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SpaceX Aborts Approach to Space Station, Delivery Delayed

SpaceX Aborts Approach to Space Station, Delivery Delayed

A navigation error forced SpaceX to delay its shipment to the International Space Station on Wednesday, following an otherwise smooth flight from NASA's historic moon pad. SpaceX's supply ship, the Dragon, was...

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Woodson, Liukin Headed to Texas Sports HOF

Woodson, Liukin Headed to Texas Sports HOF

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Woman Witnesses Altercation With Officer, Shoots Man

Woman Witnesses Altercation With Officer, Shoots Man

A man involved in a confrontation with an Indiana conservation officer has died after being shot by a witness. Indiana State Police said the incident happened around 12:30 p.m. Monday about 10 miles west of Rising Sun. According to the Ohio County Sheriff's Office, the officer was responding to reports of a suspicious person in the area. Authorities said the off-duty conservation officer responded to the dispatcher's reports, and made contact with the man, identified as Justin Holland, 32. Officials said Holland resisted arrest, and a fight broke out between the pair. "At some point, that officer began to lose that altercation with that person," said Sgt. Stephen Wheeles with Indiana State Police. "It was at that time that a female who was nearby saw what was taking place and decided that she needed to take action and come to the assistance of that officer." Officials said the woman was at a nearby residence, and went to assist the officer. She fired one shot, striking Holland in the torso. A man involved in a confrontation with an Indiana conservation officer has died after being shot by a witness. Indiana State Police said the incident happened shortly after noon on Feb. 20.  The officer was responding to reports of a suspicious person in the area, according to the Ohio County Sheriff's Office. Authorities said the off-duty conservation officer responded to the dispatcher's reports, and made contact with the man, identified as Justin Holland, 32. Officials said Holland resisted arrest, and a fight broke out between the pair.  "At some point, that officer began to lose that altercation with that person," said Sgt. Stephen Wheeles with Indiana State Police. "It was at that time that a female who was nearby saw what was taking place and decided that she needed to take action and come to the assistance of that officer." Officials said the woman was at a nearby residence, and went to assist the officer. She fired one shot, striking Holland in the torso.

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More Than Meets the Eye: Can You Spot the Product Placement?

More Than Meets the Eye: Can You Spot the Product Placement?

Now that you can easily skip through traditional television commercials, advertisers are finding creative new ways to get their brands on your radar, the NBC Los Angeles I-team reported. A recent survey...

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We Must Demand Better Justice for Woman Sentenced to Eight Years for Illegal Voting

We Must Demand Better Justice for Woman Sentenced to Eight Years for Illegal Voting

The way things look now, it'll be months before Rosa Maria Ortega, the Mexican native sentenced to eight years in prison by a Tarrant County jury for voting illegally, finds any judicial relief.Months before her...

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Singer Ricky Martin Talks to Harry About His Kids

Singer Ricky Martin Talks to Harry About His Kids

Singer Ricky Martin talks to Harry about his kids.

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State Lawmakers Channel Grief Into Fight Against Opioids

State Lawmakers Channel Grief Into Fight Against Opioids

In statehouses across the country, lawmakers with loved ones who fell victim to drugs are leading the fight against the nation's deadly opioid-abuse crisis, drawing on tragic personal experience to attack...

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Amnesty Int'l Blames Trump, Others for Rights Rollback

Amnesty Int'l Blames Trump, Others for Rights Rollback

Amnesty International says "toxic" fear-mongering by anti-establishment politicians, among them President Donald Trump and the leaders of Turkey, Hungary and the Philippines, is contributing to a global pushback...

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College Board to Boost SAT Security Globally

College Board to Boost SAT Security Globally

The firm that oversees registrations for the SAT college entrance exam is boosting security around the world following test-stealing and other cheating in recent years. The College Board told The Associated...

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Three Steps to Avoid Out-of-Network Doctor Bills

Three Steps to Avoid Out-of-Network Doctor Bills

A new report shows that ensuring hospitals are in-network with your insurance might not keep you from getting a surprise bill.

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