Top Breaking Stories March 2023 via 360 Magazine.

Top Breaking Stories March 2023

Nine individuals lose their lives as two Army Black Hawk helicopters collide in Kentucky.

Army officials confirmed on Thursday that a nighttime training exercise involving two Army Black Hawk medical evacuation helicopters resulted in a crash, causing the death of nine individuals. As per an early Thursday statement released by the Army base, Fort Campbell, the crash occurred at approximately 10:00 p.m. local time (11:00 p.m. ET) on Wednesday in Trigg County while conducting training exercises. Brig. Gen. John Lubas, the 101st Airborne deputy commander, reported that the helicopters crashed in a field near a residential area, with no injuries reported on the ground. Lubas further stated that one of the helicopters carried five individuals, while the other had four.

A journalist from the Wall Street Journal has been taken into custody in Russia and faces charges of espionage.

An American journalist working for the Wall Street Journal has been arrested by Russian authorities on charges of espionage. This development signifies a noteworthy escalation of tensions between Moscow and the United States and highlights the country’s aggressive stance against foreign news media, which has been under immense pressure since President Vladimir Putin’s complete invasion of Ukraine last year. 

As per state media reports, Evan Gershkovich was arrested in the city of Yekaterinburg, located in the Ural Mountains, on allegations of “espionage in the interests of the American government,” according to a statement by the Federal Security Service (FSB). The FSB accused Gershkovich of gathering “information that constitutes a state secret about the operations of a Russian military-industrial complex enterprise.” The Wall Street Journal refuted these accusations.

Gwyneth Paltrow ski crash trial: when two skiers collide on the slopes, who is considered at fault?

Gwyneth Paltrow is currently facing trial for a 2016 ski accident that took place in Utah, in which a retired optometrist alleges that he suffered injuries that have significantly impacted his life.

Terry Sanderson, who is 76 years old, has alleged that the collision was caused by Gwyneth Paltrow’s distraction and is seeking $300,000 (£245,000) in damages. Paltrow, who is 50 years old, has denied the allegations and has even countersued for a nominal amount of $1, along with compensation for her attorneys’ fees. The civil trial has relied heavily on the testimonies of various individuals involved in the incident. 

The trial, which was live-streamed, has garnered significant attention and has become one of the most high-profile celebrity court cases since the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard case last year. The incident has sparked debates about the pressures of fame and even led to the creation of memes. The trial has also highlighted the importance of ski etiquette, particularly about determining who has the right of way, a topic that has become relevant beyond just those who can afford to ski at resorts.

A school shooting in Nashville has left six victims dead, including three school employees and three students, all aged nine.

On Monday, a 28-year-old former student carried out a shooting at a school in Nashville, Tennessee, resulting in the deaths of six individuals. Among the victims were three employees of the school: Cynthia Peak (61), Katherine Koonce (60), and Michael Hill (61). Additionally, three pupils, all aged nine, were killed: Evelyn Dieckhaus, Hallie Scruggs, and William Kinney. Police have stated that they do not believe any of the victims were targeted specifically. Police identified the shooter at the Nashville school as 28-year-old former student Audrey Hale, who was killed by police at the scene. The gender identity and motive of the shooter remain unclear. Initially, police referred to Hale as a 28-year-old woman, but later stated that Hale was transgender, based on a social media profile using masculine pronouns. However, it has not been confirmed how Hale was identified.