The $2B Aircraft Carrier the Navy Paid to Disappear

Oct. 25 (Bloomberg) –- The U.S. Navy has announced that it has turned over its decommissioned carrier, the USS Forrestal, for scrap. The Navy's first super-carrier launched in 1954 and was in service for an eventful 4 decades; John McCain served aboard the ship in the sixties before becoming a P.O.W. in Vietnam. Here's a look at the U.S.S. Forrestal by the numbers, including the unbeatable price the Navy paid to have it scrapped. (Source: Bloomberg)
Deadline Day For Iran Nuclear Talks
47:30 - Talks aimed at curtailing Iran's nuclear program in exchange for lifting sanctions have entered their final stretch. The Islamic Republic and world powers have until the end of Tuesday (June 30), Vienna time, to do a deal. Though as Bloomberg's Elliott Gotkine, reports, the deadline will probably be missed.
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