Coronavirus Relief Package Talks Collapse, Trump Looks to Provide Other Support to Americans
United States President Donald Trump said he would provide Americans with the support they need after talks of coronavirus relief package end in disappointment. Trump blamed Democrats for not thinking of the citizens and letting them suffer through the pandemic.
Donald Trump Declares Emergency Order in Connecticut After Tropical Storm Isaias Tears Through State
United States President Donald Trump issues an emergency declaration after Connecticut was ravaged by tropical storm Isaias. The announcement would supply federal assistance to the state in rescue, recovery, and rebuilding efforts.
NYPD Deputy Commissioner Pushes for Regular Training Key for Better, Safer Policing
Deputy Commissioner Benjamin Tucker of the New York Police Department said training is a crucial factor in maintaining better and safer policing methods. The official said body cameras also help in ensuring officers hold accountability for their actions.
Diversify Your Skills With These 5 Easiest Languages to Learn in the World
Strike up conversations with foreign friends and get more job opportunities with the five easiest languages to learn in the world. Having knowledge of more than one speech can give you more salary and open your career path to the international stage.
California Man Beaten, Robbed for His Entire $200,000 Life's Savings
A man from California was beaten and robbed for $200,000 which was his entire life's savings. The victim had just sold off his house and withdrew all he had in his bank account when the criminal struck at the opportune time.
Kim Jong-Un Visits Flood-Stricken North Korean Province, Orders Food, Shelter, and Government Aid
North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un visited a flood-stricken province in Hwanghae. The controversial leader ordered the government to supply the citizens with shelter, food, and other aid amid the devastating incident.
Intelligence Official in Canada Accuses Saudi Arabian Crown Prince of Plotting His Assassination
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is accused of sending hitmen to assassinate an intelligence official who was exiled from the country three years ago. The lawsuit claims the monarch has long been attempting to get the official back to the kingdom or have him disposed of for years.
Millions of Americans Mourn Loss of $600 Unemployment Benefit, More at Risk of Losing Livelihoods
The United States has seen a surge of unemployment after the coronavirus pandemic forced the closure of many businesses and establishments. Millions of Americans are wondering where to get the necessary income to provide for their families as the weekly unemployment benefit has ended.
Want Green Fingers? 5 Easy Gardening Tips and Tricks That Actually Work
Make your own little green paradise with these gardening tips and tricks. Let your inner green fingers blossom with simple but effective practices you can do at home.
State Department Accuses Russia of Building Vast Website Proxies to Spread Coronavirus Disinformation
The United States Department of State reports that Russia is behind the vast proxy of websites that continuously spread lies about the coronavirus pandemic. Moscow had denied all allegations and says the US government is experiencing a persistent phobia.
Fact Check: Did Two Chinese Boys Died During Physical Exercises While Wearing Face Masks?
People are asking the authenticity of two Chinese boys who allegedly died while performing physical exercises and wearing face masks. Despite the news to be true, the cause of deaths of the victims remain unclear.
Colombian Ex-President Under House Arrest, Faces Charges for Fraud and Bribery
The Supreme Court has ordered the detention of Colombia's ex-president Alavaro Uribe over accusations of bribery and witness tampering. Several critics and civil right groups have supported the decision in a country where the powerful escape judgement.
Hackers Gain Access to US Voting Systems, Reveal Vulnerabilities and Weak Points
A leading voting machine technology manufacturer is working on giving hackers access to its voting systems. The move comes as the Department of Homeland Security cautions of the threat that international rivals could pose to the US elections.
$337 Million Outstanding Stimulus Checks Might Not Be Delivered to Pennsylvania Residents
Residents of Pennsylvania are at risk of not receiving their stimulus checks as nearly $337 million in direct payments remain uncollected. A non-profit organization is moving to assist individuals to file for their tax returns and help people get their coronavirus relief funds.
Ice Cream Vendor Known as 'Grandpa' Seen Dead in a Pool of Blood, 3 Suspects Arrested
Austin police have arrested and charged three men for the shooting and murder of 68-year-old ice cream vendor Adelaido Bernabe Urias. The victim was beloved by the community and known among kids as "Grandpa."