China's People’s Liberation Army Navy Surpasses the US Navy in Number, Should the US Be Worried?
Whenever any US Navy vessel goes on a FONOPs or freedom of operations like the US destroyer John S. McCain, it passes through the Paracel Islands in the South China Sea, where there is a swarm of China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy ships.
Trump Posts '60 Minutes' Interview Showing Him Abruptly Walking Out
United States President Donald Trump posted his full interview on the show "60 Minutes" ahead of its slated air time in reportedly an attempt to discredit the news program following his walkout on the interview.
To Fund Rohingya, Foreign Organizations Are Contributing Almost $600 Million
Almost a million Rohingya refugees will be helped by humanitarian relief, but little progress has been made for their safe return to Myanmar.
Final Presidential Debate: Joe Biden Vows to Transition From Oil Industry to Renewable Energy
In the final presidential debate, Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden made a big statement about the oil industry.
Senate Judiciary Committee Approves Supreme Court Nomination of Amy Coney Barrett
The nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett was approved by the Republican-led Senate Judiciary Committee and sent the request for full Senate consideration.
George Floyd Death: Judge Dismisses Third-Degree Murder Charge Against Derek Chauvin
The third-degree murder charge against Derek Chauvin, in connection to the death of George Floyd, was dismissed by a judge.
Thailand Prime Minister Lifts State of Emergency, Given Three Days to Resign by Protesters
Peaceful protesters in Thailand are demanding for the resignation of the Prime Minister. This is after a weekend of protest across the country.
US Election: North Carolina Woman Excited to Cast Vote Only to be Told She Can't Because She's Dead
US election problems are heating up with the November 3 presidential election just around the corner.
India's INS Vikrant To Start Sea Trials Before Joining the Indian Navy
The Indian Navy will have its first indigenous aircraft carrier dubbed as the INS Vikrant. The 100 percent made in India aircraft carrier will start sea trials before it is commissioned should it proved seaworthy.
Senate Democrats Blocked Slimmed-Down Stimulus Package by the GOP, Negotiations Continue
Stimulus checks may not come as early as predicted. This is after the Senate Democrats has blocked the proposed stimulus package by the GOP, stating the allotted budget is not enough.
Man's Neck Pains Caused by Too Much Time on Zoom, Turns Out To Be Brain Tumor
A man who was told that his neck pains were caused by spending too much time on Zoom was instead diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor.
South Korea Upgrades Its Military Technology With Newly Acquired U.S. Drone Intelligence System
South Korea will receive a cutting-edge system used to analyze imagery taken by its Global Hawk drones next month from the United States, as well as 16 more F-35A fighter jets by next year, Seoul’s arms procurement agency said Tuesday.
Man Uses Loan Worth $2.5M from Coronavirus Relief Package to Purchase Luxury Car, Small Plane
A man lied and made perjured documents in order to obtain a $2.5 million loan which is supposedly intended to help keep people employed amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It was found out later on that the man used the money to purchase his own airplane and a luxury car.
Popular North Alabama Brewery Closing Due to COVID-19 Pandemic Stress
One famous North Alabama brewery is closing due to the adverse effects brought about by COVID-19. Decatur's Cross-Eyed Owl Brewing Company declared it will come to a permanent close at the end of October.
Rudy Giuliani Caught Red-Handed With Borat's Daughter in New Film
Rudy Giuliani faces controversy after a disturbing scene between him and an actress, who played the 15-year-old daughter of Borat, gets featured in the new film.