MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport considering adding Uber services to Donald Trump bringing up former president Bill Clinton’s affair, here’s a look at the top four stories from Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2015.

Uber At The Airport?

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Officials at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport said they are working on making Uber and Lyft services more accessible at the airport.

Currently, there are no set rules for these types of transportation network companies.

Uber itself has blocked its own Uber X app from going to the airport.

But officials said that could change this summer.

Alaskan Airplane Crash Under Investigation

Authorities said the pilot of a small plane that smashed into a building in downtown Anchorage was not authorized to fly the aircraft.

The 42-year-old was killed instantly.

The plane belongs to the Civil Air Patrol, a group of volunteers who help with search and rescue missions. The victim had been part of the patrol since 2010.

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The cause of the crash is under investigation.

Donald Takes On Bill

As Bill Clinton prepares to campaign for his wife in New Hampshire, Donald Trump is reviving memories of Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky.

Trump told NBC’s “Today Show” that his comments about Bill Clinton were “fair game” in his outreach to women voters.

Trump is not the only Republican candidate bringing up scandals. Ben Carson said Tuesday all former presidents are fair game for analysis, including Bill Clinton.

Twitter Cracks Down On Cyber-Abuse

Anyone who issues violent threats or shows hateful conduct on Twitter might get their account suspended or banned. Twitter released those details as part of its new policy Tuesday.

The site said it won’t tolerate accounts that show harm toward others based on things like race or religion.

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Social media sites have come under pressure from critics who say militant extremists use them to recruit members and promote violent agendas.