Sunday, May 24, 2020
WASHINGTON - The Trump administration has discussed whether to conduct the first U.S. nuclear test explosion since 1992 in a move that would have far-reaching consequences for relations with other nuclear powers and reverse a decades-long moratorium on such...
Two gunmen make good their escape yesterday afternoon around 15:00hrs after robbing a cellular phone store located on Regent Street.At the time of the incident, owner of Cellular Connection Gift and Variety Store, Wendy Seepersaud and four of her...
The US government has contingency plans in place in the event North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un should die after reports that his health was in grave condition.Sources discussed the plans but urged caution about the veracity of the reports,...
A Catholic exorcist and archbishop has claimed that demons can possess humans and make their eyes "black like a shark's" – among other gory details.Archbishop Ron Feyl-Enright talked about things he says he has witnessed as the chief exorcist...
(ITV) Surrey Police stopped the driver on the M25 on Tuesday. The force posted a tweet which read:An officer stopped a driver who was speeding on the #M25 at 130mph. His reply to why he was speeding was 'I...
Recently, a rumor that President Trump would impose martial law in response to the COVID-19 pandemic went viral. The story gained enough traction that the National Security Council stepped in to reassure the public it was fake. But Americans, used to dystopian films featuring government...
The Secret Service signed an "emergency order" this week to rent $45,000-worth of golf carts in the town of Sterling, Virginia, where President Trump has a golf course, The Washington Post reports. The 30-cart fleet, which the Secret Service is renting...
Stefan Jeremiah/ReutersThe New York Post obtained a memo sent out to New York City ambulance workers, advising them not bring cardiac-arrest patients to the hospital if they can't get a pulse at the scene. Such patients were previously brought...
A Welsh doctor’s office apologized this week after sending a letter to some of its more vulnerable patients, asking them to sign do not resuscitate forms amid the COVID-19 crisis so limited resources could be allocated “to the young and fit...
For the past two days, New Yorkers have been dying at a rate of one every 17 minutes, according to the latest grim citywide statistics.On both Thursday and Friday, another 84 people died in the city from the coronavirus,...

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