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Wrong-way crash on Interstate 95 in Georgia kills 6 people, including Virginia parents and their 3 children
Six people, including three children, were killed early Sunday in a head-on crash on Interstate 95, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
The Queen Wants Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Departure from the Royal Family "Over and Done With"
"This has been rather hurtful for her. "
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The most stunning occurrence at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday was not that Tyson Fury completely overwhelmed Deontay Wilder before stopping him in the seventh round of their heavyweight title bout. Instead, the stunner of the night came when Wilder coach Jay Deas without remorse threw his assistant, Mark Breland, under the bus for throwing in the towel. “Mark threw in the towel,” Deas said of Breland.
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Kirk Douglas, who passed away earlier this month at age 103, chose charity over his son Michael when deciding how to divide up his $61 million fortune.
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper lost his cool during a Friday night interview with newly released former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich. In a contentious interview, Cooper finally boiled over after hearing Blagojevich's defense of his gubernatorial record and his criminal case. Blagojevich was convicted of trying to sell or trade the Illinois Senate seat that Barack […]
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The 17-year-old boy told police he had sex with his sister about 100 times but did not know she was pregnant, according to charging documents.
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Daredevil “Mad” Mike Hughes died on Saturday after crashing his rocket while filming the new series “Homemade Astronauts” for Science Channel. He was 64.“Our thoughts and prayers go out to Mike Hughes’ family and friends during this difficult time,” a Science Channel spokesperson said in a statement. “It was always his dream to do this launch, and Science Channel was there to chronicle his journey.”Hughes and teammate Waldo Stakes were “working on a manned rocket to space, designing a ‘Rock-oon’ — part rocket, part balloon — that they hope to use to get Mike to the Karman line, the border between Earth’s atmosphere and outer space at about 62 miles high,” according to Science Channel’s series description. “To raise money and awareness for that pricey venture, they plan to first launch Mike 5,000 feet high in a steam-powered rocket.”This was that attempt.Also Read: Lindsey Renee Lagestee, Singer With Country Band Dixie Crush, Dies at 25“Homemade Astronauts” is also following two other self-financed teams, led by fellow amateur rocketmen Ky Michaelson and Cameron Smith. Michaelson is the first civilian to build and launch an unmanned rocket into space. Smith planned to take a hot air balloon up to 60,000 feet to test out his new spacesuit.“Homemade Astronauts” was first announced in July 2019 for a 2020 premiere.“As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, ‘Homemade Astronauts’ looks at a group of ambitious individuals who are carrying on in the American tradition of finding their own way and making their dreams come true with old-fashioned grit and self-determination,” Marc Etkind, general manager of Science Channel, said at the time.Etkind has since left the company.Also Read: Sy Sperling, Hair Club for Men Founder and Star of Ubiquitous TV Ads, Dies at 78“Homemade Astronauts” is being produced by World of Wonder. Executive producers for World of Wonder are Jeremy Simmons, Fenton Bailey, Randy Barbato and Tom Campbell.Executive producer for Science Channel is Caroline Perez. Lindsey Foster Blumberg is supervising producer for Science.Science Channel is owned by Discovery, Inc.Read original story Mike Hughes Dies in Rocket Crash While Filming Science Channel Series ‘Homemade Astronauts’ At TheWrap