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Newsday reports that inside the plane was Ben Krupinski, 70, who has built homes for wealthy and famous clients, including Martha Stewart and Billy Joel. Two bodies were recovered from the scene, WABC-TV reported. Crews aboard two commercial fishing boats in the area were asked to join in the search by authorities, according to Newsday .
  • Pushing the envelope: Why was Kim's letter for Trump so big?

    Pushing the envelope: Why was Kim's letter for Trump so big?

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    Mr. Trump told reporters after the meeting that it was a " very nice letter", minutes later clarifying that he hadn't opened it yet and could be in for a "surprise". The question of who will foot the bill for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's anticipated upcoming stay in Singapore is just one of the logistical issues that will need to be hammered out ahead of the June 12 summit.
  • G7 kicks trade dispute to upcoming summit

    G7 kicks trade dispute to upcoming summit

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    Mr Morneau has called that "absurd" because Canada is no security risk to the U.S., and he warned the tariffs will destroy jobs on both sides of the border. "Given that we export some pretty complex steel products to the United States, which are part of their national security programmes themselves, this reasoning that is given is wrong and therefore we believe unlawful".
  • Melania Trump's absence continues, skipping Camp David weekend

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    On May 14, Melania underwent "an embolisation procedure to treat a benign kidney condition" at Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre, reported her spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham. President Trump told Reuters Thursday that his wife is "in great shape" after her surgical procedure. Some say the language and tone of the tweet does not sound like Melania at all, and instead sounds more like something her husband would write.
  • Using satellites to count buildings in South China Sea

    Using satellites to count buildings in South China Sea

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    As we reported on Monday, two US Navy warships sailed within 12 nautical miles of islands claimed by China, prompting an angry response by Beijing . All activities of Taiwan in Vietnam's Truong Sa archipelago, including its live-fire drill on Ba Binh island from May 23-25, seriously violated Vietnam's sovereignty over the archipelago, threatened peace, stability and maritime safety and security, caused tensions and complicated the situation in the East Sea, she stressed.
  • Jury awards US family $4 in police killing

    Jury awards US family $4 in police killing

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    The only firearm that was found was a gun in Hill's pocket, which was unloaded. That convoluted verdict left Phillips wondering whether the jury, after about 10 hours of deliberations, understood what it was doing - and if so, whether the jurors saw the damage amount as some sort of punishment.
  • Trump confirms June 12 meeting with Kim in Singapore

    Trump confirms June 12 meeting with Kim in Singapore

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    Kim Yong Chol , whisked to the Oval Office by White House chief of staff John Kelly, is the most senior North Korean to visit in 18 years, a symbolic sign of easing tensions after fears of war escalated amid North Korean nuclear and missile tests last year.
  • Pedro Sanchez sworn in as new Spanish prime minister

    Pedro Sanchez sworn in as new Spanish prime minister

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    There were 169 no votes and one lawmaker abstained. A woman holds a poster with the photograph of Spain's Socialist party leader Pedro Sanchez as she gathers with other people outside the party headquarters in Madrid, Saturday, Oct. The reputation of Rajoy's Popular Party had been largely damaged after a court verdict said it was a beneficiary of a massive kickbacks-for-contracts scheme.
  • Trump crows as rosy jobs report underscores booming economy

    Trump crows as rosy jobs report underscores booming economy

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    To many traders it was clear that Trump was signaling the numbers would be good. At 8:30 a.m., the Labor Department indeed reported that the unemployment rate dropped in May to 3.8 percent as employers added 223,000 jobs last month. "Having wages inch higher, rather than gallop higher is good for the market", Crosby said, explaining that modest increases mean that the Federal Reserve won't have be to aggressive in raising interest rates to tamp down inflation.
  • UK's highest court to rule on Northern Ireland's strict abortion law

    UK's highest court to rule on Northern Ireland's strict abortion law

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    According to the Belfast Telegraph , Eleanor Crossey Malone, from socialist feminist movement Rosa, was one of those who took the pill in front of television cameras. The Labour leader is being urged to increase pressure on Theresa May to overhaul the strict laws in the province after Ireland's historic vote.
  • United States to impose steel, aluminum tariffs on EU, Canada, Mexico

    United States to impose steel, aluminum tariffs on EU, Canada, Mexico

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    Mr Gardiner urged the Government to "strongly respond" after US President Donald Trump signed off on a 25% levy on imported steel. As talks continue, Ross warned against any parties striking back. "If players in the world don't stick to the rule book, the system might collapse". The tariff rates are published by the U.S. International Trade Commission in the Harmonized Tariff Schedule, which lists U.S.
  • Red Cross says health crisis for Palestinians in Gaza of 'unprecedented magnitude'

    Red Cross says health crisis for Palestinians in Gaza of 'unprecedented magnitude'

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    A vote on the measure - which comes after weeks of urgent discussions but no agreement on any action about escalating violence in Gaza - was at one point expected Thursday evening. The United States, which has veto power in the council, will oppose such measures, Israeli Ambassador Danny Danon told reporters. Hamas did not launch long-range rockets at Israel's heartland, even as salvoes from Gaza interrupted daily life in small Israeli border communities.
  • Shotguns fired by police at funeral of Kashmir protester

    Shotguns fired by police at funeral of Kashmir protester

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    While the stone throwers have been charged for attempt to murder and rioting, the CRPF driver has been charged with rash driving. The incident took place on a day when the police made a decision to keep their men away from the mosque for "peaceful congregation" and "to avoid confrontation after previous Friday's deadly clashes".
  • China says reserves right to retaliate to USA actions against its investments

    China says reserves right to retaliate to USA actions against its investments

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    The Trump administration said that details of the tariffs and investment restrictions will be announced by the end of June and the proposal will be implemented "shortly thereafter". Trump's surprise announcement reflects his frustration at criticism of his earlier deal with Beijing, Eurasia analysts said in a report. "We'd rather have talks than tariffs", he said.
  • Russian Envoy: Deal Reached to Remove Iranian Forces From Golan

    Russian Envoy: Deal Reached to Remove Iranian Forces From Golan

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    A deconfliction zone, recognized by Moscow and Washington, has thus far protected American forces and their allies from Mr. Assad's push to bring the entire country back under his control. Assad, who is backed by Russian Federation and Iran, appears militarily unassailable in the war that has killed an estimated half a million people, uprooted around 6 million people in the country, and driven another 5 million overseas as refugees.
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    Lost ("lost"?) children and families torn apart at the border

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    Moderate Republicans have said they would not support it. Mr. Trump ended an Obama-era program that protected the Dreamers but it remains in effect due to federal court rulings . According to immigration officials, the number of families attempting to cross without documents decreased by 64 percent. Early this month, Sessions in a series of speeches announced that anyone crossing the border illegally would be jailed and criminally prosecuted under US law.