Meghan McCain doesnt expect decency from Trumps family

Meghan McCain doesnt expect decency from Trumps family

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An "emotionally exhausted" Meghan McCain again defended her father against President Trump Thursday on "The View," saying she doesn't "expect decency" from his family. Interested in Donald Trump? Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump news, video, and analysis from ABC News. “I don’t like coming here every day and having to do this, as all of you know. It’s extremely emotionally exhausting,” she said at the top of the show. "I don't expect decency from the Trump family," she added. During an official White House event at a tank manufacturing plant in Ohio on Wednesday, Trump spent nearly five minutes bashing the late Sen. John McCain because he didn’t receive credit for his funeral arrangements. “I gave him the kind o
FBI joins Boeing 737 MAX 8 investigation as new questions about pilot training emerge

FBI joins Boeing 737 MAX 8 investigation as new questions about pilot training emerge

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The FBI is joining a criminal investigation to look into the certification of the Boeing 737 MAX 8, as new details from last year's Lion Air crash raise questions about pilot training on the now-sidelined plane. Interested in Boeing? Add Boeing as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Boeing news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Sources familiar with the matter said the FBI is working with other federal authorities to look into the certification of the Boeing 737 MAX. It is unclear how much of a role the FBI -- and federal prosecutors from the Justice Department -- will actually have in this effort, as the investigation is in its earlier stages. Meanwhile, more details emerged on Wednesday about last year's Boeing 737 MAX 8 crash in Indonesia, further expos...
Empire creator shares cast reaction to stars arrest

Empire creator shares cast reaction to stars arrest

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It's been over a week since "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty to charges he lied to police about being the victim of an alleged hate crime in January. Interested in Jussie Smollett? Add Jussie Smollett as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Jussie Smollett news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Now, "Empire" co-creator Lee Daniels is revealing a bit about how he and the show's cast are dealing with the fallout. "Oh my god ... these past couple of weeks have been a freakin' roller coaster," Daniels said in a brief video posted to his Instagram on Wednesday night to promote the show. "We have -- me and my cast -- experienced pain and anger and sadness and frustration and really don't know how to deal with it, you know?" Daniel...
Heavy rain to fall during both commutes in Northeast

Heavy rain to fall during both commutes in Northeast

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A coastal storm is forming near the North Carolina coast and is expected to move up the coast Thursday into Friday. Interested in Weather? Add Weather as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Weather news, video, and analysis from ABC News. The nor’easter will bring heavy rain, damaging winds and heavy wet snow to the Northeast. Ahead of the storm, numerous states from Virginia to Vermont, are under flood and heavy snow alerts. ABC News Heavy rain was forming off the Carolina coast on Thursday morning. Heavy rain will spread into Washington, D.C., and the Mid-Atlantic area Thursday morning, and then move into Philadelphia and New York City by the afternoon and evening. Some of the worst flooding is forecast for Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia l
President Donald Trump, showing a map, declares ISIS will be gone by tonight

President Donald Trump, showing a map, declares ISIS will be gone by tonight

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President Donald Trump announced to reporters at the White House that the Islamic State in Syria would be "gone by tonight." Interested in ISIS? Add ISIS as an interest to stay up to date on the latest ISIS news, video, and analysis from ABC News. He made the announcement with some fanfare, unfurling a big piece of paper that he had carried out with him to Marine One. He then guided the press through two maps of Syria and Iraq showing the progress of the Islamic State’s defeat. "I brought this out for you -- this is a map of everything in the red, this was on election night, in 2016, everything red is ISIS. When I took it over it was a mess now on the bottom it's the exact same. There is no red," Trump said, pointing his finger at the different parts of the map. "I
Start Here: Trump attacks McCain again, and New Zealand announces new gun laws

Start Here: Trump attacks McCain again, and New Zealand announces new gun laws

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It's Thursday, March 21, 2019. Let's start here. Interested in Start Here Morning Briefing ? Add Start Here Morning Briefing as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Start Here Morning Briefing news, video, and analysis from ABC News. 1. No 'thank you' President Donald Trump attacked John McCain again on Wednesday, telling a pro-military crowd in Lima, Ohio, that he "was not a fan" of the late senator. "I gave him the kind of funeral that he wanted, which, as president, I had to approve," Trump said. "I don't care about this. I didn't get a thank you. That's OK." Trump's speech was supposed to be a victory lap, touting the revival of a tank factory that nearly closed during the Obama administration, but employees there were largely silent while listening l...
Former spa owner Cindy Yang: Trump will make America great again

Former spa owner Cindy Yang: Trump will make America great again

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Li "Cindy" Yang the embattled Floridian former spa owner defended President Donald Trump in an interview with ABC News saying: "He's saying 'make America great again'." "I totally believed he's a business person," she added. "I'm a small business person too. I believe that we will make America great again. " Yang spoke to ABC News days after high-ranking Democrats in the House and Senate sent a letter to the FBI requesting criminal and counterintelligence investigations into her. She told ABC News she is not a Chinese spy or intelligence threat and said the Democrats investigation makes no sense to her. Yang said she is "scared" and feels the Democrats are pushing "fake news." She said she is Chinese, doesn't speak English well and said she is "scared [to] talk." She has "a pic...
4 months in isolation: US-Russia crew locked in simulated moon mission

4 months in isolation: US-Russia crew locked in simulated moon mission

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A group of American and Russian volunteers this week were sealed into a collection of mock space modules in Moscow at the start of a four-month isolation experiment intended to simulate a mission to the moon. The mixed gender crew will be making their imagined flight inside a brown brick building on the edge of the city center at a Soviet-era facility run by Moscow’s Institute of Biomedical Problems. There, they will be confined to a collection of cramped tubular constructions inside a hangar-like hall at the institute for 120 days. The modules are hermetically sealed, meaning they have their own atmosphere, and the crew will not leave or see any other human beings for the duration of the mission. The simulation, called SIRIUS-19, is an unusually lengthy isolation experiment orga
Pentagon IG office to investigate complaints of Shanahans alleged ethics violations

Pentagon IG office to investigate complaints of Shanahans alleged ethics violations

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The Pentagon's Office of Inspector General has opened an investigation into complaints of alleged ethics violations against acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan. Interested in Pentagon? Add Pentagon as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Pentagon news, video, and analysis from ABC News. In a statement on Wednesday, the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General said it had recently received a complaint that Shanahan "allegedly took actions to promote his former employer, Boeing, and disparage its competitors, allegedly in violation of ethics rules." Shanahan worked for Boeing for 31 years, last serving as senior vice president of supply chain operations. In a separate statement, the Pentagon said on Wednesday that Shanahan "has at all ti...
Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein staying longer at the Department of Justice: Sources

Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein staying longer at the Department of Justice: Sources

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The deputy Attorney General is staying on longer than he was originally expected, sources tell ABC News. Previously, ABC News reported Rod Rosenstein was planning to leave the Department of Justice in mid-March. Sources had said, that he had wanted to stay on to ensure a smooth transition for his successor and wanted to accommodate the needs of new Attorney General William Barr. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks during a news conference at the Department of Justice in Washington, Dec. 20, 2018. One outstanding investigation is special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Rosenstein oversaw Mueller's probe for more than a year, after former Attorney General Jeff Sessions had recused himself from the matter...

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