The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner
The U.S. Navy estimates it will cost $1.5 million to salvage a jet plane that crashed on a coral reef in Hawaii nearly two weeks ago, officials said Saturday. Navy spokesman Mohammad Issa said the salvage efforts are focused on protecting the environment and safely recovering the aircraft in a way that retains its combat capability. The Navy plans to use inflatable cylinders to lift and roll the jet plane off the reef where it crashed on Nov. 20.
Martha Stewart is stirring the pot all the way back to 2015.
During a podcast interview on the war between Israel and Hamas, actor Julianna Margulies asserted that Black people should be completely supporting Israel but have been “brainwashed to hate Jews.”
The U.S. military has confirmed that it will permanently end live-fire training in Makua Valley on Oahu, a major win for Native Hawaiian groups and environmentalists after decades of activism. U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth filed a statement with federal court in Hawaii on Friday affirming the military’s new stance that it would “no longer need to conduct live-fire training at (Makua Military Reservation), now or in the future," Hawaii News Now reported. Under the terms of a 2001 settlement, the military hasn’t conducted live-fire training at Makua Valley since 2004.
The ex-gang member and former FBI informant said he saw the opportunity to attack Chauvin on Nov. 24, on Black Friday, according to investigators.
Cher doled out her dating advice for women during her appearance on "Chicken Shop Date."
The U.S. Navy plans to use inflatable cylinders to lift and roll a jet plane off a coral reef in Hawaii.
Authorities recovered the body of a 65-year-old man from the debris of a landslide that swept through part of southeast Alaska last month.
Naya Rivera's song "Prayer for the Broken" came out as a single in 2023, 11 years after it was recorded in 2012. Here's what to know.
US President Joe Biden on Saturday hailed late Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O'Connor as an "American icon," paying tribute to the first woman to serve on the nation's highest court and her decades of public service."Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was an American icon," Biden said in a statement.
Russia's military has focused on eastern Ukraine since abandoning an advance on Kyiv in the first days after the February 2022 invasion. Since mid-October, the military has set its sights on seizing Avdiivka and its vast coking plant. Russian reports on Friday suggested Moscow's troops had taken control of Maryinka, 40 km (25 miles) to the southwest, engulfed in fighting for well over a year.
PARIS (Reuters) -One person died and two others were injured after a man attacked tourists in central Paris near the Eiffel Tower, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said on Saturday. Police quickly arrested the 26-year-old man, a French national, using a Taser stun gun, Darmanin told reporters. The suspect was on the French security services watch list and was also known for having psychiatric disorders, the interior minister added.
A weekly gathering of family and friends is a connective force in Israel today.
Biden praised O'Connor's dedication to public service and the “bedrock American principle of an independent judiciary."
Muslim American leaders from six battleground states on Saturday vowed to mobilize their communities against President Joe Biden's reelection over his support of Israel's war in Gaza, but they have yet to settle on an alternative 2024 candidate. The states are among a handful that allowed Biden to win the 2020 election. Opposition from their sizeable Muslim and Arab American communities could complicate the president's path to Electoral College victory next year.
Vice president's remarks appear to go further in condeming Israel than previous White House statements, suggesting dissension with Israel over tactics
After two days of back-to-back speeches by world leaders, the COP28 climate summit turns its attention on Sunday to the reality of climate change fuelling more sickness and disease. With malnutrition, malaria, diarrhoea and heat stress all on the rise - and threatening to stretch already-struggling health services - countries and businesses both are anxious for more ways to protect people as temperatures continue to climb for decades. The health-themed day will draw a cast of headliners, including Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates, who is expected to join the United Arab Emirates in launching a climate health initiative.
Guinea-Bissau's President Umaro Sissoco Embalo on Saturday said this week's deadly violence involving members of the National Guard was an "attempted coup" as the army ordered them back to barracks.The two government members were detained again after the army removed them from National Guard control.
BISSAU (Reuters) -Guinea-Bissau President Umaro Sissoco Embalo said on Saturday that gunfire and clashes that had erupted in the capital of the West African nation on Friday were an attempted coup. "I can assure you that the events of December 1, 2023, are yet another attempted coup and those responsible will suffer serious consequences," Embalo told journalists after arriving from Dubai where he was attending the COP28 climate summit. Clashes between two army factions broke out in Bissau on Thursday night and continued on Friday after national guard soldiers freed an opposition minister who was detained in a corruption investigation.
Samuel García, the governor of the northern border state of Nuevo Leon, said Saturday he won’t run for president in the June 2 elections. While García's small Citizen's Movement party could yet nominate another male candidate, García's troubled exit suggests the party won't be able to find anyone of much stature to run. On Friday, the border state across from Texas briefly saw two interim governors designated to replace García, who had asked for a six-month leave of absence to campaign for president.