As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to take its toll on the world, Johns Hopkins University’s (JHU) coronavirus tracker has revealed that all but four US states have raging outbreaks with steady or rising case counts, despite efforts to curb the spread of the respiratory illness.
A new report by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) shows that more member nations are increasing their defense budgets to reach the alliance’s spending goals, but Germany, which has attracted US President Donald Trump’s ire, has yet to do so.
Voters in Alaska, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Florida on Tuesday received threatening emails supposedly sent by the Proud Boys, a far-right group, telling them to vote for US President Donald Trump.
Five environmental groups, represented by attorneys from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Oregon, filed a lawsuit against the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Tuesday for using tear gas against protesters in Portland, Oregon.
There have been attempts on the life of US presidents and presidential candidates before. Presidents Abraham Lincoln in 1865, James Garfield in 1881, William McKinley in 1901, and John F. Kennedy in 1963 were shot dead. Democratic candidate Robert Kennedy was shot dead In 1968, and Ronald Reagan was shot and wounded in 1981.
The person who reportedly spotted the alleged creature argued that the area in which the sighting took place is "completely closed to the public" and thus "there would be absolutely no one there".
The Movement For Socialism (MAS) scored an impressive victory in Bolivia this Sunday with former finance minister and presidential candidate Luis Arce beating his right-wing contenders by a huge margin. Bolivian journalist Alberto Echazu and Argentine author Gonzalo Fiore Viani discuss what could happen next.
The global death toll from the coronavirus infection has topped 1.123 million, over 40.7 million cases of the infection have been detected, and over 27.7 million people have recovered , according to Baltimore, Maryland's Johns Hopkins University, which tracks and compiles data from national and local authorities, the media and other sources.