• Trump hopes to meet North Korea leader next year

    Trump hopes to meet North Korea leader next year

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    The meeting, scheduled for this week in NY, she said, "will reconvene when our respective schedules permit". U.S. President Donald Trump says he expects to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un again sometime early next year and that his administration is "happy" with diplomatic efforts with Pyongyang.
  • Fly Jamaica flight OJ256 overruns runway at Georgetown Airport

    Fly Jamaica flight OJ256 overruns runway at Georgetown Airport

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    Six people are reportedly injured after a Toronto-bound flight made an emergency landing in Guyana, according to airline officials. There were 118 passengers, two children and eight crew on board the Fly Jamaica jet at the time of the accident, Minister of Public Infrastructure David Patterson said.
  • Broward County Election Practices Are ‘Nonsensical — Politico Reporter

    Broward County Election Practices Are ‘Nonsensical — Politico Reporter

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    Broward Elections Supervisor Brenda Snipes said she didn't know how many ballots remain to be counted, but all were being processed. His opponent, Bill Nelson , is also suing the state over uncounted ballots. That would be fine if elections supervisor Brenda Snipes were following the laws requiring transparency in the process, but she's not. He said officials performing the count do not have the necessary training to match signatures, and that similar laws in other states have been ...
  • Florida Governor's Race Poised for Mandatory Recount

    Florida Governor's Race Poised for Mandatory Recount

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    If that process shows a margin of less than 0.25 percentage points in any federal or state races , then Detzner would order a manual recount of what are known as under votes and over votes that would have to be completed by November 18. "It makes you wonder what's going on", Scherer said. Secretary of State Ken Detzner has not said whether one will be conducted. Democrat Nikki Fried clings to a lead of.04 percent over Republican Matt Caldwell in the race for the Cabinet post of ...
  • Boeing Issues Bulletin for 737 Max After Indonesia Jet Crash

    Boeing Issues Bulletin for 737 Max After Indonesia Jet Crash

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    The condition can even lead to "excessive nose-down attitude, significant altitude loss, and possible impact with terrain", the official noted. Jet Airways and SpiceJet now fly Boeing 737 MAX planes in India. One of the puzzling things about the accident is that the plane was flying in clear skies during daylight, so pilots should have been able to handle the issues they faced with airspeed and erroneous sensors, Cox said.
  • Whitaker was campaign chairman for Mueller witness

    Whitaker was campaign chairman for Mueller witness

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    Susan Collins, the Republican senator from ME, and one of the party's more moderate elected politicians, also praised Mr Sessions, saying he was "a leader of integrity who served our country well". Sessions had endured months of public abuse from Trump, who soured on Sessions because he recused himself from oversight of the Russian Federation investigation shortly after he arrived at the Justice Department.
  • Blow for Trump: Democrats seize control of House

    Blow for Trump: Democrats seize control of House

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    House Democrats are projected to win 229 seats and the Republicans 206 as a result of Tuesday's midterm elections , according to several networks such as NBC , ABC and FOX News . Speaker Joe Straus, a San Antonio Republican who ousted a fellow Republican with help from House Democrats in 2009, is retiring. "Tomorrow will be a new day in America", Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said at a victory party in Washington .
  • Teen accused of killing DeBary mother remains locked up

    Teen accused of killing DeBary mother remains locked up

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    WFTV reported that Ramos allegedly strangled his mother and they got into a fight over a "D" grade he received in school. Ramos went to school the next day as normal, before dialing 911 when he got home afterwards. Ramos' attorney, public defender Larry Powers, appointed by the court, did not have much to say and agreed with the judge's decision that probable cause existed to detain Ramos on the murder charge.
  • 1.4mn former felons will vote again in Florida

    1.4mn former felons will vote again in Florida

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    Those who committed sexual offenses or murder are excluded from having their ability to vote restored. Floridians voted Tuesday evening to restore the right to vote to some 1.4 million ex-felons in the state. Currently, there is no process in place for registering felons who have completed their sentence and paid their fines. Voters there upheld a law allowing use of state money to pay for low-income women to have abortions, and also reaffirmed a "sanctuary state" law forbidding law ...