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CURRENT EVENTS

Nov 24 08:32

Rich New Yorkers are hiring people at $80 an hour to wait in line for them at COVID testing centers ahead of Thanksgiving getaway

New Yorkers with money to burn are paying people to stand in line for them instead of queueing for a COVID test in the run up to Thanksgiving.

Nov 24 08:14

De Blasio's New York City.

Nov 24 07:52

US Will Start Shipping Trump-Backed Regeneron Antibody Cocktail TOMORROW With 30,000 Courses Going To States With Most Cases And Hospitalizations

The U.S. government will start distributing Regeneron Pharmaceuticals' newly authorized COVID-19 antibody combination on Tuesday, beginning with over 30,000 treatment courses, a health official said on Monday.

Nov 24 07:48

CDC warns people to avoid travel on cruise ships because of the 'very high' risk of person-to-person COVID-19 spread - just as ships prepare to return to the seas

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Saturday it recommended that people avoid cruise ship travel as the risk of COVID-19 on liners is very high.

Nov 24 07:45

Now you SHOULD buy an N95: Former FDA commissioner urges Americans to 'buy better masks' to protect themselves amid record-high surges in coronavirus cases

The former commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says Americans can better prevent themselves from being infected with the coronavirus if they buy better masks.

Nov 24 07:42

US coronavirus cases could nearly DOUBLE to 20 million by the time of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration in January, scientists predict

The number of U.S. coronavirus cases are set to nearly double, bringing the total number of infections to about 20 million by the time President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated on January 20, a new study suggests.

Nov 24 07:40

Well said, Arnie. (Picture)

Nov 24 07:37

Jailed Ghislaine Maxwell is in quarantine after guard at Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center tests positive for COVID-19

Ghislaine Maxwell is in quarantine after a guard working near her cell inside a Brooklyn jail tested positive for coronavirus, court filings revealed on Monday.

Nov 24 07:35

Police in Texas arrest murder suspect described as 'the definition of a serial killer' in connection with three-week shooting crime spree that left four men dead

Police in Texas have arrested a suspected serial killer who has been accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend's father after going on a deadly three-week crime spree that took the lives of three men.

Nov 24 07:35

Philadelphia boy, 12, is fatally shot in his eye as he peered through glass in his front door after someone knocked and called his name at 3am

A Philadelphia boy is dead after being shot in the eye as he peered through a pane of glass in his front door.

Nov 24 07:28

'Tony Meatballs' and 'Joey Electric' are among 15 members of the Philadelphia and New Jersey mob indicted on racketeering and drug trafficking charges

Fifteen alleged mobsters and associates involved in the Philadelphia and New Jersey mafia have been indicted on a string of charges, including federal racketeering, illegal gambling, extortion and drug trafficking.

Nov 24 06:36

'Can't believe somebody took you baby bro': US rapper 21 Savage pays tribute after his brother, 27, was stabbed to death 'by a friend' on streets of south London

Rapper 21 Savage wrote a heart-breaking tribute to his British brother who was stabbed to death on a south London estate.

Nov 24 06:35

Barack Obama says Michelle has been 'more relaxed and joyful' since leaving the White House, after struggling with the 'pressure to get everything right' - and reveals how they rediscovered their 'deep love' as a couple

Former President Barack Obama says that his wife Michelle has been 'more relaxed and more joyful' since they left the White House four years ago.

Nov 24 06:30

EXCLUSIVE: Billionaire Dr. Dre's estranged wife Nicole Young accuses him of 'stonewalling' and trying to 'starve her out' in their messy divorce battle in a bid to leave her penniless, new court documents reveal

Billionaire hip-hop tycoon Dr Dre's wife Nicole is accusing him of trying to 'starve her out' in their messy divorce in a bid to leave her penniless, court documents reveal.

Nov 24 06:27

General Motors will recall nearly 7 MILLION big pickup trucks and SUVs with 'dangerous' Takata air bags that have killed 27 people worldwide

General Motors will recall about seven million big pickup trucks and SUVs worldwide to replace potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators.

Nov 24 06:27

Epstein prosecutors ask hedge-fund billionaire Glenn Dubin to hand over any docs showing communication between his three kids and the pedophile financier - who wanted to marry his 19-year-old daughter

Jeffrey Epstein prosecutors have asked hedge-fund billionaire Glenn Dubin to hand over any documents that show communication between the late pedophile and his three children, according to newly released court papers.

Nov 24 06:24

Oregon man sues his family doctor for negligence after he sought treatment for depression fueled by his failing marriage - 'only to discover doctor was having affair with his wife'

An Oregon man is suing his doctor after he sought treatment for depression fueled by his failing marriage - and says he later learned that the doctor was having an affair with his wife.

Nov 24 06:22

Private tutor, 40, is jailed for 20 years for sexually assaulting boy, 15, and telling his 13-year-old girlfriend to perform sex act on the teenager while she watched

A Texas tutor has been jailed 20 years for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy and telling a 13-year-old girl to perform oral sex on him while she watched.

Nov 24 06:21

Virginia woman, 27, shoots dead three children, aged 3, 6 and 10, before turning the gun on herself in murder-suicide but an 8-year-old boy was able to escape

A woman and three young children have died in an apparent murder-suicide in Virginia, but a fourth child was able to escape unharmed and call for help.

Nov 24 06:15

Amazon hired Pinkerton private detectives to 'spy on warehouse workers, track unionization efforts and monitor protests', leaked documents show

Amazon hired operatives from the Pinkerton detective agency to spy on warehouse workers, track labor unionization efforts and keep tabs on social justice groups, a new report claims.

Nov 24 06:15

Lift-off! China launches its Chang'e-5 lunar mission to bring back rocks from the moon for the first time in four decades

China has launched its Chang'e-5 probe into space, which will set down on the moon to collect samples from the lunar surface.

Nov 24 06:08

Farewell tour? Ivanka Trump shares photos of her three children visiting D.C.'s most famous memorials and monuments during family 'field trips' around the historic city

Ivanka Trump's father still has nearly two months left in the White House, but she is already fondly looking back at the time she has spent with her family in Washington, D.C.

Nov 24 06:07

'It was a choice of living or dying': Teen who was crushed by his 4-ton forklift truck defies the odds and survives after having the entire bottom half of his body amputated

A teenager has defied the odds by surviving a horrifying forklift truck accident that left him needing urgent surgery to amputate the bottom half of his body.

Nov 24 06:03

Breonna Taylor protest leader, 21, is shot dead 'during carjacking' near University of Louisville campus

A 21-year-old Louisville man who became a fixture at protests over the police killing of Breonna Taylor was fatally shot during a suspected carjacking early Monday.

Nov 24 06:03

‘It all happened so fast!’ Florida man, 74, who jumped into a pond to save his dog ‘Gunner’ from an alligator says his adrenaline kicked in when the reptile shot out of the water ‘like a missile’

A Florida man said it was adrenaline that sent him desperately diving into a pond to save his beloved dog from the mighty jaws of an alligator.

Nov 24 06:00

Hairy situation! 'Anti-police protester,' 33, with half a beard and Afro is arrested for threatening New Hampshire cops

A Massachusetts man with a history of anti-police activism has been arrested in New Hampshire for allegedly threatening two officers who were helping clear a homeless encampment.

Nov 24 05:59

Buns out! Man loses his pants in brawl outside Colorado's first In-N-Out Burger as 14-hour line clogs up highway

Hilarious video captured the moment a man lost his cool - and his pants - while waiting in a 14 hour-long line at a new In-N-Out Burger in Colorado.

Nov 24 05:11

Mother is branded 'disturbing' for using modelling clay to teach her son about Cesarean births as an activity for his fourth birthday

Mother-of-two Jessica So is a board-certified dermatologist based in California
Released series of clips 'performing surgery' on a human body made from clay
But her most recent, showing a c-section operation, met with fierce backlash

Nov 24 05:09

Seek-and-find puzzle challenges YOU to count all five sheep hiding among the clouds

Somewhere in this fluffy, cloud-filled puzzle, five sheep are concealed
The brainteaser, made by Hillarys, focuses on the sleep-inducing counting sheep
But just how quickly can you find all five sheep in this tricky brainteaser?

Nov 24 05:08

A depression pill from 70 years ago could be used to treat prostate cancer, research suggests

An antidepressant from the Fifties could treat prostate cancer and reduce side-effects of other treatments.

Results of a small trial suggest that the drug phenelzine, which treats depression (by altering levels of brain chemicals that regulate mood) can shrink tumours in men whose prostate cancer has returned.

Nov 24 04:58

Woman whose boyfriend thought he'd bagged a bargain after buying a sofa for £30 from Argos is left furious after realising it's a DOLL'S HOUSE couch

Mix-up shared on Twitter in exchange between British friends Melissa and Priya
Melissa was at first over-joyed at the £30 bargain before she realised the mistake
Despite crossed wires, her boyfriend was soon hailed a 'hero' on social media

Nov 24 04:19

Locations with the most 12-point drivers REVEALED: Do you live in one of the areas riddled with motorists who should already be disqualified?

By law, those who accumulate 12 or more points should be banned from driving
A legal loophole has for years protected motorists who have totted-up points
Claiming 'exceptional hardship' has seen thousands escape disqualification

Nov 24 04:02

Russian investigators open new criminal case into Jehovah's Witnesses, searches under way

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Tuesday opened a new criminal case into Jehovah’s Witnesses, the Russian Investigative Committee said on Tuesday, adding that the religion’s management centre had illegally resumed working.

Nov 24 04:02

People who refuse to wear a mask could be arrested in Boise, Idaho

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The mayor of Idaho’s largest city says local police will begin enforcing mask orders starting next week in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Nov 24 04:01

70-Year-Old Nurse Who Came Out of Retirement to Teach Nursing Students, Dies of COVID-19

A North Texas family and college campus is mourning the loss of a beloved registered nurse who came out of retirement to teach future frontline workers amid the COVID-19 health crisis, only to die of the virus, herself.

Nov 24 03:59

NYC’s first African-American mayor, David Dinkins, has died

David Dinkins, who broke barriers as New York City’s first African-American mayor, but was doomed to a single term by a soaring murder rate, stubborn unemployment and his mishandling of a riot in Brooklyn, has died. He was 93.

Nov 24 03:59

Bill Gates: 'Almost all' coronavirus vaccines will work by February

Bill Gates is feeling optimistic about coronavirus vaccine development. The first two vaccine candidates likely to receive FDA authorization, one from Pfizer and the other from Moderna, appear to be 95 percent effective against the virus. But the Microsoft co-founder and co-founder of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation also has high hopes for vaccines that haven't yet made big headlines, including those developed by AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and Novavax.

Nov 24 03:48

‘No Masks, All Indoors’: Award-Winning Journalist Claims 22 People Attended Newsom Dinner, Not 12, $15k Bar Bill

In an explosive tweet on Monday, the former Fox News correspondent claimed that the dinner that Newsom attended had 22 guests, not 12, and ran up a bar bill of over $15k. Masks were not worn, he said.

Nov 24 03:39

Biden Picks John Kerry For Climate Czar. Tom Cotton Slams Kerry With ‘Perfect Tweet’

Monday, former Vice President Joe Biden reportedly picked former Secretary of State John Kerry as his climate change czar, prompting Arkansas GOP senator Tom Cotton to issue what was called by one political pundit the “perfect tweet.”

Nov 24 03:37

First lady Melania Trump accepts delivery of official White House Christmas tree

First lady Melania Trump celebrated the arrival of the official White House Christmas tree on Monday, kicking off the 2020 holiday season.

Nov 24 03:36

Rand Paul says there won't be an investigation into 'who is funding' protesters who attacked him and his wife after president's speech

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said that there would be no investigation into who might have funded the protesters who attacked him and his wife in August after they left the president's closing speech at the Republican National Convention.

Nov 24 03:36

The Georgia secretary of state’s office announced the additional recount on Monday evening during a press conference. The Trump campaign criticized Georgia’s first recount, which took place over the course of last week and uncovered two errors worth thous

Republican Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said during a media briefing about the coronavirus that no one had the "constitutional right to walk around without a mask."

Nov 24 03:33

Georgia To Launch Second Recount After Trump Campaign Alleged ‘False’ Election Results

The Georgia secretary of state’s office announced the additional recount on Monday evening during a press conference. The Trump campaign criticized Georgia’s first recount, which took place over the course of last week and uncovered two errors worth thousands of votes each on Saturday. As The Daily Wire reports:

Nov 24 03:32

Trump Administration To Start Transition Process For Biden

The announcement from General Services Administration (GSA) Administrator Emily W. Murphy comes after House Democrats demanded earlier in the day to be briefed on

Nov 23 23:10

7 Things That Used to Be “Crazy Conspiracy Theories” Until 2020 Happened

Remember in the old days of, say, 2019, when anyone who talked about microchips, travel papers, and re-education camps was thought to be a crazy conspiracy theorist? And then 2020 rolled around proving AT LEAST 7 of those theories weren't so crazy after all.

Nov 23 19:31

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Mail-In/Absentee Ballots with No Dates or Handwritten Name/Address Can be Counted

The Pennsylvania State Supreme Court has once again shown its contempt for a free and fair election.

Nov 23 19:23

7 Things That Used To Be “Crazy Conspiracy Theories” Until 2020 Happened

Remember back in the old days of, say, 2019, when anyone who talked about microchip implants, Americans being forced to show travel papers, and re-education camps was thought to be a crazy conspiracy theorist? And then 2020 rolled around and voila! It turns out those conspiracy theories weren’t so “crazy” after all.

Nov 23 19:19

America’s Economy Cannot Survive Another Lockdown, And The Cult Of The Reset Knows It

The U.S. economy has been on the verge of collapse for at least a decade, ever since the crash of 2008 and the subsequent explosion in fiat stimulus from the Federal Reserve. While the mainstream media has always claimed that central bankers “saved” us from another Great Depression, what they actually did was set us up for a far worse scenario — a stagflationary implosion of our society.

Nov 23 16:16

They Would Never Steal an Election…

But, no, they would never, never stoop so low as to steal a presidential election. Perish the thought!

Nov 23 16:06

The Left’s Way: Violence, Fraud and Intimidation

Regardless of the final outcome in Michigan, what we have seen there is the essence of the hard left’s approach. This is exactly the way they take over governments and countries. It is never done in an honest, transparent way, but through lies, intimidation, blackmail and violence.

Nov 23 15:26

Mayor’s Statement on Shooting in ‘Gun-Free’ Mall the Definition of Insanity

If only violent criminals would behave themselves! If only wishes came true! -- Such “thinking” is worse than childish, it’s delusional. Not that McBride believes it. He’s just following an M.O. that’s allowed him to fool enough of the people enough of the time to gain political power in an area with a critical mass of useful idiots: Telling them what they want to hear.

Nov 23 15:20

Gun Grabbers Demand Unprecedented “Executive Actions”

Although the outcome of the presidential election has yet to be certified – and with recounts, lawsuits, and investigations ongoing – gun control advocates are wasting no time cozying up to Joe Biden, and demanding his “executive action” to restrict access to firearms.

Nov 23 13:43

Epik Update on PayPal Acceptance

As many will now already know, PayPal has been on an active campaign deplatforming and terminating the services of tens of thousands of US companies, individuals and organizations. In a time of COVID that has already amassed incredible financial hardships, their direct actions are impacting millions of people around the world, and disrupting lives with no provocation or warning. PayPal has been locking down accounts, seizing funds for six months with no prior notice, and would seem to be targeting the domaining community in particular. For the organizations we’ve seen impacted, PayPal has also gone after the personal accounts of staff members, and seized them as well with no justification or reason given.

Nov 23 13:40

Brown University Cultural Leftists Demand Destruction of Classical Roman Emperor Statues on Campus

Left-wing racial ideologues at Brown University in Rhode Island are demanding that the school destroy two classical statues of iconic Roman emperors, claiming that the works of art represent “white supremacy.”

Amanda Brynn, Justin Han, Sam Kimball, Junaid Malik, Olivia Mayeda, and Kelley Tackett, six undergraduate students affiliated with “Decolonization at Brown,” are demanding that the school destroy two classical-style statues of Roman emperors Augustus Caesar and Marcus Aurelius.

They claim in a blog post that the statues “were brought to our campus with the goals of upholding the ideal of the ‘perfect’ white form, white civilization, white supremacy and colonialism — ideas that we believe are incompatible with Brown today.”

“This is not just about monuments. It is also about the kinds of people and histories that students at Brown today are taught to idealize.”

Nov 23 12:26

Shanghai links two of latest virus cases to cargo container from abroad (North America)

SHANGHAI/BEIJING, Nov 23 (Reuters) - The first of Shanghai’s latest coronavirus infections emerged in airport cargo handlers who cleaned a container that arrived on a flight from North America, city officials said on Monday, as it battles a surge of cases among airport workers.

The news comes as aviation data provider Variflight flagged cancellation of more than 40% of Monday’s flights at the Chinese business hub’s Pudong airport, one of the world’s busiest and a key gateway for international flights during the pandemic.An airport cargo handler figured in a case reported on Nov. 9, and a colleague in another case reported on Nov. 10, after both together entered and cleaned the container on Oct. 30, said Sun Xiaodong, an official of Shanghai’s disease control centre.

Neither was wearing a mask at the time.

“Research at home and abroad has shown coronavirus could live in enclosed, damp environments,” Sun told a news conference.

Nov 23 12:15

The great electric car divide: Most new charging points are installed in London and the south east and 46 areas have less than 10 per 100,000 people

London and the south-east have 8,304 of the UK’s 19,487 chargers in their areas
It is despite 18.1million residents - just 27.1% of the UK populace - living there
Hartlepool and Birmingham have less than 10 chargers per 100,000 people

Nov 23 12:13

The great electric car divide: Most new charging points are installed in London and the south east and 46 areas have less than 10 per 100,000 people

London and the south-east have 8,304 of the UK’s 19,487 chargers in their areas
It is despite 18.1million residents - just 27.1% of the UK populace - living there
Hartlepool and Birmingham have less than 10 chargers per 100,000 people

Nov 23 12:10

Covid-19 infections drop 28% in a week as UK records 15,450 cases and 206 deaths - while official data shows Kent and Hull are England's new hotspots most at risk of Tier 3 next month

There were 15,450 new cases of disease in last 24 hours, a fall of 28% on the 21,363 recorded last Monday
The 206 deaths today are down slightly from the 213 a week ago, mark a dramatic fall from yesterday's 398

Nov 23 12:09

Chinese man is tied up in a cage and thrown into a river after 'being caught in bed with his mistress'

The alleged cheating husband in China was caught naked in bed with a woman
Shocking footage shows the wailing man being tied up in a cage by a mob of men
He is said to be in stable condition while police have detained four suspects

Nov 23 12:08

Tanks for nothing: Israeli tank nearly crushes soldier guiding it onto transporter as it accelerates and flips onto its back

Israeli tanker was filmed crashing off a transporter in the Jordan Valley
Footage shows the tanker mounting the transporter before accelerating
Video taken from a different angle shows how the tanker drove over the edge

Nov 23 12:06

Run, panda, run! Amusing footage shows wild bear 'sprinting' uphill in a Chinese village

Funny footage shows the athletic panda running fast on a slope in Ya'an, China
It was filmed by a villager who bumped into the bear while strolling in the wild
The panda stopped briefly to look at the local before carrying on with its sprint

Nov 23 11:48

Germany will require companies to put women executives on their boards

London (CNN Business)Germany's coalition government has agreed to a mandatory quota for women on the boards of listed companies in what's being hailed as a landmark moment for Europe's biggest economy.

Nov 23 11:48

As COVID-19 Surges, LA County Shuts Down All Outdoor Restaurant Dining

Workers at a restaurant doing outdoor seating Wonho Frank Lee
Public health officials have announced that outdoor dining at restaurants across Los Angeles County will shut down on Wednesday, November 25. The modification of the county’s public health order was announced on Sunday, November 22, and takes effect on Wednesday at 10 p.m., after which restaurants will only be able to offer takeout meals or delivery. During this period, there will be no on-site dining of any kind, indoors or out, for at least three weeks.

Nov 23 11:41

New Book Exposes History and Money Behind the Transgender Lobby

An upcoming book from Antelope Hill provides meticulously sourced insight into the corrupt institutions and wealthy financiers that have created and imposed the inorganic transgender movement on the West and beyond.

In The Transgender Industrial-Complex, a copy of which was provided to National Justice for review, author Scott Howard provides over 400 pages of mostly unknown names and groups who, largely over the last 20 years, have used their money to fund phony science, corrupt law, judges and politicians, disseminate disinformation, and organize often thuggish and violent activism to force mostly English-speaking liberal democracies to seriously debate whether men can get pregnant or children should be allowed to choose to take drugs and have irreversible “gender affirmation surgeries.”

Those who disagree on the grounds of ethics or science are marked for destruction.

Nov 23 11:41

Third Major COVID-19 Vaccine Up To 90% Effective, Trial Results Show

“These findings show that we have an effective vaccine that will save many lives,” said Oxford University professor Andrew Pollard, who served as the lead investigator for the drug’s trials. “Because the vaccine can be stored at fridge temperatures, it can be distributed around the world using the normal immunization distribution system. And so our goal … to make sure that we have a vaccine that was accessible everywhere, I think we’ve actually managed to do that.”

Nov 23 11:40

TSA Says More People Flew Sunday Than On Any Other Day Since March 16

A total of 1,047,934 were screened by TSA on Sunday, still half of the number who were screened on the same day in 2019, but the most since March 16, when the coronavirus really ramped up.

Nov 23 11:36

Shocking moment keen amateur golfer SHATTERS the windshield of a passing car while practicing his golf swing – and the cringey confrontation as he apologises to the furious driver

Man practicing golf in backyard at Cabarita Beach, in northern New South Wales
Footage shows man's friend telling him to go ahead and practice his golf skills
The ball then ball lands on an oncoming truck shattering its front windshield

Nov 23 11:34

Alan Dershowitz says 'legal, constitutional paths' to 2020 presidential election exist for Trump

Alan Dershowitz, legal scholar and famed criminal defense attorney, believes President Donald Trump has at least two or three potential constitutional paths to securing the 2020 presidential election.

Nov 23 11:32

Thousands gathered for a secret, massive wedding ceremony in Brooklyn — and Gov. Cuomo is livid about it

A report over the weekend revealed that thousands of Hasidic Jews gathered for a secret, massive wedding in New York City earlier in this month.

Nov 23 11:30

Trump Jr. Warns Georgia Voters To Ignore Activists Encouraging Them Not To Vote In Senate Races: ‘That is NONSENSE’

Monday morning, responding to calls from some Trump supporters for Georgia GOP voters to refuse to show up for the two U.S.

Nov 23 10:41

Gov. Newsom And Family Go Into Isolation Following COVID-19 Exposure

“Late Friday evening, @JenSiebelNewsom and I learned that 3 of our children had been exposed to an officer from the California Highway Patrol who had tested positive for COVID-19,” the Democrat wrote on Twitter early Monday morning. “Jen and I had no direct interaction with the officer and wish them a speedy recovery.”

Nov 23 10:39

DHS officials warn illegal border crossings are surging in anticipation of Biden presidency

Homeland Security officials warned recently they are already seeing a surge in illegal border crossings at the United States southern border

Nov 23 10:39

Horowitz: A severely symptomatic lie about asymptomatic spread

The American people were very patient in March as novel and irrational theories were posited regarding the uniqueness of SARS-CoV-2

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