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The veteran pilot whose helicopter plunged into a Los Angeles-area hillside, killing NBA superstar Kobe Bryant and eight others, had tried to avoid fog so heavy that it had grounded police choppers, authorities said. The Los Angeles County coroner's office, meanwhile, said Tuesday that all nine bodies have been recovered, and it is working to identify them. While the investigation into the cause of the wreck was just beginning, experts and armchair pilots alike flooded social media and the airwaves with speculation, some of them suggesting that the pilot had become disoriented in the dense fog that had settled along part of the flight path.
... And their grousing backfires tremendously.
- CelebrityCountry Living
We can't stop thinking about that silver dress.
Blake Lively on 'Handsome' Ryan Reynolds Trolling Her
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An expert warned that the coronavirus crisis is only “at the beginning” — but people can help protect themselves with one simple step.
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The poll comes as survivors of Auschwitz return to the Nazi death camp to mark the 75th anniversary of its liberation.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' ex-wife, MacKenzie Bezos, has sold off about $400 million worth of the Amazon stock she received as part of the couple's divorce settlement — potentially providing the wherewithal for the charitable activities she's planning. Word of the sale came indirectly, in an end-of-year filing that Jeff Bezos made with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing notes that the Amazon CEO exercises sole voting authority over nearly 19.5 million Amazon shares that he doesn't have the sole power to dispose of. That matches the stake that MacKenzie Bezos holds — and CNBC notes it's about 200,000… Read More