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…

2 killed, 3 wounded in Pennsylvania workplace shooting, police say

2 killed, 3 wounded in Pennsylvania workplace shooting, police say

A tragic incident occurred in Pennsylvania on Friday when a workplace shooting left two people dead and three others wounded. The incident took place at a manufacturing facility in Lebanon County, where an employee opened fire on his coworkers before turning the gun on himself. According to police reports, the shooter, identified as a 42-year-old…

It’s so hot in Mexico, howler monkeys are falling dead from the trees

It’s so hot in Mexico, howler monkeys are falling dead from the trees

Mexico is currently experiencing an extreme heatwave that is not only affecting humans, but also the wildlife in the region. The scorching temperatures have become so unbearable that howler monkeys, a species native to the area, are reportedly falling dead from the trees. The howler monkey, known for its loud and distinctive calls, is a…

Special counsel suspected additional obstruction effort by Trump in classified docs case

Special counsel suspected additional obstruction effort by Trump in classified docs case

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia took a new turn this week when it was revealed that Mueller is investigating a potential additional obstruction of justice effort by President Trump in a case involving classified documents. According to sources familiar with the investigation, Mueller is looking into…

Investigators return to Long Island home of Gilgo Beach serial killing suspect

Investigators return to Long Island home of Gilgo Beach serial killing suspect

Investigators have returned to the Long Island home of a suspect in the infamous Gilgo Beach serial killings, reigniting interest in a case that has long haunted the community. The suspect, whose identity has not been released to the public, is believed to be responsible for the deaths of at least 10 people whose bodies…

Iran’s President Raisi dead in helicopter crash: Iranian state media

Iran’s President Raisi dead in helicopter crash: Iranian state media

Iran’s President Raisi dead in helicopter crash: Iranian state media In a tragic turn of events, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has been confirmed dead in a helicopter crash, according to Iranian state media. The incident occurred on Saturday morning, as President Raisi was traveling to a public event in a remote region of Iran. The…

Slovak PM’s condition remains serious but prognosis positive after assassination bid

Slovak PM’s condition remains serious but prognosis positive after assassination bid

Slovak Prime Minister Igor Matovič remains in serious condition after an assassination attempt on his life, but doctors are optimistic about his prognosis. The attack, which took place outside Matovič’s home in Bratislava, left the Prime Minister with serious injuries, including multiple gunshot wounds. The incident has sent shockwaves through the country, with many expressing…

Seize the Grey wins the Preakness for D. Wayne Lukas and ends Mystik Dan’s Triple Crown bid

Seize the Grey wins the Preakness for D. Wayne Lukas and ends Mystik Dan’s Triple Crown bid

In a stunning upset at the Preakness Stakes, Seize the Grey emerged victorious to end Mystik Dan’s Triple Crown bid. Trained by the legendary D. Wayne Lukas, Seize the Grey defied the odds and outpaced the competition to claim the second jewel in the Triple Crown series. Mystik Dan, who had dominated in the Kentucky…

Slovak prime minister still in serious condition as suspect appears in court

Slovak prime minister still in serious condition as suspect appears in court

Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico remains in serious condition in the hospital after being attacked by a suspect who appeared in court today. The suspect, identified as 37-year-old Jan Kuciak, allegedly broke into the prime minister’s residence and assaulted him with a blunt object. The attack on the prime minister has sent shockwaves throughout Slovakia,…

Houston storm: At least 5 killed, more than 600,000 without power

Houston storm: At least 5 killed, more than 600,000 without power

Houston is currently reeling from the aftermath of a powerful storm that has left at least five people dead and more than 600,000 residents without power. The storm, which hit the city on Thursday evening, brought heavy rain, strong winds, and widespread flooding to the area. The storm caused chaos across the city, with reports…

Trump heads to Minnesota to campaign after attending his son Barron’s Florida high school graduation

Trump heads to Minnesota to campaign after attending his son Barron’s Florida high school graduation

President Donald Trump is hitting the campaign trail once again, this time heading to Minnesota after attending his son Barron’s high school graduation in Florida. The President’s visit to the North Star State comes as he ramps up his re-election efforts, looking to secure another four years in the White House. After attending Barron’s graduation…

Biden asserts executive privilege over audio of interview with special counsel Hur

Biden asserts executive privilege over audio of interview with special counsel Hur

President Joe Biden has asserted executive privilege over the audio recording of his interview with special counsel John Hur, sparking controversy and raising questions about transparency in the administration. The interview, which took place as part of Hur’s investigation into potential wrongdoing by former President Donald Trump, was initially meant to be kept confidential. However,…

3 North Koreans infiltrated US companies in ‘staggering’ alleged telework fraud: DOJ

3 North Koreans infiltrated US companies in ‘staggering’ alleged telework fraud: DOJ

The Department of Justice recently announced that three North Korean individuals have been charged with allegedly infiltrating US companies in a massive telework fraud scheme. The scheme, which the DOJ described as “staggering,” involved the defendants posing as employees of legitimate companies in order to gain access to sensitive information and steal money. According to…

Police descend on UC Irvine campus as protesters occupy lecture hall

Police descend on UC Irvine campus as protesters occupy lecture hall

On a sunny afternoon at the University of California, Irvine campus, a group of protesters gathered in a lecture hall, demanding justice and accountability. What started as a peaceful demonstration quickly escalated when police officers descended on the scene, leading to a tense standoff between law enforcement and the protesters. The protesters, a diverse group…

Slovakian prime minister in life-threatening condition after assassination attempt

Slovakian prime minister in life-threatening condition after assassination attempt

Slovakian Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini is currently in critical condition after surviving an assassination attempt earlier today. The incident occurred while the Prime Minister was attending a public event in Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia. According to reports, a lone gunman approached the Prime Minister and fired several shots at close range before being…

Latest US inflation report may provide clues to future path of prices and interest rates

Latest US inflation report may provide clues to future path of prices and interest rates

The latest US inflation report, released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, provides valuable insights into the current state of the economy and may offer clues to the future path of prices and interest rates. Inflation is a key indicator of the health of the economy, and policymakers closely monitor these figures to make decisions…

US is experiencing more tornado outbreaks, despite fewer tornado days overall, researchers say

US is experiencing more tornado outbreaks, despite fewer tornado days overall, researchers say

The United States is experiencing more tornado outbreaks, despite seeing fewer tornado days overall, according to researchers. This puzzling trend has scientists scratching their heads as they try to unravel the reasons behind this phenomenon. Tornado outbreaks are defined as events in which multiple tornadoes occur in close succession and in the same general area….

Congress is sending families less help for day care costs. So states are stepping in

Congress is sending families less help for day care costs. So states are stepping in

With the rising cost of child care in the United States, many families are struggling to afford the high expenses associated with enrolling their children in day care facilities. Unfortunately, Congress has not provided much help in this area, as they have not taken significant steps to address the issue of affordable child care for…

Trump trial live updates: Michael Cohen says Stormy Daniels story would have been ‘catastrophic’

Trump trial live updates: Michael Cohen says Stormy Daniels story would have been ‘catastrophic’

Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen testified before Congress on Wednesday, revealing new details about his involvement in hush money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels and other potentially damaging information about President Trump. During his testimony, Cohen claimed that he was directed by Trump to pay off Daniels in order to keep her from…

Israel-Gaza live updates: 300,000 have fled Rafah, UN agency says

Israel-Gaza live updates: 300,000 have fled Rafah, UN agency says

The situation in Gaza continues to escalate as Israel’s military operation in the region intensifies. According to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), an estimated 300,000 residents of Rafah have fled their homes in fear of the ongoing violence. The UNRWA has reported that many families have sought shelter in schools and other…

Thousands flee as Russia presses a renewed border assault near Ukraine’s second largest city

Thousands flee as Russia presses a renewed border assault near Ukraine’s second largest city

Over the past few days, thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes as Russia continues its aggressive assault near Ukraine’s second largest city, Kharkiv. The renewed border assault has caused widespread panic and fear among the local population, with many residents seeking refuge in nearby towns and cities. The Russian military has…

Michigan attorney general probing death of Black man hit by unmarked police car

Michigan attorney general probing death of Black man hit by unmarked police car

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has announced that her office will be investigating the death of a Black man who was hit by an unmarked police car in Detroit. The incident has sparked outrage and calls for justice from the community. The victim, 42-year-old Damon Grimes, was riding his ATV on the city’s east side…

A renewed Russian offensive on Ukraine’s Kharkiv forces about 1700 to evacuate

A renewed Russian offensive on Ukraine’s Kharkiv forces about 1700 to evacuate

In a shocking development, Russian forces have launched a renewed offensive on Ukraine’s Kharkiv, forcing around 1700 Ukrainian troops to evacuate the area. The city of Kharkiv, located in northeastern Ukraine, has been a key battleground in the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. The Russian offensive on Kharkiv comes as a major blow to…

WWII soldiers posthumously receive Purple Heart medals 79 years after fatal plane crash

WWII soldiers posthumously receive Purple Heart medals 79 years after fatal plane crash

The sacrifices made by soldiers during World War II are immeasurable, and their bravery and dedication to their country will never be forgotten. Recently, a group of soldiers who perished in a fatal plane crash during the war were finally recognized for their service and sacrifice, as they were posthumously awarded Purple Heart medals, 79…

Liam, Olivia are still the most popular US baby names; Mateo makes debut on the list

Liam, Olivia are still the most popular US baby names; Mateo makes debut on the list

The Social Security Administration recently released its annual list of the most popular baby names in the United States, and it comes as no surprise that Liam and Olivia once again topped the list for boys and girls, respectively. However, there was one notable newcomer that made its debut on the list this year –…

Air Vanuatu files for bankruptcy protection after canceling all international flights

Air Vanuatu files for bankruptcy protection after canceling all international flights

Air Vanuatu, the national carrier of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, has filed for bankruptcy protection after canceling all of its international flights due to the ongoing global pandemic. The airline, which has been struggling financially for some time, made the difficult decision to cancel all of its international flights in response to the…

Exclusive: Mom speaks out after Air Force rescued son from cruise ship

Exclusive: Mom speaks out after Air Force rescued son from cruise ship

A mother’s worst nightmare became a reality when her son went missing while on a cruise ship. However, thanks to the quick thinking and heroic efforts of the Air Force, her son was rescued and brought back safely. In an exclusive interview with our news outlet, the mother, who wishes to remain anonymous, shared her…

No hate crime charges filed against man who yelled racist slurs at Utah women’s basketball team

No hate crime charges filed against man who yelled racist slurs at Utah women’s basketball team

A recent incident involving a man yelling racist slurs at the University of Utah women’s basketball team has sparked outrage and disappointment as no hate crime charges were filed against him. The incident occurred during a game between the University of Utah women’s basketball team and the Southern Utah University women’s basketball team. The man,…

Severe storms batter the Midwest, including reported tornadoes that shredded a FedEx facility

Severe storms batter the Midwest, including reported tornadoes that shredded a FedEx facility

Severe storms have been wreaking havoc across the Midwest in recent days, leaving a trail of destruction in their wake. The most recent round of storms included reported tornadoes that tore through several communities and caused significant damage to a FedEx facility. The tornadoes, which were part of a larger system of severe weather that…

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declares state of emergency in parts of state over tornadoes

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declares state of emergency in parts of state over tornadoes

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has declared a state of emergency in parts of the state after a series of tornadoes caused widespread damage and destruction. The storms hit on Saturday evening, leaving a trail of destruction in their wake. The tornadoes touched down in multiple counties, including Shiawassee and Genesee, causing significant damage to homes,…

Trump trial live updates: ‘Don’t worry about that,’ Stormy Daniels says Trump said of Melania

Trump trial live updates: ‘Don’t worry about that,’ Stormy Daniels says Trump said of Melania

The highly anticipated trial of former President Donald Trump is currently underway, with live updates flooding in as the proceedings unfold. One particularly shocking revelation came from adult film star Stormy Daniels, who testified that Trump once dismissed concerns about his wife Melania finding out about their alleged affair. In her testimony, Daniels claimed that…

Boeing is set to launch NASA astronauts for the first time after years of struggle

Boeing is set to launch NASA astronauts for the first time after years of struggle

After years of setbacks and delays, Boeing is finally set to launch NASA astronauts into space for the first time. The aerospace company has been working tirelessly on its CST-100 Starliner spacecraft, which is designed to transport crews to and from the International Space Station. Boeing has faced numerous challenges along the way, including technical…

Ex-Fulton County prosecutor Nathan Wade speaks out: ‘Workplace romances are as American as apple pie … it happened to the two of us’

Ex-Fulton County prosecutor Nathan Wade speaks out: ‘Workplace romances are as American as apple pie … it happened to the two of us’

Former Fulton County prosecutor Nathan Wade recently made headlines when he spoke out about workplace romances, stating that they are as American as apple pie. Wade, who was involved in a romantic relationship with a co-worker during his time at the prosecutor’s office, shared his thoughts on the topic in a candid interview. In the…

Israel orders Al Jazeera to close its local operation

Israel orders Al Jazeera to close its local operation

Israel has ordered the news network Al Jazeera to close its local operation, citing concerns over the network’s coverage of recent events in the region. The move has sparked controversy and raised questions about press freedom in the country. The Israeli government has accused Al Jazeera of inciting violence and promoting anti-Israeli sentiment through its…

Mystik Dan wins 150th Kentucky Derby by a nose in a 3-horse photo finish

Mystik Dan wins 150th Kentucky Derby by a nose in a 3-horse photo finish

In a thrilling and nail-biting finish, Mystik Dan emerged victorious in the 150th running of the Kentucky Derby, winning by a nose in a three-horse photo finish. The race, which is known as the “most exciting two minutes in sports,” certainly lived up to its reputation as the three horses battled it out down the…

Flood watch in effect for over 11 million people in Texas and Oklahoma

Flood watch in effect for over 11 million people in Texas and Oklahoma

A flood watch has been issued for over 11 million people in Texas and Oklahoma as heavy rain continues to fall in the region. The National Weather Service has warned of the potential for flash flooding as several rounds of storms move through the area. The flood watch covers a large swath of both states,…

Lewiston bowling alley reopens 6 months after Maine’s deadliest mass shooting

Lewiston bowling alley reopens 6 months after Maine’s deadliest mass shooting

After six long months of closure, the Lewiston Bowling Alley has finally reopened its doors to the public. The bowling alley, located in Lewiston, Maine, was the site of the state’s deadliest mass shooting back in February. The tragic event left five people dead and several others injured, sending shockwaves throughout the community. The reopening…

US employers scaled back hiring in April but still added 175,000 jobs

US employers scaled back hiring in April but still added 175,000 jobs

In April, US employers scaled back their hiring efforts, but still managed to add 175,000 jobs to the economy. This marks a slight slowdown in job growth compared to previous months, but it is still a positive sign that the economy is continuing to expand. The latest jobs report from the Labor Department showed that…

Houston area facing ‘life-threatening’ flood conditions as severe weather pummels Texas

Houston area facing ‘life-threatening’ flood conditions as severe weather pummels Texas

The Houston area is currently facing ‘life-threatening’ flood conditions as severe weather continues to pummel Texas, causing widespread devastation and displacing thousands of residents. The heavy rains and powerful storms have led to overflowing rivers, flooded streets, and overwhelmed drainage systems, creating dangerous conditions for residents and emergency responders alike. The National Weather Service has…

London sword attack suspect appears in court on murder charge in death of teenage boy

London sword attack suspect appears in court on murder charge in death of teenage boy

A suspect in a horrific sword attack in London appeared in court today on a murder charge in relation to the death of a teenage boy. The attack, which took place in a residential neighborhood in the city, has sent shockwaves throughout the community. The suspect, a 19-year-old man, was arrested shortly after the attack…

14-year-old suspect dead after active shooter reported outside Wisconsin middle school: Sources

14-year-old suspect dead after active shooter reported outside Wisconsin middle school: Sources

A 14-year-old suspect is dead after an active shooter was reported outside a middle school in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, according to sources. The incident occurred on Tuesday morning, when authorities received reports of a person with a gun outside of the school. The school was placed on lockdown as law enforcement responded to the scene. According…

Marjorie Taylor Greene says she’s moving ahead with effort to oust Speaker Johnson

Marjorie Taylor Greene says she’s moving ahead with effort to oust Speaker Johnson

Controversial congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene is making headlines once again, this time for her latest political move: an effort to oust Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Greene announced on Monday that she is moving forward with a resolution to remove Pelosi from her position as Speaker, citing what she calls Pelosi’s “failure to lead…

College protests live updates: Columbia hall occupied, barricade erected

College protests live updates: Columbia hall occupied, barricade erected

Students at Columbia University have taken matters into their own hands as they protest against the school’s administration. In a show of solidarity, a group of students have occupied a hall on campus and erected a barricade to prevent anyone from entering or leaving the building. The protest, which began earlier this morning, is in…

3 US Marshals task force members killed, 5 officers shot in Charlotte

3 US Marshals task force members killed, 5 officers shot in Charlotte

Three members of a U.S. Marshals task force were tragically killed and five officers were shot during an incident in Charlotte, North Carolina. The incident occurred on Wednesday morning when the task force was attempting to serve a warrant at a home in the area. The U.S. Marshals task force, comprised of federal and local…

Scotland’s leader resigns as he struggles to win support for weakened government

Scotland’s leader resigns as he struggles to win support for weakened government

Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has announced her resignation as leader of the Scottish government after struggling to win support for her weakened administration. Sturgeon, who has led the Scottish National Party (SNP) since 2014, has faced mounting pressure in recent months as her government has faced numerous challenges, including a series of scandals and…

Nicole Kidman, who ‘makes movies better,’ gets AFI Life Achievement Award

Nicole Kidman, who ‘makes movies better,’ gets AFI Life Achievement Award

Nicole Kidman, the award-winning actress known for her captivating performances on the big screen, has been honored with the prestigious American Film Institute (AFI) Life Achievement Award. The AFI Life Achievement Award is one of the highest honors in the entertainment industry, recognizing individuals who have made a significant impact on the world of film….

Tesla founder Elon Musk visits China as competitors show off new electric vehicles

Tesla founder Elon Musk visits China as competitors show off new electric vehicles

Tesla founder Elon Musk recently made a trip to China, where he visited the company’s Gigafactory in Shanghai. The visit comes at a time when several Chinese electric vehicle manufacturers are showing off their latest models at the Shanghai Auto Show. Musk’s visit to China is significant as the country is one of Tesla’s key…

Tornado threat continues after 4 injured, hundreds of homes damaged

Tornado threat continues after 4 injured, hundreds of homes damaged

After a devastating tornado ripped through a small town in the Midwest, the threat of more severe weather continues as four people were injured and hundreds of homes were damaged. The tornado touched down in the town late last night, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. The powerful storm tore through neighborhoods, uprooting…

Climber dead, another injured after 1000-foot fall off Alaska mountain

Climber dead, another injured after 1000-foot fall off Alaska mountain

Tragedy struck in Alaska’s Denali National Park this week when two climbers fell over 1000 feet off a mountain, resulting in one death and one serious injury. The climbers, who have not been identified, were attempting a challenging route on the 14,573-foot Mount Barille when the accident occurred. According to park officials, the climbers fell…

WATCH:  Watch the moment this dog patiently introduces himself to his new puppy brother

WATCH: Watch the moment this dog patiently introduces himself to his new puppy brother

There’s nothing quite as heartwarming as witnessing the special bond that forms between two furry friends. And in a recent viral video that has captured the hearts of many, we get to see a beautiful moment of introduction between a dog and his new puppy brother. The video begins with a sweet golden retriever patiently…

Ukraine claims it shot down a Russian strategic bomber. Moscow says the plane crashed

Ukraine claims it shot down a Russian strategic bomber. Moscow says the plane crashed

Ukraine claimed on Monday that it had shot down a Russian strategic bomber near the border between the two countries. However, Moscow has denied these claims, stating that the plane crashed due to technical issues. The incident occurred in the early hours of the morning, when Ukrainian military officials reported that they had successfully intercepted…

Man granted parole for his role in the 2001 stabbing deaths of 2 Dartmouth College professors

Man granted parole for his role in the 2001 stabbing deaths of 2 Dartmouth College professors

A man who was convicted for his role in the 2001 stabbing deaths of two Dartmouth College professors has been granted parole after serving nearly two decades in prison. The case, which shocked the small New Hampshire community and the academic world, has been a source of controversy and debate since the tragic events unfolded….

Indonesians leave homes near erupting volcano and airport closes due to ash danger

Indonesians leave homes near erupting volcano and airport closes due to ash danger

Thousands of Indonesians have been forced to evacuate their homes near the Mount Merapi volcano as it continues to spew ash and lava into the air. The volcano, located on the island of Java, has been erupting intermittently since last month, causing panic and chaos among residents in the surrounding areas. Authorities have raised the…

Senate kills Mayorkas impeachment trial, votes both articles ‘unconstitutional’

Senate kills Mayorkas impeachment trial, votes both articles ‘unconstitutional’

In a surprising turn of events, the Senate has voted to kill the impeachment trial of Alejandro Mayorkas, President Biden’s nominee to lead the Department of Homeland Security. The decision was made after a majority of senators deemed both articles of impeachment against Mayorkas as “unconstitutional.” The first article of impeachment accused Mayorkas of failing…

Russian missiles slam into a Ukrainian city and kill 8 people

Russian missiles slam into a Ukrainian city and kill 8 people

In a tragic turn of events, Russian missiles have slammed into a Ukrainian city, killing at least 8 people and injuring many others. The attack, which took place in the city of Kharkiv, has sent shockwaves throughout the region and further heightened tensions between Russia and Ukraine. The missiles struck residential areas in Kharkiv, causing…

Missing Kansas women confirmed as recovered bodies: Medical Examiner

Missing Kansas women confirmed as recovered bodies: Medical Examiner

The Kansas medical examiner has confirmed that two bodies found in a rural area of the state are those of missing women, according to a recent announcement. The bodies were discovered by a search and rescue team after an extensive search effort that had been ongoing for several weeks. The two women, who have been…

Maui Fire Department to release after-action report on deadly Hawaii wildfires

Maui Fire Department to release after-action report on deadly Hawaii wildfires

The Maui Fire Department has announced that they will be releasing an after-action report on the deadly wildfires that ravaged parts of Hawaii earlier this year. The report is expected to provide an in-depth analysis of the department’s response to the wildfires, as well as recommendations for how to improve their tactics and procedures in…