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TSA to allow small knives, bats, clubs on planes
For the first time in more than a decade, passengers will be allowed to carry small knives onto planes. Starting next month, the Transportation Security Administration will relax its ban on some items that had been restricted on flights since 9/11.
The agency said it will allow passengers to have small knives with blades less than 2.5 inches long and certain sporting items -- such as golf clubs and ski poles -- will also be allowed.
But, not everyone involved is excited about the change. The head of the air marshal unit of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association said "flight attendants are going to be sitting ducks," and a union representing 90,000 flight attendants called the measure "a poor and short-sighted decision."
Both groups said they will ask the agency to reconsider the policy.
Ben Stiller goofed on Nadal, then got beat by a young girl
Star Rafael Nadal held an exhibition match against Juan Martin del Potro at Madison Square Garden.
Comedian Ben Stiller got an autographed racket from Nadal, but it came with a price. He had to become Nadal's doubles partner while del Potro grabbed a 10-year-old girl from the stands as his.
Stiller tried to intimidate the kid with the warning "You're going down!" But, del Potro picked a winner. Not only did she score on Nadal, but she also hit a backhand return right by Stiller.
Game. Set. Match.
No punches thrown in worst hockey 'fight' ever
Most people know that when fans go to hockey games, they don't just go to see their hometown team win, they want to see a good fight.
That's not what happened in one minor league hockey matchup. Two guys looked more like the Sharks versus Jets in West Side Story. They just circled around for a solid minute, and at one point, even the referees moved in to encourage the guys to start doing something.
After finally having enough, the referees moved in and sent them to the penalty box for five minutes, but the weirdest thing in the whole show was that the players got a penalty for fighting.
Luckily for fans within 10 seconds of leaving the penalty box, the two hockey players started an actual fight--this time without the dancing.