CDC Proposes To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccine First To the Most Vulnerable
Officials of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are planning to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine first to those identified to be in the most vulnerable sector and those areas where there are many infections.
Earthquake Jolts Turkey, Greece, Leaving 28 Dead and Hundreds Injured
Rescue teams have rummaged through concrete blocks and debris of eight collapsed buildings in a search-and-rescue operation of survivors of a hard-hitting earthquake that shook Turkey's Aegean coast and north of the Greek island of Samos.
2 New Orleans Police Officers Ambushed in French Quarter, 1 Officer Shot in the Face
Two New Orleans Police officers were ambushed in the city's French Quarter neighborhood on Friday, October 30, by a pedicab passenger who was able to hit one of the officers in the face.
Migrants Who Flee Senegal Drown in the 'Year's Worst Shipwreck'
According to the International Organization for Migration, about 200 migrants were onboard a boat that burned and sank on Saturday, hours after departing Senegal for the Canary Islands.
Trump Follows Minnesota COVID-19 Rule Limiting Crowd To 250
President Donald Trump's scheduled rally in southern Minnesota was in flux much of Thursday after his campaign moved the event from Rochester to a small town in another county and then back to Rochester.
Stimulus Bill Must Be Introduced Early 2021, Says Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mcconnell
A new stimulus bill must be introduced at the start of 2021, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell stated on Friday, and not in a post-election outgoing meeting of congress.
US Election: Could You Change Your Vote? Yes, But Not Everywhere
President Donald Trump suggested voters could change their cast votes. He wrote on Twitter, "Strongly Trending (Google) since immediately after the second debate is CAN I CHANGE MY VOTE? This refers changing it to me. The answer in most states is YES. Go do it. Most important Election of your life!"
Magnitude 7 Earthquake in the Aegean Sea Jolts Turkey and Greece, At Least 19 Dead
A powerful earthquake hit the Aegean Sea, triggering what was dubbed a “mini tsunami” and killing at least 19 people in Turkey and Greece, Friday.
Hurricane Zeta: Six Dead, Millions Face Power Outages as it Ravages Gulf Coast
As Hurricane Zeta ravaged the Gulf Coast, it left behind a trail of at least six dead people and cut off the power supply of two million people on Thursday before it headed northeast.
Nice Terror Attack: Authorities Detain New Suspect in Connection To the Incident That Killed Three People
In connection to the Nice terror attack, which resulted in the death of three people in a church, a new suspect was taken into custody, as France continues to increase its security amid the tensions surrounding the cartoons depicting the Muslim Prophet Muhammad.
Trump Economy Reportedly Fares Better Than Obama's Economy Management
Regarding President Donald Trump's approach to sustaining the economy, Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden has argued that Trump only inherited a strong economy. The remark reportedly ignores the success of Trump's unconventional policy.
Cathedral Hosts Memorial Service Upon Passing of a Popular Resident Stray Cat
A stray cat was given a proper burial at a cathedral in Central London. The famous cat, Doorkins, as touched the hearts of so many people.
Technical Issues Block Campaign Ads, According to Facebook
Internal technical issues had intervened in the delivery of some ads from the Donald Trump and Joe Biden campaigns, Facebook Inc. divulged on Thursday. The social network will implement changes to resolve such glitches preceding the November 3 United States presidential election.
Rapper Lil Wayne Met with President Trump Days Before the Election, Backs His Platinum Plan
Lil Wayne talked about President Trump's willingness to support the reform that will help the minorities. Although, the rapper did not clarify if he endorses him.
Michael Moore Says Polls Showing Biden Leading Trump Is Misleading, for Once Netizens Agree
In 2016, Filmmaker Michael Moore told the public that Donald Trump would win, but most thought Hillary Clinton was a shoo-in. With just a few days before the November 3 election, Moore is telling everyone not to believe the polls having Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden leading Trump.