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Plane carrying dozens of veterans on 'Honor Flight' to DC struck by lightning

A flight carrying veterans from Illinois to Washington, D.C. memorials were struck by lightning Tuesday.            (Sun County Airlines) A flight carrying 73 veterans and their families from Illinois to Washington, D.C. Sun County Airlines flight 8657 departed Peoria for Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport when it was struck by lightning mid-flight, the Peoria Journal Star reported. On board were …

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Most Democrats Behind Impeachment Hearings After Mueller Report: NPR

Following the publication of the Mueller report, 7 out of 10 Democrats say the results should lead to impeachment hearings in Congress against President Trump. However, 91% of Republicans consider that it should not lead to such hearings. Pete Marovich / Getty Images hide caption change caption Pete Marovich / Getty Images Following the release of the Mueller report, 7 …

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UNC Charlotte shooting: Suspected and arrested

Gunshots called out just before 6 pm Tuesday as students were waiting for rapper Waka Flocka Flames concert that evening while others were preparing for exams later that week. "Run, Hide, Fight," the university tweeted after receiving calls at the shooting in the Kennedy building. "Secure yourself immediately!" When officers arrived at the scene, they found several people with gunshot …

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The homicidal hat of the suspect's suspect seemed to emerge from nowhere, even for his own account

On Tuesday, Earnest wrote an innocent ground in court. Wearing glasses and dark blue prison-issuing clothes, the 19-year-old was assigned a public defender when he faced a number of murders, a count of the brandon of a cultivation house and three bills of attempted murder. He will be held without bail while investigators, family and friends continue to rule together …

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The judge throws out the ex-Penn State President's belief in the Sandusky case

Spaniards would start serving a two-month prison sentence on Wednesday on a number of risks to a child's welfare, according to CNN-affiliated WNEP. But on Tuesday, judge Karoline Mehalchick convicted his conviction because it was based on a criminal statute that did not come into force until after his conduct had allegedly taken place. The Statute for Child Eradication was …

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For some, the black Minneapolis officer's conviction is no surprise

Former Minneapolis police Mohamed Noor goes through the cloud with his lawyer Thomas Plunkett, right, heading to court for the judgment on April 30, 2019 in Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis police were convicted of murder in the deadly shot of an unguarded woman approaching her troop minutes after calling 911 to report a possible rape behind her home. (David Joles / …

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Alabama House approves overwhelmingly abortion ban

The Alabama House of Representatives on Tuesday approved a proposal to make an abortion a crime. (Alabama State Historical Commission) MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Alabama House overwhelmingly voted Tuesday to wipe out almost all abortions in the state conservative aimed at the 1973 US Supreme Court, which legalized abortion nationwide. The Republican-dominated House of Representatives voted 74-3 for legislation that …

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Buttigieg raises eyebrows on vaccination stance, faces media criticism

South Bend mayor and Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg drew some backlash for his stance on mandatory vaccinations. Buzzfeed reported that Buttigieg supports states' rights to mandate vaccinations, but also supports "some exceptions." "The law of the country for more than a century has been that states may enforce mandatory vaccination for public safety to prevent the spread of a …

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Revealed: Republican lawmaker and ally urged crowd to prepare for civil unrest | US news

Washington state republican representative Matt Shea and several associates with an audience with conspiracy theories, separatist visions, and exhortations for listeners to arm themselves ahead of a looming civil war, at a gathering at a remote north-eastern religious compound last year. Recordings obtained by the Guardian, Shea and Jack Robertson, also known as radio personality John Jacob Schmidt, invoked their …

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