Breaking News Emails
Good morning. Here are some of the headlines we're following this morning:
1. Plane Debris, Belongings Found: Egyptian Military
Egypt's military said it found debris in the Mediterranean Sea on Friday from the crashed EgyptAir passenger plane. Families of the 66 people on board Flight MS804 have been waiting in anguish for news following 24 hours of conflicting information and rampant speculation over what happened to the aircraft. Read more in NEWS.
2. Trump Blames Terror for EgyptAir at Christie Fundraiser
Donald Trump is fully convinced that the missing EgyptAir plane that was downed last night was "blown out of the sky" — and he says "you're 100 percent wrong" if you don't. Read more in POLITICS.
3. NYC Man Who Joined and Escaped ISIS Speaks Out
A man who left the United States to join ISIS and then fled the group after five months is revealing the disturbing details of his journey into the heartland of terror in an exclusive interview, which will air Sunday on Dateline's "On Assignment." Read more in INVESTIGATIONS.
4. Here’s How to Prevent Half of Cancer Deaths
As many as 40 percent of cancer cases, and half of cancer deaths, come down to things people could easily change, researchers say. Read more in HEALTH.
5. Massive Frozen Foods Recall Involves Millions
The recall involving millions of packages of fruits and vegetables that were shipped to all 50 states, Canada and Mexico are linked to listeria. Officials are worried it will be difficult to get consumers to dig through their freezers and check for products dating as far back as 2014. Read more in BUSINESS.
6. San Francisco's Top Cop Quits After Controversies
The resignation of Police Chief Greg Suhr comes after a black woman was fatally shot by police and a series of scandals including racist texts by officers. Read more at NBC BAY AREA.
7. Oklahoma OKs Bill to Make Abortion a Felony
Lawmakers have moved to effectively ban abortion in their state by making it a felony for doctors to perform the procedure, an effort aimed at overturning the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 decision that legalized abortion nationwide, the bill's sponsor said Thursday. Read more in NEWS.
Morley Safer, who first made his mark covering the Vietnam War and became one of America's most well-respected reporters, has died just days after retiring from CBS News.