Plane Crash In New Jersey–Two Missing


CrashA pilot and co-pilot aboard a Learjet that crashed Monday afternoon near Teterboro Airport in New Jersey were "missing," Carlstadt Mayor Craig Lahullier said.

Earlier Carlstadt Police said the pilot and co-pilot died in the crash. But hours later, Carlstadt Deputy Police Chief Thomas Berta told reporters local authorities couldn’t immediately confirm any deaths.

Washington Post: Trump shared classified info to Russians


President Donald Trump shared highly classified information with the Russian foreign minister and Russian ambassador to the US in a White House meeting last week, according to The Washington Post.

The White House scrambled to respond to the report Monday night, issuing several statements before sending H.R. McMaster, Trump’s national security adviser who participated in the meeting, out to speak with White House reporters.

Nigerian church collapses, 160 dead, says hospital director


Nigeria-church_w504Metal girders and the roof of a crowded church collapsed onto worshippers in southern Nigeria, killing at least 160 people with the toll likely to rise, a hospital director said Sunday.

A day of horror. A night of protests and vigils; anger and sorrow.


7-9-2016 12-34-23 PM`Protests took place in cities across the country on Friday to condemn police brutality. In Atlanta, some demonstrators blocked a highway and in Phoenix police used tear gas and pepper spray to break up a protest.

Serena Williams wins Wimbledon to tie Open era record with 22nd Slam title


7-9-2016 11-43-27 AMSerena Williams just keeps on making history and it’s hard to keep up. Here are 5 of her biggest feats.

West Indies wins Women’s World Twenty20


643xNx97fc15bad3f35ca99c496b58aaebf2ef-Women.jpg.pagespeed.ic.O-1ebC1CYYSet 149 to win, the Windies cruised to victory with eight wickets in hand thanks to a 120-run opening stand between captain Stafanie Taylor (59 off 57) and 18-year-old Hayley Matthews (66 off 45).

NYC under travel ban from deadly East Coast snowstorm


635891506184252734-AFP-548160048New York City and Long Island were under a travel ban Saturday, including all transit from New Jersey bridges and tunnels into and out of the city as a deadly blizzard left major cities, roadways and airports along the East Coast largely immobilized.