Barbados Makes History by Electing First Female President; Government Calls Appointment ‘Road To Republic’
Barbados governor-general Sandra Mason will be sworn as the new president of the country on Nov. 30.
Indiana Cops Find Several Dead Bodies, Others Chained in a Kidnapping and Murder Plot; One Suspect Arrested, Another is Killed
Indiana woman Heidi Carter was arrested for kidnapping and murdering four people that she met on a dating app.
Italian DJ Francesco Facchinetti Accuses MMA Fighter Conor McGregor of Attacking Him, Files Charges Against Athlete
Conor McGregor is once again accused of assault. This time around, an Italian DJ claimed that the MMA fighter punched him on the mouth and nose.
Joe Biden Ends Bid for Free Community College, Says His Plans for Paid Leave Is Shrinking Due to Lack of Support From 50 Democratic Senators
Joe Biden will temporarily halt his plans to offer free community college for two years for Americans.
Alec Baldwin Kills Cinematographer, Injures Director After He Discharged a Prop Firearm on the Set of His Movie in Mexico
Alec Baldwin reportedly fired a prop firearm on the set of his upcoming movie, "Rust," killing one person and injuring another.
Nearly 100 Afghan Refugees Arrive In Arkansas After Gov. Asa Hutchinson Allowed Them To Build Homes in the State
Ninety-eight Afghan refugees arrived in Arkansas this week to find their new home in the state.
NFL Agrees to End Race-Based Adjustments in Dementia Testing; Black Players Now Qualified for Monetary Awards in Settlement of Concussion Claims
NFL has agreed to finally put an end to race-norming among retired Black players.
New Zealand, United Kingdom’s New Free Trade Agreement Will Cut Red Tape for Businesses, End Tariffs on UK Exports
New Zealand and the United Kingdom just struck a free trade agreement that is expected to benefit both countries.
Senate Republicans Filibuster Voting Rights Legislation for the Third Time; Senate Democrats Could Make Important Changes to Ruling
Senate Republicans once again blocked the voting rights legislation that Senate Democrats have been fighting for.
Sen. Joe Manchin Allegedly Plans to Quit Party if He Doesn’t Get His Way on the Build Back Better Bill
Sen. Joe Manchin recently responded to rumors that he will quit the Democratic party if he doesn't get his way with regards to the Build Back Better bill.
Jackie Kennedy Beats Jill Biden In a New Poll of America’s Favorite First Ladies; Melania Trump Ranked Second to the Last
A recent poll revealed which of the country's first ladies is America's favorite.
Allegations of Mass Homicide, Genocide Against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Dropped Due to Lack of Consensus
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will no longer be accused of mass homicide and genocide due to his mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Accused of Violating Indoor Mask Mandates After Requiring Employees to Get Inoculated
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightwood was recently accused of not following indoor mask mandates after requiring local employees to get inoculated.
No Special Treatment: Unvaccinated Athletes Banned To Compete at the Australian Open
Athletes like Novak Djokovic who may not have received their COVID-19 vaccine won't be allowed to compete at the Australian Open in January.
Activists Urge Joe Biden To Endorse Changes to Senate Filibuster Rules, Demand Democrats To Pass Major Legislation That Protects Voting Rights
A group of activists wants Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to immediately make changes to the Senate's filibuster rules.