Mad cow disease in California became the first case in the U.S. since 2006 and fourth in U.S. history, but there is no danger to humans, the U.S. Agriculture Department said Tuesday. Mad cow disease in California became the first case in the U.S. since 2006 and fourth in U.S. history, but there is no danger to humans, the U.S. Agriculture Department said Tuesday.
Department of Agriculture has confirmed the country’s fourth case of mad cow disease, according to press reports. The case of dairy cows in central California, Reuters reported. However, food HuffPost reported that the cow did not… Read more
It was an extraordinarily rare incident in the air and a frightening one for passengers: A JetBlue pilot was locked out of the cockpit and wrestled to the floor by passengers after screaming about a bomb during a flight from New York to Las Vegas.
I’m giving you two cell-phone clips from the flight itself. The audio, alas, is poor, with someone clearly shouting in the distance but unintelligibly (at least to me). According to Fox News, though, he was ranting about Iran and Iraq and someone heard something about bombs. When he tried to get back in the cockpit,… Read more