Malaysia Flight Declared an “Accident”

BEIJING — Families of the Malaysia Airlines flight 370 victims gathered outside the Malaysian embassy this morning to hear the latest news about the missing plane. The Malaysian government has officially announcing its conclusion that the flight and everyone on board is lost. The search for the missing plane will still continue; however, the announcement … Continue reading »

Clinton Agrees to Testify About Benghazi

WASHINGTON D.C. (CNN) — Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is preparing to again testify about the Benghazi attack. The 2012 attack against the U.S. diplomatic outpost in the Libyan city killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens. Republicans have accused the Obama Administration of not doing enough to protect the Americans in Libya. Clinton last … Continue reading »

Civil Rights Heroes Exonerated

Rock Hill, S.C. (CNN) — 54 years after their arrest, a group of black men known as the “Friendship Nine” have been exonerated. This week, a judge reviewed the case of the first civil rights activists to serve jail time for sitting at an all-white lunch counter in South Carolina, pioneering the civil rights movement’s … Continue reading »

Search for Bodies Continues in Indonesia

INDONESIA — Search operations to recover bodies and wreckage from the AirAsia flight crash will continue Wednesday, despite Indonesia’s military backing out of the mission. The military said it’s halting its involvement in the search, including attempts to locate and raise the fuselage from the Java Sea. But, Indonesia’s Search and Rescue Agency will continue … Continue reading »

Potential Prisoner Swap With ISIS

(CNN) — There is new information on the case of two hostages being held captive by the terror group ISIS. In Jordan, State-Run TV is reporting the government is ready to make a prisoner swap with the terror group. It said officials are prepared to free the Iraqi woman convicted of terrorism in Jordan. Officials said … Continue reading »

Trial On Hold For Bombing Suspect

(CNN) — Jury selection in the trial against the man accused of setting off bombs at the Boston Marathon will be on hold Tuesday. The judge said the court will skip proceedings Tuesday because of the Blizzard ravaging the East Coast and parts of Boston. He said the court could be out on Wednesday, as … Continue reading »

Fidel Castro Speaks About U.S./Cuba

(CNN) — For the first time since the United States began talks with Cuba on restoring diplomatic ties, former Cuban President Fidel Castro is speaking out. The 88-year old released a message in Cuba’s State Newspaper that said he “does not trust U.S. policies” but that doesn’t mean he would oppose a peaceful solution to … Continue reading »

U.S. Closes Yemen Embassy Amid Upheaval

(CNN) — The United States has launched a fresh drone strike on Yemen and closed its embassy to the public, days after the U.S.-backed government crumbled under an uprising from Shiite Houthi rebels. The drone strike — the latest in a long string of them by the Obama administration — is the first since last … Continue reading »

Drone Crashed on White House Grounds

Washington (CNN)– The U.S. Secret Service is interviewing a “person of interest” after a drone crashed on the White House grounds early Monday morning as part of its investigation into the incident, a law enforcement official said. The Secret Service locked down the White House shortly after 3 a.m. after an officer on the south … Continue reading »

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