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Investigators face challenging terrain and obliterated wreckage as they begin recovering an unresponsive plane that crashed in Virginia, killing all onboard

By Pete Muntean and Elizabeth Wolfe, CNN (CNN) — The recovery of the private plane that crashed in Virginia, killing all four people onboard, after its pilot became unresponsive and veered dramatically off course, is expected to begin Tuesday as investigators face challenging rural terrain and the near total devastation of the aircraft, a federal

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A mother of four

A Black mother of 4 was shot and killed by a neighbor. Her family wants the woman who shot her arrested

By Mitchell McCluskey and Christina Maxouris, CNN (CNN) — A mother of four was shot and killed in Florida following a longtime feud with a neighbor who had complained about the victim’s children playing outside, authorities and a family attorney said. Deputies responded to a trespassing call Friday night and found one woman suffering from

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Protesters gather in Denver to call for strict gun laws.

Hundreds of White women gather at Colorado Capitol after plea from women of color to use their ‘privilege’ to demand action on gun violence

By Chandelis Duster, CNN (CNN) — Hundreds of White women gathered at the Colorado Capitol Monday morning, with more expected to show up throughout the day, to use their “privilege” in a silent sit-in to demand Gov. Jared Polis ban guns and create a gun buyback program. The sit-in also comes amid a national debate

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Search and rescue efforts continue on June 4

Search and rescue efforts end at the site of the Iowa apartment building collapse after remains of 3 victims are recovered from the rubble, Davenport officials say

By Holly Yan, Paul P. Murphy and Michelle Krupa, CNN (CNN) — The search and rescue operation at a partially collapsed six-story apartment building in Davenport, Iowa officially ended Monday after the remains of three people were recovered, officials said. The decision to end the search and rescue followed crews determining that the building was

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Thousands are living in RVs on Los Angeles’ streets.

Thousands are living in RVs on Los Angeles’ streets. Leaders want to shrink the number, but the solution is elusive

By Nick Watt, CNN Los Angeles (CNN) — Early one recent Friday morning, sanitation workers, homeless-outreach workers and LAPD officers arrived on a little street in the west of Los Angeles. Jasmine Avenue is lined with low-rise apartment blocks, an imposing Catholic Church, a school and a handful of dilapidated recreational vehicles. That morning on

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Stacy Chapin talks about her son

The mother of one of four University of Idaho students fatally stabbed last year won’t attend the accused killer’s trial

By Michelle Watson, CNN (CNN) — The mother of one of the four University of Idaho students who were fatally stabbed in an off-campus home last year said she won’t attend the trial of her son’s accused killer. “It doesn’t change the outcome,” Stacy Chapin, whose 20-year-old son Ethan was killed in the attack, told

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A General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter jet flies at Nellis AFB near Las Vegas

No survivors found at Virginia plane crash site after US fighter jets attempted to intercept its unresponsive pilot, police say

By Natasha Bertrand and Haley Britzky, CNN (CNN) — No survivors were found at the crash site of a plane whose pilot was unresponsive as it flew near the Washington, DC, area Sunday, prompting military fighter jets to attempt to intercept the aircraft before it ultimately crashed, authorities say. First responders reached the site Sunday

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Headstones are seen at the cemetery of the US Army's Carlisle Barracks

The remains of five Native American children who died at an Indigenous boarding school are being returned to their tribes over a century later

By Alaa Elassar, CNN (CNN) — The remains of five children who died at a Pennsylvania boarding school for Native Americans are going to be exhumed and returned to their families who have waited for their return for more than a century, the Office of Army Cemeteries (OAC) has announced. The children died between 1880

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