Donald Trump on Thursday issued an executive order giving TikTok’s owners ByteDance until 15 September to sell their US operations. The move was preceded by months of discussions over whether TikTok can spy on American users for the Chinese government, something the company denies.
Professional psychologist and Clemson University lecturer Jo Jorgensen was confirmed as a presidential nominee from the Libertarian Party in May, and is running on a platform advocating lesser state involvement in the economy and public affairs. But some unusual circumstances have recently prevented her from taking part in a campaign event.
As plans to transfer Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun’s mummy to the new Grand Egyptian Museum from his tomb in Luxor surfaced in May 2020, many feared the disturbance of Tutankhamun’s resting place could trigger the legendary “curse of the pharaohs”.
Previous research suggested the heliosphere, a giant bubble around the Sun and its planets, including Earth, has a long tail, similar to that of a comet.
Seagulls are known for constantly being hungry and their ability to stomach all sorts of stuff but their sourcing of food is more interesting, as they are also described as highly skilled food snatchers around various restaurants and food carts.
While elephants all seem adorable, with their innocent eyes and trunks, they are also loyal, quick to spot a threat and make a call to protect their friends. A viral video assures that elephants are the kind of friends who have your back.
More than 284,000 new coronavirus cases have been reported worldwide over the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of people who have caught the disease to 19.1 million, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Saturday.
As of 8 August, the United Kingdom has registered almost 310,000 novel coronavirus cases and more than 46,500 fatalities related to the disease, the National Health Ministry data shows.