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BLT Prime by David Burke at the Trump International Hotel  (Photograph by Jacquie Kubin / Special to The Washington Times)

The best steak sandwich ever at BLT Prime

BLT Prime by David Burke, one of the celebrity chef’s trademark eateries, offers great food and an eagle’s view of the atrium lobby at Trump International Hotel.

A rescuer inspects a part of Lion Air plane flight JT 610 retrieved from the waters where it's believed to have crashed at Tanjung Priok Port in Jakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018. Relatives have provided samples for DNA tests to help identify victims of the Lion Air plane crash as accounts emerged Tuesday of problems on the jet's previous flight including rapid descents that terrified passengers. (AP Photo/Binsar Bakara)

Possible seabed position of crashed Lion Air jet located

- Associated Press

A massive search effort has identified the possible seabed location of the crashed Lion Air jet, Indonesia’s military chief said Wednesday, as experts carried out the grim task of identifying dozens of body parts recovered from a 15-nautical mile-wide search area, and chilling video of passengers boarding the fatal flight emerged.

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