Pompeo Declares New US Approach Towards China Amid Human Rights Violations and Theft Accusations
The United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared the new approach the American government will take against China. The decision comes amid rising tensions between giants as Beijing is accused of illegal spying and stealing sensitive US information.
Top 6 International Foods Banned in the United States
The United States may be open to culture, but not all traditional food can get it. Whether it be for safety reasons or ethical reasons, these foods are banned from being distributed in the country.
Canada Considers US Unsafe for Immigrants Due to Human Rights Violations
A federal court in Canada has declared the United States as being 'unsafe' for immigrants looking for asylum due to its violations of human rights. The country has since worked no expanding an agreement to include irregular border routes to support undocumented immigrants find safe passage.
Three Friends Massacred on a Fishing Trip With Suspects Identified
Previously three men were murdered at a fishing spot at a Florida Lake, and were dead by the time police arrives there. The latest developments have produced suspects responsible for these senseless murders.
US Navy Hosts Trilateral Naval Exercise with Australia, Japan in Philippine Sea
Soon after the dual-carrier exercises by the US in Indo-Pacific, it is followed by three-nation blue water exercises in the Philippine Sea.
United States Officials Force Chinese Houston Consulate to Shutdown Amid Espionage and Research Theft
China's Houston Consulate is being ordered to close down within 72 hours as US officials accuse the agency of espionage and research theft. A spokesperson for the Chinese Foreign Ministry called the allegations absurd and noted Beijing would retaliate.
How to Detect Cancer Signs Through Blood Test
Four years prior to the appearance of symptoms, a blood test could detect signs of cancer in an exciting new study. The Chinese-led study will enlighten on how to detect cancer signs.
US Orders Closure of Chinese Consulate in Houston, China Threatens to Retaliate
It has been apparent that the relationship between China and the US has not been smooth sailing since the beginning of 2020. The relations between the countries have further been strained by the coronavirus pandemic, the trade war, and the US reacting to the reported human rights abuses in Hong Kong. Now, the US has ordered the Chinese Consulate in Houston to cease its operations.
85 Babies Under Age 1 Test Positive for COVID-19 in Single Texas County?
As of July 17, Nueces County in Texas has recorded 85 positive novel coronavirus tests among children under one year old. But is the number of babies who tested positive for COVID-19 true?
7.8 Magnitude Earthquakes Shakes Alaska Prompting Tsunami Alerts
US Geological Survey stated that the center of the earthquake was at 98 kilometers, or 60 miles, south-southeast, of Perryville Alaska. The quake was gauged shallow at around 10 kilometers, or six miles deep. Michael West, Alaska State Seismologist, uttered that nearby communities along the Alaska Peninsula did not experience ground movement that was correlated with the quake’s magnitude because of its geographical position.
$600 Unemployment Benefits Ends Soon So People Will Start Working
The unemployment benefit is stopping workers to go back to work which is not supposed to happen. This aid is for support not a source of income.
Want to Live Longer? Scientists Closer to Delaying the Aging Process
Getting old and dying are natural phases of human life. But scientists from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) are one step ahead in delaying the aging process.
Missouri Gov. Says Kids Will 'Get Over' COVID-19, Insists In-Person Classes Despite Risks
Gov. Parson said in an interview that even though children will get COVID-19, they should not go to the hospital or to a doctor's office, he said they should "get over it" and that people should move on. This is despite the total number of COVID-19 cases in the US is around 4 million.
North Korea Joins Race to Vaccine Despite Claiming to be 'Totally Free' of COVID-19
North Korea’s interest with the COVID-19 vaccine development raises a question on why the hermit kingdom, a nation that struggles with their health care system and relies on the world health organization for vaccines and other drugs will invest in a vaccine for COVID-19 which they claim is not affecting its citizens.
Indian Navy and US Warships Hold Joint Naval Drills in the Indian Ocean
The Indian ocean is possibly another flashpoint in the making as China wants to expand its geopolitical influence to engulf the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean. Countries in the Indo-Pacific are now allying to stop the communists in expanding their grip.