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     A VET has revealed the five neediest dog breeds - and some may just surprise you. Adam Christman, who is based in the US, took to TikTok and shared an informative video where he explains that the top five are based on veterinary visits, insurance claims and breed dispositions. 2Adam Christman revealed the top five neediest dog breedsCredit: TikTok/@dr.adamchristman52 2The vet told how the Dachshund is "so high maintenance"Credit: TikTok/@dr.adamchristman52 In the clip, he begins: "These napoleon complex dogs suffer from intervertebral disc disease. "They're one of my favourites - so give it up for the Dachshund! They're so high maintenance…" Adam then goes on to reveal that the Great Dane comes in at number four. READ MORE ON DOGSOH MY DOG I'm a vet & here’s what we really think about certain dog breedsOH MY DOG I'm a vet & your dog breed says a lot about your personality "This beautiful family dog eats a lot of food, requires great beds, are prone to cardiac disease and cancers , but also prone to stealing your heart," he explains. According to...
    A B-1B Lancer bomber erupted into a massive fireball at the Dyess Air Force Base in Texas on Wednesday during a routine engine check, injuring two people. The $316m aircraft was parked on the flightline before the fiery explosion that took place around 10 pm.  It is believed to have gone up during refueling, although further details about exactly what happened have yet to emerge. Footage posted on Facebook showed the jet ablaze. The entire fleet was withdrawn from service last year due to faults with its fueling process.  The two people that were injured were transported to Hendrick Medical Center South suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and have since been released. A close-up of the fiery blast that erupted on Wednesday night around 10 pm at the Dyess Air Force based located in Abilene, Texas during a routine maintenance on the B 1-B Bomber The B1-B Lancer, pictured here, is similar to the aircraft that caught on fire at the Texas air base on Wednesday night. The fire started during routine maintenance work. Two military personnel involved in the blast were...
    Lauren Lide, 26, former flight operations manager at Melbourne Flight Training in Florida, has been accused of tampering with airplane data after her father was fired from the school and she quit  A Florida woman has been arrested on multiple felony counts, accused of hacking into a flight training school's computer system and tampering with data as part of a plot to avenge her father's firing. Lauren Lide, 26, was taken into custody on Saturday and booked into the Brevard County jail on charges of modifying computer data programs without authority, and accessing a computer or an electronic device without authority. According to an affidavit obtained by WESH, the Brevard County Sheriff's Office launched an investigation into the hacking incident back in January 2020, when Derek Fallon, CEO of Melbourne Flight Training, logged into the school's computer system and noticed several red flags. Fallon reported that information about 12 aircraft, including their model and tail numbers, had been deleted, and that some airplanes with maintenance issues were listed as cleared for flight. She was accused of deleting information about 12...
    In another blow for pandemic weary Americans eager to travel again, the country's largest carrier, American Airlines, canceled hundreds of flights over Father's Day weekend. Passengers sounded off on social media in response after pilot shortages, staff sickness and maintenance issues disrupted travel. One father, Ken Novak, said he has felt powerless to help his 17-year-old daughters, who have been stranded for 27 hours in Dallas. "They're just, by this point, very tired and very exhausted, very much in need of a change of clothes, a shower and probably a good night's sleep," Novak said. Both of Ken Novak's daughter's were left stranded in a Dallas, Texas, airport for 27 hours. Ken Novak The TSA screened more than 2 million people on Sunday — the most since the pandemic began. As the U.S. heads into the busy travel season, ongoing issues like these could force the airline to cancel 60 flights a day for the remainder of June — equivalent to 600 planes — and up to 80 flights a day through mid-July, totaling over 900 cancelations. Trending News...
    (CBS4) — American Airlines appears to have been caught off-guard by the sudden resurgence of air travel. The carrier has canceled hundreds of flights since Saturday, citing labor shortages and maintenance issues. (credit: DANIEL SLIM/AFP/Getty Images) Airline officials told CNN they’ve seen an “incredibly quick ramp up of customer demand” as the coronavirus pandemic continues to recede. On Monday morning, the website for Denver International Airport showed just one canceled flight and one delayed flight. Get used to it for the next few weeks. The airline says it will continue to cancel 50 to 80 flights a day, well into July.
    In this article AALAmerican Airlines planes at LaGuardia AirportLeslie Josephs | CNBCAmerican Airlines said it canceled hundreds of flights this weekend due to staffing shortages, maintenance and other issues, challenges facing the carrier as travel demand surges toward pre-pandemic levels. About 6% of the airline's schedule, or 180 flights, were canceled on Sunday, according to flight-tracking site FlightAware. About half of those were because of unavailable flight crews, showed a company list, which was viewed by CNBC. On Saturday, about 4%, or 123 flights, were canceled, the site showed. American said it is trimming its schedule by about 1% through mid-July to help ease some of the disruptions, some of which it said resulted from bad weather at its Charlotte and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport hubs during the first half of June. "The bad weather, combined with the labor shortages some of our vendors are contending with and the incredibly quick ramp up of customer demand, has led us to build in additional resilience and certainty to our operation by adjusting a fraction of our scheduled flying through mid-July," said...
    Gas shortage concerns send demand spiking in several states We needed this: Jews of color in US come together for first Shabbaton conference Things are not going well at Bungie as the developers roll out their new Destiny 2 season today. Season of the Splicer is off to a very rough start as players were hit by endless disconnections, error messages, and other issues. Things have gotten so bad that Bungie has resorted to pulling the entire game offline while they try and get to the bottom of things. © Provided by GamePur While it’s fair to say that Bungie can often run into issues like this on launch day, and server instability as part of new content has become quite the meme over the years, pulling the servers down like this is a huge step. Worse, it is a sign that something is badly wrong with the game right now. A tweet from the official Bungie Help Twitter account announced the move, but there were no details provided on when the servers might come back online....
    Beachgoer discovers rare terrifying football fish on Southern California shore Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff slammed Facebook for asking its Supreme Court to rule on Trumps suspension: This is your company When it rains, it pours. © Provided by Dot Esports Destiny 2‘s launch day for season 14, Season of the Splicer, is going less than ideally. The game has been taken offline for emergency maintenance following a wave of connection issues for players. As of now, there’s no announcement of when this maintenance will end. A spike in players experiencing both the “HONEYDEW” and “CHICKEN” error codes indicate a serious issue with getting players connected to the game on season premier day. On top of that, the original ongoing maintenance period was supposed to be extended an additional three hours—but with the caveat that the game wouldn’t have to go do down. Unfortunately that’s clearly not the case anymore, since the game is down. The solution for these issues isn’t to re-install your game, or go into the replies of Bungie’s official Twitter accounts and be rude. The...
    The ongoing pandemic has brought with itself a range of unprecedented crises. Forced to sit at home, we have found solace in video games and the ability to play online with friends. However, the PlayStation Network took a hit today as users are reporting a problem with the servers. Network issues are not uncommon and are usually fixed within a few hours. However, the frenzy that follows the same is a different ball game altogether. And that’s exactly what happened today. Users from the US, Europe, and some parts of Asia reported issues while connecting to the servers. Numerous issues plaguing the PlayStation Network PSN down reports are on the rise as users have been complaining of errors while logging in. The independent outage monitor Down Detector reported a number of issues with PSN. PS4 games faced a maintenance error while logging in. Down Detector reported that as many as 76% of users were not able to log in while the rest were not being able to access the games that were purchased online, subsequently affecting features like game...
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