Most Canadians Still Await Vaccination, Envy US Vaccine Roll-Out
Canada has one of the slowest vaccine dissemination among developed economies. It is now imposing new lockdowns to mitigate a surge in infections.
2 Vaccine Sites Close After Reactions to Johnson & Johnson Dose
The race to vaccinate encountered more roadblocks on Thursday. Numerous patients at a North Carolina mass vaccination site experiences immediate reactions to the Johnson & Johnson dose. One day previously, 11 people had unfavorable reactions in Denver, ranging from nausea and dizziness.
North Korea Leader Kim Jong-Un Admits Nation Faces 'Worst-Ever Situation'
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un admitted that his country is in its "worst-ever situation" at a massive political conference in Pyongyang.
Filipino Man Dies After Being Forced To Perform Hundreds of Squats for Violating Curfew
A Filipino man with a heart condition died after he was forced to do squats more than a hundred times after violating the local COVID-19 curfew last week.
South Carolina Shooting: Police Puzzle Why Ex-NFL Pro Philip Adams Killed Dr. Robert Lesslie and Family
A former NFL player Phillip Adams was involved in a South Carolina shooting that resulted in the death of five people, a famous doctor, his wife, and their two young grandchildren before he killed himself.
1 Dead, 5 Others Shot In Texas Cabinet Plant Shooting; Suspect In Custody
One person died, and five others were injured in a shooting at a cabinet plant in Bryan, Texas, on Thursday, police said.
Japanese Woman, First COVID-19 Patient to Receive Living Donor Lung Transplant in the World
A woman from Japan has become the globe's first COVID-19 patient to be granted a living donor lung transplant. She received lung segments from her husband and son after her organs failed due to damage caused by the novel coronavirus.
VP Harris Goes to the Bakery, Not to the Border; Jen Psaki Shoots Back at Critics
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki had a heated exchange during a press brief after Vice President Kamala Harris was asked why she had time to visit a Chicago bakery when needed at the US border.
Former Vice President Mike Pence Set to Release Memoir in 2023, What Should We Expect?
Former Vice President Mike Pence has agreed to write a memoir and has signed a book contract with a major publisher. Here are what he might put on it.
Biden's Corporate Tax Hike Would Cost 1 Million Jobs, New Study Shows
Pres. Joe Biden's proposal to increase corporate tax will have a negative impact on the country's employment, according to a new study.
AstraZeneca Vaccine Linked to Rare Blood Clots, European Union Confirms
European regulators concluded a strong association between AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine and life-threatening conditions involving the uncommon combination of low levels of blood platelets and blood clots.
United States Air Force Calls New F-15EX Fighter the Eagle II
The United States Air Force calls the new F-15EX Fighter it recently got the Eagle II. It was named such after it was unveiled in a ceremony.
Boy Dies After Jumping From 15-Story Apartment Building, Landing on a Car in New York
A 12-year-old boy killed himself by jumping from the roof of an Upper East Side building in New York City on Tuesday.
Hunter Biden Challenges Ivanka, Eric, and Don Jr. To Get a Job Without Using Donald Trump's Name
Hunter Biden has rekindled his feud with the Trump children, accusing them of "reaping the rewards of their family name."
Miss Myanmar Allegedly Receives Arrest Warrant Following Miss Grand International Speech
Following her speech at the Miss Grand International, it appears that Miss Grand Myanmar Han Lay has landed herself in hot water.