Ohio Republicans Says Joe Biden’s Thinking is Tangled by ‘Racist Concepts'
A pre-recorded interview of Biden suggesting that blacks were a less 'incredibly diverse' community compared to Latinos and blacks were more likely to vote as a bloc on elections.
School Suspends Students After Posting Pictures of Crowded Hallways As Schools Reopen in the US
Last week North Paulding High School gained popularity after pictures and videos of the crowded hallways as the school re-opened became viral on social media. The images were of a sea of high schoolers walking to and fro a hallway without any facial coverings. It then raised concerns online, as netizens voiced out and called out the way the reopening of schools is being handled amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Manhattan Struck By Power Outage, Queens Follow
The massive power interruption did not only shut down the electrical supply of the area but also cellphone services. After a while, a large chunk of Queens lost its power supply.
17 Dead, Dozens Injured as Plane Carrying COVID-19 Repatriates Crashes in Southern India
Out of the 190 people on board Flight IX 1134, were 184 passengers, which included 10 infants; and six crew members. The crash happened at around 7:40 PM (local time) on Friday. Seventeen people died including the 2 pilots of the plane.
Asymptomatic COVID-19 Patients Just as Virulent as Those Exhibiting Symptoms, Study Suggests
The group researchers who authored the study have written their findings, saying offer biological plausibility to records of asymptomatic transmission.But the group of the researchers added that their study only included looking at the amount of viral genetic material present in both symptomatic and asymptomatic cases and did not endeavor to follow the subjects of the study to determine if that translated to the transmission of the infectious virus.
WHO Cautions Against ‘Vaccine Nationalism’, Says It Won’t End the Pandemic
Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of the who shared that the coronavirus threat can only be snuffed out if there will be coordination globally, especially when the vaccine will be fully developed. Ghebreyesus emphasized that there should be a global consensus in making a vaccine, to any product that should be available in public globally.
Bucks Lock-In on Number One Spot in the East, Outplays Miami 130-116
The Miami Heat fell short to secure all of their games against the top-seeded Milwaukee Bucks this season. The Milwaukee Bucks secured their place on the number one spot on the East.
Dog Finds Missing Baby and Mother on His First Day on the Police Force
Max was leading the way of Police Constable Peter Lloyd, his human handler when he discovered the mother and child in an isolated area of Powys, which is Wale’s protected area. The woman was then spotted by Lloyd on the edge of a ravine, asking for help, as stated by the Dyfed-Powys Police in a press release.
Secondhand Smoke: Can it Promote Spread of COVID-19?
It has been established that smokers are more at risk of contracting COVID-19, especially some of the most severe cases due to the health of their lungs. However, some of them may also carry the virus without them knowing, or the so-called asymptomatic cases. Due to this, the risk of transmitting the virus through the droplets that they exhale while smoking also increases.
Two Bears Pound 11-year-old Boy to Death in Russian Zoo
According to witnesses, the boy had been showing off, exhibiting his bravery in front of the two girls, allegedly provoking the predators while slapping their paws. He was also trying to pose for a photo in front of the caged animals but ended up too close.
Mariah Carey's Sister Speak Out: Sues Her Own Mother For Sexual Abuse, Claims She Forced Her to Watch Satanic Rituals
Based on the summon with the notice filed to the New York Supreme Court, aside from allegedly enduring the abuse she experienced, Mariah's sister also claimed that she was forced to witness other youngsters at that time being abused as well in the midnight satanic worship meetings which detailed that includes ritual sacrifices as well.
1.2 Million More Americans File for Unemployment Benefits for the First Time As It Expired Last Week
The number of applicants for the benefit has reached more than 1 million for 20 straight weeks. However, the 1.86 million applicants this week was already a decline from the number in the past weeks.
Thousands Evacuated After Fire Engulfs Southern France Forest
Strong winds fanned the fire which made it even more difficult to contain, leading to 14 firefighters sustaining minor injuries. Officials also confirmed that no civilians were hurt in the fire.
Man Who Used an AK-47 in Police Shoot Out Was “Not Handling the Pandemic Well”, Says Attorney
Zabrowski has been through a lot in the past couple of months after losing his job and also losing custody over his child. He will be tested in order to find out what led him to react the way he did.
Footage of Nanny Throwing 6-day-old Child ‘Like a Toy’ Draws Flak Online
The mother of a six-day-old boy claimed that the nanny had handled his son violently while looking after him.She also sent the footage of the nanny's cruel act to numerous influential Chinese bloggers in a messaging platform, WeChat.