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With no plane and few answers today marks the end of a three-year search for a Boeing 777 that vanished while flying over the Indian Ocean, taking the lives of 239 people. The search has officially been suspended. Crews completed their deep-sea 46,000-square mile sweep of the Indian Ocean without finding a trace of the plane.
In late June last year the United Kingdom narrowly voted for Brexit—to leave the European Union. Now the British government has to come up with a plan to make it happen (or possibly not). And that’s what Prime Minister Theresa May is to lay out in a speech Today.
The man accused of taking the lives of five people and injuring six others at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport earlier this month, will appear in federal court this morning. He is yet to be formally charged, but will receive zero bail. Today will determine whether he remains in the County’s main jail or is transferred to a federal facility.
Betsy DeVos, the Republican activist from Michigan who President-elect Trump has nominated to be his secretary of Education, can expect tough questions from Democrats when she appears before a Senate panel Today.
At least 38 Democrats plan to skip President-elect Trump’s inauguration. Some of them have come forward recently after the exchange of words between Trump and Georgia Congressman John Lewis.
The suspect in the Istanbul nightclub attack has confessed after having been arrested yesterday. Abdulgadir Masharipov (abdul-gadir mash-ar-i-pov) is from Uzbekistan and carried out the attack on behalf of ISIS.
Eight people were shot during a Martin Luther King celebration in Miami yesterday. Two suspects are being questioned by police. They are still looking for other possible suspects.
Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon has died. He was 82. He spent three days on the moon with Apollo 17 and before he left to come back he said ‘We leave as we came, and God willing, we shall return, with peace and hope for all mankind.’
Schools were closed yesterday, but that didn’t mean a day off for teachers and students. Some students and teachers spent their MLK Day rallying for education funding on the steps of the State Capitol Building in Olympia.