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Atlanta airport power outage strands travelers
December 17, 2017

Atlanta airport power outage strands travelers

A sudden power outage at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport leaves flights grounded and thousands of travelers stranded. (Dec. 17)
Trump says he is not firing Mueller
December 17, 2017

Trump says he is not firing Mueller

President Donald Trump Returned to the White House from Camp David on Sunday. He told reporters he's not considering firing special counsel Robert Mueller. (Dec. 17.)
Santa Barbara prepares to evacuate zoo
December 16, 2017

Santa Barbara prepares to evacuate zoo

Santa Barbara Zoo prepared for evacuation Saturday as California fires spread. Although the zoo itself has not been told to evacuate, neighboring areas were told to leave. Zoo Keepers are preparing head lamps in the event of a night evacuation. (Dec. 16)
Brady: New tax code for new era of prosperity
December 15, 2017

Brady: New tax code for new era of prosperity

Rep. Kevin Brady spoke Friday about the passing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The legislation would slash tax rates for big business and lower levies in each tax bracket. The GOP plans to muscle the $1.5 trillion through Congress next week. (Dec. 15)
Sessions: Help on the way to fight violent crime
December 15, 2017

Sessions: Help on the way to fight violent crime

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced the deployment of 40 additional prosecutors around the U.S. to help combat the recent rise in violent crime. Two new violent crime task forces are also being set up. (Dec. 15)
Trump: 'It's a shame what happened with the FBI'
December 15, 2017

Trump: 'It's a shame what happened with the FBI'

As he departed for remarks at the FBI, President Donald Trump took on the agency, calling its handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation "really disgraceful." He also reiterated there was no collusion between his campaign and Russia. (Dec. 15)
Today in history for December 16th
December 16, 2017

Today in history for December 16th

The Boston Tea Party takes place; World War Two's Battle of the Bulge begins; Ludwig van Beethoven is born. (Dec 16)
Gunman flees police In Baltimore car chase
December 15, 2017

Gunman flees police In Baltimore car chase

A gunman fleeing police in a car shot wildly at officers and pedestrians across a swath of West Baltimore on Friday as he led cruisers on a harrowing chase that looped through streets of the city for at least 20 minutes before he was captured. (Dec. 15)
Firefighter dies, thousands more take on Calif. blaze
December 15, 2017

Firefighter dies, thousands more take on Calif. blaze

Cory Iverson, a San Diego-based firefighter who was one of the thousands fighting the blaze northwest of Los Angeles, died Thursday. A review team will investigate what happened. (Dec. 15)
Michigan deputies save horse from icy pond
December 15, 2017

Michigan deputies save horse from icy pond

Deputies braved the elements to rescue a horse that had fallen into an icy pond in Ray Township. Michigan. The Macomb County deputies used ropes to keep the horse’s head above water and guide it out while local firefighters broke up the ice (Dec. 15)
Operation Santa visits remote Alaska village
December 15, 2017

Operation Santa visits remote Alaska village

In its 61st year, Operation Santa Claus is a community program by the Alaska Air National Guard, which flies Santa to some of the state’s most remote villages. This year, they made a stop in the tiny island community of Saint Michael. (Dec. 15)
U.S.-Mexico vow to fight cross-border crime
December 14, 2017

U.S.-Mexico vow to fight cross-border crime

American and Mexican officials say they will work together to fight crime fueled by the illegal drug trade on both sides of the border. (Dec. 14)
U.S. shows Iranian missile parts fired from Yemen
December 14, 2017

U.S. shows Iranian missile parts fired from Yemen

US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley says “undeniable” evidence proves that Iran is violating international law by funneling missiles to Houthi rebels in Yemen. Haley Thursday unveiled recently declassified evidence to prove the US's assertions. (Dec. 14)
FCC votes down Obama-era 'net neutrality' rules
December 14, 2017

FCC votes down Obama-era 'net neutrality' rules

The Federal Communications Commission has voted on party lines to undo sweeping Obama-era "net neutrality" rules that guaranteed equal access to the internet. (Dec. 14)
Major flooding. Rescues in northeastern Italy
December 14, 2017

Major flooding. Rescues in northeastern Italy

Italian firefighters used helicopters and rubber dinghies for a third day to evacuate stranded residents of a town in the northern region of Emilia Romagna that flooded when waters overran earthen dikes. (Dec 14)