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US troops killed in plane crashes skyrockets in 2017 
Even before the Navy cargo plane crash Wednesday, the number of U.S. troops killed in plane crashes had skyrocketed this year along with the total number of crashes overall compared to this point a year ago, a Fox News investigation has uncovered.

On the shadowlands of the frontier, a U.S. border agent plans his future in Mexico 
U.S. Border Patrol agent Ramiro Cordero has spent nearly two decades working on the border in Texas, part of the El Paso sector team responsible for intercepting migrants and drug smugglers flowing in from Mexico. On most Fridays, Cordero sheds his green ...

Egypt mosque attack leaves at least 235 dead in Sinai Peninsula 
CAIRO — At least 235 people were killed when gunmen opened fire and bombed a mosque in Egypt's volatile Sinai Peninsula on Friday. Government officials said 109 more had been injured in the attack — among the deadliest in Egypt's history. Images from ...

Retailers have high hopes for holiday sales despite threat of online shopping 
NEW YORK -- On this Black Friday, retailers have high hopes for the holiday shopping season. One hundred and sixty-four million Americans are expected to shop online or in stores this weekend, up from 154 million last year. There was the usual frenzy, but ...

Who is ‘Crocodile’ Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe’s new president? 
Zimbabwe may have rid itself of aging despot Robert Mugabe, but the country now finds itself in the jaws of “the Crocodile” — a former guerrilla fighter and despised henchman accused of overseeing the deaths of thousands of political opponents.

How evidence once thought destroyed helped free a man after 39 years behind bars for murder he didn't commit 
Decades into a life prison sentence without the possibility of parole, Craig Coley continued to insist he was innocent. The former restaurant night manager had fought unsuccessfully for years to overturn a conviction for a grisly double murder that had ...

Trump Names Budget Director Mulvaney Interim Head Of Consumer Agency 
Donald Trump has named his Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney the acting head of the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau in what’s bound to be a major showdown over the agency’s future. It’s a bureau that Mulvaney once derided as a ...

Amazon Merchants Continue to Find Ways to Cheat 
Hiring click-farms to game reviews spikes when buying peaks Marketplace pits millions of merchants in fight for billions Mike Molson Hart, who sells toys on Amazon.com Inc.’s marketplace, realized earlier this month something was amiss. His company’s ...

While eyes are on Russia, Sessions dramatically reshapes the Justice Department 
For more than five hours, Attorney General Jeff Sessions sat in a hearing room on Capitol Hill this month, fending off inquiries on Washington’s two favorite topics: President Trump and Russia. But legislators spent little time asking Sessions about the ...

Mueller Probe Looks at Mike Flynn’s Work on Documentary Targeting Exiled Turkish Cleric 
WASHINGTON—Special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating former White House national security adviser Mike Flynn’s work on an unfinished film financed by Turkish interests as part of its wider probe into whether Mr. Flynn improperly concealed ...

Matching cat hair leads to woman accused of mailing explosives to Obama, Texas governor 
FORT WORTH, Texas – A woman accused of mailing potentially deadly homemade bombs to then-President Barack Obama and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in 2016 was arrested, in part, due to cat hair, a cigarette box and an almost-destroyed shipping label bearing her ...

Trump says he turned down Time's 'Person of the Year' 
Washington (AFP) - US President Donald Trump on Friday said he turned down being named Time's "Person of the Year" after the magazine asked him for an interview and photo shoot but did not confirm he would be chosen. He tweeted: "Time Magazine called to ...

Ohio judge orders drug dealer to pay for funeral of teen who overdosed 
A judge has ordered a Cincinnati drug dealer, who authorities say was the source behind a teenager’s lethal overdose of fentanyl, to pay for the funeral costs. U.S. District Judge Michael Barrett sentenced Michael Chandler to nearly 17 years in prison ...

Dog rescued after chasing cat into 5-foot deep hole dug by tortoise 
One Arizona Fire Department was met with a menagerie of problems after a dog got stuck chasing a cat into a 5-foot deep hole dug by a tortoise. In fact, four different agencies from Chandler, Arizona were called in to help rescue Rubin the German schnauzer ...

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