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>>Biden, Sunak Sign Economic Agreement (Washington, DC) -- President Biden and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak are signing off on a major economic agreement. The two leaders met at the White House on Thursday and signed the Atlantic Declaration, which Sunak described as a first-of-its-kind economic partnership on artificial intelligence and other commercial relations. After the signing, Biden told reporters, "Our economic partnership is an enormous strength." Sunak said since leaving the EU, Britain is "as attractive an investment destination as ever."


>>American Airlines Allows Customers To Rebook Without Fees Due To Air Conditions

(Fort Worth, TX) -- American Airlines customers are being allowed to rebook flights without fees due to the smoky conditions in the Northeast. Passengers traveling to certain airports in nine states and Washington, DC who booked the flight by June 7th will have their change fees waived if they want to still travel to the same city. Smoke from hundreds of wildfires in Canada caused the FAA to delay flights at five major airports Thursday. The smoky conditions could last into the weekend.


>>Delta Agrees To Payback For Canceled Flights During Pandemic

(Atlanta, GA) -- Delta is paying back a group of customers who claim they didn't get their money back on flights canceled during the pandemic. The AJC reports the Atlanta-based airline recently agreed to a settlement to pay cash refunds plus interest. Affected customers must have booked a flight between March 1st, 2020 and April 30, 2021. They were also required to have requested a refund through the customer care database.


>>White House Celebrates Supply Chain Meltdown Easing

(Washington, DC) -- The White House is celebrating the easing of the supply chain meltdown. The COVID pandemic and Russia's war in Ukraine had brought supply chains to their knees, but now the Biden administration says bottlenecks are easing. Officials say that will also help slow inflation. In a supply chain scorecard shared with CNN, the White House says supply chains are "significantly more fluid and resilient than they were when the President took office."


>>SCOTUS Sides With Jack Daniel's In Dog Toy Case

(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. Supreme Court is siding with Jack Daniel's in a ruling announced Thursday involving a dog toy. The distiller had sued VIP Products over a dog toy that resembles Jack Daniel's bottles claiming it violated federal trademark law. The Supreme Court was unanimous in its ruling after Jack Daniel's argued an appeals court was wrong in saying the toy was "non-commercial" and had constitutional protection. However, the High Court didn't grant Jack Daniel's request to toss the test the lower court used when it ruled in favor of the toy maker. That would have made it easier for trademark holders to sue over parodies of their marks.

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