NBA May Return to Hard Court on July 31, Board of Governors Yet to Agree on Game Format
As sports little by little make a comeback, the NBA has already set eyes on a possible date of return. However, the league’s board of governors are yet to agree on a game plan.
Severed Body Parts of Chimpanzee in Germany Sparks Speculations, But Not Related to COVID-19 Research
A chimpanzee’s hand and foot were found in a German forest. Many speculations claiming it was part of a coronavirus experiment on monkeys rose, authorities, however, say this is unlikely.
Mystery Object at North Korean Nuclear Shipyard Raises Concerns of Possible Submarine Nukes Launch
A partially submerged object spotted at North Korea's Nuclear Sub Launch Site catches the attention of the world. Nations are alarmed of possible nuclear attack launch from a high powered submarine.
COVID-19 Stimulus Funds End Up in Trash as They Arrive in Debit Cards That People Thought Were Scam
Aiming to get money faster into the hands of Americans, the US Treasury and IRS sent the coronavirus stimulus finds in forms of debit cards. However, massive confusion has landed those cards in the trash.
Cyprus to Cover Vacation Costs of Tourists Who Contracted COVID-19 During Stay in Country
Cyprus government officials committed to pay for the expenses, which includes food, drink, medication, and accommodation, of travelers who tested positive for the new coronavirus after they entered the country. It noted that travelers will only pay for airport transfer and return flight bills.
Trump May Assume Control on Minneapolis Chaos Amid George Floyd Protests
After the death of George Floyd caused chaos and outrage in Minneapolis, US President Trump has finally broken his silence on the issue. He threatened to take it into his own hands if the riots do not subside.
Wedding Company Denies Refund to Grieving Man Who Lost His Bride in Car Accident
A man who lost his future wife in a car accident tried to get a refund from the wedding company they hired. He got online retaliation and a potential lawsuit instead.
NFL News: Patriot's Owner Says Game Will Kick Off in September, Safety Pracautions Against COVID-19 in Place
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said that the NFL will start in September as planned. He also emphasized that the league has taken necessary precautions against COVID-19 to ensure safety.
Mail-in Voting May Turn Election Day into Election Week, Can It Also Cause a Rig in the Results?
As COVID-19 continues to spread in the US, the process of election has been affected. Will Mail-in voting cause a delay in the release of results? Can it be used to rig the elections?
Fauci Says Second Wave Can Be Avoided, Discusses Steps to Take in the Next Four Months
As the US continues to struggle against COVID-19, White House COVID-19 expert Anthony Fauci says a “second wave is not inevitable." Here's how a second wave can be avoided according to him.
Pablo Escobar’s Brother Sues Apple, Accuses Lax in iPhone X Security Feature That Almost Killed Him
Accused of security deficiency in their iPhone X, which almost killed the life of Pablo Escobar's brother, apple now faces a lawsuit.
France Bans Use of Hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 Treatment Due to Safety Issues
The anti-malaria drug which has previously been called a “game-changer” in battling COVID-19 has taken a turn in a different direction. New studies have shown that hydroxychloroquine’s risks outweigh its benefits, thus, countries have banned its use in treating the disease.
FACT CHECK: Are COVID-19 Tracing Apps a Ploy to Access Sensitive Personal Information?
With the spread of COVID-19 still uncontrollable in some parts of the world, technology has risen to help in mitigating it through contact tracing apps. However, theories about these apps being used to gain personal information surfaced.
Asteroid Hit That Killed Dinosaurs With Fatal Angle May Have Caused Climate Change on Earth
A team of scientists used a supercomputer to simulate the asteroid impact that caused the doom of the dinosaurs. The study showed how it hit the planet at the deadliest possible angle.
Chinese Military Will Punish Any Movements Supporting Hong Kong Inpendence
As Hong Kong protests continue, China has threatened to punish those who will move to separate Hong Kong. Meanwhile, the international community has supported Hong Kong’s calls for independence.