Trump Orders US Flags Lowered to Honor Police Officers Who Died in the Capitol Riot
In honor of the capitol police officers who died on duty during the riots in the Capitol, US President Trump Ordered that US Flags should be lowered to a half mast.
Trump Says He Will Not Attend Biden's Inauguration on January 20
President Donald Trump announced he would not attend President-elect Joe Biden's January 20 inauguration. He will be the first sitting president since Andrew Johnson to skip the new administration's induction.
Baton Rouge Traffic Deaths to Increase in 2020 with Coronavirus Lockdown in Place
In 2020, Baton Rouge traffic deaths have increased in frequency even with stay at home orders in the state. Authorities are alarmed with the number of fatalities that has surged in 10 years.
Security Threat: Telegram ‘People Nearby’ Feature Could Let Hackers Know Your Exact Location, Researcher Says
Telegram launched a feature called 'People Nearby' for added functionality that might impose a potential threat, researcher says.
Kamala Harris Faces Online Backlash Following Controversial Vogue Cover
Many say that Vice President-elect Kamala Harris's photo is not befitting for the soon-to-be the highest-ranking politician of the United States. Vogue's February cover photo has elicited rounds of criticism online.
New COVID Variant Expected To Affect More People, Says US Experts
The new COVID variant strains are around 50 percent more infectious, and some doctors say it does not seem to be more lethal for any person who catches it.
Democrats Cannot Impeach Trump Today, Even After His Term; Senate Rules Should be Followed
The Democrats cannot impeach Trump after leaving, and the rules of the Senate bind them to it and the Constitution. After the January 6 incident, many in Washington D.C. are keen to limit him once he becomes “Citizen Trump.”
New Zealand Central Bank Data System Breached, Says Officials
New Zealand's central bank claims one of its data systems was hacked, and several sensitive commercial and personal information may have been accessed.
Chicago Shooting Spree: Death Toll Reaches 5 Including Suspect Killed in Police Encounter
The death toll of the Chicago shooting spree that took place on Saturday has reached at least five people, as a woman who was held hostage during the incident was pronounced dead on Sunday.
Blizzard in Spain: Record-Breaking Snowfall Blankets Madrid, Four People Dead
Aside from leaving thousands of cars trapped and train stations and airport services suspended, a persistent blizzard blanketed a huge portion of Spain with an unusual amount of snow, which also killed at least four individuals on Saturday.
Be Smart: Stimulus Check Scams to Look out for in 2021
It's 2021 and Federal aid is coming but so are these stimulus check scams that might catch recipients off guard. One it would be the money or be phished for information that might someone more.
Trump's Response to Permanent Account Suspension: Twitter Has Gone Further and Further in Banning Free Speech
President Donald Trump countered Twitter's action to permanently suspend his handle from its platform on Friday, denouncing the tech giant and saying it does not support free speech.
Tragic Boeing 737 Indonesian Plane Crash: Black Boxes Detected
A Sriwijaya Air jet with 62 people onboard lost touch with air traffic controllers minutes following take-off from Indonesia's capital on a domestic flight on Saturday. Now, "black boxes" from the passenger plane have been located.
Iowa Trump Supporter Arrested and Misframed because of Youtube Video on January 6
Iowa Trump supporter arrested after he was seen in a YouTube video as one of those responsible for the capitol riot. The recent takedown of videos on Youtube has painted many law abiding Trump supporters in a bad light.
West Virginia Delegate Faces Federal Charges for Being Involved in the Capitol Riot
A West Virginia State House Member has been arrested on two federal charges for joining the MAGA supporters' list and arrested during the Capitol riot.