• College Senior Falls to Her Death From Fordham University
College Senior Falls to Her Death From Fordham University

The 22-year-old had gone to the tower with friends about 3am to get a better view of the city, according to police. The father was seen sobbing as he left the hospital with one of the priests a short time later. According to the university, Monfries had climbed the clock tower with some friends. It was reported that Sydney may have been par...

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  • Twitter Scorches AOC For Comment to Dan Crenshaw About Terrorism
Twitter Scorches AOC For Comment to Dan Crenshaw About Terrorism

Ilhan Omar on Friday. The dustup began after Crenshaw reacted to comments made by Rep. Stepping into the dustup, Ocasio-Cortez tweeted: "In 2018, right-wing extremists were behind nearly ALL US domestic terrorist killings". Like an unfortunate person suffering from Tourette's Syndrome - an affliction that presents itself as a series of uncon...

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  • Trump says Boeing should fix Max jets, then rename them
Trump says Boeing should fix Max jets, then rename them

Federal regulators on Friday briefed pilots and United States airlines on progress in restoring Boeing's grounded 737 Max to flight. "By extending our cancellations through the summer, we can plan more reliably for the peak travel season and provide confidence to our customers and team members when it comes to their travel plans".

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  • Cross-party Brexit negotiations remain delicate says Lidington
Cross-party Brexit negotiations remain delicate says Lidington

Britain's Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt attends a news conference on media freedom as part of the G7 Foreign Ministers' meeting in Dinard, France, April 5, 2019. Mr Hunt told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that continuing Brexit "paralysis" would be "highly damaging" to the UK's global standing and worldwide trading partners "are anxious that we w...

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  • GoFundMe for boy injured at Mall of America raises over $400,000
GoFundMe for boy injured at Mall of America raises over $400,000

On Saturday, Potts declined to give specifics about Aranda's mental health but said some of the previous cases had been handled in mental health courts. "We think this is a very isolated event", Potts said. Court records obtained by PEOPLE show that Aranda was convicted of fifth-degree assault and interfering with an officer of the peace, and was...

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  • Sarah Sanders: Lawmakers Not ‘Smart Enough’ To Understand Trump’s Taxes
Sarah Sanders: Lawmakers Not ‘Smart Enough’ To Understand Trump’s Taxes

White House spokesman Hogan Gidley told ABC News Saturday that the White House is reviewing a plan to bus migrants to these jurisdictions, but no formal request has been sent to the Department of Homeland Security yet. Meanwhile, the Republican National Committee raised $46 million, and the AP reports the full Trump re-election has $82 million ...

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  • One dead following tornado in Monroe County
One dead following tornado in Monroe County

The massive storm system that killed several people from Texas to MS is now barreling east, threatening to spawn tornadoes and other catastrophic weather from New England to the Gulf Coast. The primary threats include: large hail, damaging wind gusts up to 70 miles per hour and a tornado or two is possible mainly in locations in the southern port...

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  • Former Obama White House Counsel Greg Craig pleads not guilty
Former Obama White House Counsel Greg Craig pleads not guilty

Craig's lawyers rejected the charges. The indictment was part of Special Counsel Robert S. Muller III's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. Manafort supposedly planned on using this report to boost Yanukovych's worldwide reputation. The report was billed as independent, and while critical in some ways of Tymoshenko's tria...

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  • Tracking showers and storms for the weekend
Tracking showers and storms for the weekend

Additional strong storms are possible by the middle of the upcoming work week. Stay weather aware for any post game celebrations on Broadway. We avoid the active weather tonight , but we could see a few showers rolling in from the southwest.

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  • More than $3700K raised for boy thrown from Mall of America balcony
More than $3700K raised for boy thrown from Mall of America balcony

According to court documents obtained by CNN affiliate WCCO , Aranda has been arrested on three separate occasions in 2015, one of which resulted in him being banned from the Mall of America for a year. "He is still receiving care". Potts said on Saturday there were "a lot of witnesses that were helpful" in the incident Friday. He's now at...

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  • At least three killed in Summit Air plane crash at Lukla airport
At least three killed in Summit Air plane crash at Lukla airport

The pilot and three other crew members survived and are being treated at a hospital in Kathmandu after being airlifted there. The airport - called the gateway to Mount Everest - is one of the world's most unsafe because of the short runway and the mountainous surroundings.

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  • Afghanistan: ICC refuses to authorize investigation, caving into U.S. threats
Afghanistan: ICC refuses to authorize investigation, caving into U.S. threats

According to a media release about the decision, the three judge panel "concluded that an investigation into the situation in Afghanistan at this stage would not serve the interests of justice". The ICC backed down after the Trump administration took a heretofore un-tried hard line in respect of the courts gumshoes. "The United States will alwa...

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  • India marks colonial massacre centenary, Britain makes no apology
India marks colonial massacre centenary, Britain makes no apology

On April 13, 1919, some 50 British Indian army soldiers began shooting at unarmed civilians who were taking part in a peaceful protest against oppressive laws enforced in the Punjab region. Indian Punjab Police personnel light candles along with local residents as they pay tribute to the Jallianwala Bagh massacre martyrs on the eve of the 100th a...

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  • Stratolaunch plane founded by Microsoft’s Paul Allen takes flight in California
Stratolaunch plane founded by Microsoft’s Paul Allen takes flight in California

He died late in 2018 as a result of complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The world's largest airplane - a behemoth boasting six engines, two fuselages and a wingspan broader than a football pitch - made its first test flight on Saturday in California .

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  • One dead, three hurt in Melb club shooting
One dead, three hurt in Melb club shooting

Prahran shooting update: two people in critical conditions in the Alfred Hospital, a third is in a stable condition. A 50-year-old man and a 29-year-old man have non-life-threatening injuries. Links to an outlaw motorcycle gang are being investigated by detectives who believe the gang has made extortion attempts on the nightclub, the publication...

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  • Why Meghan Markle Won't Be Posing for Photos After She Gives Birth
Why Meghan Markle Won't Be Posing for Photos After She Gives Birth

The palace press office has announced very few details about their plans, refusing to comment on unconfirmed British media reports that Meghan may opt for a home birth. Harry and Meghan - an American actress best known for her work on Suits - Wednesday in May in a spectacular, internationally televised ceremony at Windsor Castle.

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  • Illinois Senate to Trump: No tax return, no spot on ballot
Illinois Senate to Trump: No tax return, no spot on ballot

Trump's acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, has said Democrats will "never" see the returns, "nor should they", and "they know it". On Wednesday, Mnuchin said the Treasury was handling the request and that a deadline set for that date would be missed, citing possible constitutional issues.

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  • WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested by London Police at Ecuadorian Embassy
WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested by London Police at Ecuadorian Embassy

As an Australian citizen, Assange was arrested on Thursday in London's Ecuadorian embassy after the country ended his political asylum over "discourteous and aggressive behavior" after seven years. "Please be patient, gentle & kind to him", she said. He was facing extradition to Sweden on sexual assault allegations he vehemently denies, which h...

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  • Marines Killed In Afghanistan Based Out Of Fort Devens
Marines Killed In Afghanistan Based Out Of Fort Devens

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that one of the dead was Christopher A. Slutman, 43, a 15-year member of the New York City Fire Department who was a Marine staff sergeant. Last month two US service members were killed in Afghanistan while conducting an operation. Three U.S. service members were also wounded in the incident near Bag...

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  • Trump's European Union tariff threats unlikely to happen
Trump's European Union tariff threats unlikely to happen

A WTO arbitrator is expected to rule this summer on how much relief the U.S.is actually entitled to. However, it signaled it was open for talks with the US, provided these were without preconditions and aimed to achieve a fair outcome. US President Donald Trump has expressed regret over what he considers to be too harsh treatment toward the Unite...

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