5 people escape hot, acidic pond after SUV drove into inactive geyser in Yellowstone

5 people escape hot, acidic pond after SUV drove into inactive geyser in Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park is known for its stunning natural beauty and unique geological features. However, it can also be a dangerous place if visitors are not careful. This was demonstrated recently when a group of five people narrowly escaped a potentially deadly situation after their SUV drove into an inactive geyser, causing a hot, acidic…

AT&T says hacker stole some data from ‘nearly all’ wireless customers

AT&T says hacker stole some data from ‘nearly all’ wireless customers

AT&T, one of the largest telecommunications companies in the United States, recently announced that a hacker had managed to gain unauthorized access to some data from “nearly all” of its wireless customers. The breach, which occurred in April, is said to have affected a significant portion of the company’s 90 million wireless customers. The data…

2024 election live updates: ‘I’ve gotta finish this job,’ Biden says

2024 election live updates: ‘I’ve gotta finish this job,’ Biden says

As the 2024 election unfolds, all eyes are on incumbent President Joe Biden as he fights to secure a second term in office. With a divided nation and a polarized political landscape, the stakes could not be higher for the future of America. In a recent interview, President Biden expressed his determination to continue leading…

Increased risk of dengue virus infections in the US: CDC

Increased risk of dengue virus infections in the US: CDC

Dengue virus infections have been on the rise in the United States in recent years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC has issued a warning about the increased risk of dengue virus infections in the US, particularly in states like Florida, Texas, and Hawaii. Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne…

Biden admin to tax foreign-made steel and aluminum imports routed through Mexico

Biden admin to tax foreign-made steel and aluminum imports routed through Mexico

The Biden administration has recently announced its intention to impose tariffs on foreign-made steel and aluminum imports that are being routed through Mexico. This move comes as part of the administration’s broader efforts to protect American manufacturing and jobs, and to level the playing field for domestic steel and aluminum producers. The decision to target…

Man fatally shot by park rangers at Yellowstone National Park allegedly threatened mass shooting

Man fatally shot by park rangers at Yellowstone National Park allegedly threatened mass shooting

Yellowstone National Park, known for its stunning natural beauty and diverse wildlife, was the scene of a tragic incident recently when park rangers fatally shot a man who allegedly threatened a mass shooting. The incident occurred on a busy day at the park, with visitors from around the world enjoying the sights and sounds of…

United plane loses tire during takeoff at Los Angeles International Airport

United plane loses tire during takeoff at Los Angeles International Airport

A United Airlines plane experienced a frightening incident during takeoff at Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday when it lost one of its tires. The incident caused a brief delay but thankfully did not result in any injuries. The flight, which was bound for Chicago O’Hare International Airport, was carrying 241 passengers and 10 crew…

Hurricane Beryl live updates: Storm makes landfall in Texas as Category 1 hurricane

Hurricane Beryl live updates: Storm makes landfall in Texas as Category 1 hurricane

Hurricane Beryl has made landfall in Texas as a Category 1 hurricane, bringing with it powerful winds and heavy rainfall. The storm, which has been slowly moving towards the Gulf Coast over the past few days, officially made landfall in the early hours of the morning. Residents in the affected areas have been urged to…

Torrid heat bakes millions across US, setting records and fanning wildfires

Torrid heat bakes millions across US, setting records and fanning wildfires

As the summer heat continues to scorch the United States, millions of Americans are feeling the effects of record-breaking temperatures. From the West Coast to the East Coast, cities are experiencing torrid heatwaves that are not only uncomfortable, but also dangerous. In California, temperatures have soared to over 100 degrees in many areas, breaking previous…

Israeli protesters block highways, call for cease-fire as war marks 9 months

Israeli protesters block highways, call for cease-fire as war marks 9 months

As the conflict between Israel and Palestine rages on for the ninth month, Israeli protesters have taken to the streets to call for a cease-fire and an end to the violence that has claimed the lives of hundreds of people on both sides. In a bold display of civil disobedience, protesters have blocked highways and…

Caitlin Clark rallies Fever past Liberty with first triple-double by WNBA rookie

Caitlin Clark rallies Fever past Liberty with first triple-double by WNBA rookie

In just her second game as a rookie in the WNBA, Caitlin Clark made history by recording the first triple-double of her career. The Iowa standout led the Indiana Fever to a thrilling 85-83 victory over the New York Liberty, showcasing her incredible talent and potential as a future star in the league. Clark, who…

2 teenagers die while swimming at New York’s Coney Island Beach, police say

2 teenagers die while swimming at New York’s Coney Island Beach, police say

Two teenagers tragically lost their lives while swimming at Coney Island Beach in New York on Sunday, sparking a wave of shock and sadness throughout the community. The incident serves as a harsh reminder of the dangers of swimming in the ocean, especially for those who may not be experienced or familiar with the risks….

Biden dismisses concerns about mental fitness, says he’d drop out if the ‘Lord Almighty’ told him

Biden dismisses concerns about mental fitness, says he’d drop out if the ‘Lord Almighty’ told him

President Joe Biden addressed concerns about his mental fitness during a recent press conference, dismissing any doubts and stating that he would drop out of office if the “Lord Almighty” told him to do so. Biden, who is 79 years old and the oldest person to ever assume the presidency, has faced questions about his…

3 dead, 7 injured after suspected drunk driver plows into New York City park on 4th of July

3 dead, 7 injured after suspected drunk driver plows into New York City park on 4th of July

On the 4th of July, a day meant for celebrating freedom and independence, tragedy struck in New York City when a suspected drunk driver plowed into a park, leaving three people dead and seven others injured. The incident occurred in the early hours of the morning, as revelers were still out enjoying the holiday festivities….

Ukraine’s army retreats from positions as Russia gets closer to strategic town

Ukraine’s army retreats from positions as Russia gets closer to strategic town

Ukraine’s army has been forced to retreat from its positions as Russian forces continue to advance closer to the strategic town of Irpin, located just outside of the capital city of Kyiv. The retreat comes after weeks of intense fighting and bombardment, which has left many Ukrainian soldiers exhausted and overwhelmed. The town of Irpin…

Indian mother delivers baby on boat as her river island is inundated by floodwaters

Indian mother delivers baby on boat as her river island is inundated by floodwaters

In times of crisis, humans have shown time and again their resilience and ability to adapt to challenging situations. One such inspiring story comes from India, where a mother delivered her baby on a boat as her river island home was inundated by floodwaters. The incident took place in the state of Assam, where the…

Lightning strike blamed for wildfire that killed 2 people in New Mexico, damaged 1,400 structures

Lightning strike blamed for wildfire that killed 2 people in New Mexico, damaged 1,400 structures

A tragic wildfire in New Mexico that claimed the lives of two people and damaged over 1,400 structures has been attributed to a lightning strike. The devastating blaze, which has been dubbed the “Wildfire of Tears” by locals, tore through the small town of Silver City, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. The…

Et tu, crouton? Caesar salad, invented in Mexico by Italian immigrants, turns 100

Et tu, crouton? Caesar salad, invented in Mexico by Italian immigrants, turns 100

Caesar salad is a staple on menus around the world, but many people may not know that this popular dish was actually invented in Mexico by Italian immigrants. And now, this iconic salad is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The story of Caesar salad begins in the 1920s in Tijuana, Mexico, where Caesar Cardini, an Italian…

Robert Towne, Oscar-winning writer of ‘Chinatown,’ dies at 89

Robert Towne, Oscar-winning writer of ‘Chinatown,’ dies at 89

Robert Towne, the legendary screenwriter known for his work on classics like “Chinatown” and “The Last Detail,” has passed away at the age of 89. Towne, who won an Academy Award for his screenplay for “Chinatown,” was a master of his craft and a true pioneer in the world of cinema. Born in Los Angeles…

Biden and the Democrats raise $264 million in 2nd quarter

Biden and the Democrats raise $264 million in 2nd quarter

President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party have once again demonstrated their fundraising prowess, raising an impressive $264 million in the second quarter of 2021. This staggering sum not only exceeds their previous fundraising record but also outpaces the Republican Party’s fundraising efforts during the same period. The fundraising numbers, which were reported by the…

Supreme Court Trump presidential immunity: Live updates

Supreme Court Trump presidential immunity: Live updates

The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments today in a case that could have far-reaching implications for President Trump’s immunity from prosecution while in office. The case, Trump v. Vance, centers on New York City prosecutors’ efforts to obtain the president’s financial records as part of a criminal investigation. The issue at hand is…

North Korea launches a ballistic missile off its east coast, South Korea says

North Korea launches a ballistic missile off its east coast, South Korea says

North Korea has once again defied international sanctions by launching a ballistic missile off its east coast, according to South Korean officials. The missile launch, which took place on Thursday, is the latest in a series of provocations by the reclusive regime, which has been steadily ramping up its missile testing in recent months. The…

7 killed, dozens wounded after missiles hit town in southern Ukraine, officials say

7 killed, dozens wounded after missiles hit town in southern Ukraine, officials say

Seven people were killed and dozens more were wounded after missiles struck a town in southern Ukraine, officials reported on Tuesday. The attack, which took place in the town of Mariupol, has left residents in shock and mourning as they try to make sense of the tragedy that has befallen their community. The missiles hit…

Attacker wounds officer guarding Israel’s embassy in Serbia before being shot dead

Attacker wounds officer guarding Israel’s embassy in Serbia before being shot dead

On Thursday, a shocking incident occurred outside the Israeli embassy in Serbia, as an attacker wounded an officer who was guarding the premises before being shot dead by other security personnel. The attacker, a 43-year-old man from the southern Serbian town of Prokuplje, approached the embassy in Belgrade and engaged in a confrontation with the…

Biden-Trump presidential debate live updates: Counting down to 1st clash

Biden-Trump presidential debate live updates: Counting down to 1st clash

The highly anticipated first presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump is just hours away, and the excitement is palpable. Both candidates have been preparing for weeks, and the stakes are higher than ever as they face off in what is sure to be a contentious and heated exchange. The debate, which will take…

Biden-Trump debate: ‘Threats to democracy,’ Jan. 6 could take center stage

Biden-Trump debate: ‘Threats to democracy,’ Jan. 6 could take center stage

The highly anticipated debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump is set to take place in the coming weeks, with many political analysts predicting that the topic of threats to democracy and the events of January 6 could take center stage. The January 6 insurrection at the Capitol, where a violent mob…

Daily multivitamin supplements don’t help you live longer, study shows

Daily multivitamin supplements don’t help you live longer, study shows

Taking a daily multivitamin supplement has long been touted as a way to ensure optimal health and longevity. However, a recent study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology has found that these supplements do not actually help you live longer. The study, which followed over 21,000 adults for a median of…

Supreme Court poised to deliver major rulings on presidential immunity, abortion access

Supreme Court poised to deliver major rulings on presidential immunity, abortion access

The Supreme Court of the United States is gearing up to deliver some major rulings on two contentious issues that have been at the forefront of American political and legal debate for years: presidential immunity and abortion access. These rulings have the potential to shape the country’s political landscape for years to come. On the…

New York, Colorado and Utah primaries 2024: Live results and analysis

New York, Colorado and Utah primaries 2024: Live results and analysis

The primaries in New York, Colorado, and Utah have come to a close, and the results are in. The 2024 election season is in full swing, and these states have played a crucial role in determining the direction of the upcoming general election. Here is a breakdown of the live results and analysis from these…

Israeli supreme court says ultra-Orthodox must serve in military

Israeli supreme court says ultra-Orthodox must serve in military

The Israeli Supreme Court recently made a landmark ruling that ultra-Orthodox Jews must serve in the military, ending decades of exemptions that have allowed this community to avoid conscription. This decision has sparked debate and controversy across the country, with many applauding the move as a step towards equality and integration, while others argue that…

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange expected to plead guilty, avoid further prison time as part of deal with US

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange expected to plead guilty, avoid further prison time as part of deal with US

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is expected to plead guilty to some charges and avoid further prison time as part of a deal with the United States government. Assange, who has been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012, is facing multiple charges related to his role in publishing classified documents on the WikiLeaks…

Pipeline surfer who appeared in ‘Blue Crush’ killed in shark attack in Hawaii, emergency officials say

Pipeline surfer who appeared in ‘Blue Crush’ killed in shark attack in Hawaii, emergency officials say

A tragic incident occurred in Hawaii recently, as a pipeline surfer who appeared in the popular movie ‘Blue Crush’ was killed in a shark attack. The emergency officials confirmed the news, sending shockwaves through the surfing community and beyond. The victim, whose name has not been released yet, was reportedly surfing at a popular spot…

3 Columbia University administrators put on leave over alleged text exchange at antisemitism panel

3 Columbia University administrators put on leave over alleged text exchange at antisemitism panel

Three Columbia University administrators have been put on leave following an alleged text exchange during an antisemitism panel at the prestigious Ivy League institution. The administrators, whose names have not been released, are accused of making derogatory remarks about Jewish students and faculty members. The incident reportedly took place during a panel discussion on antisemitism,…

Over 1,000 pilgrims died during this year’s Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, officials say

Over 1,000 pilgrims died during this year’s Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, officials say

The annual Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia is one of the largest religious gatherings in the world, with millions of Muslims from around the globe traveling to Mecca to fulfill their religious duty. Unfortunately, this year’s pilgrimage was marred by tragedy as over 1,000 pilgrims lost their lives during the event. According to Saudi officials,…

California Democrats agree to delay health care worker minimum wage increase to help balance budget

California Democrats agree to delay health care worker minimum wage increase to help balance budget

California Democrats have agreed to delay a minimum wage increase for health care workers in an effort to help balance the state’s budget. The decision comes as the state grapples with a projected $54 billion budget deficit caused by the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. The minimum wage increase for health care workers was…

Black men ask, “What am I voting for?” as they battle frustration

Black men ask, “What am I voting for?” as they battle frustration

As the presidential election draws closer, Black men across the country are grappling with a sense of frustration and uncertainty. Many are questioning the significance of their vote and wondering if their voices will truly be heard in the political process. One of the key issues causing this frustration is the lack of clear and…

What’s up with Menendez’s independent Senate bid? New Jersey Democrats share their thoughts

What’s up with Menendez’s independent Senate bid? New Jersey Democrats share their thoughts

Senator Bob Menendez’s decision to launch an independent bid for re-election has left many New Jersey Democrats scratching their heads. The longtime Democratic lawmaker, who has served in the Senate since 2006, is facing a tough re-election battle in November against Republican challenger Bob Hugin. Despite being a member of the Democratic Party, Menendez has…

FAA investigating after Southwest Airlines plane descended dangerously low on airport approach

FAA investigating after Southwest Airlines plane descended dangerously low on airport approach

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has launched an investigation after a Southwest Airlines plane descended dangerously low on approach to an airport. The incident occurred on a recent flight, which was en route to a destination in the United States. According to reports, the Southwest Airlines flight was approaching the airport when it suddenly descended…

Service restored to Amtrak, NJ Transit after earlier suspension

Service restored to Amtrak, NJ Transit after earlier suspension

Passengers can breathe a sigh of relief as service has been restored to Amtrak and NJ Transit after an earlier suspension. The suspension, which was caused by a signal problem, created chaos and confusion for commuters traveling through the Northeast Corridor. The issue began earlier today when Amtrak and NJ Transit announced that all service…

Russia obliterates front-line Ukraine towns by retrofitting bombs

Russia obliterates front-line Ukraine towns by retrofitting bombs

In a disturbing turn of events, Russia has been accused of obliterating front-line towns in Ukraine by retrofitting bombs with devastating power. This brutal tactic has caused widespread destruction and loss of life in the war-torn region, further escalating tensions between the two countries. The use of retrofitted bombs is a sinister development in the…

East Palestine train derailment spread ‘hazardous’ pollution to 16 states: Study

East Palestine train derailment spread ‘hazardous’ pollution to 16 states: Study

A recent study has revealed that the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, has led to the spread of “hazardous” pollution to 16 states. The derailment, which occurred in February of this year, involved a train carrying toxic chemicals and led to a major environmental disaster. The study, conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),…

Witness tells House Ethics Committee that Matt Gaetz paid her for sex: Sources

Witness tells House Ethics Committee that Matt Gaetz paid her for sex: Sources

The House Ethics Committee is currently investigating allegations that Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz paid a witness for sex, according to sources familiar with the matter. The witness, who has not been publicly identified, reportedly told the committee that Gaetz paid her for sexual encounters. The investigation into Gaetz, a staunch ally of former President Donald…

Plastic surgeon charged in death of wife who went into cardiac arrest

Plastic surgeon charged in death of wife who went into cardiac arrest

A tragic story has emerged from Florida, where a well-known plastic surgeon has been charged in the death of his wife. The incident occurred when his wife went into cardiac arrest during a surgical procedure he was performing on her. Dr. Mark Jensen, a respected plastic surgeon in the community, was performing a routine cosmetic…

Southern New Mexico wildfire leads to evacuation of village of 7,000

Southern New Mexico wildfire leads to evacuation of village of 7,000

A wildfire in Southern New Mexico has led to the evacuation of a village of 7,000 residents as firefighters work tirelessly to contain the blaze. The wildfire, which started on Thursday morning, has already consumed hundreds of acres of land and is showing no signs of slowing down. The village of 7,000 residents, located in…

Judge orders railway to pay Washington tribe nearly $400 million for trespassing with oil trains

Judge orders railway to pay Washington tribe nearly $400 million for trespassing with oil trains

A federal judge has ordered a railway company to pay the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community nearly $400 million for trespassing with oil trains on their reservation in Washington state. The lawsuit, filed by the Swinomish tribe in 2017, alleged that BNSF Railway had been running oil trains across their reservation without permission, violating their treaty…

Surgeon general calls for health warnings on social media for younger users

Surgeon general calls for health warnings on social media for younger users

The Surgeon General of the United States, Dr. Vivek Murthy, has recently called for health warnings to be displayed on social media platforms that cater to younger users. In a statement released by his office, Dr. Murthy emphasized the need for increased awareness and education about the potential negative impacts of excessive social media use…

Multiple people shot at Michigan splash pad park, suspect dead: Police

Multiple people shot at Michigan splash pad park, suspect dead: Police

On a sunny day in Michigan, families were enjoying the warm weather at a splash pad park when chaos erupted. Multiple people were shot at the park, leaving many in shock and disbelief. The suspect, who was responsible for the shooting, was later found dead by police. The incident took place at a popular splash…

Wildfire north of Los Angeles spreads as authorities evacuate 1,200 people

Wildfire north of Los Angeles spreads as authorities evacuate 1,200 people

A wildfire north of Los Angeles has rapidly spread, prompting authorities to evacuate approximately 1,200 people from their homes. The fire, which ignited on Thursday afternoon near the town of Gorman, has already scorched over 5,000 acres of land and continues to grow as firefighters work tirelessly to contain the blaze. The fire, dubbed the…

Explosions heard as Maine police deal with armed individual

Explosions heard as Maine police deal with armed individual

Maine residents were startled by the sound of explosions on Tuesday as police dealt with an armed individual in the town of Westbrook. The chaotic scene unfolded as law enforcement responded to reports of a man armed with a gun threatening to harm himself and others. The Westbrook Police Department, along with assistance from the…

US military targets Houthi radar sites in Yemen after a merchant sailor goes missing

US military targets Houthi radar sites in Yemen after a merchant sailor goes missing

The United States military has reportedly targeted Houthi radar sites in Yemen in response to the disappearance of a merchant sailor in the region. The sailor, who was part of a commercial vessel passing through the waters near Yemen, went missing under mysterious circumstances, prompting concerns about the safety of maritime traffic in the area….

WATCH:  We asked the 'Bridgerton' cast about the carriage scene. Their response was hilarious

WATCH: We asked the 'Bridgerton' cast about the carriage scene. Their response was hilarious

If you’re a fan of the hit Netflix show “Bridgerton,” you’ve probably already binged your way through the first season and eagerly await the release of the second. One of the most memorable scenes from the show is undoubtedly the steamy carriage scene between Daphne Bridgerton (played by Phoebe Dynevor) and Simon Basset, the Duke…

Micro communities for the homeless sprout in US cities eager for small, quick and cheap solutions

Micro communities for the homeless sprout in US cities eager for small, quick and cheap solutions

As the issue of homelessness continues to plague cities across the United States, some communities are turning to micro communities as a small, quick, and cost-effective solution to provide shelter for those in need. Micro communities, also known as tiny home villages or transitional housing communities, are small clusters of tiny homes or shelters that…

New study shows up to 43% of US households are not storing guns securely

New study shows up to 43% of US households are not storing guns securely

A new study conducted by researchers at Harvard University has revealed alarming statistics about the way firearms are stored in American households. According to the study, up to 43% of households in the United States are not storing their guns securely, putting themselves and their families at risk of accidents and violence. The study, which…

Will Trump go to prison for felony hush money conviction? Experts are split

Will Trump go to prison for felony hush money conviction? Experts are split

As the legal battle surrounding former President Donald Trump and his alleged involvement in a felony hush money scheme continues to unfold, experts are divided on whether or not he will ultimately face prison time for his actions. In 2018, Trump’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen, pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations for his role in…

The Apollo Theater celebrates 90th anniversary at star-studded spring benefit with Usher, Babyface

The Apollo Theater celebrates 90th anniversary at star-studded spring benefit with Usher, Babyface

The iconic Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, celebrated its 90th anniversary in style with a star-studded spring benefit concert featuring performances by some of the biggest names in music, including Usher and Babyface. The Apollo Theater has been a cultural landmark in Harlem since it first opened its doors in 1934. Over the years,…

Florida jury finds Chiquita Brands liable for Colombia deaths, must pay $38.3M to family members

Florida jury finds Chiquita Brands liable for Colombia deaths, must pay $38.3M to family members

A Florida jury has found Chiquita Brands International, one of the world’s largest fruit companies, liable for the deaths of six individuals in Colombia and has ordered the company to pay $38.3 million in damages to their family members. The case, which has been ongoing for several years, centered around Chiquita’s financial support of paramilitary…

About 25 arrested at UCLA as group attempts to set up protest camp, university police say

About 25 arrested at UCLA as group attempts to set up protest camp, university police say

On the campus of UCLA, tensions rose as a group of individuals attempted to set up a protest camp, leading to the arrest of about 25 people by university police. The incident, which occurred on Wednesday afternoon, has sparked debate and controversy among students and faculty. According to reports, the group arrived on campus with…

UN Security Council adopts US draft resolution supporting Gaza cease-fire deal

UN Security Council adopts US draft resolution supporting Gaza cease-fire deal

The United Nations Security Council has adopted a draft resolution put forward by the United States in support of a cease-fire deal between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. The resolution calls for an immediate cessation of hostilities and reaffirms the importance of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The cease-fire deal, brokered by Egypt,…

Apple expected to enter AI race with ambitions to overtake the early leaders

Apple expected to enter AI race with ambitions to overtake the early leaders

Apple, the tech giant known for its innovative products and cutting-edge technology, is now setting its sights on the world of artificial intelligence (AI). With ambitions to overtake the early leaders in the AI race, Apple is gearing up to make a significant impact in the rapidly growing field. AI has become a crucial component…

French President Macron calls a snap legislative election after defeat in EU vote

French President Macron calls a snap legislative election after defeat in EU vote

French President Emmanuel Macron has called for a snap legislative election after suffering a defeat in the European Parliament elections. Macron’s party, La République En Marche (LREM), came in second behind the far-right National Rally party led by Marine Le Pen. The European Parliament elections were seen as a test of Macron’s leadership and his…

Large chunk of Wyoming’s Teton Pass road collapses; unclear how quickly it can be rebuilt

Large chunk of Wyoming’s Teton Pass road collapses; unclear how quickly it can be rebuilt

A large chunk of Wyoming’s Teton Pass road has collapsed, causing significant disruption to travelers and raising questions about how quickly the road can be rebuilt. The collapse occurred on Sunday, August 22nd, in an area known as “The Slide” where the road runs along a steep slope. The collapse has left a large section…

They’re on the edge of glory, and the edge of an art museum, as cliff divers come to Boston

They’re on the edge of glory, and the edge of an art museum, as cliff divers come to Boston

Boston, known for its rich history and vibrant arts scene, is set to welcome a new type of performance art to its shores – cliff diving. This thrilling and adrenaline-pumping sport will make its debut in the city as part of a unique collaboration between the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) and Red Bull….

Danish prime minister assaulted on Copenhagen square, media reports say

Danish prime minister assaulted on Copenhagen square, media reports say

Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen was reportedly assaulted on a busy Copenhagen square earlier today, according to media reports. The incident, which took place in broad daylight in front of a crowd of onlookers, has sent shockwaves through the country and raised concerns about the safety of public officials. According to witnesses, the assailant…

Alex Jones seeks permission to convert his personal bankruptcy into a liquidation

Alex Jones seeks permission to convert his personal bankruptcy into a liquidation

Alex Jones, the controversial right-wing media personality and founder of Infowars, is seeking permission to convert his personal bankruptcy case into a liquidation. Jones, who has been embroiled in legal battles and controversies in recent years, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in April, citing mounting legal fees and debt. Jones, known for his conspiracy theories…

The last heroes of Normandy return to France 80 years after D-Day invasion

The last heroes of Normandy return to France 80 years after D-Day invasion

On June 6, 1944, Allied forces launched the largest seaborne invasion in history, known as D-Day, to liberate German-occupied Western Europe during World War II. The operation involved over 156,000 troops from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and other Allied countries landing on the beaches of Normandy, France. Now, 80 years later, the last…

Judge won’t block North Dakota’s ban on gender-affirming care for children

Judge won’t block North Dakota’s ban on gender-affirming care for children

A recent ruling by a federal judge in North Dakota has sparked controversy and outrage among LGBTQ+ advocates and medical professionals. The ruling, which denies a request to block a new state law banning gender-affirming care for transgender children, has raised concerns about the rights and well-being of transgender youth in the state. The law,…

4 firefighters injured battling 60-acre wildfire in Napa County, Cal Fire says

4 firefighters injured battling 60-acre wildfire in Napa County, Cal Fire says

Four firefighters were injured while battling a 60-acre wildfire in Napa County, according to Cal Fire officials. The blaze, which broke out on Thursday afternoon, quickly spread through the dry brush and rugged terrain, posing a significant challenge to firefighters. The injured firefighters were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, but the extent of…

Texas DA seeks to overturn governor’s pardon of man convicted of fatally shooting protester

Texas DA seeks to overturn governor’s pardon of man convicted of fatally shooting protester

The controversial case of a man convicted of fatally shooting a protester in Texas has taken a new turn as the state’s district attorney seeks to overturn the governor’s pardon. In 2020, Steven Davis was convicted of shooting and killing a protester during a heated confrontation at a rally in Dallas. The incident sparked outrage…

Muhammad Ali’s childhood home is for sale in Kentucky after being converted into a museum

Muhammad Ali’s childhood home is for sale in Kentucky after being converted into a museum

Muhammad Ali, the legendary boxer who is widely regarded as one of the greatest athletes of all time, spent his formative years in Louisville, Kentucky. Now, his childhood home has been converted into a museum and is up for sale. The two-story house, located in the historically significant West End neighborhood of Louisville, was originally…

New Jersey man stabs mother to death while she was sleeping: Police

New Jersey man stabs mother to death while she was sleeping: Police

A tragic incident occurred in New Jersey when a man allegedly stabbed his own mother to death while she was sleeping. The shocking crime has left the community in disbelief and mourning the loss of a beloved member. According to police reports, the incident took place in the early hours of the morning when the…

Hunter Biden gun trial updates: President Biden says he has ‘boundless love’ for his son

Hunter Biden gun trial updates: President Biden says he has ‘boundless love’ for his son

Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, is currently facing a trial for allegedly falsifying documents in order to obtain a firearm. The case has drawn significant attention, with many wondering how it will impact President Biden and his administration. In a recent statement, President Biden expressed his “boundless love” for his son and…

Mexico’s projected presidential winner Sheinbaum says competitors have conceded

Mexico’s projected presidential winner Sheinbaum says competitors have conceded

Mexico’s projected presidential winner Claudia Sheinbaum has announced that her competitors have conceded defeat in the country’s recent election. Sheinbaum, who is a member of the left-wing Morena party, is set to become Mexico’s first female president. The announcement comes after a closely contested race that saw Sheinbaum facing off against several other candidates from…

Rupert Murdoch ties the knot for the 5th time in ceremony at his California vineyard

Rupert Murdoch ties the knot for the 5th time in ceremony at his California vineyard

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has tied the knot for the fifth time in a lavish ceremony at his California vineyard. The 89-year-old billionaire married his girlfriend, 59-year-old former model Jerry Hall, in a private ceremony attended by family and close friends. The wedding took place at Murdoch’s Moraga Vineyards estate in the hills above Los…

Zelenskyy urges defense officials to attend summit on ending Russia’s war on Ukraine

Zelenskyy urges defense officials to attend summit on ending Russia’s war on Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has called on defense officials from around the world to attend a summit aimed at ending Russia’s ongoing war on Ukraine. The summit, which is set to take place in Kyiv next month, will bring together key military leaders and experts to discuss strategies for putting an end to the conflict…

Trump is now a convicted felon. Here’s what that could mean for his rights

Trump is now a convicted felon. Here’s what that could mean for his rights

Former President Donald Trump has been a controversial figure in American politics since before he even took office. Now, he faces a new challenge as reports surface that he has been convicted of a felony. The implications of this conviction are significant, as it could have major consequences for Trump’s future rights and privileges. Here’s…

Israel maintains a shadowy hospital for Gaza detainees. Critics allege mistreatment

Israel maintains a shadowy hospital for Gaza detainees. Critics allege mistreatment

Israel has come under scrutiny for its treatment of Palestinian detainees from the Gaza Strip at a shadowy hospital located in southern Israel. The facility, known as the Ktzi’ot Prison Hospital, is operated by the Israel Prison Service and is allegedly used to treat detainees from Gaza who are in need of medical care. Critics…

Tesla recalling more than 125,000 vehicles to fix seat belt warning system

Tesla recalling more than 125,000 vehicles to fix seat belt warning system

Tesla has issued a recall for more than 125,000 vehicles in order to address a potential issue with the seat belt warning system. The electric car manufacturer announced that the recall affects certain Model S and Model X vehicles that were produced between 2012 and 2018. The recall was initiated after Tesla discovered that the…

Trump’s conviction likely won’t change his GOP support: Analysis

Trump’s conviction likely won’t change his GOP support: Analysis

Former President Donald Trump’s recent conviction on charges of inciting the January 6th Capitol riot has sent shockwaves through the political world. Many have speculated that this could be the end of Trump’s stranglehold on the Republican Party, but a closer look at the facts reveals that his conviction is unlikely to significantly impact his…

New Tennessee law penalizes adults who help minors get abortions without parental consent

New Tennessee law penalizes adults who help minors get abortions without parental consent

A new law in Tennessee is cracking down on adults who help minors obtain abortions without the consent of their parents. Under the new law, which went into effect on July 1, 2021, adults who assist minors in obtaining abortions without parental consent can face felony charges and up to six years in prison. The…

14 pro-democracy activists convicted, 2 acquitted in Hong Kong’s biggest national security case

14 pro-democracy activists convicted, 2 acquitted in Hong Kong’s biggest national security case

In a major blow to Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement, 14 activists have been convicted and two acquitted in what is being called the city’s biggest national security case. The activists were charged under the controversial national security law imposed by Beijing last year, which criminalizes acts of secession, subversion, terrorism, and collusion with foreign forces….

Justice Alito refuses to recuse himself from Jan. 6 cases after flag controversies

Justice Alito refuses to recuse himself from Jan. 6 cases after flag controversies

In a decision that has sparked controversy and debate, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has refused to recuse himself from cases related to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, despite calls for him to do so due to his involvement in controversies surrounding the display of a flag associated with the event. Justice Alito’s refusal to…

Planned Parenthood asks judge to expand health exception to Indiana abortion ban

Planned Parenthood asks judge to expand health exception to Indiana abortion ban

Planned Parenthood is once again at the center of a legal battle, this time in Indiana. The organization has asked a judge to expand the health exception to the state’s recently enacted abortion ban, which prohibits the procedure in cases where the fetus has a disability. The ban, signed into law by Governor Eric Holcomb…

Georgian parliament overrides presidential veto of the divisive foreign influence bill

Georgian parliament overrides presidential veto of the divisive foreign influence bill

The Georgian parliament has made a controversial decision by overriding President Salome Zurabishvili’s veto of the divisive foreign influence bill. The bill, which aims to combat foreign interference in the country’s internal affairs, has caused a rift between the president and the parliament, with both sides standing firm in their beliefs. The bill, which was…

Fears rise a second landslide and disease outbreak loom at site of Papua New Guinea disaster

Fears rise a second landslide and disease outbreak loom at site of Papua New Guinea disaster

The aftermath of the devastating landslide that struck the village of Hela in Papua New Guinea has left residents and authorities on edge as fears of a second landslide and potential disease outbreak loom over the area. The initial landslide, which occurred on February 2nd, buried several homes and claimed the lives of at least…

12 people injured after Qatar Airways plane hits turbulence on way to Dublin

12 people injured after Qatar Airways plane hits turbulence on way to Dublin

Twelve people were injured on a Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Dublin after the plane hit severe turbulence. The incident occurred on Monday afternoon, leaving passengers shaken and in need of medical attention. According to reports, the Airbus A350 encountered rough air about three hours into the flight, causing the aircraft to shake violently….

6 dead, dozens injured after apparent tornadoes tear through Texas, Arkansas, officials say

6 dead, dozens injured after apparent tornadoes tear through Texas, Arkansas, officials say

Six people have been confirmed dead and dozens more injured after a series of apparent tornadoes tore through parts of Texas and Arkansas on Friday night. The storms left a path of destruction in their wake, destroying homes, uprooting trees, and causing widespread power outages. According to officials, the severe weather began late Friday evening,…

4 stabbed in Massachusetts movie theater, suspect arrested, police say

4 stabbed in Massachusetts movie theater, suspect arrested, police say

Four people were stabbed in a movie theater in Massachusetts on Wednesday night, leaving patrons shocked and authorities scrambling to contain the violence. According to police, the suspect has been arrested and is currently in custody. The incident occurred at the Regal Cinemas in Kingston, a small town located about 35 miles south of Boston….

Jackie Robinson rebuilt in bronze in Colorado after theft of statue from Kansas park

Jackie Robinson rebuilt in bronze in Colorado after theft of statue from Kansas park

In a heartwarming display of resilience and community support, a bronze statue of baseball legend Jackie Robinson has been recreated and installed in Colorado after the original statue was stolen from a park in Kansas. The statue, which depicts Robinson breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball, was first erected in the park in…

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s medical procedure is over, resumed functions and duties

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s medical procedure is over, resumed functions and duties

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin recently underwent a medical procedure, but is now back in action and fully resumed his functions and duties. The procedure was described as routine and successful, with no complications reported. Austin, who took office in January as the first African American to lead the Pentagon, is responsible for overseeing the U.S….

Donald Trump responds to Nikki Haley saying she’ll vote for him, suggests she’ll be ‘on our team’

Donald Trump responds to Nikki Haley saying she’ll vote for him, suggests she’ll be ‘on our team’

Former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley recently announced that she plans to vote for Donald Trump in the upcoming 2020 election, despite her previous criticisms of the President. In response, Trump took to Twitter to thank Haley for her support and suggested that she would be “on our team” going forward. Haley, who served as…

4 dead, 35 injured in Greenfield, Iowa, as dozens of tornadoes impact 6 states

4 dead, 35 injured in Greenfield, Iowa, as dozens of tornadoes impact 6 states

On a tragic day in Greenfield, Iowa, a devastating tornado ripped through the town, leaving four people dead and 35 others injured. This destructive storm was part of a larger system that spawned dozens of tornadoes across six states in the Midwest. The tornado in Greenfield struck with little warning, catching residents off guard and…