Rapper Post Malone was on board a private jet that landed safely in New York after it blew 2 tires on takeoff from a New Jersey airport Tuesday morning.

Minutes after the jet made an emergency landing, Malone took to Twitter.com to thank his followers for their prayers. He also lashed out at Twitter users who wished death on him.

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US soldier

A U.S. Army soldier took 10 flights in 2 days to get home in time to attend his daughter's birth in Monterey, California.

U.S. Army Combat Engineer Francois Clerfe made it to the hospital in time to join his wife, Natalia Svistunova, at the hospital before she gave birth to their daughter on New Year's Day.

Clerfe said he flew nearly 10,000 miles from his deployment in Iraq to L.A. -- that's 10 flights over 2 days. “Kuwait, to Turkey, to Turkey to Frankfurt, Frankfurt to Baltimore, Baltimore to Atlanta,” he said, before catching the final 3 legs of his trip to Monterey.

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Tamika Mallory

Women's rights activist Tamika Mallory was booted off an American Airlines flight in Miami after a dispute over seating on Sunday.

Mallory was on a flight heading home to New York when the pilot followed her on board to chastise her over an argument she had with a gate agent.

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Urana McCauley

Urana McCauley, Rosa Parks' niece, does not see any comparison between her aunt and combatant United Airlines passenger Dr. David Dao.

Rosa Parks is a civil rights legend who refused to give up her seat to a white man on a city bus in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955. Her act of peaceful defiance helped spark the black civil rights movement.

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...when technical difficulties force you off the court & into a desert windstorm ? @allisonw_espn #finalfour

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For weeks there were rumors about an upcoming round of layoffs at ESPN. The sports network is bleeding cable subscribers due to its radical leftwing agenda that rubbed mostly conservative sports fans the wrong way.

ESPN's layoffs were expected to bring surprises, as anchors and field personnel alike sweat bullets wondering whose head was on the chopping block.

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