UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to Receive AstraZeneca Vaccine Shot
As the United Kingdom seeks to reassure the public that the vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford is effective and safe, the country’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to receive his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Friday.
Lebron James' Dominance Extends Lakers Win Streak, Ruins Lamelo Ball Homecoming
After delivering consecutive triple-doubles since the All-Star break, LeBron James emphasized his scoring, as he became the offensive force for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Joe Biden Weighs US Troops Extension in Afghanistan Weeks Before the May 1 Deadline
Weeks before the May 1 deadline in withdrawing all US forces from Afghanistan, the United States President Joe Biden administration is now considering the US troops extension in Afghanistan for six months, based on a defense official.
Four-Week Paris Lockdown to Commence Following Sudden Surge in COVID-19 Cases
After a faltering vaccine rollout and the rise in the spread of the highly contagious variants of coronavirus, the French government has imposed another month-long Paris lockdown along with portions in the north of the country.
Defense Secretary Says US Troops Are Ready to Fight After North Korea's Threats to Biden
After the North Korea threat coming from officials in Pyongyang, sending a warning to the Biden administration to stop military drills with the forces of South Korea, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin responded on Thursday regarding the warning that US troops are ready to fight.
IRS Delays Tax Filing, Tax Agency Behind in Tax Returns Processes
To give some breathing room to Americans in an unusually chaotic filing season, the IRS is currently arranging to delay its customary April 15 tax filing deadline and moved it until May 17.
Vanessa Bryant Reveals Deputies Who Allegedly Took Kobe's Crash Site Photos
The wife of late Los Angeles Lakers superstar, Vanessa Bryant posted a series of photos in her Instagram account on Wednesday and revealed the identities of the four deputies of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department who allegedly took or shared grisly photos of the crash site where her husband Kobe Bryant, the NBA legend died along with their daughter Gianna and seven other individuals.
Putin Responds to Biden's 'Killer' Comments, Remarks Reflect US Past
After the United States President Joe Biden made his 'killer' remark against the Russian President Vladimir Putin in an interview, Putin responded on Thursday that the remarks made by the US president about him reflect the own past of the US and its current problems.
North Korea Stresses US Contact's 'Cheap Trick,' No Intention To Hold Talks
North Korea has blasted the US attempt for communication and sees it as a 'cheap trick' that would never be answered.
To Accelerate School Reopening, Biden To Release $10B for COVID Testing
President Joe Biden directed $10 billion from the recently passed stimulus package to increase COVID-19 testing in schools and accelerate school reopening.
Biden Warns Putin Will 'Pay the Price' for Attempting To Sabotage 2020 US Presidential Election
US President Joe Biden warns Putin will pay the price for trying to sabotage the election based on American intelligence.
Stimulus Checks Availability Enrages JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo Customers
The March 17 stimulus checks availability did not sit well for JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo customers.
Florida Baby, First to Be Born with COVID-19 Antibodies
After a woman in south Florida had received one dose of coronavirus vaccine while pregnant, the maternal vaccination resulted in the world’s first baby with COVID-19 antibodies based on the claims of two pediatricians.
North Korea to Test Intercontinental Missile
A Defense official shared to the news outlet that the United States is aware of increased vehicular activity at a location with a history of missile launches. The official emphasized that there is no indication of an imminent launch as the US is continuing its monitoring of the situation.
Stimulus Check Dispute Leads to Four Deaths in Indiana
As the latest COVID-19 stimulus checks were sent out over the weekend, a stimulus check dispute that started from a confrontation ended up in the fatal shooting of four individuals based on the family of the victims.