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    An image from a video showing a UFO filmed by a Us military pilot near San Diego in 2004 and released in 2020. CNN/Department of Defense US military pilots on 60 Minutes described a series of encounters with UFOs.  One Navy pilot said such sightings were a nearly daily ocurrence.  A Department of Defense report on the sightings is expected in June.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Former US Navy pilot Ryan Graves told CBS's 60 Minutes that pilots training off the US coast sighted UFOs nearly every day. The show on Sunday explored a series of alleged recent encounters between US military pilots and UFOs, some of which were caught on film and have been released by the Pentagon.  One encounter took place in 2014, when Graves and his F/A-18F squadron sighted UFOs in restrictive airspace near Virginia Beach, in southeastern Virginia. —60 Minutes (@60Minutes) May 16, 2021  In 2019, US military pilots recorded UFOs in the same area in images obtained by the program. The Pentagon told CBS News that it had not been able...
    Stephanie Keith/Getty Images Former Ambassador Nikki Haley defended her past support for Donald Trump by saying she never foresaw the descent into violence that occurred on Jan. 6  — but she warned about Trump’s rhetoric repeatedly during the 2016 campaign, including its potential to incite violence. Haley took pains to further distance herself from Trump in an interview for a Politico Magazine profile by Tim Alberta, saying Trump would never run again, and that he “went down a path he shouldn’t have, and we shouldn’t have followed him, and we shouldn’t have listened to him. And we can’t let that ever happen again.” But elsewhere in the interview, Haley repeatedly defended and stood by her past support for Trump by claiming she never saw anything like this coming: “At the time, I didn’t think that was dangerous,” Haley said. “I didn’t think that there was anything to fear about him. There was nothing to fear about him when I worked for him. I mean, he may have been brash. He may have been blunt. But he was someone who cared about the country....
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now admits that coronavirus does spread through airborne transmission, according to updated guidance on the agency's website.  It comes two weeks after CDC officials said their previous warning about airborne transmission was 'in error,' making Monday's update the third time in a month the agency has flip-flopped on how the virus spreads.   'There is evidence that under certain conditions, people with COVID-19 seem to have infected others who were more than six feet away,' the latest guidance reads.  'In these instances, transmission occurred in poorly ventilated and enclosed spaces that often involved activities that caused heavier breathing, like singing or exercise. Such environments and activities may contribute to the buildup of virus-carrying particles.'    If the virus does spread in fine particles, six feet of distance from an infected person would not necessarily be enough to protect you from catching the virus - but whether or not this is a significant mode of transmission is still hotly debated.   The CDC has made a series of gaffs and been forced to backtrack statements in...
    A pedestrian wearing a protective face mask walks past the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday, March 14, 2020.Elijah Nouvelage | Bloomberg via Getty Images The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday that it erroneously posted guidance that said the coronavirus spreads through airborne particles that can remain suspended in the air and travel beyond six feet. "A draft version of proposed changes to these recommendations was posted in error to the agency's official website," the CDC said. "CDC is currently updating its recommendations regarding airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19). Once this process has been completed, the update language will be posted." This is breaking news. Please check back for updates.Related Tags Health care industry Breaking News: Business
    Kristen Wiig recently spoke to InStyle about her journey with IVF. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images Kristen Wiig opened up in a recent InStyle interview about her in vitro fertilization (IVF) journey that ultimately led her to have twins via surrogacy. Before welcoming twins in January with her fiancé, Avi Rothman, Wiig underwent three years of IVF treatments. "Emotionally, spiritually, and medically, it was probably the most difficult time in my life," she told InStyle. Sharing her IVF journey helped Wiig find a support system of others who had experienced the same difficulties. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In an interview for InStyle's September issue, Kristen Wiig shared the difficulties she experienced undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments before she decided to have children through a surrogate. Wiig, 46, and her fiancé, actor and writer Avi Rothman, have been together for five years. Three of those years were spent undergoing the physical and emotional process of IVF. "Emotionally, spiritually, and medically, it was probably the most difficult time in my life. I wasn't myself," Wiig told InStyle's...
    Getty Images/Tommaso Boddi/FilmMagic Tiffany Haddish recently said she was unsure if she wanted to have children due to racism. "Knowing that they're gonna be hunted or killed. Like, why would I put someone through that?" Haddish said during an appearance on Carmelo Anthony's YouTube series. Racism affects Black people's mortality through police brutality and inequities in healthcare, education, employment, and more. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Comedian Tiffany Haddish recently revealed that she's unsure if motherhood is in her future, and racism has played a role in her uncertainty. During an appearance on former NBA player Carmelo Anthony's YouTube series "What's in Your Glass," Haddish, 40, said that people often ask her when she's having children. "There's a part of me that would like to do that, and I always make up these excuses like, 'Oh, I need a million dollars in the bank before I do that, I need this, I need that,'" Haddish told Anthony. But she said racism is the biggest factor that has made her question whether motherhood is in the cards....
    The husband and wife who went viral for brandishing guns at protesters outside their home in St. Louis, Missouri, released a statement through their lawyer saying they support the Black Lives Matter movement. Photos and videos of Mark and Patty McCloskey spread online this week, showing the couple holding a handgun and a semiautomatic rifle as protesters marched through their gated community. A couple pointed guns at protesters in St. Louis as a group marched toward the mayor's home to demand her resignation. https://t.co/5EqDd43QCd pic.twitter.com/KWNaif77ch— ABC News (@ABC) June 29, 2020 The pair, both local lawyers, released a statement Monday denying they broke the law and said they support the Black Lives Matter movement. The statement also emphasized that the protesters were white. "The peaceful protesters were not the subject of scorn or disdain by the McCloskeys," the statement read. "To the contrary, they were expecting and supportive of the message of the protesters. The actions of violence, destruction of property and acts of threatening aggression by a few individuals commingling with the peaceful protesters, gave rise...
    While some Sabres fans turned to Twitter on June 16 in the wake of Jason Botterill’s firing as general manager, others have looked to other avenues to express their feelings about the team. Enter singer-songwriter Melody Martin, a 25-year-old Buffalo native who regularly shares Sabres-inspired songs on YouTube, where she has over 9,300 subscribers. “When I started YouTube, my whole plan was kind of for it to be a pathway to potentially a career in songwriting, cause that’s kind of what I always wanted to do,” Martin recently told The Post. “But now more recently, I think people are really kind of starting to pay attention to what I have to say about sports.” Martin’s worlds of music and sports collided in 2018, when she dropped her first music video about Rasmus Dahlin, the Sabres first-overall pick of the draft that year. Set to Dolly Parton’s “Jolene,” Martin said the idea came to be after a casual suggestion online. “The first-ever song I did, I got the idea from someone on the internet,” Martin said. “I think someone casually...
    FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Community members joined law enforcement families Monday to raise more than $6,000 for a Fort Worth Police officer who survived being run over by a fleeing suspect in Fort Worth. Matthew Brazeal was going through yet another surgery Monday while the fundraiser was happening. His young brother though said his sibling was able to start eating some solid food recently, and had moved from intensive care to a regular hospital bed, following the incident in early June. Fort Worth Police Officer Matthew Brazeal (credit: FWPOA) “He’s mentally tough,” said Jared Brazeal. “He went to Iraq. He’s been through a lot. He’s going to be alright. He’s staying tough.” Brazeal was putting down stop sticks June 13 to stop a car drive by Ronnie Jackson, Jr. Police said the car was stolen and that Jackson veered toward Brazeal, hitting him at high speed and dragging him underneath the vehicle. Some of his immediate family members have still not been able to see him in the hospital, due to visitor restrictions related to Covid-19. Jared, however, said his...
    BOSSIER CITY, La. (AP) — Police in Louisiana were able to reel in a man captured on video swimming through a fish tank at a sporting goods store. Kevin Wise, 26, told KSLA-TV that he plunged into the indoor aquarium at a Bass Pro Shop in Bossier City last week to follow through on a promise he made to followers on the social media platform TikTok. “I said that if I got 2,000 likes I would jump in the tank,” Wise said. “I got way more than that and didn’t want to be a liar.” A video captured by shopper Treasure McGraw showed Wise swimming through the tank before climbing out and running from the store with wet clothes. “We heard a big splash and I thought it was one of the fish,” McGraw told the news outlet. “My fiancé was like ‘somebody is in the tank’ and we saw the guy swimming.” Bass Pro Shops filed a complaint with the Bossier City Police Department Friday, saying it cost them money to empty out the 13,000 gallon aquarium...
    'The Bachelorette' star said she hopes to get a 'great laugh' while watching her season of the ABC dating show with her man for the first time. JoJo Fletcher says she’s ready to rewatch her season of The Bachelorette with her fiancé, Jordan Rodgers, when it airs in a condensed format out on The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons—Ever! One week after Bachelor star Ben Higgins’ final lady — and JoJo’s onetime competitor — Lauren Bushnell said she wouldn’t be watching the three-hour recap of their season with her husband Chris Lane, JoJo admitted she’s “excited” for a rewatch alongside her man. In a new interview, JoJo revealed that Jordan, her final pick on The Bachelorette Season 12, did not watch their season when it first aired on ABC four years ago and that she was initially “anxious” for him to watch the replay. “I know I was an emotional roller coaster that season,” JoJo told E! News. “But now, honestly, I’m excited to watch it back and excited to see it through Jordan’s eyes.” The real estate developer said in...
    In early April, state inspectors completed a survey of Magnolia Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Riverside as part of a federal effort to make sure nursing homes were protecting elderly residents from the coronavirus. Their one-page report concluded: “No deficiencies.” The next day, April 8, a fleet of ambulances lined up outside Magnolia to evacuate all 83 residents after the staff refused to show up for work, terrified of the deadly infection already spreading within the facility. Similar scenarios played out across California this spring, survey records show. Time and again, inspectors sent to assess nursing homes’ ability to contain the new virus found no deficiencies at facilities that were in the midst of deadly outbreaks or about to endure one. At Hollywood Premier Healthcare in Los Angeles, inspectors found the facility to be in compliance on March 30. Three days later, the home had 68 confirmed cases, county records show. Later that month, the National Guard was deployed to assist the overwhelmed facility. State officials conducted five surveys this spring at Kingston Healthcare Center in Bakersfield, which...
    Stunned protesters surround a car that has driven into their ranks. A man is lying on the ground nearby. Another man exits the driver's side of the vehicle brandishing a gun. The protesters back away from him and he runs off and melts into the crowd as medics rush to help the wounded man. The dramatic scenes of the shooting on the streets of Seattle were captured by Reuters photographer Lindsey Wasson during protests against police brutality and racism that have rocked the city - and many other places across the United States - in recent days.  Wasson, a Seattle native, has been covering the protests in Washington state's largest city since May 31. The dramatic scenes of the shooting on the streets of Seattle were captured by Reuters photographer Lindsey Wasson during protests on June 7 She took the series of pictures from the window of a local newspaper that has offices overlooking a street that became a flashpoint She took the series of pictures on the evening of June 7 from the window of a local...
    (CNN)A swarm of desert locusts clouded the skies in the Indian city of Gurgaon on Saturday, prompting the government of the Indian capital New Delhi to issue an advisory informing officials to remain on high alert.The insects swept through the city at 11.30 a.m. local time (2 a.m. ET), Atul Kapur, the founder of a social enterprise who lives in Gurgaon, told CNN. After 15 minutes, thousands of locusts settled on the terraces and roofs of homes before being swept away by high winds. The last time Kapur saw a swarm in the city was at least 40 years ago, he said. "As kids we used to call them "tiddi" and [we] would scare them away with loud sounds," Kapur, 56, told CNN. In Indias remote villages, going hungry is as big a fear as catching the coronavirusIn neighboring New Delhi, the city's Labor and Development Minister, Gopal Rai, shared an advisory on Twitter, stating that all district magistrates in New Delhi are advised "to remain on high alert" as they scale up efforts to contain the migratory pest. It...
    After Long Beach physician Dr. Moira Rashid tested positive for COVID-19 in mid-March, she told contact tracers from the city health department that she had flown into Los Angeles International Airport from Munich, Germany, the day before falling ill. Passengers and crew on the March 13 flight were not informed they had traveled with an infected person because Rashid was not displaying known symptoms of COVID-19 during the flight. Since then, the risk from asymptomatic people has become clear. Rashid’s flight, Lufthansa 452, is the third instance identified by The Times in which public health officials in the early stage of the pandemic did not alert travelers into LAX that they were at risk for infection. Hundreds on these flights returned to their families and communities unaware they might be carrying the virus, potentially seeding new outbreaks. California Airline passengers brought COVID-19 into LAX in March — and no one warned the public California Airline passengers brought COVID-19 into LAX in March — and no one warned the public L.A. County public...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- COVID-19 has meant most of us can't spend time with our extended families. The Patel sisters came up with a way to cheer up their own grandparents during self-isolation."Even though we call them and text them every day it was clear they were still getting a bit lonely," said Shreya Patel. "And so one of my grandmother's friends actually wrote her a letter, and it just made her whole day and we were inspired by that. We thought how can we spread that same positivity, that same love to people in our community?"Shreya Patel and her younger sister, Saffron, spread those positive feelings through Letters Against Isolation, sending mail to seniors around the nation. The residents of a senior living community in Massachusetts were thrilled to participate and receive the letters, artwork and inspirational messages."Not only do they keep them, but they actually display them. They put them in their apartment, they look at them again, they read them for inspiration. Some of them have sent them along to family or friends," said Michelle Meehan, Life...
    Funding for a key Minneapolis Police Department accountability initiative after the death of George Floyd has fallen through, officials confirmed Thursday, meaning potential delays as the city scrambles to find another source for the money. Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced June 10 the department would contract with Benchmark Analytics, a Chicago company, to use its data-driven system to identify problematic behavior by officers so supervisors could take corrective action. Developed by the University of Chicago, it’s more advanced than similar systems used by many other departments across the country, as well as a system that Minneapolis tried in 2009 that never really got off the ground. The nonprofit Minneapolis Foundation was to fund the project for the first year, but CEO R.T. Rybak — a founding member of the Benchmark Analytics board and a former Minneapolis mayor — confirmed Thursday that the foundation has dropped its involvement. Rybak, who left the Benchmark board last December, said the foundation got involved because Arradondo wanted to move quickly. But he said they backed away “when there began to be some drama around...
    An energy pipeline in the Great Lakes around Michigan was ordered shut down on Thursday. A judge granted a request from the state after the owner reported problems with a support piece far below the surface. Enbridge Inc. has not provided enough information to Michigan officials to show that continued operation of the west leg of the Line 5 twin pipeline is safe, Ingham County Judge James Jamo said. He told Enbridge to close Line 5 as “immediately as possible” but no later than within 24 hours. Without the temporary order, “the risk of harm to the Great Lakes and various communities and businesses that rely on the Great Lakes would be not only substantial but also in some respects irreparable,” the judge said. There was no immediate comment from Enbridge, a Canadian company based in Calgary, Alberta. Enbridge’s Line 5 carries oil and natural gas liquids used in propane from Superior, Wisconsin, to Sarnia, Ontario. A four-mile segment divides into two pipes that lie on the bottom of the Straits of Mackinac, which connect Lake Huron and Lake Michigan between Michigan’s Upper...
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Funding for a key Minneapolis Police Department accountability initiative after the death of George Floyd has fallen through, officials confirmed Thursday, meaning potential delays as the city scrambles to find another source for the money. Police Chief Medaria Arradondo announced June 10 the department would contract with Benchmark Analytics, a Chicago company, to use its data-driven system to identify problematic behavior by officers so supervisors could take corrective action. Developed by the University of Chicago, it’s more advanced than similar systems used by many other departments across the country, as well as a system that Minneapolis tried in 2009 that never really got off the ground. The nonprofit Minneapolis Foundation was to fund the project for the first year, but CEO R.T. Rybak — a founding member of the Benchmark Analytics board and a former Minneapolis mayor — confirmed Thursday that the foundation has dropped its involvement. Rybak, who left the Benchmark board last December, said the foundation got involved because Arradondo wanted to move quickly. But he said they backed away “when there began to be some drama...