A plane carrying 11 people—10 passengers and a pilot—crashed about 2,000 feet up on the side of Alaska's Mount Jumbo Tuesday morning, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
The man was found drifting in the water by a second cruise ship 22 hours after he went overboard.
The 30th annual Fleet Week in New York City began on Wednesday with the Parade of Ships.
The move is an attempt to squeeze Pyongyang's use of seagoing trade to feed its nuclear missile program.
Beside the body was a pack of cigarettes with Korean writing on it.
President Donald Trump lauded the Coast Guard for its post-storm work in Puerto Rico, but he was actually addressing someone from the Air Force.
Agents learned a Colombian drug cartel that sent cocaine around the world was planning a big shipment in a small boat known as a "go-fast."
The exercises in which goats and pigs are injured, used as surgical dummies, then discarded, are ridiculed by medical experts.
Trump promised to rebuild the military. So far, that's not happening.
Annual remembrance honors members of all branches of military service.
The Turkish Coast Guard rescued nine people and recovered five bodies.
Debris believed to be from the aircraft has been spotted more than two miles from the shore.
The 735-foot cargo ship was en route to San Juan, Puerto Rico, from Jacksonville, Florida.
Obama also will propose to start planning for additional icebreakers required for safety in the changing Arctic—and to keep up with Russia.
After the shots, the cargo vessel turned to the national waters of the United Arab Emirates, where that country protected it using its coast guard.
Around 6,000 ships have met their end in the five Great Lakes.