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Robert Friend, one of last original Tuskegee Airmen, dead at 99

Robert Friend, who has 142 combat missions in World War II as a member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, died Friday. He was 99. Friend's daughter, Karen Friend Crumlich, told the Desert Sun newspaper her father died at a hospital in Long Beach, Calif. The cause of death was not disclosed. "My dad was my hero. He was always there …

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While responding to call has died, suspect in custody: police

A Missouri officer shot while responding to a call in North St. Louis County has died and has been in custody, according to police. Officer Michael Langsdorf, who has been with the North County Police Cooperative for three months, has been identified as the officer who was shot and killed while responding to a business for a bad check report, …

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Supreme Court recommended to decide on the census issue

The Supreme Court must make its expected decision as to whether the Trump administration may include a citizenship question on the 2020 census. The issue has been the subject of several legal challenges when it was announced early 2018. And a courtroom twist this past week added a new drama that could affect the Census Bureau's timeline for completion and …

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The community kills 7 killed in New Hampshire

CLOSE The New Hampshire police said seven people were killed and three injured Friday when a truck collided with several motorcycles on a two-way road. Wochit The tight motorcycle community reeling Sunday after a terrible collision left seven people dead and three injured in a distant area of ​​northern New Hampshire. The group of 10 motorcycles collided with a pickup …

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"We'll see what happens" with 9/11 victims fund

President Trump said he was "impressed" with Jon Stewart's emotional testimony of continuing health care for 9/11 respondents before a house panel, but sidestepped a question of whether he would lead Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to ensure the passage of the bill in his chamber. Host Chuck Todd asked the president during an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press" …

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& # 39; We all feel it & # 39;

RANDOLPH, NH (AP) – Investigators urged the public on Saturday to provide information that would help them decide why a trailer that drove a trailer collided with a group of 10 motorcycles on a rural road and killed seven motorcyclists. Crash in distant northern New Hampshire involved members of Marine JarHeads, a motorcycle club that includes marines and their spouses, …

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Pence: "All options remain on the table" after nixed Iran strike

Vice President Pence joined the National Security Adviser John Bolton to warn Iran not to interpret US military restraint as a sign of weakness and doubled on the will of the United States to take necessary action. Pence made it clear in the aftermath of President Trump's decision to stop a potential strike against Iran in response to the Islamic …

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Democratic candidates do well, try to stand out in the South Carolina Convention

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Since Friday night, a few days and two states removed from the first democratic debate, 21 of the 23 candidates were nominated for their party's presidential election. They made sweats through matching T-shirts for pictures with Rep. James E. Clyburn (S.C.), who hosted their famous fishing steps. Some threw arms around each other. Almost all shared laughs. …

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