A NASA-contracted rocket carrying experiments and supplies destined for the International Space Station exploded Tuesday evening just seconds after liftoff from the Wallops Flight Facility on the Virginia coast.
The rocket was unmanned and there have been no injuries reported to people on the ground but the spacecraft and rocket alone are valued at over $200 million dollars.
A family says police escorted them off a Frontier Airlines plane because of their crying son.
Leo and Regina Khalfin said their 2-year-old son, Sam, had a meltdown before takeoff, but they claimed he eventually calmed down. However, during the flight from the Dominican Republic to St. Louis, Sam got upset again during turbulence.
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