A toilet tube on SpaceX's Crew Dragon spaceship broke and sprayed pee under the floor during its first tourist flight

The Crew Dragon Endeavour approaches the International Space Station with astronauts on board, April 24, 2021. NASA SpaceX's Crew Dragon spaceship experienced a toilet issue while flying its first tourists in orbit. A tube came loose and released urine beneath the spaceship floor, but pee didn't get into the cabin. Astronauts discovered the same leak on another Crew Dragon docked to the International Space Station. SpaceX's first tourist flight seemed to go swimmingly last mont...
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Jimmy Kimmel Exposes Biggest Anti-Vaxxer ‘Pandummies’ In Scathing New Supercut Video

The late-night host called these people coronavirus “misinformation superspreaders.”
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Top News Dolphins Tua Tagovailoa Third Down Success Christian Wilkins Breakthrough Performance

It's called the money down for a reason. Third down outcomes have a bigger swing in win probability than any other play in football sans turnovers and scoring plays. And with roughly 30 third-down snaps per game on average, it's a 60-minut
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Chaos in Miami: What We know and What May be Next with Tua & Watson

Tuesday night was an eventful one for Dolphins fans as reports and news came out about the Dolphins and Texans agreeing on the terms of a trade to send Deshaun Watson to Miami per the Houston Chronicle. That report was walked back, and more
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Game show contestant's 'D'oh' fail goes viral

Game show contestant's Homer Simpson fail goes viral. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the "D'oh" moment.
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Game show contestant's 'D'oh' moment goes viral

Game show contestant's Homer Simpson fail goes viral. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the "D'oh" moment.
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Australia officially allows vaccinated residents to travel outside the country

All fully-vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents will be able to leave the country without a special exemption from November 1, authorities said on Wednesday, October 27, as Australia eases coronavirus restrictions amid a rise in vaccination rates.
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Twitter profits slump after settling long-running lawsuit

The social media giant paid out after it was accused of misleading investors in 2015.
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NASA lets you meet its Mars rover and helicopter here on Earth

NASA is offering space fans the chance to come face to face with full-scale models of its trailblazing Mars Perseverance rover and Ingenuity helicopter.
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Braves pitcher Charlie Morton fractures bone in his leg, leaves World Series game in third inning

Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Charlie Morton will miss the rest of the World Series after leaving Game 1 with a fractured bone in his leg, according to his team.
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No Sig Sauer at SHOT '22...

Via Shooting Illustrated...SIG Sauer announced this week that it will not be exhibiting at the 2022 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show. The event is the industry’s largest annual gathering—a tradition disrupted in January of this year when 2021’s event was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. It attracts distributors, manufacturers, buyers and media from across the globe. “For over 30 years SIG Sauer has attended SHOT Show, and we did not come to this decision without much thoughtful...
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Exclusive: Haiti's Senate leader calls on Prime Minister to resign

Haiti's Senate leader Joseph Lambert has joined calls for embattled Prime Minister Ariel Henry to resign.
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Chinese authorities have told Evergrande's billionaire founder to use his own money to pay down the company's $300 billion debt, Bloomberg reports

Beijing has instructed Evergrande's founder, Hui Ka Yan, to pay the company's debt using his personal funds, Bloomberg reported. Hui's net worth is about $7.6 billion, according to Bloomberg Billionaire's Index. Evergrande's debt pile is $300 billion. Authorities in China have told Evergrande's billionaire founder, Hui Ka Yan, to use his own money to pay the company's debt, Bloomberg reported citing people familiar with the matter.The directive was issued after the ...
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Criminal Charges In Rust Shooting Are Possible, Though Potentially Months Away As Investigation Continues

The fallout continues from the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the Bonanza Creek Ranch set of "Rust," and while law enforcement's investigations may take weeks, perhaps months, the Santa Fe County District Attorney is keeping criminal charges in consideration. Via The New York Times, District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies has not "ruled out anything," and a person or persons could be held criminally liable for the safety failure that resulted in the death of a crewmember. "E...
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Estate of deceased Alex Murdaugh housekeeper reaches settlement with former law firm

Attorneys for the estate of Gloria Satterfield, who spent more than two decades as the family housekeeper for embattled South Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh, say they've reached a settlement with his former law firm.
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Estate of deceased Alex Murdaugh housekeeper reaches settlement with his former law firm

"The Satterfields and the law firm have reconciled their differences," attorney Eric Bland said.
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The Dan Le Batard Show | What To Do With Tua? Will Fins Trade For Deshaun Watson

Tua has been good but not great through 13 games - what does the future hold for him and the Miami Dolphins? The post The Dan Le Batard Show | What To Do With Tua? Will Fins Trade For Deshaun Watson appeared first on Miami Dolphins.
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Stock up, Stock down: Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins are seven weeks into the season, and their season is quickly plummeting. Even with that being the case, let's take a look at which player's stocks are up, and which player's stock is down.   Stock Up:   Mike Gesicki:
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Hear how Marjorie Taylor Greene describes events of Jan. 6

CNN's Don Lemon reacts to GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's attempt to minimize the events of January 6 by saying it was "just a riot at the Capitol."
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Huma Abedin: Clinton aide details sex assault by US senator

In a new book, Huma Abedin says she was assaulted after a senator invited her into his home.
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1 Person Shot Along Marconi Avenue In Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police are investigating a shooting that happened in Sacramento. Just before 6:10 p.m. Tuesday, police received a call of a shooting in the 2100 block of Marconi Avenue. When police arrived they found that one person was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries resulting from being shot, according to a statement from the Sacramento Police Department. Police officers were in the area investigating the incident. No further information about the victim or ...
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Woman Accused Of Trying To Kidnap Sacramento Toddler

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A woman has been arrested on suspicion of trying to abduct a toddler in Sacramento. On Monday around 1:11 p.m., authorities received a 911 call stating that a woman had witnessed an attempted kidnapping in the 1900 block of Fulton Avenue. The caller said that two women were pushing a toddler in a stroller when a woman then walked up to them, claimed the child was hers, then tried to grab the child. The women ran from the stroller and the caller got between the suspect and th...
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Amazon, Google win Japan government cloud contract

TOKYO – Japan’s Digital Agency has picked Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform as the first service providers for its nationwide cloud computing project, giving the U.S. tech groups a foothold in an industry dominated by domestic service providers. A Digital Agency official said the budget for government cloud computing until March 2022 is about 2 billion yen but the budget for the upcoming years is as yet undetermined. The government cloud project aims to unify and standardize digital...
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Covid: Australia to end ban on citizens leaving country

For the first time in 19 months, Australians will not need an exemption to travel overseas.
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A moose crashes a hangout and doesn't want to leave

A few guys in Ontario, Canada are hanging out in a shed when they are interrupted by a seemingly friendly moose who steps in to check them out. One of the guys even pets it on the snout (not recommended!). But when the moose boldly takes a few steps in, the guys suddenly seem apprehensive. — Read the rest
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Federal marshal indicted on felony murder charge in 2016 death of Black Georgia man shot 59 times

Jamarion Robinson was being served a warrant when he was shot 59 times, leaving him with 76 gunshot wounds, according to a medical examiner's report.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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In photos: The 2021 World Series

The World Series began Tuesday night with the Houston Astros hosting the Atlanta Braves in Game 1 of the Fall Classic.
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Nicholas Cage Demanded Removal Of Inexperienced Rust Armorer From The Old Way Production Just Two Months Prior

The past few days have brought a flood of non-stop news stories related to the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, and there appears to be no end in sight. New details keep coming out about the circumstances leading up to the shooting accident that occurred on the set of the Alec Baldwin Western, "Rust," which resulted in Hutchins' death. The latest piece of information pertains to armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, who was part of the chain of crew members involved in handling the prop gun th...
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Opinion: Goal the only thing missing from Carli Lloyd's final game with USWNT

Carli Lloyd, who has had as big an impact on the game as any American player, made her last appearance with the USWNT on Tuesday night.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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