The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department announced the arrest of 25-year-old Hirotaka Hanamori for allegedly throwing sulfuric acid at another man and seriously injuring him at the Shirokane-takanawa Station on the Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line in Minato-ku, Tokyo. The victim, a 22-year-old man,  was apparently a student at Ryukyu University inContinue Reading

Commander of U.S. Central Command Gen. Frank McKenzie announced Thursday night local time that 12 U.S. service members were killed and 15 were wounded in attacks led by two suicide bombers and gunmen outside the Kabul International Airport and a nearby hotel earlier in the day. On Wednesday, the U.S. embassy atContinue Reading

The University of Wisconsin removed a 42-ton boulder from its Madison campus Friday after complaints from students who labeled the rock a symbol of racism. Chamberlin Rock, which had sat on Observatory Point since 1925, was named after Thomas Chamberlin, a geologist and former university president who served from 1887 toContinue Reading

Former President Barack Obama celebrated his 60th birthday on Saturday night, a party sparking a heightened divide between political parties and the wealthy elites and regular American citizens. Maskless guests, clearly not social distanced was excused away during a CNN as a “sophisticated vaccinated crowd” and the media ignored theContinue Reading

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published new data indicating that nearly three-fourths of people infected in a Massachusetts Covid-19 outbreak were fully vaccinated against the coronavirus with four of them ending up in the hospital. The new data, published in the U.S. agency’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, also foundContinue Reading

Australia’s military patrols Sydney, lockdowns spread across Brisbane and the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus has resulted in 305 new cases and 5 dead. Worldometers reported the most recent data from down under which included Chief Health Officer update: Victoria recorded 6 new COVID cases on 27,279 tests,Continue Reading

Iowa Republican Senator Chuck Grassley and Minnesota Democratic Senator Tina Smith announced today a bill that would combat the spread of foreign animal diseases entering the United States–it’s called The Healthy Dog Importation Act. The act would expand the U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services (USDA-APHIS) programContinue Reading

More than 1800 adolescents between 12 and 17 years old have already been vaccinated against COVID-19 in Madeira, according to the regional health authority. “We want to prioritize and want to speed up the vaccination process in this age group and vaccinate adolescents and young people as quickly as possible,”Continue Reading

California’s regulation has led to “Electricity Woes” as UK energy expert Colin Robinson noted their “law of increasing intervention” but the Golden State is now rolling back regulations and suspending the authoritarian environmental rules. Facing a 3,500 MW shortfall in power generation capacity to meet current peak demand, and predictingContinue Reading

The American Medical Association (AMA) said Monday that sex should be removed as a legal designation on the public part of birth certificates, reports WedMd. The AMA claims t can lead to discrimination and unnecessary burden on individuals whose current gender identity does not align with their designation at birth,Continue Reading

Team USA’s Gwen Berry vows to repeat her protest as she advanced to Tuesday’s finals in the women’s hammer throw. When asked what she might do on the podium if she wins a medal. “I haven’t given it much thought because it’s easy,” she said. “I’m going to represent, and that’sContinue Reading

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis  was joined by Florida parents, students, elected officials and community leaders as he called for a stop to school mask mandates, reinforcing that every parent should have the right to choose what is best for their child. “The federal government has no right to tell parents thatContinue Reading

Today, 21-year-old Tampa man, Terrance Lee Hester Jr. was sentenced to five years in federal prison for damaging or destroying by fire the Champs Sports store at 2301 East Fowler Avenue in Tampa. According to court documents, the events that led to Hester’s conviction occurred around midnight on May 31,Continue Reading