Senator Tom Cotton Faces Backlash for Saying Slavery Was 'Necessary Evil'
Senator Cotton received widespread backlash after he said in an interview that he does not want the history about the arrival of slave ships in America included in the curriculum. He pointed out that America is a great and noble country and that slavery was a necessary evil.
Ghislaine Maxwell Took Pictures of Nude Underage Girls and Owned Extreme Sex Toys
As the court gathers more evidence regarding Epstein's case, a new testiment from Epstein's former butler revealed that Maxwell kept an album of topless underage girls. He also claimed sex toys were stored in the closet, allegedly used on the girls.
Donald Trump Suggests Delaying Presidential Election Due to Possible Fraudulent Results in Mail-In Voting
Last week, Trump tweeted about delaying the much awaited Presidential Elections. Now Democrats and the public fear that Trump wll do everything just to stay in the White House.
4.2 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Los Angeles
At around 4:30 AM, the quake struck a neighborhood in San Fernando Valley, just a little more than a mile north of Pacoima. The quake was the largest one that was experienced in the area for more than six years.
Japan's Dispute Over Chinese Ships in East China Sea Near Senkakus Will Get U.S. Support
China has claimed another island as theirs, and JDF is more than ready to repel them. Once again, China is using old records to wrongly claim the Senkakus as theirs in an effort to expand to the Eastern China Sea, and steal more ocean.
Three Georgia Inmates Rush to Save Life of Guard Suffering Cardiac Attack
Three Georgia inmates have been lauded for saving a guard's life who experienced a heart attack beyond their cell doors. They rushed to aid of the guard when he fell unconscious.
Man Used Coronavirus Small Business Loans to Pay for Lamborghini, Jewelry, and Dating Sites
According to authorities, David Tyler Hines was provided almost $4 million in loans under a program for coronavirus small business loans amid the pandemic but used the funds for personal expenses.
Internet Has Divided Reactions When US Consulate Closed, Flag Lowered in Chengdu
The closing of the US embassy has drawn mixed reactions from Americans who are divided about how they feel. Twitter posts mock the US that might be from CCP hecklers making a big thing.
Stimulus Package: GOP Proposes to Slash Unemployment Benefits from $600 to $200
On the proposal, it was stated that the $400 would be slashed from the $600 weekly benefit, which means that those who lost their jobs due to the pandemic will now only be receiving $200 weekly. This is also to prepare as the states enter the transition period in implementing the system which would provide the unemployed with 70% of their wage replacement.
Ghislaine Maxwell's Attorneys Ask Judge to Stop Accusers From Posting Evidence Online
Attorneys for Ghislaine Maxwell prefer that women who allege that Maxwell was their abuser to not post evidence online. They stated that the women should be subjected to the same secrecy rules as prosecutors and Maxwell’s defense lawyers.
Trump's National Security Adviser, Robert O'Brien, Tested Positive for COVID-19
One of Trump's top aides has tested positive for COVID-19. O'Brien just came back from a trip to Europe, where he was reported to not have worn a mask and follow social distancing protocols.
Ghislaine Maxwell Case Evidences Includes X-Rated Photographs and Videos of Underage Girls
Evidence in the form of “nude, partially nude, or otherwise sexualized images (and) videos" were found in Ghislaine Maxwell's case. Upon raiding Epstein’s Upper East Side mansion, investigators discovered a stash of nude photographs of underage girls.
News Website Publishes NYPD Complaint Records, Bypasses Federal Judge Restraining Order
ProPublica has claimed that the database they published did not include the allegations that investigators considered as unfounded. On the uploaded database, it can be seen that there have been 12,056 complaints filed against 3,996 NYPD officers who are still in active service.
Trump Admin Proposes Bill to Extend Unemployment Benefit, Stimulus Package Talks Still Afloat
Mark Meadow, chief of staff of the White House, uttered that he would want to witness lawmakers take action on the extension and alteration of the unemployment program. He added that after the bill will be passed then they will be able to work out on the rest of the bill in the upcoming weeks.
Top 5 Best Korean Restaurants in America
Korean cuisine is known for kimchi, meat and chicken wings, but there are so many other Korean foods that are a must-try. Here are some of the best Korean resturants in America.