IRS Pushes Back Filing of Taxes for 90 Days Due to Coronavirus Pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic are on July 15 this year, which is the same day as tax payments are due. If your documents are not ready before the deadline, you can request for an extension.
Supreme Court Says New York Prosecutors Can See Trump's Tax Records
After years of going after President Trump's tax returns, the Supreme Court has finally ruled that he must show the documents to the prosecutors in New York. The Trump team are not pleased with the ruling.
US Sanctions China for Allegedly Abusing Muslim Uighurs, Placing Them in Detention Camps
Chinese officials have been sanctioned by the US government for allegedly abusing Muslim Uighurs and other human rights violations. The accused are thought to have kept ethnic minorities in detention camps for 'vocational training.'
New Transcripts Show George Floyd Keeps Saying 'Sorry,' Tells Cops He Has Been Shot Before
New transcripts from body cameras of the police officers involved in George Floyd's death have been revealed. The records show Floyd saying he has been shot before and Derek Chauvin telling him he needed "a heck of a lot of oxygen to talk" as the black man was begging for his life saying "I can't breathe."
Glee Actress Naya Rivera Feared Dead After 4-Year-Old Son Found Alone in a Boat in Lake Piru
The actress rented a boat with her son on Wednesday and went on a swim. Her son claimed that Rivera never made it back to the boat.
Fact Check: Dr. Fauci Allegedly Married to Ghislaine Maxwell’s Sister?
A recent tweet by DeAnna Lorraine had garnered attention after she claimed that Dr. Anthony Fauci of the Coronavirus Pandemic Task Force is married to the sister of infamous Ghislaine Maxwell. Is there truth in her claim or was it just a mix up?
Death Row Executions to Continue Next Week Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Says Justice Department
Those on death row will be facing sentencing starting next week. There is some opposition by some sectors connected to liberals, and democrats who claimed that resuming federal executions is a politically-motivated decision.
White House Rebuked Claims Trying to Smear Trump's Reputation in Controversial Tell-All Book by Mary Trump
Officials from the White House have criticized the claims that Mary Trump, President Trump's niece, wrote in her tell-all book of the US leader's alleged inadequacies. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany called the allegations preposterous and unfounded, having no evidence to support them.
Group of White Men Almost Lynched a Black Man in Indiana
Racial tension in the United States is escalating, as more and more people of color are being assaulted. This time, a Black man from Indiana was almost lynched by five White men over the weekend.
ICE to Deport International Students if their Universities Do Not Hold In-Person Classes this Fall
Despite the ongoing pandemic and the high number of COVID-19 cases in the United States, ICE announced a new guideline that may put international students in danger of being deported. The new guideline will take effect this fall.
Supreme Court Favors Trump’s Call for Expansion of Employer Exemption on Obamacare Contraceptive Mandate
Justice Clarence Thomas who wrote for the majority during the vote said that the actions done by the federal agencies and the Trump administration in asking for an expansion of the exemptions were lawful. Trump has previously stated that he would act to protect religious liberty in the country.
Woman Finds Decomposing Severed Human Head While Jogging in Florida
A woman taking her usual morning run in Florida came across a horrible sight after she spotted a severed human head at the side of the road. The woman also said that during her jogs over the weekend she has not seen or noticed anything suspicious happening in the area.
Native Americans Rejoice as Dakota Pipeline has Finally Been Ordered to Shut Down
A pipeline that has been protested against by environmental groups for years will finally seize their operations by August. The decision can help save the Missouri River from potential oil spill.
US Election 2020: Guardrails on Mail-In Ballots is the Last Line of Defense Against Electoral Fraud
There will be alternatives like casting a vote from the home. This system might come in handy during the pandemic to make voting easier.
White House Says It Wants Stimulus Payments Before August Recess at $1 Trillion Only
The round of federal aid will have a cap and amendments that need to be sorted out. All these may or may not be added to the next round of stimulus payments.