Matthew Mindler, Former Child Actor Who Starred in 'Our Idiot Brother,' Dies Due to Sodium Nitrate Toxicity He Buys for $15 on Amazon
Matthew Mindler killed himself with sodium nitrate he bought on Amazon during his first days at university, his grieving mother confirmed.
UN Warns of Growing Humanitarian Crisis, Famine in Yemen as Aid Agencies Run Out of Money
The United Nations deputy humanitarian chief warned Yemen's economy is collapsing and its humanitarian crisis intensifies.
Prince William Slams Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk's "Absurd" Space Race, Urges Them To Fix the Planet First
Prince William slammed Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos' space tourism initiatives and urged them to instead "repair the Earth."
Teen, 16, Sentenced to 9 Years to Life Imprisonment For Killing College Student; Judge Claims Suspect Lack of Remorse
The teen who pleaded guilty to Tessa Major's brutal murder was sentenced to nine years in prison in Manhattan criminal court on Thursday.
Moderna's COVID-19 Booster Shot Receives Authorization From FDA; Panel Recommends the Shot To Inoculate People Vulnerable to COVID-19
On Thursday, a major FDA panel voted in favor of recommended booster doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccination for a significant portion of the population.
Ex-Reagan Aide Says Biden Could Disable the Democrats in 2022 If President is Allowed To Commit More Failures
One viewpoint of an ex-Reagan Aide project allowing Biden to fail would compile his mistakes to annihilate the Democrats in midterm elections. Since taking office, what has happened is dilemma after the next, eroding even his own party.
Republicans Place 'Trump Lost' Billboard in Detroit; Anti-Trump GOP Members To Support Democrats in 2022 Elections
Former United States President Donald Trump is facing mounting opposition from members of his party as a group of Republicans plan to place a billboard that reads "Trump lost" in Detroit. The situation comes as others are showing support for Democrats for the 2022 midterm elections.
More Than 1.2 Million Americans To Receive Stimulus Checks Ranging $600-$1,000 Tomorrow; Are You Included in the Beneficiaries?
Starting tomorrow, more than 1.2 million Americans will get state stimulus checks totaling $890 million while fresh $1,400 payments may be on the way for senior citizens.
Vladimir Putin Tells Attractive US interviewer She’s not Listening Enough to Him During Onstage Interview, Missing Key Points
Vladimir Putin tells an attractive US interviewer that she's not listening enough to vital points during an onstage interview in Moscow. The pretty female anchor asked many questions like whether gas supplies were weaponized, but she did not pay close attention to his answers.
5 Japanese Demand North Korea's Kim Jong Un To Pay $900,000 Each For False "Paradise on Earth" Promise, Human Rights Abuses
Five people are asking that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pay them $900,000 each for their suffering while living in the country's relocation program.
Ex-Obama Ethics Chief Slams White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki's Dismissal of Public Concern Over Hunter Biden's Art
Former Obama's Ethics chief chastised White House secretary Jen Psaki for dismissing questions about Hunter Biden's art.
13-Story Building In Kaohsiung’s Yancheng District Engulfed By Fire Killing 46 People, Injuring Several Others; Rescue Operations Still Underway
At least 46 people died following a massive fire that engulfed a 40-year-old 13-story building in Kaohsiun's Yancheng District in Taiwan.
Russian President Vladimir Putin Weighs In On Tensions Between China, Taiwan, Says President Xi Jinping Doesn’t Need To Use Force
Russian President Vladimir Putin is confident China won't use force with regards to the ongoing tensions between the country and Taiwan.
Public Loan Service Forgiveness: Who Are Eligible And What Does it Mean?
Millions of Americans who are struggling with student loan debts may be eligible under the Department of Education's new revisions to the program. The Public Loan Service Forgiveness (PSLF) program will affect some 550,000 borrowers and remove an expected $1.7 billion worth of student debt.
Attorney General Josh Shapiro Announces Gubernatorial Bid in The 2022 Election; Journalist Claims There Could Be Some Repercussions
Attorney General Josh Shapiro will compete against Rep. Lou Barletta for governor in 2022.