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Thursday June 22nd, 2023 evening edition

image for The missing Titanic submersible has likely used its 96 hours of oxygen, making chances of rescue even bleaker

If oxygen does run out, forensic experts explained what could happen to their bodies if found in an intact vessel.

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The missing Titan submersible with five people on board has likely run out of oxygen, making any prospect of a rescue even slimmer.

The submersible went missing on Sunday during a dive to the Titanic shipwreck at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

On Monday, the US Coast Guard estimated that there was 70 to 96 hours of breathable air on the sub when it took off.

The US Coast Guard told Insider that it will keep looking for the submersible through Thursday.

In general, the higher the temperature, the faster the body will decompose, and without oxygen, bacteria can't thrive, she said. »

John Eastman’s expert witness in disbarment hearing is barred for not being an expert

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A judge in California barred an expert witness from testifying in the disbarment trial of John Eastman, the former attorney for former president Donald Trump, since the witness was not an expert, The Daily Beastreported.

Mr Eastman is facing a potential disbarment for his involvement in a plot to overturn the 2020 presidential election results.

“I don’t see how Mr Fried is qualified to be an expert,” NPR reporter Tom Dreisbach reported her saying. »

Postal worker dies in Dallas, woman found dead in Louisiana as temperatures reach record highs

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A postal worker died on Tuesday while working his route in a Dallas neighborhood, according to the U.S.

Temperatures in San Angelo and Del Rio, Texas, hit all-time record highs on Tuesday, reaching 114 degrees and 113 degrees, respectively.

Temperatures will cool slightly after Wednesday with thunderstorms rolling through, but temperatures are still expected to be above seasonal norms. »