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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A federal judge on Wednesday ordered accused Russian agent Maria Butina jailed until her trial after U.S. prosecutors argued she has ties to Russian intelligence and poses a serious flight risk. The Justice Department said Butina has been in contact with Russian intelligence operatives, kept contact information for several Russian agents and
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(Reuters) – Reviving supersonic passenger flights will harm the environment as the jets will not likely be able to comply with existing fuel efficiency, pollution and noise standards for subsonic aircraft, according to a study released on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: The Aerion AS2, the world’s first supersonic business jet, being developed by Lockheed Martin Corp
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DENVER (Reuters) – A Danish national accused of starting the second-largest wildfire on record in Colorado was charged on Thursday with 141 counts of first-degree arson for each building destroyed in the massive blaze, court documents showed. FILE PHOTO: Flames rise from a treeline near an emergency vehicle during efforts to contain the Spring Creek
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GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) – The United States and Mexico on Tuesday vowed to work with Central American nations to reunite migrant families separated at the U.S. border “as quickly as possible” as the Trump administration faced fresh criticism over the practice. Elsa Ortiz holds a placard with pictures of her son David Tobar, who’s currently
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(Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump pardoned Oregon cattle ranchers Dwight Hammond and his son on Tuesday, who had both been convicted on arson charges, sparking the 2016 occupation of a wildlife refuge, according to a White House statement. The Hammonds’ case led to the armed 41-day occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, during
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