COVID-19-Postive Doctors Continue To Work in Belgium Hospitals as Cases Surge
Even after testing positive for coronavirus, doctors in Belgium were advised to continue working, as the number of infections increased.
How To Trigger Happiness Hormones for Everyday Living
Figure out what activates and how to bring the most out of happiness hormones.
India, Russian to Improve the Brahmos Missile to Attack AWACS Aircraft
The BrahMos Missile is one of the more capable anti-ship missiles used by the Indian Navy as it main ship killer. One upgrade for the missile is retrofitting into a surface to air missile to attack early warning aircraft.
Leader of the Nxivm Cult Organization Keith Raniere Convicted To Years in Jail
On Tuesday, Keith Raniere, leader of NXIVM, was condemned to 120 years in jail for his involvement in running a criminal cult-like organization.
Mail-in Voting vs. Absentee Voting: Important Differences to Know Before Election
From voting early in-person to mail-in and absentee voting to and voting in person on Election Day, American citizens have multiple options on November 3. If you are slated to vote by mail, Tuesday is the last day a couple of election officials recommend transferring your ballot to ensure it is received in time due to probable postal delays.
Operation Autumn Hope: US Marshals Rescue 45 Missing, Exploited Children, 179 Arrested
More than 50 law enforcement agencies participated in “Operation Autumn Hope,” which led to the rescue of the victims and the arrest of the perpetrators.
Presidential Election: How to Know the Winner and How to Secure a Win
The presidential election is one week away. Democratic candidate Joe Biden maintains a higher rank in the polls over President Donald Trump nationally and in key battleground states. However, as Hillary Clinton learned four years ago, the important matter is reaching the 270-electoral vote threshold.
Food Scarcity in America Due to Pandemic, Here's Where You Can Get Free Meals
The country's leading hunger-relief group, Feeding America, estimates over 54 million people residing in the country will eventually face food scarcity.
India US Ratifies Defensive Agreement Over Line of Actual Control Dispute with China
India and China’s row over in the Himalayas or the LAC has prompted the United States to sign a defensive agreement if China crosses the line. This is another frontier for the U.S. Military to face off with the Chinese army, helping its ally India
North Korea Mole: Meet the Danish Chef Who Spied for 10 Years
North Korea mole and former Danish chef Ulrich Larsen cannot explain what persuaded him to embark on a double life to spy on a furtive nation.
Remains of Missing Virginia Man Found in the Trunk of a Car Involved in a Miami Car Crash
A man from Virginia who was initially involved in a single-car accident is currently facing a murder charge after the remains of an aspiring hip-hop artist were discovered in the trunk of his car.
Senate Confirms Trump Nominee Amy Coney Barrett as Supreme Court Justice
The Senate by a divided vote of 52-48 appoints President Trump's nominee as the 115th justice to the Supreme Court on Monday. This upraises the fifth woman to the court in its 231-year history. Barrett is Trump's third nominee to the Supreme Court.
Australian Family Massacre: Father of Victims Killed by Their Grandfather Finds Hope in Parliamentary Committee
An inquest may finally be done on the Australian family massacre that happened in 2018 but not the public inquest that the father of the victims has been asking for.
US and India Sign Satellite Data Agreement Before China Discussions
The Basic Exchange and Cooperation Arrangement enable the United States to exchange highly classified data from satellites and sensors with India.
7 Dead, More than 120 Wounded After Explosion at Pakistani Religious School
At least 7 people were killed and 120 others were wounded following an explosion at a Pakistani religious school in the city of Peshwar, Tuesday.