Former Texas A&M DL Michael Bennett expected to turn himself in Monday
A grand jury in Harris County, Texas, accused Bennett of pushing aside an elderly paraplegic worker during Super Bowl LI. Bennett was in the crowd that day to watch his brother Martellus, a tight end who played for New England at the time.
In a surprise blogpost made this morning, Pokemon Go informed players that a "series of mysterious happenings" is occurring all over the world, and asked players to help research whether these events were connected to Mew. Later this week, PG trainers will receive new activities and challenges to take on that will end up yielding in-game rewards. These tasks are story-driven, with a narrative that unfolds as the player completes stages in an eight-part quest. It may be that Mew will become available through Special Research alone. By completing tasks in that category, players will gain XP and also work their way to even bigger rewards. Starting this week, players will have access to two new gameplay features: Field Research and Special Research.
Canada Joins Western Campaign and Expels Russian Diplomats
Moscow vowed that this "unfriendly step by this group of countries will not pass without trace and we will respond to it". The Washington Post reported that Flynn had assured Kislyak that the issue would be revisited once Trump took office.
This is a huge addition for Pokemon Go and potentially solves numerous issues that players have complained about for months. Field Research tasks, the game's version of daily quests, will offer more challenging tasks for greater rewards. These rewards range from Rare Candy and TMs to Legendary Pokemon encounters. Your first project completion each day will give you a stamp, and seven stamps are good for a research breakthough that could potentially lead you to an encounter with Mew or another legendary Pokémon. The next Pokemon Go update will surely please current players, and may bring others back to the game.
Several US states in potential path of falling Chinese space station
The first Chinese orbital docking occurred between Tiangong-1 and an unpiloted Shenzhou spacecraft on November 2, 2011. Tiangong-1 - which weighs 9.4 ton - will not be the biggest spacecraft to ever fall uncontrolled from the sky.