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NASA helicopter makes history with successful flight on Mars

NASA’s miniature robot helicopter Ingenuity performed a successful takeoff and landing on Mars early on Monday, achieving the first powered, controlled flight by an aircraft over the surface of another planet, the U.S. space agency said. The solar-powered whirligig’s debut on the Red Planet marked a 21st-century Wright Brothers moment for NASA, which said success could pave the way for new modes of exploration on Mars and other destinations in the solar system, such as Venus and Saturn’s moon Titan. Mission managers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) near Los Angeles burst into applause and cheers as engineering data beamed back from Mars confirmed that the 4-pound (1.8-kg) twin-rotor helicopter had performed its maiden 40-second flight as planned about three hours earlie...
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Watch: Amazing Footage Of UFO’s Confirmed As Real By Pentagon

The Defense Department has confirmed that leaked photos and video of "unidentified aerial phenomena" taken in 2019 are indeed legitimate images of unexplained objects. Photos and videos of triangle-shaped objects blinking and moving through the clouds were taken by Navy personnel, Pentagon spokeswoman Sue Gough said in a statement to CNN. She also confirmed that photos of three unidentified flying objects — one "sphere" shaped, another "acorn" shaped and one characterized as a "metallic blimp" — were also taken by Navy personnel. "As we have said before, to maintain operations security and to avoid disclosing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, DOD does not discuss publicly the details of either the observations or the examinations of reported incursions...
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The New York Post Censored By Facebook This Week.

Once more unto the breach. On Thursday, Facebook decided its users should not be able to share a New York Post article about the property buying habits of one of the founders of Black Lives Matter. This is the third time we’ve tangled with social media giants in the past year. In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, we published a column that suggested the virus could have leaked from a Chinese virology lab. Facebook’s “fact checkers” decided this was an opinion you weren’t allowed to have, and blocked the article. Today, it’s a commonly discussed theory, with officials from former CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield to CNN’s Sanjay Gupta saying it can’t be discounted. Even the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has said it can’t be ruled out. In October, we publish...
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Suspect in Indianapolis mass shooting was former FedEx employee, known to law enforcement

Home of the alleged gunman ("Brandon Scott Hole, 19") accused of killing eight at a fedex facility INDIANAPOLIS — During a Friday afternoon press conference, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) identified the suspect in a shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility as Brandon Scott Hole, 19, of Indiana. Police also confirmed that Hole was a former FedEx employee. As of Friday afternoon, the Marion County Coroner’s Office was still working to identify the victims and notify their families. Police say Hole took his own life after killing eight people and injuring several others at a FedEx Ground facility. IMPD said the shooting happened at the FedEx ground facility in the 8900 block of Mirabel Road. When officers arrived around 11 p.m., they arrived to a chaoti...
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Last moments of Daunte Wright Caught by Police Body Cam. This could have been prevented.

Photo showing Duante Wright being shot in what police describe as "accidental discharge of a firearm" UPDATE: 04/14/2021 The claim that the warrants were for unlawful possession of a firearm are not completely accurate. Fox News has reported as follows. Daunte Wright, the 20-year-old Black man shot by a police officer in a Minneapolis suburb Sunday afternoon, had an open warrant for his arrest related to an aggravated armed robbery attempt when he was killed, according to court records. Wright and another man, identified as Emajay Maurice Driver, a high school acquaintance, had both been charged with first-degree aggravated robbery in a December 2019 incident in Osseso, Minn., Hennepin County District Court documents show. ORIGINAL ARTICLE: The police officer who fatally s...
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SEATTLE: DEA, FBI, and Puget Sound Law Enforcement Seize Drugs and Guns.

Guns seized by a joint task force in the pacific northwest Twenty-one people were arrested today on indictments and criminal complaints charging an extensive drug dealing conspiracy by defendants who often illegally possessed firearms, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Tessa M. Gorman. Law enforcement teams from FBI, DEA, Seattle Police Department, and other public safety organizations executed about ninety search warrants across the Puget Sound region from as far north as Everett and as far south as Spanaway. In addition to 16 of the 19 people named in the indictments, 5 additional defendants were arrested on criminal complaints. Those arrested will make their initial appearances in U.S. District Court in Seattle and Tacoma over the next few days. “Too often the intersection of drug d...
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Anthrax? A suspicious object was taken into custody by the FBI in Tacoma Washington

TACOMA - Near Tacoma Public Schools administration facility a suspicious object in the 700 block of South G. Shortly before 11 a.m., first responders were dispatched to the bus stop there for a wallet hanging in the air from fishing line with a white powdery substance on it. A note attached to the wallet claims the substance is Anthrax. The area is blocked off as Haz-Mat teams work to safely secure the wallet. The suspicious object is contained. FBI will take possession of the object for further testing. News Verifier Media
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Kids: Abandoned in the dessert. Thrown over the wall. Sold on the Dark/Deep web.

Left: Smugglers throw a 3 yo and 5 yo girl over the border wall - Right a boy 9 yo abandoned in the dessert. President Biden announced on March 24th 2021 that Kamala Harris would take on the border crisis. Since that date the Vice President has complained about living in the Blair House a 70,000 square foot mansion. Thank goodness though she got to move into her newly renovated residence yesterday. While She complained children suffered. She hasn't visited the border to date. The question is what has been done by the administration? The administration is considering a return to Trump era policies and wall construction. News Verifier Media has found that in the last two weeks Kamala Harris has made two phone calls. One call to the President of Mexico and the other to an o...
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CBS caught “deceptively editing”, Ron DeSantis responds.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has slammed 60 Minutes for 'deceptively editing' his exchange with a correspondent in a piece accusing him of cutting a 'pay-for-play' deal with grocery chain Publix for COVID-19 vaccine distribution, as even Democratic officials in the state say the program ignored key evidence contradicting the allegation. Sunday's episode of the once-venerable CBS News program revealed that weeks before Publix landed the lucrative contract, the chain donated $100,000 to DeSantis' PAC, Friends of Ron DeSantis. 60 Minutes implied in the piece that Publix was the only source of vaccines in Palm Beach County, which is false, and blamed the Publix deal for exacerbating racial and economic disparities in vaccine distribution. The report also featured a testy exchang...