Ohio Coroner Investigating Otto Warmbier's Death

Twenty-two-year-old Otto Warmbier (WORM'-bir) died in Cincinnati on Monday, not long after his return to OH after almost a year and a half in North Korean captivity. Justin Weber told The Associated Press that a news conference is expected later to provide more information. His body was transferred to the Hamilton County Coroner's office later that day, Don Jasper, its chief investigator, said on Tuesday.

Remains of 7 sailors killed in US ship collision return home

The impact crushed the starboard side of the Fitzgerald . A large dent was clearly visible in its right mid-section as the destroyer limped back to Yokosuka naval base south of Tokyo , home of the Seventh fleet, on Saturday evening. The navy and coastguard are conducting separate investigations, but the Japanese side will ask for U.S. cooperation in its inquiries, a spokesman for Japan's transport safety board told Agence France-Presse.

After Warmbier's death, U.S. weighs travel ban on North Korea

His comment could signal he is ready to play hardball with the Chinese, or at last send a message to China that the United States feels they are not coming to the table with a strong hand due to their continued trade with North Korea. According to King, North Korea probably "did not intend" to cause Warmbier's death. His family did not give a cause of his death but said in a statement on Monday that the "awful torturous mistreatment" Warmbier endured while in custody meant "no other ...

Chances of Trump meeting with North Korea's Kim narrowing - White House

President Trump said Tuesday: "It's a disgrace what happened to Otto". "A lot of bad things happened, but at least we got him home to be with his parents", Trump said. The circumstances of his detention and what medical treatment he received in North Korea remain unknown. They also said they found no evidence of broken bones, but suggested cardiac arrest that cuts off the flow of blood to the brain could have destroyed the brain tissue.

Spicer expected to take less public role

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer says he has yet to discuss with the president whether he believes the Russian Federation government interfered in the 2016 election, as intelligence agencies have concluded. Sean Spicer insisted the president wanted a health care bill with "heart", although he admitted he wasn't sure if anyone at the White House had seen a draft of the Republican measure.

Mark Wahlberg impressed by Londoners' resolve after terror attacks and tragedy

It seems like she may succeed, in turn baking the Earth like it was a microwave. Gaze into Optimus Prime's purple eyes, and you might just glimpse something profoundly terrifying: the summer blockbuster stretched past breaking point. My screening was filled with fans and they were mostly silent. The movie pulls out all the stops and gives you epic fight scenes featuring metal dragons, gods, knights in rusty armor, the end of the world and valiant humans doing stupid things like taking on ...