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You Were Never Really Here.
President Trump was seen leaving the White House on Saturday morning after firing off a barrage of tweets claiming the election results were fraudulent.
It's unclear where he is going
Challenger: The Final Flight
Like many Gen Xers, the explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger on Jan. 28, 1986, was the first news event that I can remember exactly where I was when I learned it had happened. This four-part Netflix documentary takes a broad but also sharply focused look at one of the defining moments of the 1980s, that feels absolutely necessary even 34 years later. Though some reviewers complained that the doc doesn't tell us anything new, I think that misses its point. Instead, we're reminded that disasters like this never come from one thing that went wrong. In Challenger's case, it included an enormously complicated reusable machine, a bureaucratic and budget-conscious NASA culture that pushed an overly ambitious launch schedule, and the solid rocket boosters that ultimately failed on the launch day, just as so many people expected they would. It's shocking and saddening to see the entire story told in the span of a few hours and to be reminded that the search for teacher-in-space Christa McAullife was basically a PR exercise. And I appreciate that the interviews with the fallen astronauts' families -- particularly June Scobee Rodgers, the widow of Mission Commander Dick Scobee -- are candid and reflective, giving the story a necessary human element.
Advice: Jessica Alba tried to reassure voters in Arizona, one of the last states to end voting, Thanksgiving that they could vote as long as they got in line before the polls closed