A lawsuit filed by a woman from Millville, New Jersey, claimed that she and her daughter "continue to suffer severe emotional distress, shock and mental anguish" after discovering "a brown substance all over the wrapper of the burger" from McDonald's. The substance was alleged to be human feces.
US President Joe Biden has pledged to seek an end to all death sentences for federal death row inmates, though he has yet to spell out how. Forty percent of federal death row inmates are Black, compared to just 13% of the general US population.
It’s fair to say that at the ending of the “Game of Thrones” series, viewers were left wanting more from the storyline, as show creators appeared to cram in details and rush character development, among other issues. While the audience won’t get a redo for that show, they may get better results with an upcoming prequel series.
SpaceX’s ongoing Starship initiative is meant to one day be used as a means to transport astronauts for future manned missions to the Earth’s moon and - possibly - to Mars. Elon Musk, the company’s founder, previously indicated that the Starship prototype will reach orbit sometime in 2022.
Former senior US diplomats were outraged after the Trump administration recognized Morocco’s claim to rule Western Sahara, a non-self-governing territory formerly colonized by Spain, since the UN has long promised to oversee an independence referendum there.
You never know in what circumstances life can put you and what skills may be required to wiggle out. An elderly man ‘rescued’ himself and his soulmate from a care facility using his experience with Morse code; the process of encrypting sequences of dots and dashes, requiring exceptional concentration and timing.
Facebook's independent Oversight Board on Wednesday upheld the social media platform's decision to restrict then-US President Donald Trump's posting privileges on January 7 - one day after the Capitol riot. Facebook has six months to review the suspension and put forward a response consistent with rules applied to other users of the platform.
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (SPSC) issued a memo in April urging individuals with kids and pets to stop using the Peloton's Tread+ treadmill. The safety commission's warning cited dozens of incidents in which children were injured - or in one case, killed - by the machine.