Former Shuttle Astronaut Charged With Murder

James Halsell Jr., a five-time space shuttle astronaut who led NASA’s Return-to-Flight Planning Team after the Columbia accident, was charged with two counts of murder June 7 after an automobile crash that killed two young sisters. Alabama state troopers said their preliminary investigation...

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