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Theater standout dies in airboat crash one day after graduation

A musical theater major at the University of Miami died in an airboat crash in the Florida Everglades on Saturday, just one day after her graduation. Three other members of Ellie Goldenberg’s family were in the boat and were also ejected. Goldenberg’s younger sister suffered minor injuries, according to the Miami Herald, but her parents were not hurt. Steven George ...

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Trump's sharing of info with Russia may have deadly repercussions

President Trump’s reported sharing of classified information with Russian diplomats could have far-ranging consequence, including the potential loss of lives and the likely loss of key intelligence sources. Trump discussed sensitive state secrets about ISIS with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during a White House meeting last week, The Washington Post reported Monday, including disclosures ...

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Small plane carrying two adults, children vanishes near Bahamas

A small plane carrying two New Yorkers and two children have vanished 37 miles east of the Bahamas, officials said Tuesday. The plane, carrying Jennifer Blumin, Nathan Ulrich and Blumin’s two sons, ages 4 and 10, disappeared from Miami Traffic Control’s radar about 2:10 p.m. Monday, officials said. The MU-2B plane, a twin-engine turboprop aircraft that can carry up to ...

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Harlem woman charged with murder for stabbing boyfriend to death

A woman accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death inside a Harlem homeless shelter was charged with murder Tuesday, police said. Tania Rodas, 37, allegedly knifed the 38-year-old victim in the upper chest inside room 412 of the Park View Hotel, a couple’s shelter on Central Park North near Lenox Ave., about 6:50 p.m. Monday, official said. Medics took Rodas’ ...

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Crooks stole $600G from two seniors to fund lavish lifestyle

A pair of swindlers scammed two senior citizens out of nearly $ 600,000 so they could bankroll their lavish lifestyles and addiction to fancy shoes, authorities said. Crocodile leather sneakers, blue suede kicks and Christian Louboutin shoes were just some of the footwear allegedly purchased in the crime, according to court papers. Tavoy Malcolm even used her Instagram account to ...

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Dave Chappelle regrets telling people to ‘give Trump a chance'

Dave Chappelle isn’t giving President Trump a chance anymore. The comedian said Tuesday night that he regretted advising people to give the newly elected president a shot when he hosted “Saturday Night Live” just days after the election. “I was the first guy on TV to say ‘Give Trump a chance.’ I f–ked up. Sorry,” Chappelle said at the Robin ...

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Trump defends sharing classified intel with Russian officials

President Trump appeared to defend his sharing of classified information with Russia — even as Russia and the White House refuted aspects of the reported discussion. “As President I wanted to share with Russia (at an openly scheduled W.H. meeting) which I have the absolute right to do, facts pertaining … to terrorism and airline flight safety. Humanitarian reasons, plus ...

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Shouting reportedly heard near White House office

Around Spice, everyone can hear you scream. As the Trump White House continues to endure yet another evening in crisis mode, this perhaps its darkest night of the soul yet, reporters assigned to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue say tensions are running high. Following the briefest of briefings in which National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster publicly addressed the report that President Trump ...

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Brooklyn judge sanctions city lawyer over disastrous deposition

A Brooklyn federal magistrate judge objected to the 600 objections a lawyer made during a deposition, and now the city is going to pay for it. Assistant Corporation Counsel Amatullah Booth, a city lawyer, took defense to a new level when NYPD officer John Essig was questioned in a September 2016 deposition. Lawyers for Hector Cordero brought in Essig to ...

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Investigator says murdered DNC staffer contacted WikiLeaks

Nearly a year after the unexplained murder of a Democratic National Committee staffer, a private investigator hired by the victim’s family says he has some key information. Staffer Seth Rich’s violent death prompted several conspiracy theories considering his political ties and according to Rod Wheeler, there’s at least some certainty on if Rich was communicating with WikiLeaks. “Absolutely. Yeah. That’s ...

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