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US Coast Guard rescues 2 ice fishermen who fell through ice in Saginaw Bay

The U.S. Coast Guard rescued two ice fishermen who fell through ice Friday evening in the Saginaw Bay while riding an ATV back to shore. The Coast Guard received a call at about 8 p.m. from one of the men. More Headlines Michigan DNR offers ice safety tips as weather conditions change Authorities recover body of ATV [...]

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US Marines Top Dog: US Conducting ‘Prudent’ Planning for War …

During an appearance before the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Neller said “I think the biggest thing everybody’s done is just look at, get familiar with the geography, get familiar with the plans and do some logistical preparation — that’s just prudent.” The commandant did not pull any punches in his description of a second Korean War: “It will be [...]

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Remembering 1968: The Tet Offensive

1968 was a year like no other, and throughout this year “Sunday Morning” will be taking occasional looks back.  We begin this morning in Vietnam, with the Tet Offensive, which began 50 years ago this coming Tuesday. David Martin has the story of the conflict in one frontline city: The 26-day battle for Hue was [...]

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US War With North Korea Would Be ‘Really Tough’ to Win, Says Top Marine

The commander of the U.S. Marine Corps warned about the realities of getting into a war with North Korea, a militarized state that vowed to continue developing nuclear and ballistic weapons despite international pressure. Addressing the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies, four-star Marine Corps General Robert Neller said Thursday that the U.S. military was already preparing [...]

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Trump seems to think that a low black unemployment rate proves he is not racist

President Trump has been accused of holding racist views toward black people for more than 40 years. Long before he launched his presidential campaign, he was sued by the federal government for discriminating against black people in his housing developments. So for some Americans long aware of his history, which included advocating the execution of five black [...]

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Russians Brave Icy Temperatures to Protest Putin and Election

Mr. Navalny was detained before he reached the several thousand demonstrators gathered in Pushkin Square in central Moscow and other main avenues closer to the Kremlin. Video footage showed police officers, who over all were far more restrained than during previous demonstrations, tackling him and dragging him onto a bus. ?????????? ??????????! (????????) Video by [...]

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No, Ivanka Trump didn’t stop José Andrés from getting into a party. Here’s what really happened.

If there’s a simple lesson in all of this, said Cafe Milano owner Franco Nuschese, it’s talk before you tweet. On Saturday night, Nuschese’s fellow restaurateur José Andrés claimed via Twitter that he was denied entry to an exclusive event at Cafe Milano. Andrés, who spent nearly two years in a legal battle with President Trump and has staunchly criticized [...]

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Four people shot dead outside a self-serve car wash

Four people were killed early Sunday in a shooting outside a self-serve car wash in a rural western Pennsylvania town when a man wearing body armor and wielding three guns, including an AR 15 semiautomatic assault rifle, opened fire on them, according to Pennsylvania authorities. The shooting in Melcroft in Fayette County, about 55 miles [...]

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Grammys 2018 Preview: Here’s what you need to know

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards will air live tonight from New York City’s Madison Square Garden — the first time in 15 years that Music’s Biggest Night will originate from the Big Apple. James Corden hosts the show, which begins at 7:30 p.m. ET. Of course, there are so many Grammy categories that many will [...]

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Republicans Show Little Urgency on Legislation to Protect Mueller

“It’s pretty clear to me that everybody in the White House knows it would be the end of President Trump’s presidency if he fired Mr. Mueller,” Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, said on ABC’s “This Week.” Mr. Graham, who has drafted one of two bipartisan bills to protect Mr. Mueller, said he would [...]

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