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The wreckage of Kogalymavia Flight 9268 is seen in this image provided on Tuesday, November 3. International investigators are trying to determine why the Russian airliner crashed in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, killing 224 people on Saturday, October 31.


More questions: Four days after Metrojet Flight 9268 crashed and killed 224 people, a clear picture of what happened remains elusive, and there’s a wide range of theories on the cause of the crash. The latest theory: a botched repair of the plane’s tail section led to the tail being violently ripped apart from the rest of the plane in midair. The plane’s tail was found some 3 miles away from the wreckage, and it showed no signs of burning from a fire. Another development: Victims’ bodies are being categorized into the types of trauma suffered: injuries from the fall and injuries that align with an explosion — such as metal pieces in bodies.


Ballot breakdown: Kentucky has a new, Republican governor; Ohio rejects legalized pot; Houston takes down an LGBT law and Virginia still has a Republican state senate. Those are the big results from last night’s elections. Now let the probing, dissecting and spinning of the results — and what they could mean for the 2016 presidential race — begin.


Force awakened: Support is building to let a terminally ill “Star Wars” fan see the latest movie before it comes out in December. That effort got big-time backing recently when two stars from the movie — Mark Hamill and John Boyega — retweeted the hashtag #ForceForDaniel, which is being used to gain the attention of “Star Wars” honchos at Disney. Daniel Fleetwood, 32, has a rare form of connective tissue cancer. Doctors told him in July he had just a couple of months to live.

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