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The New York Times
· Trump Hopes for His Own Booster Shot from SpaceX Rocket Launch →
Mr. Trump was so intent on associating himself with the breakthrough moment that he came from Washington to view the launch in person not once but twice, returning on Saturday even after the first attempt was scrubbed on Wednesday because of bad weather.
· SpaceX heading for ISS on historic private crewed flight →
The launch had originally been scheduled for Wednesday but was delayed because of weather conditions, which also remained uncertain yesterday right up until liftoff.
· Lewandowski hits brace as Bayern Munich go 10 points clear →
Werder could climb out of the relegation places for the first time since December on Wednesday if they beat Eintracht Frankfurt at home.
The New York Times
· China and India Brawl at 14,000 Feet Along the Border →
President Trump, unsolicited, stepped in on Wednesday, offering on Twitter to mediate what he called “a raging border dispute.”
· Trump threatens protesters with ‘vicious dogs.’ Some note they’ve seen that before. →
Trump walked back the tweet on Friday, writing that his statement was “spoken as a fact, not as a statement” and was intended to explain why a man was shot and killed in Minneapolis during the unrest on Wednesday night.
· SpaceX rocket lifts off on historic private crewed flight →
The first crewed flight from US soil since the space shuttle program ended in 2011 had originally been scheduled for Wednesday but was delayed because of weather conditions, which also remained uncertain on Saturday right up until liftoff at 3:22 p.m.
· Democrats to interview ousted State Department watchdog →
House and Senate Democrats will interview former State Department Inspector General Steve Linick on Wednesday as part of their investigation into his abrupt firing by President Donald Trump.
· The death of Ann Marie Smith: a shocking case of neglect, or a failure of the system? →
On Wednesday, it went on to announce former federal court judge Alan Robertson SC would investigate the regulation of the provider that was responsible for supporting Smith.
· SpaceX becomes first private company to launch NASA astronauts into space →
The company's reusable Falcon 9 rocket took off from Florida's Kennedy Space Center on Saturday after the first attempt was aborted Wednesday.
· SpaceX rocket blasts off on historic private crewed flight →
In preparation for Wednesday’s flight, SpaceX sent up a Dragon capsule with only a test dummy aboard last year, and it docked smoothly at the orbiting outpost on autopilot, then returned to Earth in a splashdown.