A former deputy manager in NASA’s shuttle project office is claiming that the Science Channel’s Challenger Disaster doesn’t have its facts straight in advancing knowledge of the famous 1986 mission that resulted in the loss of seven crew members.
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On Friday, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals denied Aereo’s emergency motion to stay an injunction.
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The development came after a Utah judge two weeks ago ruled that Fox Broadcasting and some local stations were likely to succeed on the merits of their copyright claim and
“Next month, the State of Texas has resolved to kill me like some kind of rabid dog, so indirectly, I guess my intention is to use this as some type of platform because this could be my final statement on earth,“ he writes.
Adegbile previously served in various capacities, including acting president at the NAACP LDF, an organization once led by the revered first black Supreme Court justice, Thurgood Marshall. But in his role at the LDF, Adegbile was involved in the death-penalty appeal of Mumia Abu-Jamal, a black man convicted of murder in the killing of white police officer Daniel Faulkner in 1982. The Abu-Jamal case has long been racially charged, and despite success in the case in 2011—getting Abu-Jamal’s sentence changed from death to life in prison—Adegbile’s involvement earned him criticism from Republicans like Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), who called the lawyer an “extremist, radical.”
I think the best thing about this show is that sometimes the bad people can be good and the good people can be bad. Everyone has a dual nature, like all good characters do. For example, we’re constantly reminded that even the obviously bad people like Cyrus, Papa Pope, Mama Pope, Sally, etc., are still human. They still want love. They still have a need to be understood. And even Olivia, our knight in shining armor in the shiny white hat, has aided in fixing an election and is sleeping with a married man. It’s a poignant reminder that as humans, even though we’re good, we can all be monsters, too. Here’s a list of the quotes that gave us a glimpse of someone’s humanity.
The makers of Cottonelle and Costco-brand “flushable” wipes are facing a federal lawsuit that seeks class-action status.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz, a New York dentist, is spearheading the flushable wipes lawsuit effort, claiming the wipes caused major plumbing and clogging issues in his home, ABC News reports.
But what’s the whole class action stink about?
Taylor Swift’s alleged stalker has been slapped with a restraining order after claiming that he’d “kill anyone who stands between them.”
The man accused, Timothy Sweet, 33, claims that he and Swift are married, but TMZ reports that Sweet has been stalking her since 2011.
If Swift knew Sweet was trouble three years ago, why the restraining order now?