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Human remains found in search for missing Egyptian plane…

Human remains have reportedly been found in the search site for the downed Egyptian airline. Members of Egypt’s military team made the discovery while looking for debris from Egypt Air Flight 804. Earlier the planes fuse lodge and some luggage were found in the Meditteranean Sea just off the cost of Egypt. FBI Director James Comey says investigators are not ruling out anything including terrorism. A check of the passengers manifest shows no one on the international or national terrorist watch list.

No arrest in Alexandria murder investigation…

Homicide detectives have just wrapped up their probe at an apartment complex in Alexandria, Va. At 2:20 this morning an adult male was found shot to death at the Cityside Huntington Metro Apartments on Richmond Highway. Police have not released any information on a possible suspect.

Trump and Clinton weigh in on the crashed Egyptian plane…

Presidential front runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton weighed in on the downing of the Egyptian airline. At a fund raiser for NJ Gov. Chris Christy yesterday Trump said that the plane was blown out of the sky and that anyone who didn’t believe that is wrong. Clinton who appeared on CNN choice to be more caution, only saying it appears to be an act of terrorism. Later today Trump will deliver the Keynote address at the NRA Convention in Louisville, Ky. Tomorrow Clinton head to Florida to meet with the mother of Trayvon Martin and other families that have lost someone to gun violence.

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