Day: November 14, 2023

2 Coast Guard members in ‘serious’ condition after Alaska helicopter crash

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter on a search and rescue mission crashed in southeast Alaska, seriously injuring two of the four crew members on board. US ARMY IDENTIFIES 2 SOLDIERS KILLED AFTER TRANSPORT VEHICLE FLIPS IN ALASKA TRAINING AREA All four crew members were taken to Seattle for treatment following the crash late Monday on 2 Coast Guard members in ‘serious’ condition after Alaska helicopter crash

House passes bill to avert government shutdown, Speaker Johnson notches first big legislative win

The House of Representatives passed a bill to avert a pre-holiday season government shutdown on Tuesday night along strong bipartisan lines. It passed 336 to 95, well over the two-thirds margin it needed to get the measure over the line. Just two Democrats voted against the bill, along with 93 Republicans.  It’s now headed to House passes bill to avert government shutdown, Speaker Johnson notches first big legislative win

Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill has grim outlook for future after watching popular streamer’s stunt

Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill offered a grim prediction about the future on social media in reaction to a steamer’s latest video. IShowSpeed, 18, was seen doing a Coca-Cola and Mentos challenge on one of his streams. For whatever reason, he had what appeared to be a condom over his head while he was doing Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill has grim outlook for future after watching popular streamer’s stunt

Sage Steele tears into Megan Rapinoe for God comment: ‘Narcissism at its finest’

Former ESPN host Sage Steele reignited her feud with U.S. soccer star Megan Rapinoe on Tuesday after the athlete’s claim that her injury proved there is no God. During the National Women’s Soccer League Championship on Saturday, Rapinoe was injured within the first six minutes and forced to leave the game. The injury was especially Sage Steele tears into Megan Rapinoe for God comment: ‘Narcissism at its finest’

2 deputies are charged with attacking an inmate at a Memphis jail

Two Tennessee jail deputies were charged Tuesday with attacking a Memphis inmate who was injured but survived. Shelby County Sheriff’s Office deputies Odell Underwood and Reginald Wilkins have been indicted on charges of official misconduct, official oppression and assault with bodily harm, court records show. Shelby County Jail inmate Damian Florez-Ramirez was injured in the 2 deputies are charged with attacking an inmate at a Memphis jail

Wisconsin Senate passes 8-figure PFAS grant bill

Wisconsin municipalities and landowners could apply for tens of millions of dollars in state grants to combat PFAS pollution under a bill the state Senate approved Tuesday. The chamber passed the Republican-authored bill 23-10. The legislation goes next to the state Assembly. Passage there would send it Gov. Tony Evers, but the governor has said Wisconsin Senate passes 8-figure PFAS grant bill

White House confirms Hamas terrorists using Gaza’s largest hospital as operations base

The White House confirmed Tuesday that Hamas terrorists are using Gaza’s largest hospital, al-Shifa, and the tunnels beneath it as a base for military operations and to hold hostages. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby made the confirmation during a press gaggle aboard Air Force One, backing up what the Israeli military had been saying White House confirms Hamas terrorists using Gaza’s largest hospital as operations base

Colorado’s Deion Sanders quickly shuts down notions he’s interested in Texas A&M job: ‘I’m good’

Deion Sanders hasn’t even finished his first season at the helm of the Colorado football program, but his name is already being linked to a high-profile coaching vacancy. Texas A&M recently dismissed Jimbo Fisher. According to multiple reports, the university will owe Fisher a contract buyout of approximately $77 million. The figure represents almost triple Colorado’s Deion Sanders quickly shuts down notions he’s interested in Texas A&M job: ‘I’m good’

NYC Mayor Eric Adams says parents may need to help in public schools amid migrant crisis: ‘All hands on deck’

Mayor Eric Adams urged parents in the Big Apple to prepare for “all hands on deck” as the city slashed newly trained safety agents amid the ongoing migrant crisis, warning parents that they may need to volunteer at their children’s schools. “To make sure we continue to create an environment for our children, we have NYC Mayor Eric Adams says parents may need to help in public schools amid migrant crisis: ‘All hands on deck’

Aaron Rodgers takes jab at ESPN over COVID talk, rips conspiracies about injury

While appearing on the Halloween edition of “The Pat McAfee Show,” Aaron Rodgers said he wasn’t able to wear his costume, a spike protein. McAfee and cohost A.J. Hawk guessed Rodgers dressed up as Dr. Anthony Fauci, a vaccine, a doctor or a scientist, getting laughs from Rodgers, who has been critical of the coronavirus Aaron Rodgers takes jab at ESPN over COVID talk, rips conspiracies about injury