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USA TODAY Power outage strands thousands at Atlanta airportUSA TODAYA major power outage halted air traffic Sunday at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, grounding all of the hub's outgoing flights and halting incoming traffic for tens of thousands of travelers hoping to land at the world's busiest ...When the lights went out: 'Completely pitch black' at Atlanta airportCNNAtlanta airport loses power, trapping travelers in planes and terminalsNBCNews.comMayor: Some power restored at airport over six hours laterAtlanta Journal ConstitutionFox News -ABC News -Markets Insider -New York Daily Newsall 245 news articles »

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Washington Post McCain, battling brain cancer, leaves Washington for Christmas break before contentious vote on tax billWashington PostSen. John McCain left the nation's capital Sunday to spend Christmas in Arizona with his family as he battles brain cancer, giving his Republican Party one less vote as it is expected this week to attempt to push through a contentious tax bill along ...Sen. McCain returning to Arizona, will miss tax bill voteCNNMcCain returning home to Arizona after treatment, Trump saysFox NewsMcCain Returning Home to Arizona, Will Likely Miss Tax VoteU.S. News & World ReportPolitico -CBS News -The Hill -New York Postall 95 news articles »

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New York Times Steelers WR Brown ruled out with calf injuryESPNBen Roethlisberger tries to find Antonio Brown in the end zone, but the pass falls incomplete. Brown would remain on the ground with an apparent leg injury and would be carried off the field. (0:28). Facebook · Twitter · Facebook Messenger; Email ...Steelers fans roar at unexpected sight of Ryan Shazier at Heinz FieldWashington PostOverturned Jesse James touchdown leaves Steelers at a loss, 27-24 against PatriotsPittsburgh Post-GazetteLOOK: Injured star Ryan Shazier gets huge ovation at Patriots-Steelers gameCBSSports.comNew York Daily News -U.S. News & World Report -FOXSports.com -NJ.comall 1,425 news articles »

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Washington Post Trump criticizes how Mueller obtained transition emails, says no plans to fire special counselWashington PostPresident Trump appeared to back the claims of a lawyer for his presidential transition team that special counsel Robert S. Mueller III improperly obtained Trump associates' emails, saying Sunday that “a lot of lawyers thought that was pretty sad ...Mueller team denies accusations it 'unlawfully' obtained Trump transition emailsCNNTrump says he won't fire Mueller, as campaign to discredit Russia probe heats upChicago TribuneDemocrats see plot to fire Mueller in escalating GOP attacksPoliticoNBCNews.com -New York Times -NPR -Business Insiderall 332 news articles »

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New York Times Sebastián Piñera Wins Chile's Presidential ElectionNew York TimesSANTIAGO, Chile — Chileans on Sunday gave former President Sebastián Piñera a new term in office, rejecting his opponent's call to build on the social and economic changes set in motion by the incumbent, Michelle Bachelet. Mr. Piñera's victory marks ...Chile election: conservative Piñera elected presidentBBC NewsThe Latest: Pinera Backers Celebrate Victory in Chile VoteU.S. News & World ReportBillionaire Pinera Sweeps to Victory in Chile Run-Off ElectionBloombergLos Angeles Times -Financial Times -Telegraph.co.uk -Washington Postall 138 news articles »

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USA TODAY US soldier in Niger was killed by enemy fire, not captured, according to reportUSA TODAYArmy Sgt. La David Johnson was killed by enemy rifle and machine gun fire during an October ambush in Niger that killed three other soldiers, according to a newly revealed report. The military investigation, reported by the Associated Press on Sunday ...US Army sergeant killed in Niger attack not captured, despite reportsFox NewsThe US soldier ambushed in Niger was killed by enemy fire as he fled the attackBusiness InsiderReport: Green Beret Ambushed in Niger Wasn't CapturedNewserStars and Stripes -WPRI 12 Eyewitness News -NBC 6 South Floridaall 317 news articles »

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U.S. News & World Report Dog survives plane crash that killed 3 people, other dogABC NewsA photo provided by the Indiana State Police shows the wreckage from a small plane crash Saturday night, Dec. 16, 2017, in southeastern Indiana. Sgt. Stephen Wheeles says the crash of the single-engine Cessna plane near Oldenburg, Indiana, killed three ...Dog survives plane crash in Indiana that kills 3 people, 2nd canineFox News3 killed in small plane crash in Franklin CountyFox 59Small plane headed to Frederick crashes Saturday night, killing 3 people, 1 dogFrederick News PostKSHBall 58 news articles »

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CNN California fire: Resident says neighborhood looks like 'war zone'CNN(CNN) Jeannette Frescas was not concerned about the Thomas Fire until the massive blaze reached her neighborhood in Ventura, California. "At midnight, I woke up with a flashlight in my face," Frescas told CNN affiliate KEYT. "I looked out my window and ...Thomas fire continues to grow as strong, shifting winds bring new dangersLos Angeles Times'Beyond a perfect storm': Wind-driven California fire nears recordUSA TODAYCalifornia winds fuel state's third-largest wildfireReutersFox News -ABC News -89.3 KPCC -SFGateall 935 news articles »

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Washington Post Words banned at multiple HHS agencies include 'diversity' and 'vulnerable'Washington PostThe Trump administration has informed multiple divisions within the Department of Health and Human Services that they should avoid using certain words or phrases in official documents being drafted for next year's budget. Officials at the Centers for ...Words banned at CDC were also banned at other HHS agencies: reportThe HillTrump's Censorship of Science Will Kill PeopleNewsweekA CDC Ban on 'Fetus' and 'Transgender?' Experts AlarmedU.S. News & World ReportBusiness Insider -TIME -FOX 61 -Indianapolis Starall 310 news articles »

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New York Times Glowing Auras and 'Black Money': The Pentagon's Mysterious UFO ProgramNew York TimesWASHINGTON — In the $600 billion annual Defense Department budgets, the $22 million spent on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was almost impossible to find. Which was how the Pentagon wanted it. For years, the program investigated ...Head of Pentagon's secret 'UFO' office sought to make evidence publicWashington PostSecret Pentagon Program Spent Millions To Research UFOsNPRNY Times: Pentagon study of UFOs revealedCNNFox News -ABC News -The Hill -NBCNews.comall 140 news articles »

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