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Gator struck, killed by private plane on airport runway

Gator struck, killed by private plane on airport runway

A total of 147 animals have been struck at Orlando Executive Airport since 1990, the vast majority of which were birds, including owls, hawks and one bald eagle. This is the fourth time that an airp...

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ESG investors hit out at Trump's Paris Agreement renege

ESG investors hit out at Trump's Paris Agreement renege

While we were hindering our economy, three of the world's worst polluters - China, India and Russian Federation - didn't have to make any attempts at reducing emissions until 2030. "Future generations...

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North Korea fires third test missile in as many weeks

North Korea fires third test missile in as many weeks

North Korea has a large stockpile of the short-range missiles, originally developed by the Soviet Union. North Korea has apparently fired its third successful test missile in three weeks after it...

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Trump feels 'totally vindicated' by Comey testimony: lawyer

Schiff's statements come on the heels of the bombshell release of Comey's written testimony earlier in the day. The directors of national intelligence and the National Security Agency say they a...

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Duke-Indiana headlines Big Ten/ACC matchups

Duke-Indiana headlines Big Ten/ACC matchups

The annual Big Ten-ACC Challenge is filled with excitement for Michigan State fans, usually because the Spartans get paired up with top-tier teams from the opposing conference. Tech's 73-70 win last...

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Timeline: N. Korean missiles a test for new S. Korean leader

Timeline: N. Korean missiles a test for new S. Korean leader

Two US aircraft carriers, the USS Carl Vinson and the USS Ronald Reagan, have recently departed the Korean Peninsula after conducting exercises there in what a US official described as a message to No...

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President Donald Trump arrives in Cincinnati

President Donald Trump arrives in Cincinnati

He was slated to give remarks at the Rivertowne Marina in Cincinnati. Earlier this year, Trump announced plans to spend $1 trillion to pay for projects to fix aging bridges, roads and waterway...

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Percent of Republicans Think Trump Tweets Too Much

In the past few days many journalists have argued that Trump's tweets should be treated as any other communication by the President of the United States, to have no less weight just because his pl...

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Former Penn State president is sentenced to jail in Sandusky scandal

Former Penn State president is sentenced to jail in Sandusky scandal

Former Penn State President Graham Spanier and former Vice President Gary Schultz will have to spend two months behind bars, while former athletic director Tim Curley will spend three months i...

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Trump heads to Ohio to talk infrastructure

Trump declared the days of spending on other nations are over: "It's time to rebuild our country" and to "put America first", he said. President Donald Trump on Wednesday in Cincinnati promised...

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Comey's testimony on Trump meetings

He is also likely to be asked why he didn't act sooner given his concerns about the president. The White House's stated reasons for firing Comey were contradicted by the president himself, raising...

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Comey's testimony to put uncomfortable spotlight on Trump

Comey's testimony to put uncomfortable spotlight on Trump

The FBI chief, who was sacked by Mr Trump last month, wrote that although the bureau was traditionally regarded as working independently of the administration, the president told him, "I need loya...

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Edgewater man arrested as part of Russian mob over stolen chocolates

Edgewater man arrested as part of Russian mob over stolen chocolates

Almost three-dozen organized crime members were busted by federal authorities in Manhattan Wednesday for an odd mishmash of crimes - trafficking 5 tons of stolen chocolate as well as hordes of illegal...

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Trump pushes public works agenda, health care on Ohio visit

Trump pushes public works agenda, health care on Ohio visit

Barges the president said were carrying West Virginia-produced coal were visible on the river behind him. Prior to his riverfront apearance, Mr. Trump met at the regional airport he flew into with...

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Illinois House won't take up budget bills on last day of session

Illinois House won't take up budget bills on last day of session

Rep. Greg Harris is a Democrat from Chicago . The downgrades will mean higher borrowing costs for IL, which means more pressure on a deeply strained budget, which means less money for government serv...

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Police search for grandmother after baby dies in stabbing attack

A telephone message seeking details was left for the department's public information officer. The woman wanted on suspicion of stabbing her daughter and two granddaughters - killing one of the you...

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President promises to revamp infrastructure

In the wake of the firing, the Justice Department named an special prosecutor, former FBI director Robert Mueller , to lead the government's investigation. Trump said that as he campaigned across the...

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President Trump's Paris Exit Was Not Only Shameful But Pointless

President Trump's Paris Exit Was Not Only Shameful But Pointless

But this reality-TV personality, real estate tycoon turned politician will go down in history as America's worst president. And there has been no intimation from their side that might suggest diluti...

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Oh, The Hypocrisy: James Comey Goes from Zero to Hero with Democrats

The President allegedly told Mr Comey "I hope you can let this go" and described Mr Flynn as a "good guy". Trump's lawyer released a statement later on Wednesday saying the president was pleased...

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US intelligence chiefs decline to comment on Trump inquiry

The statement gives an idea of what was said during the meetings, which in return give us an idea what's in the memo. Comey's testimony - released Wednesday afternoon before senators headed int...

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