2019 Venezuelan protests are a collection of protests that have been organized, since 11 January, as a coordinated effort to remove Nicolás Maduro from the presidency. Demonstrations began following Maduro's controversial second inauguration, developing into a presidential crisis between Maduro and National Assembly president Juan Guaidó. The protests also include counter-demonstrations organized by those who support Maduro. National protests The Wall Street Journal reported in a March 2019 article entitled "Maduro loses grip on Venezuela's poor, a vital source of his power" that slums are turning against Maduro and that "many blame government brutality for the shift".[5] Foro Penal said that 50 people—mostly in slums—had been killed by security forces in only the first two months of the year, and 653 had been arrested for protesting or speaking against the government.[5] There have also been rival demonstrations in support of the Bolivarian Revolution, Maduro's government and against foreign intervent

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2019–2020 Persian Gulf crisis

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2019–2020 Persian Gulf crisis

The 2019–2020 Persian Gulf crisis is an ongoing escalation of military tensions between Iran and the United States to the point of a likely state of war following the deployment of military assets to the Persian Gulf by President Donald Trump due to intelligence suggesting a planned campaign by Iran and allies against US forces and interests in the Persian Gulf and Iraq. This followed a rise in political tensions between the two countries during the Presidency of Donald Trump, which included the withdrawal of the United States from the nuclear deal, the imposition of new sanctions against Iran, and the designation of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization. In response, Iran designated the United States Central Command as a terrorist organisation. Some time after this deployment, several merchant ships in the Persian Gulf were damaged in two incidents in May and June 2019. Western nations blamed Iran, while Iran denied involvement. In June 2019, Iran shot down an American RQ-

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Venezuelan presidential crisis

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Venezuelan presidential crisis

A crisis concerning who is the legitimate President of Venezuela has been underway since 10 January 2019, with the nation and the world divided in support for Nicolás Maduro or Juan Guaidó. The process and results of the May 2018 Venezuelan presidential election were widely disputed.[1][2] The opposition-majority National Assembly declared Maduro a "usurper" of the presidency on the day of his second inauguration and disclosed a plan to set forth its president Guaidó as the succeeding acting President of the country under article 233 of the Venezuelan Constitution.[2][5] A week later, the Supreme Tribunal of Justice declared that the presidency of the National Assembly was the "usurper" of authority and declared the body to be unconstitutional.[2] Minutes after Maduro took the oath as President of Venezuela, the Organization of American States (OAS) approved a resolution in a special session of its Permanent Council declaring Maduro's presidency illegitimate and urging new elections.[6] Special meetings of

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2020 Democratic Party presidential candidates

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2020 Democratic Party presidential candidates

This article contains lists of candidates associated with the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries for the 2020 United States presidential election. Major candidates The following list includes candidates who are on the ballot in a minimum of fifteen states. As of January 31, 2020, the total number of current major candidates is 11.[2] Active candidates The following candidates are major candidates who are still active. Name Born Experience Home state Campaign Announcement date Popular vote total Delegate count States won Ref. Bernie Sanders September 8, 1941(age 78)Brooklyn, New York U.S. senator from Vermont (2007–present)U.S. representative from VT-AL (1991–2007)Mayor of Burlington, Vermont (1981–1989)Candidate for President in 2016 Vermont Campaign Campaign: February 19, 2019FEC filing[3] 0 11 0 [4] Pete Buttigieg January 19, 1982(age 38)South Bend, Indiana Mayor of South Bend, Indiana (2012–2020) Indiana Campaign Exploratory committee: January 23, 2019Cam

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2019 in sports by month

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2019 in sports by month

Calendar by month January Date Sport Venue/Event Staus Winner/s 13 December 2018–1 Darts 2019 PDC World Darts Championship International Michael van Gerwen 1 Ice hockey 2019 NHL Winter Classic Domestic Boston Bruins 26 December 2018–5 Ice hockey 2019 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships International  Finland 29 December 2018–5 Tennis 2019 Hopman Cup International   Switzerland (Belinda Bencic & Roger Federer) 5–13 Darts 2019 BDO World Darts Championship International Men: Glen DurrantWomen: Mikuru Suzuki 5–13 Rugby sevens / 2019 Sudamérica Rugby Sevens Continental  Chile 5–1 February Association football 2019 AFC Asian Cup Continental  Qatar 29 December 2018–6 Cross-country skiing // 2018–19 Tour de Ski International Men: Johannes Høsflot KlæboWomen: Ingvild Flugstad Østberg 29 December 2018–6 Ski jumping / 2018–19 Four Hills Tournament International Ryoyu Kobayashi 6–12 Ice hockey 2019 IIHF World Women's

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