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65 dead in Iran plane crash, airline says

65 dead in Iran plane crash, airline says

A commercial aircraft carrying 65 people crashed in Iran on Sunday, killing everyone on board, an airline spokesman told state media.  >> Read more trending news 

WATCH: Violent brawls turn Carnival ship into ‘cruise from hell’

WATCH: Violent brawls turn Carnival ship into ‘cruise from hell’

Twenty-three passengers were kicked off a Carnival cruise of the South Pacific after continuously starting violent brawls during the 10-day trip, according to CNN. The Carnival Legend was scheduled to sail from Melbourne, Australia to New Caledonia. Witnesses say members of a “big Italian family” were constantly starting trouble during the cruise, picking fights, throwing punches at strangers and at one point, the cruise told passengers to lock themselves in their cabins while they tried to get the brawls under control. “I was watching the fight and one guy came up to me and said 'Do you want to go too bro?'” said passenger Jarrah Boliltho. 'My mum had to drag me away from it all. They were roaming the decks just looking to pick on any Aussie they could find.” During one fight caught on cellphone video, up to 30 people were throwing fists while security guards step in to try and break it up, taking people to the ground and kicking them. One brawl was caused by a passenger accidentally stepping on another passenger’s flip flop. “Very violent, they were full-on attacks,” said another witness, who tells CBS News that when the captain was made aware of the situation, he said “What do you want me to do about it - throw them overboard?” Michael Barsoum was in the middle of proposing to his girlfriend when a violent fight broke out. He stopped to help innocent passengers and was punched in the face trying to keep two girls out of harm’s way. “That moment is ruined forever now,” said Barsoum.  The family was removed from the ship for their “disruptive behavior” during an unscheduled stop in Eden, New South Wales...one of them giving the cheering passengers the middle finger.  Carnival has apologized and is offering the passengers 25% off their next cruise, which they say isn’t enough. 'I won't be traveling Carnival ever again so a 25 percent off a future cruise in my eyes is unacceptable,' Mark Morrison said. (VIDEO)

Uber Eats delivery driver flees after customer shot, killed in Atlanta, police say

Uber Eats delivery driver flees after customer shot, killed in Atlanta, police say

A 30-year-old man died of injuries after a shooting in Atlanta's Buckhead neighborhood that police believe involved an Uber Eats driver. >> Watch the news report here Police say Ryan Thornton, 30, ordered food from the app to be delivered to the Concorde Condominium on Pharr Court South late Saturday. At 11:30 p.m., Thornton walked away from the delivery car with his order.  Police said words may have been exchanged, and that's when shots were fired from the delivery car. The driver took off in a white Volkswagen.  One of the people WSB-TV's Lauren Pozen spoke with lives close to where the incident happened. The person, who didn't want to be identified, said he heard five gunshots go off outside his apartment.  >> Read more trending news  Thorton died at Grady Memorial Hospital.  If you’ve never heard of Uber Eats, it’s a smartphone app that many people use to order take-out. Uber told WSB-TV that it has a 'no weapons' policy for its drivers.  As the search for the driver continues, this shooting has those who use the app a little hesitant to continue to do so.  'Something needs to be done to further the safety of Uber Eats and make us feel safe,” said the man who lives near the scene. Uber said a statement that it is shocked and saddened by the news and is working with the Atlanta Police Department. 

After latest indictments, President Trump vents on Twitter about Russia investigation

In the wake of a fresh round of indictments in the wide-ranging investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election campaign, President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Saturday and Sunday to repeatedly express his frustration with the probe, again proclaiming his innocence, attacking his critics, and demanding attention instead on actions of the Obama Administration and Hillary Clinton.

“I never said Russia did not meddle in the election,” the President tweeted on Sunday morning – though Mr. Trump has been very slow to embrace the concept that Russia was at fault, as he derided the investigations into Russian interference in [More]