The seasoned flight instructor was a licensed instrument pilot, meaning he was trained on the safety and navigational tools needed to fly under poor weather conditions.
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It dates to 1991 and appears to have a connection to a former soap star.
Other passengers were still being identified.
The Duncan Hunter saga came to the digital screen as a five-part docu-series, produced by the regional newspaper that first broke the story of Hunter’s campaign spending in 2016.
The actress’ six-episode Netflix series, “The Goop Lab,” pushes plenty of junk science and overpriced crap—but it’s also very, very dull.
The family of a black man who OD’d in activist Ed Buck’s home claims racial bias played into the decision not to prosecute.
“We’re constantly monitoring threats,” says Russell Stuart, founder of the Force Protection Agency—a team of current and ex-soldiers protecting some of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
“They’ve all been sort of crying joyfully,” said John O’Brien, an attorney for the 22 Jane Does who’d accused the site of fraudulently distributing their XXX videos online.
A highly scientific and absolutely definitive list of the swindles that shaped the 2010s, in some order of influence, depravity, and being stupid.
Ten years later, David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin’s “The Social Network” stands as a remarkably prescient portrait of the social media giant and its Machiavellian founder.