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U.S. destroyer slightly damaged in collision with tug off Japan: U.S. Navy
A U.S. guided-missile destroyer, USS Benfold,, sustained slight damage when a Japanese tug drifted into it during a towing exercise off central Japan on Saturday, the U.S. Navy said. The U.S. Navy announced a series of reforms this month aimed at restoring basic naval skills and alertness at sea after a review of deadly ship collisions in the Asia-Pacific region showed sailors were under-trained and over-worked. Seventeen sailors have been killed this year in two collisions with commercial vessels involving guided-missile destroyers, the Fitzgerald in June off Japan and then the John S. McCain in August as it approached Singapore.
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The FAA Can't Stop People From Throwing Live Turkeys Out Of Planes
The Federal Aviation Administration has found no violations with an infamous Arkansas event that involves dropping live turkeys from a plane ? but that may be because no one ever thought they?d need a rule about that.
Woman says she was harassed by New York state employee
NEW YORK (AP) ? An upstate New York woman struggling to find a place to live and a job after ending an abusive relationship said a state employee helped her, only to use it as an excuse to sexually harass and assault her, and the governor's office knew and did nothing to stop it, according to a lawsuit.
Argentina says signals detected, likely from missing submarine
Hopes that 44 crew members of a missing Argentine navy submarine may be found alive rose after the defense ministry said the vessel likely tried to communicate via satellite on Saturday as an international search mission was underway in the stormy South Atlantic.
'He Will Not Step Down.' Roy Moore Allegations Divide Women in Alabama
Top General Says He Would Reject An 'Illegal' Nuclear Strike Order From Trump
The top nuclear commander in the U.S. said Saturday that he would reject an ?illegal? nuclear attack order from President Donald Trump, and would instead steer the commander in chief to other ?options.?