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    A man was arrested at Chicago O'Hare airport after opening the emergency door and climbing out onto the wing as his plane taxied to the gate. Passengers aboard United Airlines flight 2478 from San Diego were stunned when the man, who has not been identified, ripped open the emergency door in row 21 around 4.30am on Thursday.  He then walked down the wing before sliding off on the airfield where the airport's ground crew had to stop him and call law enforcement. Mary Ellen Eagelston, who appeared to be sitting a few rows back from the man, posted a picture on Twitter of the open door, writing: 'Guy jumps out of my plane before we get to the gate.'  An unidentified United Airlines passenger reportedly opened the emergency door in row 21 of a San Diego flight and walked out onto the wing before sliding down to the airfield. He was arrested and charges are pending  He has since been taken into police custody and charges are pending, according to WGN 9.  'Our ground crew stopped the individual outside of the aircraft, and the...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields is not expected to return from his ribs injury Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, but one of his fellow rookies could potentially see his first NFL game action. Bears coach Matt Nagy named quarterback Andy Dalton the starter and Nick Foles the backup for the Week 13 game at Soldier Field, saying Fields is making progress but wasn’t ready to be medically cleared to play. Meanwhile, the Bears have cleared rookie offensive tackle Teven Jenkins to be activated 3½ months after he underwent back surgery. Jenkins, the No. 39 draft pick out of Oklahoma State in the spring, returned to practice Nov. 15 and is feeling good, Nagy said. Nagy indicated Jenkins — for now — will be offensive line depth behind veteran left tackle Jason Peters and rookie right tackle Larry Borom, but he also could be used on the field-goal/extra-points team or in special situations. Nagy said a rotation with Borom midseason might be too difficult to execute. “When you draft a guy you’re always anticipating how he’s going...
    Mississippi orders coronavirus-infected individuals to isolate at home or face up to 5 years in prison China both worries and hopes as US departs Afghanistan One way or another, Rajon Rondo tends to find his way to championship contenders. The veteran point guard is one of only two players in NBA history to win championships with both the Lakers and the Celtics, and after a disappointing stint with the Hawks, he nearly added a third ring to his collection following a midseason trade to the Los Angeles Clippers. Now, Rondo again finds himself on a non-contender, though it doesn't seem as though he'll remain with one for very much longer.  © Provided by CBS Sports The Clippers dealt Rondo to the Memphis Grizzlies in a package to acquire another veteran point guard, Eric Bledsoe. The primary motivation of the deal for the Grizzlies was to acquire Patrick Beverley, whom they later flipped to the Minnesota Timberwolves for former lottery pick Jarrett Culver. The Clippers included Rondo in the deal to get off of his $8 million salary and to...
    Stars turning 50 in 2021 CNH Ends Talks With China’s FAW on Sale of Iveco Unit The former WNBA champ and current New Orleans Pelicans executive has an honest conversation about being a Black woman in sports. When the New Orleans Pelicans offered Swin Cash an opportunity to join their front office, she wasn’t completely sure if she should accept. The former WNBA All-Star and Olympian felt comfortable working as the director of franchise development for the New York Liberty, as well as a studio analyst for MSG Networks, and her family was settled. Ultimately Cash decided to do it for the women behind her—who all dream of working in front offices for major professional sports teams that are typically dominated by men. “I was going to take a position to make sure that the door stayed open. That was important to me,” Cash said. “This should be a revolving door. Too many times, people think about women, we get a position, and there can only be one.” And for Cash, once she made it to New...
    Former DHS Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli on Monday warned that President Joe Biden’s administration has thrown open the door for immigrants, a stark contrast from the previous President Donald Trump administration. This comes as the Biden administration announced plans to slowly allow 25,000 asylum seekers to enter the United States. Cuccinelli warned on Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Company” that Biden’s immigration policy will result in dangerous people such as child molesters, domestic abusers and drunk drivers being released back into the country instead of deported. “Professional career officers were finding just a couple of percent of those people qualified for asylum,” Cuccinelli stated. “I mean, it was a clear sham, and Mexico cooperated to give us an extraordinary level of detention ability. And so now, when they just throw open the door, I mean, that is the answer. It isn’t whether you could hold back. They have given up the main element that was holding back these 25,000 folks. And they’ve abandoned it despite 30,000 to 40,000 cases of evidence where there is no large number of people that...
    Antonio Murdock, 31, pictured arriving for his arraignment Tuesday A Delta airplane passenger who opened a cabin door and escaped down the emergency slide with a friend and his service dog because he was allegedly suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder has been pictured arriving for his arraignment in New York. Antonio Murdock, 31, was led into Queens County court in handcuffs Tuesday morning where he will be arraigned on multiple charges over Monday's incident. Murdock and his companion Brianna Greco, 23, both from Florida, were arrested after he opened a cabin door and activated the slide on Delta Flight 462 traveling from La Guardia Airport in New York to Atlanta Monday morning.  The couple changed seats several times before the flight began taxiing out to a runway and Murdock stood up and said he had PTSD, another passenger said.   He ignored the flight attendant's instruction to stay seated and the plane came to a grinding halt when he forced open the door and the pair went down the emergency slide with their service dog Rain. A source told NY Daily News Murdock...
    You can’t fly a drone at night. You can’t fly a drone over people. You need to be able to see it with your naked eye at all times — or have a dedicated observer who can. These rules exist to keep dumb drones (and reckless pilots) from crashing into people, property, and other aircraft in the skies. But what happens when drones get smarter, and can dodge obstacles on their own? That’s the kind of drone that Skydio builds, and it appears to be successfully convincing the FAA to create exceptions to that naked-eye, Visual Line Of Sight (VLOS) rule. This week, the FAA granted the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) a first-of-its-kind blanket waiver to fly Skydio drones beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) to inspect any bridge, anywhere across the state, for four whole years. They just need to make sure the bridge isn’t occupied by random people, and fly within 50 feet of the bridge and 1,500 feet of the drone’s pilot. It’s not the first time...
    A car owner used his best 'dad voice' to try to stop a bear breaking into his vehicle - and was amazed when it worked. Hilarious footage filmed from the safety of a cabin in the woods in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, shows the huge black bear taking a closer look at a parked Jeep-style vehicle.  The car owner films the bear standing up on its hind legs like a human and deftly opening the car door with its paws.  A curious black bear wanders out of the woods in Gatlinburg, Tennessee to take a closer look at a parked car Under his breath, the car owner says: 'Oh my gosh.'  He then raises his voice sternly to use his best 'dad voice' and shouts at the bear, saying: 'Hey! No, don't do that!'  The startled bear looks over to see who is yelling and releases the car door which slams shut.  The bear stands up on its hind legs and opens the car door using its paws in an attempt to take a look inside The man laughs...
    Ice Cube praised GOP Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C. for opening up the door for Democrats to work with Republicans on sweeping police reform laws. The actor and musician, whose real name is O’Shea Jackson, has been a vocal supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement, using his social media to help advocate for police reform and to highlight instances of police brutality, specifically within the black community. On Wednesday, he took to Twitter to praise Scott for leading a group of GOP members in introducing the Justice Act. ICE CUBE ACCUSED OF SHARING ANTI-SEMITIC IMAGES ON TWITTER “We gotta give credit to Sen. Tim Scott R-(SC) for moving the needle with the GOP to work with Dems on a real Police Reform Bill,” the 51-year-old “Ride Along Star” tweeted. On Wednesday, both chambers of Congress are set to tackle police reform as Senate Republicans prepare to unveil the bill and the House Judiciary Committee starts work on a proposal of its own. Ice Cube praised a GOP Senator for working with Democrats on police reform. (Getty Images) Scott is championing the...
    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Door knocking by census takers at the homes of people who haven’t yet responded to the 2020 census is scheduled to start next month with a “soft launch,” while a previously postponed count of the homeless will take place in September, U.S. Census Bureau officials said Friday. The door knocking to interview households that haven’t yet responded to the 2020 census was supposed to have started last month, but the ongoing pandemic prompted officials to push most of it back until August. Next month will mark the start of a “soft launch” in six locations around the country to be named later “to ensure systems, operations and field plans work as they should,” the bureau said in a statement. All census takers will be trained in social distancing and will have personal protective equipment, according to the bureau. As of Thursday, almost 61% of U.S. residents had answered the census questionnaire either online, by telephone or by mailing back the form. The Census Bureau plans to hire hundreds of thousands of census takers to knock on...
    An NYPD police officer was stripped of his gun and shield because he opened a car door on a protester during George Floyd marches in Brooklyn — an episode that the city’s top cop called a “troubling incident,” according to a statement released Tuesday. “As I’ve pledged to do, I want to share additional information regarding a troubling incident involving a member of the department related to demonstration activity that the NYPD is actively investigating,” Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said in the statement. “As part of our obligation to provide accountability when officers fail to reflect the high standards we set, the NYPD is taking action regarding an episode in recent days that raises serious concerns,” he said. The incident happened on May 29 when “the door of an unmarked NYPD vehicle was opened on a street in Brooklyn, striking a protestor,” the statement said. No further details were immediately provided on exactly where the incident took place or how it unfurled. Video shared to social media shows the incident. A woman holds a sign calling for the defunding of...
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