- U.S. ABC News
A 30-year-old man was killed in a freak accident when the elevator he was exiting in his New York City apartment building suddenly plummeted, crushing him in the process. The man, identified as Samuel Charles Waisbren, was a resident of the building at 344 Third Avenue in the Kips Bay neighborhood of New York City, police said. Waisbren was exiting the elevator in the building's lobby after two other passengers had already left the elevator just before 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, according to New York ABC station WABC.
- Politics The Independent
Trump news - live: Impeachment push intensifies as president launches late-night twitter storm after disapproval rating soars
Donald Trump finds himself under siege once more as the Democratic case for his impeachment gathers momentum and his disapproval rating rises to 62 per cent in a new AP opinion poll.Illinois congressman Brad Schneider is the latest to urge the House Judiciary Committee on in its obstruction of justice inquiry, saying: “Regrettably, it is clear that the administration has little regard for the constitution, is unwilling to provide any information to Congress, and is seeking to play out the clock.”
- Celebrity The Loop
Brooks Koepka is getting recognized more and more when he's out, including during one particularly awkward situation.
- U.S. INSIDER
NYC inspectors only discovered an apartment was split into 9 illegal micro-units because a tenant happened to open the door when they arrived
The apartment building on Manhattan's Lower East Side, which is made up of 27 individually-owned condos, has faced 32 complaints since 2001.
- Entertainment Cosmopolitan
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- Business Good Morning America
First manned Titanic expedition in 14 years reveals 'shocking' deterioration originally appeared on abcnews.go.comFor the first time in 14 years, a manned dive has visited the RMS Titanic at the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean.The world's most famous sunken ship rests 12,500 feet down on the icy seafloor, some 370 miles south of Newfoundland, Canada. This month, a deep-sea exploration team of experts and scientists completed five dives to the shipwreck over eight days, using a human-occupied submersible. ...