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But Forburger said the cart was already in the way as the flight attendants were picking up dishes from first-class passengers who had just finished lunch. "He was very quiet, moving very sluggish". Lorenzen and his wife Penny Lorenzen, of Orange County, California, were sitting in first class and saw a "really serious look" on the flight attendant's face.
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    Lighthizer told reporters Nafta has been successful for American agriculture, investment services and the energy sector, but not for manufacturing. North Country Chamber of Commerce President Garry Douglas said the chamber sees opportunity in the upcoming NAFTA negotiations .
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    The developments were a blow to White House efforts to tamp down interest in the Russian Federation investigation as Trump and his staff boarded Air Force One for Saudi Arabia, first stop on his first foreign trip as president. In the cauldron of intrigue and ever-breaking-news that is Washington, DC in the Trump Era, Comey's testimony could make it all boil over. The president's son in law initially omitted contacts with foreign leaders from a national security questionnaire, though his ...
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    The press secretary, who has turned into a household name over the past five months and garnered sky-high television ratings for his daily press briefings, has also drawn the ire of the president. The Wall Street Journal reported last week that the president was considering "broad changes". She was reportedly considered for press secretary during the transition, although Spicer ultimately beat her out.
  • Passengers say man acted oddly before takeoff

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    Passengers and crew subdued the man, took him to the back of the plane and duct-taped him to a seat, Lee Lorenzens told KITV and CNN affiliate KGMB/KHNL. He was arrested before dawn at Los Angeles International Airport for opening a door that led onto an airfield ramp, according to Los Angeles Airport Police, who provided Uskanil's identity to The Associated Press.
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    This file photo taken on March 20, 2017 shows FBI Director James Comey during the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing on Russian actions during the 2016 election campaign on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. But the probe is certain to continue under a new chairman. It was not immediately clear who will succeed him at the helm of the congressional oversight panel.
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    Last Confederate monument removed in New Orleans

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    The monuments sat at the entrance to the city's largest park, on a vaunted greenway, in a major traffic circle in one of this city's squares. Workers prepare to take down the statue of Confederate Gen. Beauregard and former Confederate president Jefferson Davis. "As much as burning a cross on someone's lawn", Landrieu said. "These statues are not just stone and metal".
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    Trump has long bristled at the notion that Russian Federation played any role in his November election victory, and has denied any collusion between his campaign and Moscow. Most Republicans did not join their Democratic colleagues in calling for a special prosecutor, preferring to keep their faith in the congressional and career FBI investigators.
  • Pressure mounts on Trump as Comey agrees to testify

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    Asked if he urged Mr Comey at a February meeting to drop his probe of the Russian Federation connections of Mr Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn, the president said: "No. Last week, a memo drafted by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was held up by the White House as justification for the firing of Comey, who had been leading the investigation.
  • Police say man behind disturbance arrested in LA

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    A law enforcement official said the man is likely to face federal charges after he "tried to breach the cockpit door" on American Airlines Flight 31, news.com.au reports. He said the man was pushing against the cart, trying to get through. After the disturbance, Uskanil was escorted back to his seat, where he was restrained with duct tape, according to witnesses.
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    Comey is known to produce memos documenting especially sensitive or unsettling encounters, such as after the February meeting. The committee's chairman, Senator Richard Burr, and the ranking Democrat, Senator Mark Warner, announced that Comey will testify in an open setting before the committee.
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    Dana Milbank: Answers from Yates, more questions for White House

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    When asked during the hearing whether Flynn had lied to Vice President Mike Pence about the nature of his contact with the ambassador, Yates said , "that's certainly how it appeared, yes". President Donald Trump changed his Twitter banner image on Monday to include a tweet from himself referencing former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper's Senate testimony on the Russian Federation investigation .