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The World's Largest Airplane is Finally Unveiled

June 2, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

The Stratolaunch aircraft was the dream of Paul Allen, the owner of the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers and NFL's Seattle Seahawks

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The World's Largest Airplane is Finally Unveiled

Mail Carrier Fed Meatballs Filled With Nails To Dog On Her Route: Cops

June 2, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

X-rays showed nails in the stomach of the dog, named Missy.

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Mail Carrier Fed Meatballs Filled With Nails To Dog On Her Route: Cops

36 die from smoke in Philippine casino after gunman set fire

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MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A gunman stormed a casino in the Philippine capital and torched gambling tables in the crowded space, creating a choking level of smoke that killed at least 36 people, authorities said. The gunman stuffed a backpack with casino chips before he fled but was found dead in an adjacent hotel early Friday of an apparent suicide.

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36 die from smoke in Philippine casino after gunman set fire

$12.9B USS Gerald R. Ford Delivered to Navy

June 1, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

After more than a year of delays, cost overruns and technological glitches, the $12.9 billion USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier is in the Navy's possession.

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$12.9B USS Gerald R. Ford Delivered to Navy

White House officials struggle to answer questions about Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris accord

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Shortly after President Trump appeared in the Rose Garden on Thursday and announced his decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord, a pair of White House officials spoke with reporters about the move. Although Trump had expressed interest in reaching a new agreement that he said would be more favorable to the U.S., the White House representatives provided no information on what that might look like or how the accord could be revised when other countries have said it cannot be renegotiated.

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White House officials struggle to answer questions about Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris accord

Pilots after Pence plane incident thought careers over: transcript

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The pilot and first officer of the plane carrying U.S. Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence that skidded off a runway in October 2016 thought the incident would end their careers, according to documents released on Thursday. The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board published transcripts of the cockpit voice recorders from the incident in which the Boeing 737-700 operated by Eastern Air Lines Group ran off the runway at LaGuardia Airport in New York. There were 37 passengers on the plane, including Pence, his wife, Karen, daughter Charlotte and 11 crew.

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Pilots after Pence plane incident thought careers over: transcript

Massive Crack in Antarctic Ice Shelf Grows 11 Miles in 6 Days, Potentially Creating World’s Largest Iceberg

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The crack, which is located in Larson Shelf C, leaves only eight miles of ice connecting what could be one of the world’s largest icebergs to Antarctica.

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Massive Crack in Antarctic Ice Shelf Grows 11 Miles in 6 Days, Potentially Creating World’s Largest Iceberg

Trump Sought Lift of Russia Sanctions: Report

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Dan Fried, former State Department chief coordinator for sanctions policy, talks about what he heard from colleagues about the eagerness of the Trump administration in its early days to lift sanctions on Russia without condition.

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LeBron James: Being Black in America Is Tough

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The basketball star spoke out Wednesday on race relations in the US after his home was vandalized with a racial slur. His comments come the same week that a noose was found inside the museum of African American history.

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Pres. Putin: Election Hackers May Have Been 'Patriotic' Russians

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Russian Pres. Putin on Thursday backpedaled on repeated denials of Russian interference in last year's election, acknowledging that private Russian hackers could have been involved.

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