Woman Quits Job To Become a Puppy Eventually Finds Herself in a 'Dog Fight'
Catfight is a term for a quarrel between two women but that term does not apply to a recent viral video of two women in conflict.
US Jobless Claims Rise To 286,000 Last Week Amid Omicron Cases Surge
The number of Americans claiming jobless benefits has risen to the highest levels in three months due to the surge in COVID-19 cases, fueled by the highly transmissible Omicron variant.
European Countries Plans To Live With COVID-19; US Not Yet Done With the Pandemic
Two years since the start of the pandemic, some European countries are now considering a different approach to COVID-19 by treating it as a sickness that is here to stay, like flu,
Biden Admin Gives Additional $200 Million Military Aid to Ukraine Amid Russian Invasion Fears
As US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits Ukraine on Wednesday, the Biden administration will provide an additional $200 million military assistance to Kyiv to help boost its defensive capabilities in preparation for a possible Russian invasion.
Germany's Daily COVID-19 Cases Surpass 100,000; Health Official Says Numbers Have Not Peaked Yet
Germany reported more than 112,323 new COVID-19 infections on Wednesday, a record-breaking number that prompted the country's top health official to call for mandatory vaccination before mid-year.
Potentially Hazardous Asteroid Twice the Size of Empire State Building Passing By Earth on Tuesday
Astronomers are keeping an eye on a large and possibly dangerous asteroid that is going to pass close to Earth on Tuesday
Israel Still Pushes 2nd Booster Shot But Research Says It Is Not Enough To Prevent Omicron Infection
Israel will persist to offer a fourth COVID-19 vaccine shot despite initial research findings saying that it is not efficient to prevent Omicron infections, according to the country's senior health official.
Family of Martin Luther King Jr. Lead March on Voting Rights As Biden Fights To Pass Landmark Electoral Reforms
Martin Luther King Jr.'s offspring led a march in Washington on Monday to push US President Joe Biden and Democrats in the US Senate to pass a law protecting the voting rights of all Americans.
Possible Drone Attack in Abu Dhabi Kills 3; Iran-Backed Rebel Group Houthis Claims Responsibility
Yemen's Houthi rebels launched a suspected drone attack on a major oil facility in Abu Dhabi that killed three people and a separate fire broke out at the Abu Dhabi International Airport on Monday.
North Korea Fires Two Missiles on Monday; 4th Launch This Month Alarms International Community
North Korea fired two presumed short-range ballistic missiles from an airport in capital Pyongyang on Monday, the fourth test this month displaying the advancement of its missile capabilities, according to South Korea's military.
Ukraine Accuses Russia of Cyberattacks; US Warns Severe Consequences if Moscow Pursues Invasion
Ukraine accuses Russia of engaging in a "hybrid war" as Kyiv has gathered evidence that Moscow was responsible for the massive cyberattack that defaced its government website.
Experts Warn for More COVID-19 Variants; Current Vaccines May Not Be Effective Against Upcoming Strains
Scientists caution that Omicron's whirlwind was an advance warning that practically ensures it won't be the last version of the coronavirus to worry the world.
CDC Urges Americans To Wear Mask With Highest Protection as Biden Administration Set To Give Away Free Masks
The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its public advisory on masks, recommending the use of types that offer the best protection against COVID-19.
Ukraine Government Websites Hit by Cyberattack That Warns To "Expect The Worst" as Russia Moves More Troops
A massive cyberattack hit Ukraine's government websites on Thursday, that prompted Kyiv to launch an investigation Kyiv says around 70 government sites were hit by a cyberattack that brought down several websites
European Countries Impose Stricter Mask Rules in Winter Amid Overburdened Hospitals Due to COVID-19
European nations are imposing stricter rules on wearing masks in winter as COVID-19 continues to spread across the continent, rapidly filling hospitals with mostly unvaccinated patients.