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North Korea announces end to missile testing

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un announced Friday that his country will be suspending missile testing and closing a nuclear test site, several reports said. "From April 21, North Korea will stop nuclear tests and launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles," the Korean Central News Agency said, according to Yonhap News. 

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Man stole Coors beer truck, led cops on chase, police say

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A homeless man dressed only in American flag shorts was arrested Thursday after allegedly stealing a truck full of beer and leading police on a highway chase, authorities in Northern California say. 

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One student injured in Florida high school shooting

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FoxNews.com - At least one student was injured in a shooting at a Florida high school Friday and a suspect was in custody, police said.  The Marion County Sheriff's Office said the incident occurred at Forest High School in Ocala, Fla. School board member Nancy Stacey confirmed to Fox News that the suspected gunman and person injured are both students. The student was allegedly shot in the ankle and was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

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Comey memos released

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- Eight days after he was sworn in as president, Donald Trump told then-FBI Director James Comey during a one-on-one dinner at the White House that he "needed loyalty and expected loyalty," according to a memo Comey made following their conversation, one of numerous memos released to lawmakers and obtained by Fox News on Thursday evening.

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Missing WWII German submarine found after nearly 73 years lost at sea

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A German submarine from World War II-- rumored to have been used to transport Nazi leadership to South America following the war-- has been located nearly 73 years after being lost at sea.

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Barbara Bush, former first lady, dead at 92

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Foxnews.com-- With her cloud of snow-white hair, signature three strand pearls and compelling presence, Barbara Bush's image was what she laughingly called "everybody's grandmother." But the feisty, outspoken Bush was also a tireless advocate for literacy , an author, experienced campaigner and both wife and mother of a U.S. president. 

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Former ace Navy pilot ID’d as hero who landed damaged Southwest flight: report

Southwest pilot Tammie Jo Shults was praised for landing the Dallas-bound Flight 1380 Tuesday after one of its engines blew mid-air at 32,000 feet. Southwest pilot Tammie Jo Shults was praised for landing the Dallas-bound Flight 1380 Tuesday after one of its engines blew mid-air at 32,000 feet.
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Fox News The Southwest Airlines pilot who made an emergency landing Tuesday after the jet blew an engine and lost a window at 32,000 feet was one of the first female pilots to fly with the U.S. Navy, The New York Post reported. Tammie Jo Shults, 56, was calm as she navigated the damaged Dallas-bound jet, Flight 1380, to an emergency landing in Philadelphia, the report said. 

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Starbucks closing 8,000 US stores on May 29 to conduct 'racial bias training'

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Foxnews.com -- Starbucks is planning to follow up on its CEO’s promise to implement “unconscious bias” training by closing more than 8,000 company-owned stores across the U.S. on May 29 to conduct “racial bias training,” per a Starbucks news release.

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1 dead after Southwest Airlines plane's engine explodes

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FoxNews.com -  One person died Tuesday after a Southwest Airlines plane made an emergency landing in Philadelphia after it experienced engine failure, officials said. Seven others who were aboard Flight 1380, which was headed from LaGuardia Airport in New York City to Dallas' Love Field, suffered minor injuries, but were not transported to the hospital. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) confirmed one person was killed in the incident.

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Southwest passengers terrified in attempted landing during storm

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Foxnews.com -- Passengers on a Southwest Airlines flight from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. to New Orleans Saturday prepared for the worst as the plane attempted to land in a storm.

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Man's Frostbitten Toes to Become Garnish at Famous Canadian Bar

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A British explorer who lost his toes to frostbite has decided to donate the detached digits to a bar in the Yukon Territory — where they’ll be used to garnish the establishment’s signature (and gruesome) Sourtoe Cocktail.

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Trump announces U.S. military strikes in Syria

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Foxnews.com -- President Trump on Friday announced that he has approved military strikes in Syria against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. 

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Would you try a tarantula burger?

A burger chain is taking their burgers to a whole new level. They're offering a tarantula burger to hungry guests. Would YOU try one? 

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Governor Greitens tweets response to report

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Jefferson City, MO -- The investigation into the invasion of privacy charge against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens reaches new heights Thursday.

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Stranger on plane adopts struggling woman's baby after 'chance encounter'

When Samantha Snipes found out she was pregnant at the age of 24, she was convinced her allegedly abusive boyfriend would change his ways. 

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President Trump signs McCaskill landmark bipartisan anti-trafficking bill into law

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Washington, D.C. -- President Trump signed into law a landmark, bipartisan anti-sex trafficking bill Wednesday championed by U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, and recently passed 97-2 by the Senate.

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House Speaker Paul Ryan will not run for re-election

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FoxNews.com -  House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., announced Wednesday that he is not seeking re-election in November -- a move that ends a nearly two decade career in Congress and comes as the GOP girds for a tough fight to keep control of the House this year.

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Olympian Donates 200 Pairs of Shoes to Students

Olympian Jenny Simpson represented the United States in three Olympic games and won a bronze medal in the 2016 Olympics.  Now Simpson works with the rising New York Road Runners to get shoes onto children's feet around the nation. 

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Video captures girls jumping off balcony to escape fire

A four-alarm fire in Edgewater, New Jersey sent several girls jumping from a dance studio balcony. The intense videos capture the chaotic scene as people rescued the girls from inside. 

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Backpage.com founders accused of promoting prostitution, money laundering

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The founders of Backpage.com, the notorious website best known for hosting sex and prostitution-related classified advertisements, have been indicted with five other people on federal charges, the Justice Department announced Monday.

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US soldier in firefighter gear surprises daughters after yearlong deployment in Afghanistan

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A U.S. soldier pulled off a sweet reunion Easter weekend when he dressed as a firefighter to surprise his daughters after a yearlong deployment in Afghanistan. 

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Panera Bread data breach exposes customer records

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Panera Bread on Monday said it has resolved a security flaw on its website that exposed the data of thousands of customers, but denied the data breach exposed a “large number of records,” despite a report that the vulnerability may have leaked the personal data of millions of customers.

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Missouri man's sudden death during Colorado family ski trip sparks social media movement

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Feeling under the weather, James went to a nearby urgent care Saturday morning. Doctors told him he had the flu and to take it easy. His parents and his girlfriend planned to go out to dinner that night, but James decided to stay behind and rest in the condo, hoping he would recover quickly.

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School bus driver suspended after leaving first-grader on bus for eight hours

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 A bus driver in the University City School District is off the job after leaving a first-grade student alone on the bus for several hours Tuesday in the rain and cold.

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Six children feared dead after SUV plunged off California cliff; 2 women killed

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 Investigators made a grim announcement Wednesday in the hunt for relatives after an SUV plummeted off a cliff in Northern California: six children were feared dead, along with two women. 

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Trump to replace David Shulkin with Adm. Ronny Jackson as Veterans Affairs secretary

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President Trump on Wednesday announced his intention to replace Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin with Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, who currently serves as physician to the president. It marked the latest in a string of swift White House replacements over recent months.

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Kim Jong Un meets with Chinese leader on 'unofficial visit,' state media says

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 North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un met with Chinese President Xi Jinping on an "unofficial visit" to Beijing, China's state-run media reported late Tuesday. The North Korean leader is expected to hold separate summits with South Korea in late April and the U.S. in May.

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Dow plunges 345 points as tech shares drag

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FoxBusiness.com -- Stocks reversed course and posted red ink Tuesday, with the Dow plunging more than 300 points, as technology names such as Twitter and Facebook dragged on the market. 

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Packages with explosive material sent to military installations in DC area

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Multiple suspicious packages containing explosive material were sent to at least three military installations in the Washington, D.C. area, a senior defense official told Fox News Monday. 

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Iowa family found dead in Mexico likely killed by water heater gas leak

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 A water heater that “was leaking gas, maybe from use or lack of maintenance" was likely the source of the toxic fumes that led to the deaths of an Iowa family last week in their Mexican vacation home, one of the country’s prosecutors revealed Monday. 

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Orlando nightclub shooter's father, an FBI informant, brushed off son's terror comments

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The Orlando nightclub shooter's dad – revealed to be an FBI informant – told authorities who were investigating Omar Mateen before the attack that pro-terror comments the would-be gunman made to coworkers were just examples of him “being stupid," an agent testified Monday.

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Linda Brown, center of Brown v. Board case, dead at 76

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Linda Brown, the woman who was at the center of the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education decision that ended school segregation, has died at age 76.

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Father, son killed in collapse inside silo at Wisconsin farm

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A father of five and his 14-year-old son were killed Saturday after the grain inside a silo at their Wisconsin dairy farm collapsed and trapped the pair, officials said. It took 45 minutes until the father and son were able to be pulled free, fire officials said.

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