• Military plane that crashed was headed for retirement
Military plane that crashed was headed for retirement

The WC-130 plane was being flown into retirement when it crashed on a highway just before 11:30 a.m., shortly after takeoff from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport . A Pentagon reporter for Military Times posted to Twitter that she was working to confirm if the C-130 was attached to the Georgian National Guard or not.

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  • Black men arrested at Starbucks settle with Philly for $2
Black men arrested at Starbucks settle with Philly for $2

The men will work with the city and a nonprofit organization to develop criteria, review applications and award the $200,000 grant, Dunn said. That deal "will include a financial settlement as well as continued listening and dialogue. Mr. Nelson and Mr. Robinson were arrested on suspicion of trespassing, but Starbucks did not press charges an...

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  • North and South Korea start to dismantle border speakers, fulfilling summit pledge
North and South Korea start to dismantle border speakers, fulfilling summit pledge

Just days ago, landmark meetings with South Korean President Moon Jae-in resulted in North Korean leader Kim Jong-un vowing to shut down the testing facility completely in May - with the process to be opened to US and South Korean experts and journalists.

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  • Explosion, Fire, and Possible Police Injuries in North Haven
Explosion, Fire, and Possible Police Injuries in North Haven

Up to six police officers were reportedly injured in an explosion in North Haven, Connecticut, where a man took his family hostage after police responded to a domestic dispute call. WFSB-TV reporter Matthew Campbell wrote on Twitter that the suspect is still inside the home and that the fire is coming from another structure within the property.

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  • Trump lawyer Ty Cobb bows out as Russian Federation probe picks up
Trump lawyer Ty Cobb bows out as Russian Federation probe picks up

President Donald Trump's legal team underwent a major shakeup Wednesday as it was officially announced that Ty Cobb will leave and Emmet Flood will come on board. Giuliani's account indicates that Cobb's exit is not simply a "retirement", as Sanders described it, but the result of a strategic dispute that Cobb lost to Sekulow.

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  • Stormy Daniels Attorney Unveils New Evidence in Trump Case
Stormy Daniels Attorney Unveils New Evidence in Trump Case

No". "Michael's my attorney, and you'll have to ask Michael". CNN's all-out war with the Trump administration continued this week, with the left-leaning network hosting adult actress Stormy Daniel's lawyer a whopping 59 times in just two months.

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  • Students stage walkouts to promote gun rights
Students stage walkouts to promote gun rights

The movement was founded by New Mexico high school senior Will Riley. "This was peaceful and quiet". Students started calling for tighter gun restrictions in response to the school shootings happening around the country. Cooper said, "I do think there are way too many gun control laws, especially in NY where I am". "These Parkland high school...

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  • Gunmen Attack Libya's Electoral Commission in Tripoli, Several Injuries
Gunmen Attack Libya's Electoral Commission in Tripoli, Several Injuries

The attack on the electoral Commission, and 16 people were killed in Libya. Mr Omar said he saw the attackers, including two suicide bombers, storm the building and spotted bombers' body parts strewn on the ground. The internationally backed Government of National Accord (GNA) denounced "the cowardly suicide attack" and pledged its "commitment to...

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  • Output in United Kingdom factories hits 17-month low during April
Output in United Kingdom factories hits 17-month low during April

Data from the Caixin/Markit PMI survey showed that April's new export sales declined for the first time since November 2016, due to weaker demand in worldwide markets that had partly weighed on overall growth. It also said that averaged cost burdens rose due to higher prices paid for fuel, industrial metal, sugar and paper, while a weaker exchange ...

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  • China Trade Dispute to Be Resolved by Deal or Tariffs: Ross
China Trade Dispute to Be Resolved by Deal or Tariffs: Ross

For their part, China has accused the U.S. of dumping rubber in the Chinese market and has imposed tariffs on US-imported rubber. Slowing down China's tech development "is not a reasonable goal", said James Lewis, senior vice president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.

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  • White House mystery solved over what happened to Macron's gifted oak tree
White House mystery solved over what happened to Macron's gifted oak tree

A French official added that Trump had insisted on holding a planting photo op and that both sides knew the tree would be quarantined. But many may not have even known there was a mystery at all, following the apparent disappearance of the sapling that was ceremonially planted by the two leaders and their wives last week during the state visit...

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  • Democrats Outpacing Republicans In Early Primary Voting
Democrats Outpacing Republicans In Early Primary Voting

Voters can choose one or both of the district's candidates for the school board, despite instructions on the ballot that only one from that district can be picked for the board. Schultz, a former commissioner, will square off against the victor of the Republican primary come November. Incumbent David Grice is facing a challenge from fellow Republic...

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  • India among top 5 military spenders: SIPRI
India among top 5 military spenders: SIPRI

The U.S. remains the world's biggest military spender by far, accounting for 35 percent of global expenditures, more than the next seven highest-spending countries combined. Japan's increases in defence spending represent a change in policy since the 2012 cut to the defence budget. Pie chart shows the share of global military expenditure of the t...

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  • Amber Rudd leaves government
Amber Rudd leaves government

Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she would be providing more information on the government's handling of the treatment of Caribbean migrants, seeking to reassure those caught up in a scandal over immigration policies. Those affected are known as the "Windrush generation" after the ship Empire Windrush, which in 1948 brought hundreds o...

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  • Over 78 percent South Koreans now view Kim Jong-un as trustworthy
Over 78 percent South Koreans now view Kim Jong-un as trustworthy

Trump has since tempered his tone towards North Korea . Moon's commentary contradicts what President Moon has been stressing in recent weeks: that North Korea is not making demands that the US can't accept in return for its nuclear disarmament, such as the withdrawal of USA forces from South Korea.

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  • Almost Coldest April Ever
Almost Coldest April Ever

James Brown, a meteorologist with the weather service, said temperatures in Portland on Wednesday should soar into the 80s, but he does not expect the city to break the heat record of 91 degrees that was set on May 1, 2001. Chances for showers enter the picture starting Wednesday, but it'll be warmer with temperatures in the mid- to upper 60s on ...

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  • Soldier from Loveland killed in Afghanistan
Soldier from Loveland killed in Afghanistan

Officials say Spc. Gabriel Conde was shot and killed by enemy fire. His death marked the second US combat death in Afghanistan this year. The DoD said the incident is being investigated. Conda had deployed to Afghanistan with his brigade last September in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel, the ongoing counterinsurgency and security effo...

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  • Michigan Catholic school to use 'modesty ponchos' at prom
Michigan Catholic school to use 'modesty ponchos' at prom

The length of the poncho suggests it's created to cover cleavage. "We are attempting give attention to the internal magnificence and never draw consideration to one thing that does not want consideration drawn to it", theology instructor Mary Pat O'Malley stated to FOX 2 .

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  • Blankenship calls McConnell
Blankenship calls McConnell "cocaine Mitch" in new WV primary ad

In a statement released on his Facebook page Tuesday morning, Blankenship confirmed that he was referencing the Nation story about Chao's family business. Trying to paint himself as a " political prisoner " and an outside candidate akin to Donald Trump, Blankenship, a millionaire, has poured millions of his own money into television and radio a...

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  • Vice President Pence visits the southern border in Calexico, Mexico
Vice President Pence visits the southern border in Calexico, Mexico

Pence specifically mentioned "cracking down on catch and release", the unofficial name for a protocol where unlawful immigrants are released while they wait for a hearing with an immigration judge. The Vice President visited while a huge gathering of migrants from Central American countries camped out near San Ysidro in hopes of entering the Uni...

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