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81 in Washington, D C at 1 50. The T S a says it will resume defense training for airline employees. Help is on the way for airline workers dealing with a growing number of unruly passengers. Federal officials say they will resume offering self defense training to airline flight attendants and pilots, the they said The classes, which were stopped due to Covid 19 will begin again in early July, and they're optional this week, the FAA said. Airlines have reported more than 3000 incidents involving unruly passengers. It's January 1st. And while the agency hasn't tracked these reports in the past, a spokesman said it was safe to assume the 2021 numbers are the highest ever. It's a P correspondent Shelley Adler. A long awaited report from the federal government on UFOs makes at least one thing clear the objects are still unidentified. Investigators did not find extraterrestrial links in sightings of aircraft or other devices flying at mysterious speeds or trajectories. They drew a few other conclusions and instead highlighted the need for better data collection about what's increasingly seen by Democrats and Republicans as a national security concern, a task force examined more than 140 sightings of mysterious flying objects over the past two decades. Investigators found no evidence that the encounters most of which will buy US Navy pilots represented extra terrestrial life, but it does acknowledge that remains a possible explanation. It's BBC reporter Sophie Long, Scientists have announced that a massive fossilized skull at least 140,000 years old is a new species of ancient human. The New York Times reports the skull was found inside an abandoned well Researchers gave it the name Dragon Man for the Dragon River region of northeast China, where the skull was discovered. The team said that it not that Neanderthals was the extinct human species most closely related to our own. If confirmed, that could significantly change our view of how our even where our species homo SAPIENs evolved. Have you ever been to the Garden LX in Alexandria, Virginia. The events base hosts growing pride in the garden. Tomorrow. The garden is our event space, and we kind of came up with this idea that we're growing Pride program. Marie Marketer Emma Quinn presents Arts and crafts from 15 LGBTQ, plus makers and allies. We've got Bradshaw sauces, clover and maple woodworking. Delray Metal works do good soaps, handmade jewelry pottery. You can also find plenty of activities for the family. Washington's Women's football team. The D. C. Divas will be their kids create studio. They're going to be popping up hands on kids activities. The event is free, but $5 donations are recommended to benefit safe space. Nova Combating bullying of LGBT Q. Plus youth Jason Fraley wtlv News. Be glad you're not in Portland or Seattle unless you're like, really hot weather. Pacific Northwest is sweltering is a historic heat wave hit Washington and Oregon, with temperatures in many areas expected to top out 25 to 30 degrees above normal in the coming days. Seattle was expected to edge above 100 over the weekend and in Portland, Oregon, forecasters say the thermometer could sort to 108 degrees on Sunday, breaking an all time record. Heat wave shock to region accustomed to mild summers were many don't even have air conditioning. Just ahead in money news. Now that you're heading back time to look for a new job. I'm Jeff Global. It's 1 53. One of the reasons the MP 1 80 clients succeed is the personalized one on one coaching. Here's one of their coaches. I'm Kurt, one of the health coaches at the MP 1 80. Sometimes we men become a little complacent about how we look, I know because that's where I was £70 ago. Weight loss and being healthy doesn't have to be hard. We have a saying of the MP. We meet you where you are. If you've got some unhealthy habits that you think are impossible to give up. We work with you don't make small changes that will lead to big results..

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