$1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Receives Bipartisan Support, But Democrats Raise Fresh Concerns
A bipartisan group of senators announced that they support a framework for an infrastructure plan, but Democrats claim the proposal will fall short of their goal to address wider issues.
Biden, Putin Discuss Issues at Geneva Meeting, Leave With Agreements But Clear Tensions Remain
President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to relieve tensions during a high-profile summit.
Myanmar Releases US Journalist Who Was Blindfolded, Beaten and Tortured for Two Weeks
American journalist Nathan Maung was recently released by Myanmar soldiers after being held captive for two weeks and allegedly tortured in prison. The incident comes amid chaos in the country after the military junta staged a coup, arresting elected politicians before they took office.
Russia Cooperates With China to Advance Space Missions to Rival US, Other Nations
The Russian and Chinese government announced their cooperation to overtake the United States and other nations in the space race. The statements come amid international sanctions American authorities placed on Moscow's space programs.
New Yorkers Celebrate With Firework Displays After Lifting of COVID-19 Restrictions, Honors Essential Workers
Governor Andrew Cuomo declared New York-mandated COVID restrictions on commercial and social settings will be lifted effective immediately. The fireworks were held on Tuesday evening at 9:15 PM and were also meant to be a salute to frontline workers.
Chrissy Teigen Bullying Scandal: The Reason of Her Acts, Apologies as Another Celeb Claims Similar Incident
Here's what is going on with Chrissy Teigen's bullying scandal as another celebrity claims to have had an encounter with the model.
Israel Launches Airstrikes on Gaza Strip 3 Weeks After a Cease-Fire Halted 11 Days of Fighting
Israel’s Defense Forces initiated a counterattack into Gaza following a balloon attack that sent incendiary devices floating into southern Israel. The violence comes a mere three weeks after a cease-fire halted 11 days of fighting.
Indian Authorities Investigate Alleged Fake COVID-19 Test Amid Surge of Infections
Indian authorities have ordered an investigation looking into allegations of fake test results in the region encompassing about 100,000 out of 400,000 tests after a religious event. The incident is believed to have been responsible for the massive outbreak of COVID-19 cases in recent days.
Russia Discovers New COVID-19 Variant; Testing Whether Vaccines Work Against 'Moscow Strain'
Russia scientists discovered a new COVID-19 variant called the "Moscow" strain, and they are looking to see if it's resistant to available vaccines.
Diamond Rush: Mystery Stones Unearthed in South Africa, Over 1000 People Flock with Pickaxes
Hundreds of people with pickaxes flocked to a South African village after a herder unearthed a mystery gem. One digger said the discovery means their lives will change.
New Hampshire Teachers Label Unvaccinated Students Ahead of Prom; Parents Petition for Superintendent to Resign
New Hampshire high school was criticized after marking its unvaccinated students with a balck marker at their prom, outraged parents are now urging the superintendent to resign.
China Invades Taiwan’s Airspace Anew, Air Force Jets Warns Off Chinese Warplanes
A group of Chinese fighters violated the Air Defense Identification Zone of Taiwan. Taiwanese F-16s were scrambled to intercept them.
More Than Half of Cosmetic Products Sold in the US, Canada Contain Cancer-Causing Ingredients, Study Reveals
A new study reveals more than half of consumed cosmetic products in the US and Canada contain "forever chemicals" that are linked to cancer.
US Bans Dog Imports for Over 100 Countries Due to Rabies Concerns, Had Fraudulent Rabies Certificates
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has declared a one-year ban on importing dogs from 113 nations due to rabies concerns. Hundreds of them had fraudulent rabies certificates.
4 Killed, 4 Injured in Second Chicago Mass Shooting Within 4 Days; Mayor Lori Lightfoot Urges to End Gun Violence
Chicago reported its second mass shooting on Tuesday, killing four people while four more were wounded four days after a similar case.