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50 Years Ago Today, Apollo 8 Wished Earth A Merry Christmas Eve

Amid a year of trying times in American history, three men embarked on an unprecedented journey few other humans have, and after capturing unseen views of Earth, these NASA astronauts united the country with a Christmas message. On Christmas Eve 50 years ago, Frank Borman, Bill Anders and Jim Lovell were orbiting the moon on a mission to find the optimal ...

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Over 200 Dead, 800 Hundred Injured After Unexpected Volcanic Eruption Triggers Tsunami

Hundreds were left dead Saturday night in Indonesia after a tsunami struck one of the nation’s most populous areas. Scientists believe volcanic activity from a nearby volcano triggered underwater landslides. There was no seismic activity recorded in the area to preempt an evacuation, causing further devastation.  Waves unexpectedly crashed onto the beaches of Anak Krakatau island in Indonesia just past ...

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Don’t Want To Check That Carry-On? Be Ready To Pay More To Fly

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Airlines are getting creative in an effort to streamline their boarding process and get passengers on the plane faster, but many see the rules as a guise to charge customers more and satisfy those who pay more. The new boarding processes highlight the unique puzzle of getting paying customers onto the plane as quickly as possible while avoiding crammed aisles ...

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North Korea Issues Blunt Statement On Denuclearization

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North Korea issued a straightforward statement Thursday saying Pyongyang won’t denuclearize until the United States removes its nuclear threat from the region first. “The proper definition of denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is completely eliminating the American nuclear threat to North Korea before eliminating our nuclear capability,” commentary published by state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) declared. The United States and ...

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Wife Of Green Beret Charged With Murder: Our Enemies Are Watching

The wife of a former U.S. Army Green Beret charged with the premeditated murder of an Afghan while serving overseas in 2010 issued a staunch defense of her husband on Wednesday as his case garners national attention, warning the U.S. that “our enemy” is watching the situation unfold. Julie Golsteyn defended her husband, U.S. Army Major Matt Golsteyn, on CNN’s Newsroom with Brooke ...

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Marlboro Owners Just Made A $12.8 Billion Cash Deal With Juul

The makers of the cigarette giant Marlboro, Altria Group Inc., just invested $12.8 billion in start-up Juul Labs, giving the tobacco mogul a 35 percent stake in the e-cigarette company. Now one of Silicon Valley’s most valuable private companies, the Altria deal values Juul at $38 billion and guarantees Juul will stay completely independent, according to The Wall Street Journal. ...

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Ann Coulter Lays Into Trump Over Lack Of Border Wall

Conservative political commentator and bestselling author Ann Coulter, a staunch proponent of President Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall along the southern border, said Wednesday that she won’t vote for Trump in 2020 if the wall isn’t built, and neither will his supporters. Without mincing words to The Daily Caller’s Derek Hunter Wednesday morning, Coulter believes Trump will have ...

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Homelessness Up For Second Year In A Row

The Department of Housing and Urban Development issued an annual report to Congress on Monday, finding that despite a strong economy, homelessness in the United States has risen slightly for the second year in a row. After seven years of decline, homelessness in the U.S. rose about 0.3 percent to 552,830 people, according to HUD’s report. This is an increase ...

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US Service Member Dies In Non-Combat Related Incident In Afghanistan |

The NATO Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan announced Friday that an American solider has died in Afghanistan in a non-combat related incident. The incident occurred Thursday and is currently under investigation, the statement reads, but no additional details were provided. The service member’s identity will be withheld until 24 hours after the fallen’s family members are notified, as is Department ...

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Homeland Security ‘Begging Parents’ To Not Put ‘Their Children At Risk’ After 7-Year-Old Guatemalan Girl Dies Of Dehydration

A 7-year-old Guatemalan girl died hours after being taken into custody by Border Patrol officers in New Mexico for illegally crossing the border from Mexico with her father, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Thursday. The girl and her father were part of a larger group of 163 migrants who turned themselves in to Border Patrol agents on Dec. 6, according ...

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French Government Uses Terror Attack To Push Protesters To Go Home

The French government is reportedly calling on the so-called Yellow Vest movement to end their protests and give law enforcement a break as they continue to search for the suspect who allegedly opened fire at a crowded Christmas market on Tuesday, killing two and injuring 13 others. For weeks France has been engulfed in turmoil as hundreds of thousands of ...

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At-Large Suspect In Strasbourg Terror Attack Killed By Police

The suspect who allegedly opened fire at a crowded Christmas market in Strasbourg, France, killing three and injuring 13 others, was reportedly killed by police Thursday. A manhunt of some 720 police officers and other law enforcement members had been underway since 29-year-old Cherif Chekatt, who has at least 27 convictions in four European countries, escaped from the scene Tuesday. French authorities are telling NBC News that ...

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No Developments In Search For Colorado Mom Who Went Missing On Thanksgiving

The search for a missing Colorado mother expanded Sunday as police and family members dig for clues on the whereabouts of Kelsey Berreth, 29, who was last seen on Thanksgiving in the parking lot of a Safeway supermarket in Woodland Park, Colorado. Berreth, the mother of a 1-year-old girl, has not been seen for over two weeks, although her cellphone went ...

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Boeing Cancels Controversial Satellite Order Funded By China

Two Americans wanted to create a satellite in an effort to increase internet access in Africa, but their project quickly turned over into the hands of the Chinese government. Boeing, who was hired to build the satellite and knew of the Chinese government’s involvement in the project, reportedly announced Thursday it was cancelling the order. Boeing cited default for nonpayment, calling ...

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