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What we know about NJ plane crash that killed 2

What we know about NJ plane crash that killed 2

The crash killed two pilots and sparked fires at two buildings that, as per the reports, could be seen from NY, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and local police said. They say no passengers were aboard and no one on the ground was injured. The FAA said the plane was coming in for landing when it missed the runway around 3:30 p.m.



Liberty University gives Trump warm welcome during commencement ceremony

Trump's speech at Liberty is his only commencement appearance at a civilian institution this year. Trump told the graduates: "This is your day and you've earned every minute of it". He steered clear of that subject, making only sidelong swipes at his critics. Trump, echoing the theme, said, "If I give you one message to hold in your hearts today it is this: Never ever give up".



Trump asked Federal Bureau of Investigation to drop Flynn probe

The White House quickly denied any suggestion that Trump was trying to obstruct justice - a criminal offence - in his dealings with Comey. But the experts said intent was a critical element of an obstruction of justice charge, and the presidents words could be subject to interpretation and possibly put into the context of other actions, like Comeys termination.


South Korea warns on North's tests

South Korea warns on North's tests

Another carrier, the Ronald Reagan, left Yokosuka in Japan on Tuesday on its regular spring patrol, which would last three to four months, a spokesman for the U.S. DPRK officials accused the United States of openly pressuring other countries into severing or degrading diplomatic ties with it by misusing "sanction resolutions" against it.


Embattled White House lurches from crisis to crisis

Embattled White House lurches from crisis to crisis

Erdogan said Tuesday that cooperation between the USA and Turkey is "very important for the world" and vowed to expand economic and military ties between the two countries. A bipartisan group of lawmakers wrote Trump on Tuesday, asking him to raise the issue of human rights with Erdogan given the increasing suppression of dissent in his country.