Boeing desires 777s grounded after Denver engine failure

Chicago: Boeing has recommended that airlines ground all of its 777s with the type of engine that suffered a catastrophic failure over Denver this weekend as US regulators ordered United Airlines to step up inspections of those aircraft. United said it was temporarily removing the aircraft from service. AP

US: Hospitals face water shortage in storm aftermath

Houston: Hospitals across the South grappled with water shortage as the region carried on with recovery efforts in the wake of a devastating winter storm. The icy blast ruptured water mains, knocked out power to millions of utility customers and contributed to at least 76 deaths — half of which occurred in Texas. At least seven persons died in Tennessee and four in Portland, Oregon. AP

SC to review Trump’s ‘public charge’ immigration rule

Washington: The US Supreme Court on Monday agreed to examine the legality of one of Donald Trump’s hardline immigration rules that bars immigrants deemed likely to require government benefits from obtaining legal permanent residency. President Joe Biden, is widely expected to dump the so-called “public charge” rule. Reuters

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