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Jet slides off runway at O’Hare International Airport, no one hurt

Snow conditions have been blamed for causing the crash of an airplane on a runway at the O & # 39; Hare International Airport shortly after landing Saturday morning. Because of the weather conditions, United Airlines flight 656 from Phoenix to Chicago concrete surface, according to airline spokesman Natalie Noonan. No one was hurt, but the firefighters helped 129 passengers …

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Trump to Support DACA Protections for More Wall Funding

WASHINGTON – President Trump is planning Saturday to support the deportation protections for some undocumented immigrants in the US in exchange for $ 5.7 billion to build the southern border wall, White House officials said who are familiar with the decision. Mr. Trump is scheduled to make his announcement at 4:00 pm Assistants have cautioned that the announcement has already …

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Airport security: 8 tips for traveling during government shutdown

The partial closure of the government forced the agents of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to work without pay, leading to significant callouts, closure of terminals and longer screening lines at airports across the country. Travelers should follow these suggestions to successfully reach airport security checks in the middle of shutdown. Arriving early Passengers are always advised to arrive at …

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BuzzFeed’s stumble fuels doubts about the press, even if a few details are missing

Although the details of what was wrong are still vague, the seemingly flawed story of BuzzFeed News about Michael Cohen and President Trump is the highest misstep for a news organization during a period of intense and intense scrutiny of the press. 19659002] Reporters from the Guardian, CNN, McClatchy News, and other outlets have published controversial, suspect or non-validated stories …

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This is how much of the border wall has been built so far

And even if he gets all the money he wants from Congress this year, the wall will not be nearly finished. Contractors have replaced dilapidated fencing miles with more modern alternatives, but have not built barriers wherever they did not already exist. This could soon change. Construction is expected in February for a project that will bring 14 miles of …

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