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The White House says China is becoming more aggressive in the Taiwan Strait and South China Sea. National Security Council Spokesman John Kirby said a Chinese warship coming dangerously close to a U.S. Navy Destroyer over the weekend was unsafe and unprofessional. He said the U.S. ship was sailing in international waters in compliance with the law.        The loved ones of four people killed in a Virginia plane crash are being offered condolences from the White House. Six F-16s caused a sonic boom in the Washington, DC area after they were launched to intercept a Cessna after it was seen flying erratically off course. Officials say it appears the pilot had fallen unconscious and ended up crashing near the George Washington National Forest.        A former "Watergate" prosecutor suggests former President Trump is "toast" as the investigation into his handling of classified documents may be nearing the end. Jill Wine-Banks told MSNBC the case against Trump is strong and she can't imagine Trump "getting away with this." Her comments come amid reports the federal grand jury in the case is expected to meet this week.        Two-hundred people are being laid off from Spotify's podcasting team. The streaming service said in an internal update that it's part of a "pivot" to allow for it to support creators in a better way. Spotify previously cut about six-percent of its staff in January.       Allstate will no longer insure new home customers in California. The company blames wildfires, higher costs to repair homes, and higher reinsurance premiums. State Farm made a similar announcement last month.        Spider-Man is swinging to the top of the box office. "Spider-Man -- Across the Spider-Verse" earned 120-and-a-half-million-dollars in its first weekend in theaters across the U.S. and Canada. The latest installment in the Spidey franchise scored the second-biggest opening of this year behind only "The Super Mario Brothers Movie" which made 146-million-dollars in its debut weekend.