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The Founding Father, who wrote in 1776 that “all men are created equal,” was the master of a 5,000-acre working plantation. Over the course of his life, Thomas Jefferson owned 607 slaves. A $35 million restoration of the Charlottesville site will showcase their lives.
The Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Launch Complex 39A, last used five years ago when the space shuttle flew its final mission. Eight minutes after taking off, the rocket's first stage touched down safely on a massive landing pad at the space center.
President Trump's tweet declaring the media an "enemy of the people" — and his antagonism to the press more broadly — are characteristic of a would-be dictator, Republican Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) and Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff (Calif.) independently charged in interviews airing this weekend.
McCain's allegation came first in a Saturday conversation with NBC's Chuck Todd on Meet the Press.
After only thirty days into the presidency of Donald Trump, some Democrats are already talking about impeachment as each day there are more indications the president may be violating the Constitution’s emoluments clause. However, other Democrats are warning to go slow as investigations into Ru
Jesse Watters surely must have made his boss proud of him Friday night when, as guest host for The O’Reilly Factor, he just couldn’t understand why someone might think Donald Trump is “racially insensitive.” Because he’s had his photograph taken with black celebrities.
Watters hosted a discussion with Niger Innis, one of Fox’s regular African American black attackers, and Democrat Atima Omara about Trump and race.
After it was delayed for repairs Saturday, the first joint SpaceX-NASA rocket launch had a successful liftoff Sunday morning. The Falcon 9 rocket launched at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, and it will deliver a load of cargo to the International Space Station.
LIFTOFF! The @SpaceX #Dragon spacecraft leaves Earth to deliver cargo and supplies to @Space_Station: https://t.co/mzKW5uDsTi pic.twitter.com/290v3yjvYu
— NASA (@NASA) February 19, 2017
The rocket took off from Launch Pad 39A, the same pad Apollo 11 used in 1969 on the way to the moon.