POLITICO The last few weeks have seen a flurry of travel stories, and it’s been a busy week for most of us.
We’ve seen several airlines issue statements about their “unprecedented” number of cancellations, the Trump administration announce its first-ever sanctions on Russia, and the State Department announces a new international initiative to combat climate change.
But these stories all have one thing in common: they’ve all been covered by the New York Times.
On Monday, we’ll look at three stories that are still being covered in detail in the Times, but all of them are either being discussed on a regular basis, or they’re being covered by a team at the Times who have a history of covering them, or both.
A New York hotel that’s going to become the tallest hotel in the world The Times reported on Sunday that the owner of the Empire State Building hotel is working on plans to build a $1.4 billion luxury hotel and condos on the site of the former Times Square, a skyscraper that was once home to Times Square and once home for the Times.
The Times reports that the hotel will rise to the height of the building and include an office, hotel and restaurant.
The hotel will have an attached hotel and condo tower.
The story has already made its way to the New Yorker, who is currently under construction at the site, which has been in the news for years as a potential replacement for the old Times Square.
The article cites unnamed sources who claim that “a developer and real estate agents have been working on the project for the past few months.”
The Times’ story says the Times will not reveal the exact price tag for the project, but that it’s expected to cost at least $2 billion.
A hotel tower will rise around the building to a height of 400 feet, according to the Times’ sources.
The building’s former location was one of the tallest in New York City at 1,100 feet, and at that height, it was a major attraction for tourists.
The tower is slated to be completed in 2019.
The Trump administration announces a $2.6 billion investment in the development of the country’s biggest steel plant A recent report from the New America Foundation says the Trump Administration’s investment in New America’s steel-producing infrastructure could grow to $2,400 billion over 20 years.
This is a significant increase over the $1 billion investment announced last year.
The New America report also notes that the Trump team is also considering a $5 billion investment to modernize the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
This investment would be significant in the state’s history, as the New Jersey Port Authority is the country ‘s largest and most technologically advanced transportation infrastructure operator.
The Port Authority operates rail and bus services throughout New York, including the Port of New Jersey and New York Harbor.
The plan also includes $3 billion to renovate the Brooklyn Bridge, which was one the most heavily trafficked bridges in the country in the 1960s and ’70s.
The State Department proposes a $20 billion fund to help protect the planet from pandemics In a new report, the State of the World Report, the report by the Pew Charitable Trusts’ Global Climate Change Initiative, says that the United States faces a “climate crisis.”
The report says that “the U.S. has the world’s most severe and sustained climate problem,” and that the country faces a climate threat of unprecedented proportions.
The report also says that a “capable and effective response” to climate change is critical to the U. S. in terms of combating climate change, and that it “must address the threat of a global pandemic before it becomes a serious and widespread threat.”
The State of Climate is currently in the process of publishing the report.
The new report comes as President Donald Trump is under pressure to cut emissions as part of his promise to the American people to “drain the swamp.”
The White House has also announced that the President plans to use the Environmental Protection Agency to implement a new executive order on climate change that could be implemented through the Environmental Recovery Act of 2018.
The US Treasury announces a massive $25 billion bond issuance to pay for the Paris climate accord The Trump Administration has said that they are committed to cutting carbon emissions, and has announced a massive bond issuance designed to fund climate mitigation.
The $25 Billion Bond Issue is intended to “pay for the global climate mitigation commitments made by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change,” according to a press release.
The release also says, “The Bond Issue will allow the Treasury to reduce its reliance on cash and increase its reliance upon private investors.”
The release notes that this is the first time the U