Stimulus Check: Essential Facts to Know About Your Possible Direct Payment
Before a new stimulus check, the November 3 presidential election may occur first. A new stimulus package includes another round of direct payments for United States citizens. We have expounded on facts you should know about stimulus checks and what they necessitate.
Jilted Illegal Guatemalan Immigrant stabs Jersey Ex-GF to death, Jailed for 35-Years
After an illegal immigrant killed his ex-girlfriend he tried to run but got caught. More crimes are committed against women by males because they are going to be left behind.
WW3 Fears Spark Anew With Australia Joining India, US, and Japan in Navy Drills
WW3 fears were sparked anew after Australia agreed to join a naval military drill with India, U.S. and Japan dubbed as the annual Malabar naval exercise.
North Korea To Citizens: Stay Home, Dust From China May Spread COVID-19
North Korea has reportedly cautioned that China's seasonal yellow dust could carry the novel coronavirus and requested its citizens to stay at home.
United States Hits Highest Daily Number of COVID-19 Confirmed Cases
The United States hit its highest daily tally of novel coronavirus cases since the pandemic began. At least 82,600 new cases emerged and surpassed the earlier record set during the summertime surge across the Sun Belt.
$300 Additional Unemployment Checks: Distribution Can Continue if FEMA Approves Extension
The distribution of $300 additional unemployment checks could continue in the upcoming weeks if the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved requests for an extension.
South Korea Officials Assure Flu Vaccine Trial Is Not Connected To Recent Deaths
South Korea has seen a sudden increase in death rates just as the seasonal flu vaccine was given to more than 14 million people in the country. Despite the alarming numbers, the government wants to continue the vaccination campaign.
Skull Discovered on Mount Hood Belongs To 19-Year-Old Woman Reported Missing
A partial human skull detected decades ago by the United States Forest Service workers atop Mount Hood, Ore. was matched through DNA analysis to a missing young woman.
Georgian White Teenager Pleads Guilty For Plot to Kill Black Churchgoers
A Georgian white girl aged 17 pleaded guilty on Thursday to scheming a knife attack on Black church devotees. The teenager was sentenced to serve in juvenile detention until she turns 21, the maximum sentence.
Moderator Kristen Welker Receives Praise from Both Republicans and Democrats for Performance at Debate
Welker was the star of the night after her she showcased her unbiased stance and professionalism as a moderator for the debate. This was in contract to the first debate was was dubbed as a "disaster."
Authorities Arrest Man Who Owns Van of Firearms and Posted Meme About Killing Joe Biden
Authorities arrested a 19-year-old man in May after a stockpile of weapons and explosive devices were found on his white van, which he abandoned at the parking lot of a bank in Kannapolis in North Carolina.
Would Donald Trump Repeat History in Winning the Presidential Election?
Over Donald Trump, Joe Biden has a remarkable polling advantage including in key battleground states. According to an expert, that does not mean that it does not merit a sure win.
Coca-Cola to Lose Half of its Portfolio Before the Year Ends, to Discontinue 200 Drink Brands
Coca-Cola has experienced a decline on their total sales revenue due to the pandemic. A way to free up their resources is to discontinue underperforming beverage by the end of the year.
Nails Used to Crucify Jesus Christ May Not be the Real Ones Due to Bone Fragments
The two nails that is supposed to be the ones used to Crucify Jesus Christ were used on another person. Bone fragments found contradict the claim that is the real deal.
New York City Gun Violence: 15 People Shot, At Least 3 Fatalities
In New York City, 15 people were gunned with three dead in ten separate incidents throughout the city on Wednesday and Thursday.