Israeli Government Faces Threat of Collapse with No Spending Plan as Budget Deadline Nears
After parliament narrowly rejected a bill to postpone a midnight deadline for approving the budget of the country, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s administration appeared to be hours from collapse on Tuesday.
Global Pandemic Reaches Antarctica, Infects 36 at Research Base
The global pandemic has been more literal and rings more true. The advent of COVID-19 has affected all seven continents following the recording of novel coronavirus cases in secluded Antarctica for the first time on Monday.
WHO: New COVID-19 Variant a Normal Part of Pandemic Evolution
The World Health Organization (WHO) warned against significant alarm over a new, highly infectious COVID-19 variant that has been detected in Britain. The agency indicated that this is a normal part of the evolution of the pandemic.
Former Bloomberg Reporter Ditches Husband, Job For Fraudster Martin Shkreli
Former Bloomberg reporter Christie Smythe was trending on Twitter on Sunday following a narrative regarding her decision to separate from her husband and quit work for convicted "Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli.
Navalny Says He Tricked FSB Agent into Admitting He Was Poisoned
According the Russian opposition leader Navalny he was poisoned on orders. He also tricked a confession from an FSB agent to confirm the attempt on his life.
Report: Libyan Official Says That Lockerbie Bombmaker Will Be Charged and Extradited to US
Lockerbie suspect might face justice for the destruction of Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. The case may finally end, give, and peace to the kin of those who died.
Lorna Jane Sued for Misinformation on 'Anti-Virus Activewear' as Shield Against COVID-19
Lorna Jane, a prominent sportswear label, has been sued by Australia's consumer watchdog due to misinformation by claiming that its clothing line could serve as a shield against COVID-19.
Rockets Fired at US Embassy in Baghdad, Iraqi Military Claims Attack Orchestrated by Outlaw Group
A month before the anniversary of the United States' assassination of a top Iranian general, fears were sparked as a volley of rockets targeted the U.S. Embassy in the heavily fortified Green Zone of Baghdad, according to the military of Iraq.
North Korean Mountain Resort to be Redeveloped Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
A jointly run mountain resort by rivals North and South Korea has been visited by the Hermit State’s top official to discussed efforts to unilaterally rebuild it and transform it into a cultural resort that will be envied by the whole world, the state media reported on Sunday.
Upgraded Tomahawk Block V: Why it’s a Threat in the Age of Hypersonic Missiles
Another venerable upgraded Tomahawk will be in the US Navy’s arsenal of missiles facing the Chinese threat in the high seas. It will be a subsonic guided projectile which is more cost-effective than plane super-fast missiles.
COVID-19 Vaccine Makers Not Liable For Side Effects: You Can't Sue Them If You Experience Side Effects
After being administered a COVID-19 vaccine, if you experience severe side effects, there is basically no one to blame in a United States court of law. The federal government has bestowed companies including Pfizer and Moderna immunity from liability if something accidentally goes wrong with the receipt of vaccines.
Iran Builds New Construction at Underground Nuclear Site with US Tension
The Iranians are building structures at their underground nuke facility despite the threat of Retaliation by Trump. It comes as a change in administration might happen on January 6.
344 Nigerian Boys Released after Mass Abduction, Authorities say
After armed men kidnapped more than 300 students in their school in northwestern Nigeria, now the parents of the boys are keeping a vigil at school already for six consecutive days.
US FDA Panel Gives Support to Moderna, Endorses 2nd COVID-19 Vaccine
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA)'s advisory committee has endorsed the country's second COVID-19 vaccine.
France President Emmanuel Macron Tests Positive For COVID-19
France's President Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to the nation's presidential palace, also known as the Élysée.