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Plane disappears in Bermuda Triangle sparking fears for passengers

At around 2:10 p.m., officials at Miami Traffic Control say the plane disappeared from its radar; at the time, it was located about 37 miles east of Eleuthera, Bahamas. The pilot of the plane, Nathan Ulrich , used to be married to The Colour Purple actress Rae Dawn Chong. The Bermuda Triangle is usually seen as ominous because it has a history of missing persons, specifically ones onboard aircraft and watercraft.

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Activist resigns after congressman writes letter to employer

Now, while this sounds like a questionable use of Frelinghuysen's time and influence, one could perhaps forgive Avelenda's colleagues for being concerned if she were, like, a total loose cannon who was always missing work because she was retweeting Russian Federation conspiracies and vowing to overthrow the oligarchy by force.

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Trump 'Must Be Charged': Democratic Congressman Calls For Trump's Impeachment

Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe , a Constitutional law expert, makes the case for impeachment in newly-published opinion pieces in The Washington Post and USA Today. Professor Tribe has not alleged that President Trump engaged in treason or bribery. President Trump acted within his legal authority in firing Comey whenever he sought fit.

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Trump team deletes 'Muslim ban' statement from website

The 13 judges of the USA 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, 10 of whom are Democratic appointees, must decide whether Trump's revised executive order is a valid effort to protect the nation's security or an unconstitutional scheme to keep out Muslims.

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National Police Week honors law enforcement across the country

Trump was joined by members of the Ulster County Sheriff's Department, the New Jersey State Police and the Phoenix Police Department, all of which lost officers past year. Members of countys law enforcement agencies, as well as local elected officials and the public gathered at the Sheriffs Administration Building in Largo May 10 to honor them during the annual Fallen Law Enforcement Memorial ceremony.

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Britain says it's a natural partner for China's new Silk Road

China has touted what it formally calls the Belt and Road initiative as a new way to boost global development since Xi unveiled the plan in 2013, aiming to expand links between Asia, Africa, Europe and beyond underpinned by billions of dollars in infrastructure investment.

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Trump calls for tougher sanctions after North Korea missile

Haley said that Kim "can sit there and say all the conditions he wants". One diplomatic source said they were probably in the trade session, attended by China's commerce minister, while another said it could have been the policy session, attended by U.N.

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North Korea test-fires missile, challenging new South Korean leader

It puts immediate pressure on South Korea's President Moon Jae-in, who campaigned on a platform of better engagement with the North. Mr Moon called the launch a "grave challenge" to the peace and security of the Korean Peninsula and the global community.

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North Korea fires missile: South Korea military

The launch, which Tokyo said could be of a new type of missile, is a direct challenge to the new South Korean president and comes as US, Japanese and European navies gather for joint war games in the Pacific. While Pyongyang regularly tests shorter-range missiles, it is also working to master the technology needed to field nuclear-tipped missiles that can reach the US mainland.

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Trump tweets warning to Comey over leaks

President Trump tweeted Friday that " Comey had better hope there are no tapes of our conversations", and Press Secretary Sean Spicer refused to answer press questions about whether there are recording devices in the White House. That this investigation is one that touches directly on Trump's actions makes it that much worse, but even if it didn't presidents simply can not seek to stop the FBI from conducting a criminal inquiry.

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North Korean diplomat open to U.S. talks 'under the right conditions'

North Korea fired a ballistic missile on Sunday in defiance of calls to rein in its weapons programme, South Korean and US officials said, days after a new leader took office in the South, pledging to engage it in dialogue. Delegations from Washington, Seoul and Pyongyang are gathering in Beijing on Sunday to attend China's new Silk Road forum, its biggest diplomatic event of the year.

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Talks between United States and North Korea possible

In a odd display of diplomacy a senior North Korean diplomat who handles relations with the United States today said that Pyongyang would have dialogue with the USA administration if conditions were right, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported.

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Trump urges Liberty graduates to be outsiders

In a campaign stop there in January 2016, Trump said Christianity was " under siege ". He was referring to Mr Trump's missile strike on Syria after video surfaced of a horrific chemical weapons attack in the Idlib province. "You must keep pushing forward". But this year, Vice President Mike Pence will speak at Notre Dame's graduation, becoming the first vice president to do so.

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Ex-US NSA ordered to hand over Russia probe documents

The subpoenas represent the first sign of a significant escalation of activity in the FBI's broader investigation begun last July into possible ties between Trump campaign associates and Russian Federation. He later worked as a foreign agent on behalf of a Turkish businessman, while serving as a Trump campaign adviser. Either way, Republicans and Democrats vowed the House and Senate Intelligence Committees' investigations into the Russian Federation claims would continue.

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Zidane predicts 'great final' with former club Juventus

I hope he's ready before and I hope he can be with us more than anything. "We have been doing well in the Champions League and have been competing face-to-face with the best teams for several years, and now we have to focus on growing". Rio Ferdinand speaking after the Champions League semi-final with Atletico de Madrid explained what sets apart Cristiano Ronaldo from the rest of the players in world football at the moment.

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North Korea poses 'existential' threat, US intel chief warns

President Donald Trump has promised to cut excess spending as he tries to clean up the budget and decrease the deficit. "Homegrown extremists remain the most frequent and unpredictable terrorist threat to the United States homeland", Coats, who oversees the nation's intelligence community, told the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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Final push on Syria's Raqa in early summer

Today, an AFP team entered Tabqa and the adjacent dam - Syria's largest - and saw rows of sandbags, mangled cars and craters from heavy bombardment dotting the structure. "The fighting was really tough - there was artillery, warplanes, snipers. We hated them, but we re afraid they ll come back to Tabqa", she added. Turkey views the Kurdish Peoples' Protection Units (YPG) as the Syrian extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), which has fought the state in the south-east of ...

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Mexico Says It Called President Trump's Bluff on Quitting NAFTA

Bernie Sanders of Vermont in voting no. But he managed to assuage concerns of many farm state Republicans and the business community that he would pursue moves that could set off trade wars or hurt American exports. "The US textile industry is excited to work with secretary Ross and ambassador Lighthizer to fashion policy that will lead to more US textile production, investment and jobs", Tantillo added.

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Engineer in deadly Philadelphia Amtrak crash could still be charged

State Attorney General Josh Shapiro filed the charges against Brandon Bostian just after 5 p.m.in Philadelphia. In view of our earlier decision not to file charges, we have referred this prosecution to the Pennsylvania Attorney General . Mr. Mongeluzzi added, "The Attorney General's bold, decisive action sends a loud and clear message that endangering the lives of rail passengers, crews and the public will not be tolerated in Pennsylvania, and should not be tolerated anywhere", said Mr.

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FBI Raids GOP Consultant over 2013 Virginia Governor's Race

In 2012, president of Strategic Campaign Group Kelly Rogers registered as a lobbyist for Prince George's Racing Ventures (Penn National), which sought to build a casino in the Maryland county. Whether they're throughout town, across the state, or across the entire country, our engaging political strategies inform them of your campaign or organization's goals.

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Ismail Haniya elected as new Hamas chief

Hamas captured the coastal strip by violently overthrowing forces loyal to the Fatah movement, led by Western-backed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Israeli officials had no immediate comment on the election. He obtained his high school degree from Al-Azhar institution in Gaza and went on to graduate from the Islamic University of Gaza in Arabic Literature studies, in 1987.

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Aetna to completely pull out of Obamacare exchanges by 2018

Insurance experts expect holes to develop in 2018. That retreat was the largest by any health insurer from the health-care law's marketplaces, which started in 2014 to provide coverage for people who can not get affordable health benefits through their employers.

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Arizona man arrested in suspected serial killings

The investigation into the serial killings had focused on what authorities said were seven fatal shootings. From August 2015 to July 2016, someone was gunning down victims after dark in a largely Latino neighborhood of Phoenix as they stood outside homes or sat in cars.

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3 weeks into hunger strike, Palestinian inmates add vitamins

Israeli authorities say 894 Palestinian prisoners have kept up the strike. The hunger strike started on April 17, a fight, the prisoners said , to improve deteriorating living conditions imposed by the Israeli Prison Service on thousands of Palestinians held in Israeli jails.

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Trump Trumpets 'Historic' Pace of First 100 Days

The poll goes on to state that Trump has an overall job-approval rating of 40 percent, the lowest any president has had at around the 100-day mark in the history of the NBC/WSJ poll. Ironically, an ABC News/Washington Post poll taken days before the 100-day mark found that 61 percent want to "keep and improve" the Affordable Care Act health insurance program, while 37 percent want to "repeal and replace" it.