Surprise Trump DMZ visit scrapped due to poor weather

Surprise Trump DMZ visit scrapped due to poor weather

President Trump has scrapped a surprise visit to the Korean demilitarized zone due to poor weather.  Marine One flew most of the way from Seoul to the DMZ before turning back due to poor weather conditions. Weather reports from near the DMZ showed misting conditions and visibility below one mile.   The White House said Mr. Trump is disappointed the surprise trip to the DMZ was thwarted. Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters, “I…

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Trump’s surprise visit to the DMZ scrapped due to poor weather

Trump’s surprise visit to the DMZ scrapped due to poor weather

President Trump has scrapped a surprise visit to the Korean demilitarized zone due to poor weather.  Marine One flew most of the way from Seoul to the DMZ before turning back due to poor weather conditions. Weather reports from near the DMZ showed misting conditions and visibility below one mile.   The White House said Mr. Trump is disappointed the surprise trip to the DMZ was thwarted. Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters, “I…

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Air Force veterans among those killed in church shooting

Air Force veterans among those killed in church shooting

SUTHERLAND SPRING, Texas — As the investigation continues into the mass shooting at a church in South Texas, CBS News is learning more about the victims who were gunned down. Like the 26-year-old killer, some of the dead were U.S. Air Force veterans. Their deaths are in stark contrast to the lives they lived — lives defined by a love for God and serving their country. Shani and Robert Corrigan Facebook Robert Corrigan and his wife,…

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Court rules in favor of museum in Norman Rockwell paintings case

Court rules in favor of museum in Norman Rockwell paintings case

Last Updated Nov 7, 2017 7:42 PM EST PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Norman Rockwell spent much of his life in New England capturing the sweet and sentimental in small-town America, which paints the protests at the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, with a certain irony. Rockwell donated two works to the museum including his masterpiece, “Shuffleton’s Barbershop.” Tom Rockwell, Norman’s grandson, said there is “no question” that when Norman Rockwell donated the paintings, it was with…

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What’s on the minds of voters in Virginia and New Jersey?

What’s on the minds of voters in Virginia and New Jersey?

Last Updated Nov 7, 2017 7:23 PM EST By Fred Backus and Jennifer De Pinto Virginia and New Jersey Most voters in Virginia and New Jersey made up their minds long before today in the nation’s only two gubernatorial election contests Tuesday, according to early exit poll results coming out of those two states.  In fact, most voters in both states said they made up their minds before October as to who they would vote…

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Exit polls: What’s on the minds of voters in Virginia and New Jersey?

Exit polls: What’s on the minds of voters in Virginia and New Jersey?

Last Updated Nov 7, 2017 8:34 PM EST By Fred Backus and Jennifer De Pinto Virginia and New Jersey Most voters in Virginia and New Jersey made up their minds long before today in the nation’s only two gubernatorial election contests Tuesday, according to early exit poll results coming out of those two states.  In fact, most voters in both states said they made up their minds before October as to who they would vote…

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Leaked docs spark ethics accusation against Prince Charles

Leaked docs spark ethics accusation against Prince Charles

Prince Charles faced accusations of a conflict of interest Tuesday after leaked financial documents showed he advocated for an issue that may have benefited a company that counted his estate among its investors, the BBC reports. While Charles, a longtime environmental advocate, campaigned for changes to two key climate change agreements between 2007 and 2008, his estate, known as the Duchy of Cornwall, was invested in a Bermuda-based company that wanted the same changes, according…

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Former MLB star Roy Halladay killed in plane crash

Former MLB star Roy Halladay killed in plane crash

Last Updated Nov 7, 2017 5:47 PM EST HOLIDAY, Fla. — Authorities say former MLB pitcher Roy Halladay is dead after his plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. He was 40. The plane crashed around noon Tuesday near Holiday, Florida, where first responders found Halladay’s body, Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco said in a news conference.  The National Transportation Safety Board was heading to the scene of the crash and will lead…

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She’s hiring 3,000 people this year — here’s her interview advice

She’s hiring 3,000 people this year — here’s her interview advice

Over the past 10 years, Panasonic of North America has transformed itself from a maker of clock radios and televisions for consumers into a source of cutting-edge technology to other companies. Among its growing businesses, Panasonic supplies lithium-ion battery cells for Tesla vehicles and solar cells for the company’s solar roofs. As Panasonic prepares to celebrate its 100th anniversary next year, it is rapidly expanding its U.S. workforce. Panasonic North America will make over 3,000…

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5 groups who may get no relief from the GOP tax bill

5 groups who may get no relief from the GOP tax bill

Getty Images/iStockphoto Republicans say they want their tax code to give middle-class Americans a break, but some analysts are warning a few vulnerable groups may not get relief. The biggest winners under the GOP tax plan, released on Thursday, are corporations and the rich, according to both the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy and the Center for American Progress. The richest 1 percent of US households would receive 31 percent of the tax cut…

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