US President Donald Trump rejected the findings of an inspector general’s report on Monday, suggesting the report was politically biased, and he called the reporters who asked him about it “fake news.”
Aircraft maker Boeing announced temporary closures at its final remaining open plant on Monday, saying its South Carolina factory would be shuttered until further notice.
The call comes as the world struggles with a rapidly spreading virus pandemic which has so far infected over 1.3 million people around the globe, killing over 73,000. Iran is one of the countries hit hardest by COVID-19 and has been struggling to slow the outbreak, a task made more difficult as the nation is under severe US trade sanctions.
Earlier, the American Media Inc. (AMI) insisted that they had received information about Jeff Bezos' extramarital affair from Michael Sanchez, the brother of the Amazon CEO's new girlfriend, who was reportedly paid $200,000 for confidential texts and other information on the tryst.
NASA’s next Mars rover - named Perseverance - is undergoing final assembly and testing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida before its July launch date.
The Afghan Taliban militant group has warned that the peace deal signed with Washington in Doha, Qatar, is at severe risk by “repeated violations” of that agreement in the form of US airstrikes. However, the Pentagon has denied its responsibility for the attacks.
Commercial burglaries in New York City have increased by 75% since all of the city was placed under a state of emergency in March due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, according to the New York Police Department (NYPD).
The COVID-19 pandemic has shut large portions of the population in their homes, bringing about immense frustration that may understandably make a person say a curse word or two. In a congruent situation nearly 500 years ago, one individual in isolation from a plague wrote down the first ever recorded “F-bomb” amid boredom and frustration.