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5 missing Marines declared dead in warplanes crash off Japan
5 missing Marines declared dead in warplanes crash off Japan

TOKYO (AP) - The U.S. military said Tuesday that five missing crew members have been declared dead after their refueling plane collided with a fighter jet last week off Japan's southern coast, and that search and recovery operations have been halted.

Thomas Markle shares emotional notes from estranged daughter Duchess Meghan
Thomas Markle shares emotional notes from estranged daughter Duchess Meghan

Duchess Meghan's dad, Thomas Markle, has shared family photos and handwritten notes to document their previously close bond. "Then it all fell apart."

Angry China summons US ambassador over arrest of tech exec Meng Wanzhou
Angry China summons US ambassador over arrest of tech exec Meng Wanzhou

China summoned the U.S. Ambassador there to protest the detention of a senior tech exec in Canada "at the unreasonable behest of the United States."

What next if UK MPs reject Brexit deal?
What next if UK MPs reject Brexit deal?

Prime Minister Theresa May appears likely to lose a historic vote on the Brexit deal she has struck with EU leaders in a crucial parliament vote on Tuesday. Defeat in the House of Commons is almost certain to lead to either a no-confidence vote from the opposition or a leadership challenge from within her own Conservative Party. EU leaders have rejected the prospect of renegotiating the withdrawal agreement itself but European sources speaking privately say tweaks in the accompanying declaration on post-Brexit ties might be possible.

Robert De Niro's Mueller Pitches Scary Bedtime Story To 'Eric Trump' On 'SNL'
Robert De Niro's Mueller Pitches Scary Bedtime Story To 'Eric Trump' On 'SNL'

Robert De Niro popped out of a closet on "Saturday Night Live" as Special

Deputy who died in Thousand Oaks shooting was killed by officer
Deputy who died in Thousand Oaks shooting was killed by officer's bullet

Police in Southern California are grappling with fresh pain one month after 12 people were killed in a mass shooting at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California. In the midst of their rapid response, a mistake was made that cost the life of a police officer. Jamie Yuccas reports.

President 'Individual-1' Trump Hasn't A Clue, But Twitter Wits Aim to School Him
President 'Individual-1' Trump Hasn't A Clue, But Twitter Wits Aim to School Him

President Donald Trump apparently doesn't have an inkling that he is

Read Michael Cohen Sentencing Recommendations From Robert Mueller
Read Michael Cohen Sentencing Recommendations From Robert Mueller

Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday did not recommend a specific sentence

Evacuations ordered in California amid mudslide and flash flood fears
Evacuations ordered in California amid mudslide and flash flood fears

Up to 10 inches of rain have fallen in the past eight days.

Audi unveils concept for forthcoming all-electric coupé
Audi unveils concept for forthcoming all-electric coupé

The German automaker's fully electric e-tron GT concept made its global debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, which opens to the public Friday, November 30, 2018. Volume production is scheduled to start in late 2020. The Audi e-tron GT concept is a fully electric four-door coupé that's particularly powerful. It has two separate electric motors, fitted on the front and rear axles, for system power of 434kW, equivalent to 590 horsepower.

Mexico says migrants have right to seek U.S. asylum, rejects closing border
Mexico says migrants have right to seek U.S. asylum, rejects closing border

Videgaray, who leaves office at the weekend, said the incoming Mexican government was also not planning to accept U.S. demands that it give asylum to the migrants, thousands of whom have arrived at the U.S.-Mexican border in caravans in recent weeks. Videgaray said the migrants were welcome to stay in Mexico while they waited to file asylum claims in the United States.

Tunisians stage first Arab protests against visiting Saudi crown prince
Tunisians stage first Arab protests against visiting Saudi crown prince

The protests were a rare occurrence for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom's de facto ruler who faces no overt criticism at home and who received lavish receptions earlier in his tour in visits to Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt. Since the 2011 "Arab Spring" uprising, which unseated several entrenched rulers in the region and triggered turmoil, Tunisia has undergone a democratic transition and is one of the few Arab countries to allow protests. Prince Mohammed was welcomed by Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi on arrival at Tunis airport, the presidency said, and the two went into talks shortly afterwards at Carthage Palace.

Russian TV shows detained Ukrainian sailors
Russian TV shows detained Ukrainian sailors

Russian state television on Monday aired images of Ukrainian sailors held by Moscow after it seized three of Kiev's ships in a confrontation at sea on the weekend. Russian forces boarded and captured the ships on Sunday, with Moscow accusing the vessels of illegally entering Russian waters off the coast of Crimea in the Kerch Strait despite warnings from a border guard ship. Ukraine and its Western allies say Russia illegally blocked the strait and acted against international law by grabbing the vessels and sailors.

Colts Neck mansion fire: Husband, wife, kids believed killed before fire, brother in custody
Colts Neck mansion fire: Husband, wife, kids believed killed before fire, brother in custody

The Monmouth County prosecutor said the four victims suffered "homicidal violence" before the Colts Neck fire was set.

Former UK Brexit minister Raab says PM May must change course on Brexit deal

Britain's former Brexit minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday that Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal was fatally flawed but she could still change course. Raab, who resigned on Thursday saying he could not support the deal, said he would back May if there was a confidence vote and that talk of a leadership challenge was distracting when the government should be focused on delivering Brexit. "I still think a deal could be done but it is very late in the day now and we need to change course," Raab told the BBC, adding that changes should be made before the deal is brought to parliament as lawmakers would not support it as it stands.

Trump says he has written answers to questions from special counsel
Trump says he has written answers to questions from special counsel

ABC News has learned the president objected to some of the questions from Robert Mueller; Trump said he hadn't submitted the answers yet.

Israel defence minister says resigning after Gaza ceasefire
Israel defence minister says resigning after Gaza ceasefire

Jerusalem (AFP) - Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman announced his resignation on Wednesday and called for early elections after a sharp disagreement over a Gaza ceasefire deal, throwing the government into turmoil.

Latino turnout up 174% in 2018 midterms elections, Democrats say
Latino turnout up 174% in 2018 midterms elections, Democrats say

Antonio Delgado won a House seat, beating first-term Republican Congressman John Faso. The Democratic party says a $30m investment in engaging Latino and other minority voters helped it achieve a net gain of 34 House seats and improve on 2014 turnout. Ben Ray Luján, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), said that compared to the previous midterm election, Latinos increased their participation by 174% in 2018.

Woolsey Fire damage coming into focus
Woolsey Fire damage coming into focus

Residents are returning home to find desolation after an evacuation order was lifted.

Stan Lee Created A Universe Where Everyone Could Be Super, Not Just Straight White Men
Stan Lee Created A Universe Where Everyone Could Be Super, Not Just Straight White Men

"Excelsior" in Latin translates to "ever upward," and it's the word that

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