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What is a prop gun? This film industry firearms expert explains

Film crew member Halyna Hutchins was killed after actor Alec Baldwin discharged a prop gun on the set of the movie "Rust" in New Mexico. Ben Simmons, a fire arms instructor for actors, explains what prop guns are.
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Islanders end 11-game losing streak with win over Senators
Anders Lee scored twice for the Islanders, who snapped an 11-game losing streak and earned their first win in more than a month by beating the Senators.
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House Passes Defense Authorization Bill 363-70, Now Heads to Senate
The $768 billion defense bill will fund the U.S. military in the new year and also reform the military judicial system.
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‘Riverdale’: Madelaine Petsch Breaks Down Cheryl’s Epic, Time-Spanning Romance
Plus, what's next in the series' hundredth episode -- and beyond?
Knicks prospect Luka Samanic shining in G-League
It was neat timing for the Knicks that two-way prospect Luka Samanic won G-League Player of the Week honors Tuesday while the Knicks were in Alamo City.
House passes agreement on deal to allow Democrats to address debt ceiling
The agreement would create a one-time process to allow Senate Democrats to raise the debt ceiling on their own without fear of a GOP filibuster.
Biden Withdraws Banking Nominee Saule Omarova After GOP Pushback and Modest Dem Support
Concerns from Republicans over her thoughts on banking regulations and her birth in the former Soviet Union led Omarova to request the nomination be withdrawn.
The House OKs a bipartisan defense policy bill that includes servicemember pay boost
The National Defense Authorization Act would also overhaul the military justice system.
Los Angeles neighborhood group in Melrose installs license plate readers amid crime wave
A neighborhood group that monitors crime along a portion of Los Angeles’ famed Melrose Avenue is moving forward with a plan to install license plate readers along the corridor amid a spike in shootings and brazen robberies.
What you missed on ABC's live version of 'Facts of Life' and 'Diff'rent Strokes'
Norman Lear and Jimmy Kimmel kicked off the third "Live in Front of a Studio Audience" special with a moment made for live TV -- but not for censors.
Jets’ kicking calamity goes back to Nick Folk blunder
If the Jets were any good, this would be a much bigger issue. If the Jets were in contention for — (clearing throat) — a playoff berth this would be a major problem. But because the Jets stink and because they’re light years from even sniffing the aroma of playoff contention, this is a mere...
Strike By A Thousand-Plus Kellogg's Workers to Continue After They Reject Company's Offer
The declined five-year offer included cost-of-living adjustments in the latter years of the deal and kept the current healthcare benefits.
'The Voice' semifinals: Ariana Grande's entire team wiped out in emotional Top 5 reveal
Ariana Grande's season is ending early on "The Voice." The five finalists were revealed Tuesday following Monday's semifinal performances.
Chrishell Stause debuts brunette hair at the People’s Choice Awards
“wowww you look stunning , love the new look,” one person enthused on Twitter, while another marveled, “Ok was not expecting Chrishell to look this fireeee with brown hair omg.”
Man attacks Midtown business owner who asked him to wear mask
A man attacked the owner of a Midtown military surplus store who asked him to wear a face mask inside the business last month, police said Tuesday.
Investigating coal ash sites near you
Hundreds of these coal waste sites dot the country. Forty or fewer have a protective liner to keep their contents contained, and more than 200 have been shown to contaminate groundwater with toxic substances at levels that exceed federal safety standards.
Jussie Smollett blasts prosecutor for reading actor's texts that included N-word
Jussie Smollett took the stand for the second day in a row at his trial on Tuesday.
Businesses still struggle to hire willing workers
Mexican kidnap-for-ransom ring that operated in Southern California is indicted
The defendants are accused of kidnapping nine people and demanding payment from the families. In some cases the victims, who included three U.S. citizens, were killed even when the ransom was paid.
'Omicron,' 'dogecoin' top list of 2021's most mispronounced words
Virtually everyone is having trouble pronouncing the latest coronavirus variant “omicron.” Other words, like "Dogecoin" and "Chipotle," also top the 2021 list of words that proved most challenging for newsreaders and people on television to pronounce this year.
Veteran reflects on camaraderie, time served in war on 100th birthday
Florida's first case of omicron variant confirmed
Farmers get help with mental health struggles
Military mom battling breast cancer gifted car
Alligator seen in western Massachusetts river captured
FedEx driver accused of stealing service dog
Restaurant workers accused of serving teens alcohol
Police arrest man accused of multiple hit-and-runs
After Senate leaders broker a deal, the House takes a first step to avoid default
Congress is setting up a complicated process that could avoid a potential federal default.
Mixing Pfizer and Moderna vaccines gives a better immune system response against COVID-19, study finds
British researchers set out to find whether mixing vaccines is an effective way to protect individuals against COVID-19, but they found that taking one dose of Pfizer then a second dose of Moderna nine weeks later actually produced a better immune system response than two doses of Pfizer.
Video: Is Sergio Pettis the front runner for 2022 Bellator Bantamweight Grand Prix?
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Sarah, Duchess of York, stands by Prince Andrew, says she was ‘the most persecuted woman’ in the royal family
Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, said she's standing by Prince Andrew after he was accused of sexually assaulting Virginia Giuffre. British police announced in October that no action would be taken against Prince Andrew in regard to the accusation.
Philadelphia's former Democratic mayor slams Soros-funded DA for refusing to call murder surge a 'crisis'
Philadelphia’s former Democratic mayor blasted the city’s current Democratic district attorney and called his recent comments on the record crime surge in Philadelphia as one of the most “ignorant” and “insulting” comments ever spoken by an elected official.
Board of Elections replaces top official amid pledge for reform
The embattled NYC Board of Elections bounced its powerful No. 2 official amid a pledge for reform after years of scandals.
Internet Backs Woman Who Butted Into Another Couple's Dinner, Defended Breastfeeding Mom
"I said she has been struggling," the Redditor wrote.
Pollak: Putin Didn't Dare Invade Ukraine When 'Puppet' Trump Was President
It was Trump and his "America first" policy that kept rivals like Putin in check; Biden's weak multilateralism provokes aggression.
Weekend practice sessions for Tiger fuel talk about return
Tiger Woods kept everyone guessing at the Hero World Challenge with weekend range sessions that got as much attention as the two eagles Viktor Hovland made in his comeback victory.
Josh Duggar's dad Jim Bob to his wife Anna Duggar: All of the family members who've appeared at his trial
As Joshua Duggar sits through his child pornography trial, multiple Duggar family members have made appearances in the courtroom including Jim Bob, Anna and more.
Home dubbed 'house from hell' gets a new look
A Colorado Springs, Colorado, house was so badly trashed by a former tenant that its real estate agent described it as "the house from hell." The home sold for over $580,000 and is back on the market with a new transformation. CNN affiliate KKTV takes us inside.
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LSU quarterback Max Johnson says he's entering the transfer portal
LSU quarterback Max Johnson took to Twitter on Tuesday night to announce that he was entering the transfer portal.       
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Cristobal arrives at Miami, says it's 'time to go to work'
Mario Cristobal scrawled notes in pencil on a yellow legal pad during the private flight that brought him to Miami. He carried the pad into the Hurricanes’ football building Tuesday, his first full day as the program’s head coach.
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Chile's Congress votes to legalize same-sex marriage
Chile's Congress voted on Tuesday to approve a bill legalizing same-sex marriage, clearing the way for it to become law.
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Minnesota's Nearly $8 Billion Surplus Has Democrats, GOP Haggling Over How to Spend It
While Democratic lawmakers wish to use the budget surplus to help fund economic opportunities for residents, Republicans support tax cuts instead.
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Congressional leaders reach deal to avert debt ceiling crisis
Congressional leaders on Tuesday announced a deal that would avert a default of the nation’s credit.
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Australia Decides to Join US in Beijing Boycott, PM Says 'It's The Right Thing To Do'
Citing human rights concerns and recent political conflict between the countries, PM Scott Morrison said Australia will not send diplomats to the 2022 Games.
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Frenzy Part II? What to expect when MLB roster freeze lifts
The ink was hardly dry on Corey Seager’s $325 million, 10-year contract with the Texas Rangers last week when baseball’s historically hurried free agency period crashed to a halt.
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Inside one major police department's effort to prevent fatal mistakes
For more than 5 seconds, footage from a body-worn camera shows former Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, police officer Kimberly Potter gripping the handle of a weapon and pointing it at 20-year-old Daunte Wright as officers try to place the resisting suspect under arrest.
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Candace Bushnell Asks, ‘Is There Still Sex in the City?’ The Answer: Get Me a Cosmo, Fast.
Joan MarcusAny dedicated, line-repeating Sex and the City fan knows there are at least two Sex and the City’s; the first seasons in which Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha exist in a fairly un-glossy New York, which have an echo of the pop-friskiness of Desperately Seeking Susan. Bathed in global popularity, the show thereafter transformed into a high-gloss, serious-fashion fairytale of princesses rejecting frogs and finding princes. Sex and the City was always a pleasure to watch, but its later seasons were a striking departure from its initial sharp celebration and interrogation of sexual freedom and being single, emphasis on the “being.”Turn on your TV and the episodes are on repeat somewhere. Those of us who loved it and held viewing parties the first time around can and do watch it over and over again. How many times have I seen Carrie send that vase of carnations flying after Berger’s Post-it: “I’m Sorry I Can’t Don’t Hate Me—”? Oh reader, too many times. The movies: well yes, they’re not good, particularly the ghastly second one. But like a bad relation, they are borne, not completely disowned. Mention them, and fans look as stricken as the gang did when Carrie momentarily became “fashion roadkill.” (But look, she’s up and smiling again, with Heidi Klum!)Read more at The Daily Beast.
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