Costco Drops Chaokoh Coconut Milk Brand After Use of Enslaved Monkey Labor Revealed
Costco dropped the Chaokoh coconut milk brand following reports that the Thai supplier is enslaving monkeys for labor. Costco decided to no longer stock the product, which is also being done by other retailers such as Walgreens.
To Stop Invasion, Taiwan Needs Powerful New Missiles Aimed at China
If China tries to attack Taiwan, Chinese bases will be pummeled by power new missiles. Even if Beijing wins, they will have more than a bloody nose.
Ohio Minister Refuses to Officiate Same-Sex Marriage, Reasons Violation of Her Beliefs
An Ohio minister would not be forced to perform same-sex wedding ceremonies, Ohio County has deliberated and has been approved by a district court.
Sen. Ted Cruz Cries Foul Over Twitter Censorship: Followers Deserve to See The Post's Hunter Biden
In connection to Twitter’s censorship of The Post’s Hunter Biden reporting, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey was slammed by Senator Ted Cruz during a heated exchange of words during Wednesday's Big Tech Hearing.
Pablo Escobar's Nephew Finds $18 Million in Drug Lord Uncle's Apartment Wall
Following the infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar's death amid a police firefight in 1993, rumors surfaced that he hid millions of his money at his numerous properties. One of his nephews, Nicolas Escobar, discovered a furtive stash inside the walls of one of Escobar's apartments.
Turner Returns To Field After Dodgers Win Despite COVID-19 Positive Result
Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner was removed from the field as it was announced after the game that Turner tested positive with coronavirus.
Hong Kong Activist Nabbed After Allegedly Seeking Asylum at US Consulate
A Hong Kong activist facing charges of secession filed under Hong Kong's national security law has been detained due to his alleged attempt to seek asylum at the consulate of the United States.
WHO Cautions of 'Pandemic Fatigue,' Italy Guidelines Ignite Protests
The World Health Organization (WHO) has cautioned against "pandemic fatigue" as the tally of confirmed COVID-19 cases across the globe spikes and hospitals are inundated.
Lee Family Faces Legal Battle Over Control of Samsung Following Chairman's Funeral
The family of Samsung Electronics' chairman Lee Kun-hee held a funeral for the late patriarch on Wednesday as his death put the control of the chipmaker, and the largest conglomerate of the country, into question.
Stimulus Money: IRS Extends Deadline for Registration, Checks Can Still Be Distributed To Americans
The IRS is giving a chance to non-filers who are eligible to receive the $1,200 stimulus check. More details about the extension announced by the agency.
Typhoon Molave Makes Landfall in Vietnam, Some Areas in the Country Still Recovering From Massive Floods
Typhoon Molave has landed in Vietnam and is expected to cause damage. The government is now preparing to evacuate 1.3 million people.
Hurricane Zeta: Life-threatening Storms Expected in the Gulf Coast as It Regains Strength
After being downgraded into a tropical storm after it made landfall in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, Hurricane Zeta has once again regained strength.
Tony Bobulinski: Bidens Bank on "Plausible Deniability" as They do Business With CCP-linked Company
Tony Bobulinski claimed that Hunter Biden and his uncle, Jim, are banking on "plausible deniability" as they go after a business deal with a company that has links with a Chinese Communist Party.
India, Russian to Improve the Brahmos Missile to Attack AWACS Aircraft
The BrahMos Missile is one of the more capable anti-ship missiles used by the Indian Navy as it main ship killer. One upgrade for the missile is retrofitting into a surface to air missile to attack early warning aircraft.
Man Walks Strangely, Found To Be Hiding Gold in His Butt
For one man who just got off an airline, staff observed that he was walking peculiarly at India's Kannur International Airport on Tuesday. They discovered two pounds of gold in his butt.