Trump Media and Technology Group and Digital World Acquisition Group Listed on the Nasdaq; Trump To Launch His Social Media Platform
Former President Donald Trump is creating his own social media app after being silenced by several big sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
Several Members of the European Union Condemn North Korea's Recent Missile Test; Ambassadors Want To Enforce Sanctions
The United States and a number of European nations criticized North Korea's latest missile launch test on Wednesday.
Hamtramck City Plans To Issue Free Water Filters to Its Residents as It Grapples With Elevated Levels of Lead in Its Drinking Water Supply
Another Michigan community has been dealing with high levels of lead in its drinking water supply for less than two weeks.
Chicago Vaccine Mandate: Police Union Defies the Order, Asks Judge For a Temporary Restraining Order; Several Hundreds of Police Officers Summoned to the Headquarters To Save Their Jobs
A legal fight pitting the mayor of Chicago and the police superintendent against certain officers who are refusing to comply with a vaccination requirement that applies to all municipal workers has concluded in court, with the police union seeking a temporary restraining order.
Unidentified Drone Attack Strikes Near a US Military Garrison in Southeastern Syria
A coordinated attack on a military outpost in southern Syria occurred on Wednesday, but no American troops stationed there were injured or killed, according to US officials.
Demonstrators Block the Entrance to Port Miami To Stop the Deportation of Haitians, Asking Kamala Harris To Deliver Citizenship For Millions of Migrants
On Monday, a huge group of protesters blocked the entrance to Port Miami, demanding that the recent deportations of Haitian immigrants be stopped.
FDA Recalls 2 Blood Pressure Medicines, Asks the Public To Stop Taking Them
The FDA conducted two drug recalls and urged the people to stop taking them and contact their doctors immediately.
Former Pres. Bill Clinton is in Intensive Care Unit Due to Urinary Tract Infection That Spread to His Bloodstream
Former President Bill Clinton was hospitalized in the intensive care unit of the University of California Irvine Medical Center with a urinary tract infection that had spread to his bloodstream.
ISIS-K Claims Another Bombing Inside a Mosque; Iran Warns Against Plots To Tear Afghanistan Apart
As the Islamic State terrorist organization (ISIS) claimed yet another attack, the Iranian Foreign Ministry issued a warning about plans to destabilize Afghanistan.
Top Democratic Leaders Urge Biden To Act in Student Forgiveness Loan; Cancellation Through an Executive Order is Still Questionable
Democrats are pressuring President Biden to act on student debt forgiveness once again, putting further pressure on the White House to do so even as it battles to unite a fractured party behind the president's agenda.
Moderna's COVID-19 Booster Shot Receives Authorization From FDA; Panel Recommends the Shot To Inoculate People Vulnerable to COVID-19
On Thursday, a major FDA panel voted in favor of recommended booster doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccination for a significant portion of the population.
US Leads in Cryptocurrency Mining Following China's Ban Earlier This Year; Its Global Share Has Also Increased
Following China's prohibition earlier this year, the United States is now the world leader in cryptocurrency mining, according to University of Cambridge academics.
Taiwan Not To Start War Against China But Plans To Defend Itself 'Full on' If Communist Country Attacks
In the wake of rising tensions across the Taiwan Strait, Taiwanese Defense Minister Chiu Kuo-cheng stated on Thursday that the island would not launch a war with China.
Olympian Runner Gold Medalist Agnes Jebet Tirop Found Dead; Husband Named Suspect in Deadly Stabbing
Kenyan gold medalist runner Agnes Tirop was discovered stabbed to death in her house; police identified her husband as the primary suspect.
Afghanistan's Interim Government Taliban Blames the US for Increased ISIS-K Threat; Muslim-Majority Nations To Travel to Kabul To Make Women's Rights Plea
The Taliban blames the US for the Islamic State terrorist group's (ISIS) increasing threats in Afghanistan, where a violent competition has disturbed the newly proclaimed Islamic Emirate's early days.