U.S. succeeds in ICBM interception with missile developed with Japan
The U.S. Defense Department said Tuesday that it has successfully destroyed an intercontinental ballistic missile target from a Navy ship using a missile interceptor developed jointly with Japan.The Standard Missile-3 Block 2A interceptors launched from Aegis destroyers are seen by the Pentagon as having the potential to add another layer of protection to its missile defense against ICBM threats, possibly from countries including North Korea, to the homeland.With the latest test, the United States has demonstrated that an Aegis vessel equipped with the SM-3 interceptor can "defeat an ICBM-clas...
Logan Ryan's late interception clinches Giants 23-20 win over Washington
Joe Judge told Logan Ryan to go be with his family and forget about football this week if he wanted to. But the veteran safety stuck with the team and sealed their second win of the season on Sunday.Ryan helped force two Washington fourth quarter turnovers at FedEx Field, including a game-ending interception of Alex Smith, to help the Giants snuff out a furious comeback and hold on barely, 23-20.Giants trainer Justin Maher had likely saved the life of Ryan’s wife Ashley earlier this week by telling her to go to the emergency room when she complained of stomach pains. That advice led to success...
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For all of Patrick Mahomes' elite traits, here's one more: His voice. Let us explain.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes underthrew his receiver, Mecole Hardman, by about three yards on a deep route Sunday, and so Chargers cornerback Desmond King reached up and plucked the ball out of the sky.As the Chargers sideline celebrated a game-changing, fourth-quarter turnover, Mahomes remained near the line of scrimmage, tapping his hips over and over again, mimicking a referee’s signal.Offsides.The flag already rested on the field. Mahomes knew it before he threw the pass. And the interception, which would have been the first September pick of his career, never happened. All because o...
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