Plane Veers off Runway at LaGuardia Air

(ABC) New York — A plane veering off the runway at New York’s LaGuardia Airport was lifted and moved overnight on Friday, but now investigators are trying to find out what happened. A Delta Plane from Atlanta crashed through a fence and landed with its nose just feet from the freezing water Thursday morning. The … Continue reading »

Harrison Ford Survives Plane Crash

(ABC) SANTA MONICA, CA. — Film actor Harrison Ford is recovering in the hospital Friday morning after crash landing his plane into a Santa Monica golf course Thursday. Authorities said the 72-year old lost engine power and was attempting a return to Santa Monica Airport. Eye witnesses described the scene where emergency personnel were wheeling … Continue reading »

Michael Brown’s Parents to Speak on DOJ

(CNN) — The family of Michael Brown is set to speak Thursday at a news conference in Ferguson, Missouri. It comes one day after the Justice Department announced it will not bring criminal charges against the officer sho shot and killed the unarmed teenager in August of last year. Brown’s parents are also likely to … Continue reading »

U.S. Ambassador Attacked in South Korea

(CNN) — Police said the man accused of attacking a U.S. Ambassador with a knife in South Korea has a troubling history. Kim Ki-Jong was seen shouting to reporters as he was being taken to a hospital after the attack, yelling that military drills between the U.S. and South Korea “must stop.” In 2010, Kim … Continue reading »

Obamacare Back Before the Supreme Court

MEDFORD, Ore. —  The Supreme Court is closely divided Wednesday after hearing heated arguments over President Obama’s health care law. At least four justices appeared unconvinced about a challenge to the law that could eliminate tax credits used by millions of Americans to pay insurance premiums. Justices are trying to determine whether people in states where … Continue reading »

DOJ Finds Discrimination In Ferguson

(CNN) — The U.S. Department of Justice said its found a “pattern and practice” of discrimination against African Americans in Ferguson, Missouri’s police department and municipal court systems. The investigation was sparked by protests following the deadly shooting of Michael brown by White police officer, Darren Wilson. The report said between 2012 and 2014, African … Continue reading »

Marathon Bombing Suspect’s Trial Starts

(CNN) — After weeks of vetting more than 1,300 potential candidates, a jury is now in place and opening arguments are set to begin Wednesday morning in the trial of Dzhokar Tsarnaev. On April 15th, 2013 two bombs exploded as runners crossed the finish line of the Boston Marathon. The FBI said the bombs were inside … Continue reading »

Snowden Ready to Return to the U.S.

CNN — The lawyer for Edward Snowden says his client is ready to return to the United States. Snowden has lived in Russia since he leaked thousands of classified documents to media outlets. The lawyer said Snowden received a guarantee from Attorney General Eric Holder that he will not face the death penalty if he … Continue reading »

Funding for DHS Hangs In The Balance

(CNN) — Congress has just days left to pass a bill funding the Department of Homeland Security. Last Friday, they voted to extend funding for another seven days, which runs out this Friday. Republicans and Democrats are fighting over whether the legislation should include a move to stop funding for the President’s executive actions on … Continue reading »

Israeli PM Addressing Congress

(ABC) Washington, D.C. — The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to speak before Congress Tuesday morning. His anticipated speech is exposing deep tensions because it came at the invitation of Congressional Republicans, who did not involve or inform The White House. Netanyahu sought to downplay the controversy during his first appearance before a … Continue reading »

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