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  • California couple charged with torture of kids due in court

    California couple charged with torture of kids due in courtRIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A California couple charged with torturing their children by starving, beating and shackling them is due in court on Friday.




  • The Parkland Teens Are Giving These Columbine Survivors Hope

    The Parkland Teens Are Giving These Columbine Survivors HopeLast week, Austin Eubanks had just wrapped up his speech at a school in Colorado when he noticed he had a message on his phone.




  • Gus Kenworthy Visits Dog Meat Farm in Korea: 'One of the Saddest Places I've Ever Been'

    Gus Kenworthy Visits Dog Meat Farm in Korea: 'One of the Saddest Places I've Ever Been'"I am honestly feeling heartbroken," the 2014 Olympic silver medalist said.




  • Adam Rippon Will Now 'Totally' Take Mike Pence's Telephone Call

    Adam Rippon Will Now 'Totally' Take Mike Pence's Telephone CallAdam Rippon is now prepared to talk with Vice President Mike Pence.




  • Florida School's Armed Officer Did "Nothing" During Shooting

    Florida School's Armed Officer Did "Nothing" During ShootingTOP STORIES (Get this roundup directly in your inbox each weekday ― sign up for The Morning Email here.)




  • How Israel defends its nation

    How Israel defends its nationGaza launched rockets into Israel last week. Fox News host Pete Hegseth explores the terror tunnel found in Israel.




  • Trump administration announces 'largest ever' sanctions against North Korea

    Trump administration announces 'largest ever' sanctions against North KoreaIn the latest of a series of measures seeking to add pressure on North Korea over its nuclear programme, the US government is targeting more than 50 vessels, shipping companies and trade businesses with sanctions. The President announced the measures at the Conservative Political Action Conference, and was to be followed by a public announcement from the Treasury Department. “Today I am announcing that we are launching the largest-ever set of new sanctions on the North Korean regime,” Mr Trump said at the CPAC event outside of the Washington DC.




  • Grand Canyon crash that killed Britons happened on tribal land with fewer aviation regulations

    Grand Canyon crash that killed Britons happened on tribal land with fewer aviation regulationsInvestigators are continuing to probe what caused a helicopter to plunge into the Grand Canyon as it emerged that the crash happened on tribal land where air tours are not as highly regulated as those inside the national park itself. Three British tourists died when the helicopter went down early February. They were in Las Vegas to celebrate a birthday and took a helicopter sightseeing tour on the Hualapai reservation. Becky Dobson, 27, her boyfriend Stuart Hill, 30, and his brother, Jason Hill, 32-year-old lawyer died. Three friends and the pilot are in hospital where investigators want to interview them about what went wrong. Unlike the national park, air tours on the Hualapai reservation are not subject to federal regulations that restrict routes, impose curfews and cap the amount of flights over the Grand Canyon each year. The Federal Aviation Administration granted the Hualapai Tribe an exemption 18 years ago after finding that the regulations would harm the tribe's economy where tourism is a major driver. Most of the flights over the reservation originate from Las Vegas, and air tour operators aggressively market them. The pilots can fly between canyon walls and land at the bottom next to the Colorado River on the reservation, which isn't allowed at the park other than for emergency operations. Quartermaster Canyon locator The National Transportation Safety board says it can't say with any certainty yet what caused Saturday's crash. Gary Robb, an attorney who has represented crash victims for almost 40 years, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal it may take investigators as long as nine months to establish the cause of Saturday’s crash. “It’s too early to speculate, but early indications suggest that perhaps heavy gusts could have been a factor that drove the aircraft to strike a wall of the canyon,” he said. “The other possibility is some sort of in-flight mechanical issue, including an engine problem or main rotor blade fracture or defect. Stuart Hill and Becky Dobson died when a helicopter crashed in the Grand Canyon on Saturday Credit: facebook “You also cannot rule out human error, whether it be some sort of pilot incapacitation or neglect.” Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters said it is co-operating with the investigation and that it abides by flight safety rules and regulations that exceed those required by the Federal Aviation Administration. Saturday’s crash was its fourth fatal accident in the past 20 years, claiming eight lives.




  • Alabama postpones execution of inmate with damaged veins

    Alabama postpones execution of inmate with damaged veinsMONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama on Thursday halted the execution of an inmate who had argued that his veins were too damaged for lethal injection, because medical staff did not think they could connect the intravenous line by the time the death warrant expired at midnight.




  • Texas, Alabama halt executions, Florida puts inmate to death

    Texas, Alabama halt executions, Florida puts inmate to deathTexas Governor Greg Abbott commuted the death sentence of a convicted murderer less than an hour before he was set to be executed on Thursday, after the death row inmate's family begged for mercy and won a rare clemency recommendation. Florida executed a man convicted of the 1993 rape and murder of a college student, the state's Department of Corrections said. Alabama halted its planned execution on Thursday of a convicted murderer who has spent more than three decades on death row after his lawyers warned his failing health left him with veins that were unusable for a lethal injection.




  • Shepard Smith: People Go To Prison For What Jared Kushner Did

    Shepard Smith: People Go To Prison For What Jared Kushner DidWhite House senior aide Jared Kushner’s multiple omissions on required financial disclosure forms for his security clearance would “be a crime, punishable by prison” for other people, Fox News host Shepard Smith said Thursday.




  • This Las Vegas Airport Is Letting People Dump Their Marijuana Before Flying

    This Las Vegas Airport Is Letting People Dump Their Marijuana Before FlyingCannabis is legal in Nevada but still banned by the U.S. government




  • As The U.S. Looks To Australia For Hope On Guns, Its Laws Are Being Quietly Pulled Back

    As The U.S. Looks To Australia For Hope On Guns, Its Laws Are Being Quietly Pulled BackIn the wake of several mass shootings in the United States, including last week’s massacre of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, gun control advocates often point to Australia as an example of how a country can implement strong firearm laws to try to stop such carnage.




  • Parkland School Shooting: Coach Aaron Feis, Who Shielded Students From Bullets, Hailed a Hero at His Funeral

    Parkland School Shooting: Coach Aaron Feis, Who Shielded Students From Bullets, Hailed a Hero at His FuneralFootball coach Aaron Feis threw himself in front of students during Florida school massacre




  • Russia's Man In The White House

    Russia's Man In The White HouseFirst, did a presidential candidate compromise our interests in exchange for electoral help from a foreign adversary?




  • GOP Doing All It Can To Keep Pennsylvania's Gerrymandered Congressional Map

    GOP Doing All It Can To Keep Pennsylvania's Gerrymandered Congressional MapPennsylvania Republicans took another stab at blocking a court-ordered congressional map on Thursday by filing a new lawsuit that asks a three-judge federal panel to step in.




  • 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe: Bolder Looks and an Optional Diesel

    2019 Hyundai Santa Fe: Bolder Looks and an Optional DieselThe fourth-gen Santa Fe is once again offered in two sizes.




  • 13 Genius Ways To Use Ground Lamb

    13 Genius Ways To Use Ground Lamb




  • University experts to lead Puerto Rico storm death review

    University experts to lead Puerto Rico storm death reviewSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico's governor announced Thursday that a team of experts at George Washington University will lead an independent, in-depth review to determine the number of deaths caused by Hurricane Maria amid accusations that the U.S. territory has undercounted the toll.




  • 2-Year-Old Found in Trash Bag, Nearly Decapitated in Chicago Home: Police

    2-Year-Old Found in Trash Bag, Nearly Decapitated in Chicago Home: PoliceA person of interest was in custody Wednesday after police found the body of a 2-year-old boy in a Chicago home the day before.




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