Florida Woman Banned From American Airlines Flight for Wearing 'Offensive' Mask
Her mask was deemed offensive by a flight attendant of American Airlines. The woman eventually had to drive to arrive to Illinois.
Prison Break: ISIS Bombs Afghan Prison Entrance Freeing Hundreds, Killing 29, 300 Still At Large
On Sunday evening, ISIS gunmen detonated a bomb at the entrance of the prison. The facility held prisoners of war, common criminals, Taliban fighters, and Islamic State militants that were captured in a campaign that happened last month. The siege caused hundreds of prisoners to escape.
Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell Allegedly Instructed Victim Not to Recruit Black Girls
A transcript from 2011 has now come to light and shows that Epstein and Maxwell does not want any black girls are recruits. Both pedophiles only want "young, pretty white girls" or "exotically beautiful" dark skinned girls.
COVID-19 Hits Norwegian Cruise Ship, Dozens Test Positive
The 41 people who tested positive were admitted at North Norway’s Tromsoe's University Hospital. The ship is currently docked in the area, which is just north of the Arctic Circle.
93-year-old Former Pope Benedict XVI Reported Sick With Shingles
According to reports, the former pope, Benedict has been unwell for some time and is currently suffering from shingles, which is a viral infection that causes burning rashes that are usually experienced by older people. Despite suffering from shingles, the former pope was optimistic and declared that once he recovers from the illness and regains his strength, he might come back and take up his pen once more.
$1,000 Stimulus Check: When Will It Be Given and Who Are Qualified
After the first round of stimulus checks given back in March, the US Congress is ready for the second round. A group of Republicans are looking at giving $1,000 stimulus checks to all qualified Americans.
State Lawmaker from Alaska and 6 Others Dead after Horrific Airplane Collision
State Rep. Gary Knopp of Alaska was pronounced dead on the scene after his plane collided with another plane carrying tourists from South Carolina. The authorities are still investigating the accident.
Japan Secures 120 Million Doses of Probable COVID-19 Vaccine
Japan signed a deal to procure 120 million doses of a potential COVID-19 vaccine with BioNTech. The first deliveries to Japan are planned for the first half of next year.
20,000 Acres of Land Burned as Wild Fire Engulfs Southern California
The so-called Apple Fire lit up on Friday as two separate small fires which merged to create the devastating blaze. Fueled by the low humidity, thick vegetation, a slight breeze, and high temperature the fire continued to grow.
Kim Jong-Un Imposes New Measure for North Koreans Travelling Near Chinese Boarders
People who acquired travel certificates in order to go to areas near the borders of China were required to submit a document with their fingerprint on it saying they will never leave North Korea.
Three Inmates, Two Guards Injured in Georgia Prison Riot
Amidst the incident, there were no major damages that happened to the facility, however, several windows were broken and a golf cart was set on fire. Order was regained by the officers through the use of non-lethal ammunition, the help of Ware Country Sheriff’s Office, Waycross Police Department and the Georgia State Patrol.
Can US Navy Reach 355 Ships to Increase Combat Power?
Is quantity better over quality, and will more ships lay out brute power? For the US Navy, it seems like the better alternative is less ships, but with more precise firepower.
Boston Marathon Bombing Killer Escapes Death Sentence, Survivors React to the Decision
The man who planted the bomb at the Boston Marathon back in 2013 is no longer facing death sentence. Meanwhile, the surivors are calling for an appeal.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson Thinks He's 'Too Fat,' Wants to Tackle Obesity
After recovering from COVID-19, Prime Minister Boris Johnson had a change of heart about health and weight. The Prime Minister posted a video on his Twitter account and is now advocating for the public to lose weight for health benefits and help the NHS.
Bill Gates Says Delays in Coronavirus Tests Are 'Insane' and 'Very Ineffective'
The founder of Microsoft has expressed utter disappointment on coronavirus tests, and slams how inefficient many testing centers are. The tech founder has been funding the development of a vaccine from his own pocket.