Daily Archive: December 22, 2017

Dec
22

5 Best Handgun Makers on the Planet (Sig, Glock and Ruger Made the Cut)

5 Best Handgun Makers on the Planet (Sig, Glock and Ruger Made the Cut)Here are the five best handgun manufacturers. Gaston Glock’s initial attempt to build a handgun for the Austrian military has exploded into an international empire, all the more amazing considering that it was built solely on handguns. From the original Glock 17, the company now offers twenty-six handguns on the U.S. market in calibers from .380 Auto to .45 G.A.P.


Dec
22

Ex-Marine held over San Francisco Christmas attack plot: FBI

Ex-Marine held over San Francisco Christmas attack plot: FBIFederal agents arrested a former US Marine on Friday for allegedly plotting a Christmas attack in San Francisco inspired by the Islamic State jihadist group, according to court documents. Tow truck driver Everitt Aaron Jameson, 26, was planning to target the city’s busy Pier 39 tourist spot, according to an affidavit submitted by FBI Special Agent Christopher McKinney. Jameson professed not to need an escape plan as he was “ready to die,” according to the document.


Dec
22

The World’s Largest Lottery Has Just Drawn Its Winners

The World’s Largest Lottery Has Just Drawn Its WinnersThe lucky winners of Spain’s Christmas lottery celebrated on Friday as they eagerly awaited receiving their share of the 2.4 billion euro, or $2.8 billion, prize.


Dec
22

Baby's First Christmas! Premature Babies Get First Photo with Santa Claus in Texas NICU

Baby's First Christmas! Premature Babies Get First Photo with Santa Claus in Texas NICUA group of premature babies recently got their very first photos with Santa Claus when jolly old St. Nick stopped by a Texas hospital's neonatal intensive care unit


Dec
22

Amtrak engineer remarked on train speed 6 seconds before crash: NTSB

Amtrak engineer remarked on train speed 6 seconds before crash: NTSB(Reuters) – Six seconds before an Amtrak train derailed off a bridge and onto a highway near Seattle, the engineer remarked that the train was speeding, U.S. investigators said on Friday. The engineer then applied the brakes but apparently not the emergency brake, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said in a statement after retrieving and reviewing data from the data recorder and inward- and outward-facing cameras. Monday’s crash south of Seattle killed three people and sent about 100 others to hospitals.


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