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Threatening letter was sent to Donald Trump’s son— The letter was delivered to his home and his wife, Lara, opened the letter and white powder fell out. They are still looking in to what the white powder is—but the letter said there would be harm to come to Donald’s children if he does not pull out of the race.
North Korea fired at least one ballistic missile which flew about 500 miles before hitting the sea off its east coast, South Korea’s military said today. North Korea is stepping up its defiance of tough new U.N. and U.S. sanctions. That would be North Korea’s first test of a medium-range missile, capable of reaching Japan, since 2014. This quickly provoked a barrage of criticism and appeals from Japan, South Korea and the US.
A U.S. astronaut is on a record-breaking mission –An American and two Russians are going on a mission to the International Space Station today that also will set a record for Jeff Williams and will lift off at 4:26 p.m. CT/2:26 pm PT from Kazakhstan. During his six-month mission, Jeff will set an American record with 534 cumulative days in space, surpassing Scott Kelly. It will be Jeff’s third space station mission, which is also a record.
Risk of a U.S. Zika virus outbreak may be highest in southern Texas and South Florida–Cities in southern Florida and southern Texas, including Houston, Miami and Orlando, are at greater risk of seeing a Zika virus outbreak in the coming summer
7-Eleven is offering fans of their slurpee the opportunity to bring “anything remotely resembling a cup” to the chain and fill it with your choice of Slurpee today and tomorrow.
A 2 year old girl was saved by passersby after a tree fell on the car she was riding in in Seward Park. They were able to get her out before firefighters arrived. Sadly, her dad who was driving did not survive.