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May 07 11:15

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Issues New Title IX Rules To Protect Free Speech, Due Process for Accused Students

On Wednesday, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos formally announced the new rules related to Title IX—the federal statute that governs sexual misconduct in schools—thus completing a process that began more than a year ago, when the government first unveiled its proposed changes.

May 07 11:14

Native Americans Send Ireland $170 As 1845 Famine Aid, Ireland Gives Back By Fueling $2.9M COVID-19 Relief Fund In 2020

They say that people never forget kindness and generosity, especially if it comes at a time when nobody expected any. This time, 173 years have passed and people thought that now was the time to return the favor.

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May 07 11:14

Oregon's People...(Picture)

May 07 11:07

The world asks: How did Britain get it so wrong on coronavirus? International headlines show how UK is seen as 'a problem child' responsible for the 'biggest failure in a generation'

The world's media has lined up to savage Britain's coronavirus response this week after the UK's death toll surpassed Italy's to become the worst in Europe.
Headlines describe the UK as a 'the problem child of Europe' and the policies of Boris Johnson's government as 'the biggest failure in a generation'.

May 07 11:06

Death toll among NHS and healthcare staff hits 150: Tributes paid to frontline workers as number of coronavirus victims passes grim milestone

The figure is still likely to be lower than the true number of workers who've died
Boris Johnson to announce easing of Britain's lockdown restrictions on Sunday
More than 30,000 people across the UK have fallen victim to the killer infection

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May 07 11:02

They Want To Make "Social Distancing" A Permanent Part Of Our Lives

Humans are inherently social creatures, and that is never going to change. Within each one of us there is a fundamental need for connection with others, but now these coronavirus lockdowns have separated us from one another like never before. Thankfully, many states are now starting to end their lockdowns, but unfortunately this is definitely not the end for “social distancing”. Just as 9/11 greatly altered our society on a permanent basis, many of our social engineers now intend to make “social distancing” a permanent part of our lives. If they have their way, there will be written or unwritten rules about how close you can get to other people virtually everywhere that you go.

May 07 11:02

'Insulting Resolution': Trump Vetoes Congressional Measure Curbing Military Action Against Iran

US President Donald Trump has vetoed a bill that would have reined in his power to unilaterally make war against Iran. The bill was passed by lawmakers after the White House's January decision to assassinate a leading Iranian general without notifying Congress, bringing the region to the brink of war.

In March, federal lawmakers passed a resolution amending the War Powers Act of 1973 by requiring the president to obtain Congressional approval before ordering military actions against other states.

"Congress should not have passed this resolution," the White House said in a Wednesday news release on Trump's behalf announcing the veto decision.

"This was a very insulting resolution, introduced by Democrats as part of a strategy to win an election on November 3 by dividing the Republican Party," the statement read. "The few Republicans who voted for it played right into their hands."

May 07 11:01

Captured Mercenary Admits Plans to Kidnap Venezuela's Maduro, Take Him to US on Plane

The Venezuelan military thwarted an attempted naval invasion by heavily-armed mercenaries coming from Colombia on Sunday morning, neutralizing multiple fighters and capturing at least two US nationals among them. More mercenaries have surrendered in the days since.

Venezuelan television has broadcast footage of the confession of Silvercorp USA mercenary Luke Alexander Denman, one of the US citizens captured in the aftermath of Sunday's botched raid. According to the mercenary, the plan was to kidnap Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, get him on a plane and take him back to the United States for prosecution.

Speaking to his interrogator, Denman explained that the mission was "to meet Venezuelans in Colombia, train them and come with them to Venezuela to secure Caracas and secure an airport here for follow-on."

"The instructions that I received...was to ensure that we took control of the airport for safe passage of Maduro," he says later in the interview.

May 07 11:01

Israeli Police Compile Car Movement Info in Massive Secret Database, Report Claims

The project, known as the 'Hawk-Eye' program, was said to have begun secret operations in 2014, collecting data on Israeli-owned vehicles by using smart cameras distributed across all parts of the Middle Eastern country.

Israel’s police forces are gathering a huge secret database on the movement of cars belonging to Israeli citizens, including those not suspected of any wrongdoing, across the country without clear oversight, The Times of Israel reported on Wednesday, citing a local news outlet.

According to the report, police collect video of cars recorded by means of smart LPR cameras capable of identifying license plates to determine whether the vehicle is stolen or if its driver’s license is expired.

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May 07 11:00

US Defense Chief: USS Kidd COVID-19 Outbreak May Have Started During Counternarcotics Operation

US Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Tuesday told reporters that the novel coronavirus outbreak aboard the Navy destroyer USS Kidd may have begun during a counterdrug mission the ship was carrying out while deployed in the Pacific.

"A theory is that they could've picked it up on a counterdrug mission where they pulled over a vessel possibly carrying drugs and they boarded the vessel and may have come in contact with somebody carrying the virus there," Esper told reporters, referring to a counterdrug mission near Central America.

The Kidd was deployed with the USS Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group in January but was later rerouted to the eastern Pacific for counternarcotics missions in US Southern Command.

May 07 11:00

Government by billionaires? Cuomo names former Google CEO to join Gates & Bloomberg in drafting post-pandemic ‘reforms’

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has appointed ex-Google CEO Eric Schmidt to lead a panel on post-pandemic “reform” of health and education systems, despite criticism for taking other billionaires with conflicts of interest on board.

Schmidt will head a ‘Blue Ribbon Commission’ tasked with “reimagining” New York's existing systems of healthcare and education, Cuomo announced on Wednesday during his daily coronavirus briefing. The decision to place such power in the hands of another unelected billionaire has riled critics already uneasy about the governor's post-Covid-19 plans.

May 07 10:59

Gutfeld on Gov. Cuomo and the nursing home scandal

May 07 10:58

Tucker: Policymakers just can't stop breaking coronavirus rules

May 07 10:58

Pro-Abortion Actress Rages on Ellen: Parents Who Won't 'Transition' Kids Feel They Are 'Disposable’

On Ellen DeGeneres’s daytime talk show Monday, the liberal comedian brought on celebrity couple, actress Gabrielle Union and retired NBA star Dwyane Wade, to praise them for their “supportive” decision to “transition” their pre-teen son into a girl. Along the way, the host and actress had some harsh words for parents who don’t share their same trendy views on parenting.

Although Wade appeared later in the show, Union began the interview talking with Ellen. While lavishing praise on the couple’s decision to let their 12-year-old change genders, DeGeneres encouraged the actress to bash less woke parents as heartless monsters who don’t really love their kids.

May 07 10:56

Tables at Europe’s finest restaurants, seats at La Scala & top West End shows – post-Covid-19 life’s looking fine & dandy

As we experience a frisson of excitement at soon being set free from lockdown, summer 2020 may yet prove to be a winner for those willing to venture out and savour the opportunities that exist in our ‘new normal’ world.

From the Highlands to Heraklion, people thought summer 2020 was going to be effectively cancelled, with many understandably hesitant about leaving their homes for a holiday abroad where they could be expected to endure the Mediterranean heat while sitting in a plexiglass box on an Italian beach, like a specimen in a museum.

But for those willing to brave the big, still largely deserted, outside, there are some fantastic opportunities beckoning, notwithstanding the demands of social distancing. It’s time to start work on that hedonist’s bucket list you’ve always promised yourself. The post Covid-19 one. Using all the money you’ve saved by not paying your mortgage, or commuting to work, or buying posh sandwiches from Pret.

May 07 10:56

‘Don’t teach us from your beautiful villas’: Social media slams celebs urging AGAINST return to normality after Covid-19

A group of renowned showbiz stars and Nobel Prize recipients, warned against prioritizing Covid-19 over the “ecological disaster.” The internet, however, fired back, accusing them of talking down to working-class people.

Juliette Binoche, one of France’s best-loved film stars, teamed up with astrophysicist Aurelien Barrau to issue yet another call to the world. Published by Le Monde newspaper, it features over 200 signatories, including actors Monica Bellucci, Cate Blanchett and Robert De Niro, singers Ricky Martin and Madonna, and over a dozen Nobel Prize laureates in physics and chemistry.

May 07 10:55

Covid-19 serial killer: By day he clapped for nurses, but by night illegal migrant butchered Barcelona’s homeless

The coronavirus pandemic has officially recorded its first bona fide serial killer with the arrest of a Barcelona football fan who went on a sickening random killing spree during the lockdown in the heart of Catalonia.

Even at a quick first glance, the illegal Brazilian immigrant – dressed in a Barcelona FC cap and black leather mittens – has the eerie demeanour of a psychopath in new footage that has emerged.

In a twisted irony, Thiago Lages can be seen here participating, albeit half-heartedly, in the nightly ritual of applauding healthcare workers risking their lives on the frontline in Spain. But there was certainly nothing half-hearted about the coldblooded killing spree he went on during the Covid-19 pandemic.

May 07 10:54

Europe again needs Washington to rescue it

While most of the world is engaged in the fight against the immediate fallout of the pandemic, analysts are trying to determine what the long-term consequences will look like and how to tackle them. The search for leaders of constructive reforms has been an important part of the conversation. At the same time, heads of government and leaders of international organizations have been undergoing intensive scrutiny.

The World Health Organization is generally considered to have failed the pandemic exam. The head of this UN agency is facing harsh accusations of tardiness, taking China’s side and spreading its narrative. The United States has already reacted and put on hold its financial support of WHO. Similar calls have started to emerge in Europe.

May 07 10:53

Video: US Air Force’s B-1B Bombers Make 24-Hour Flight for Live-Fire Drills Near Russian Border

Two of the US Air Force’s B-1B Lancer supersonic bombers flew from South Dakota to the Baltics to participate in NATO drills earlier this week, including live-fire drills just miles from the Russian border. It was just the latest globetrotting flight by the heavily overworked planes in recent weeks.

‘No Target is Too Far Away’

Earlier this week, two Lancers flying from Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota paid a visit to the Baltic Sea for drills with several NATO partners, according to a Wednesday news release by US Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa. While the release gave no duration for the flight, Estonian Public Broadcasting reported it was a 24-hour round trip.

May 07 10:49

Covid-19 has damaged the trust Canadians have in their American neighbours, while U.S. residents collectively have more faith in their northern counterparts than they do in themselves, a new online poll suggests.

COVID-19 has damaged the trust Canadians have in their American neighbours, while U.S. residents collectively have more faith in their northern counterparts than they do in themselves, a new online poll suggests.

May 07 10:49

Revealed: Amazon told workers paid sick leave law doesn't cover warehouses

Amazon workers in southern California’s industrial heartland say the company’s policies are forcing sick employees to work and that warehouses are refusing to comply with a state paid sick leave law meant to prevent Covid-19 outbreaks.

May 07 10:48

Ambulance workers are blasted over TikTok coffin dance with coronavirus 'patient' that became online hit

Ambulance workers have been slammed as inappropriate over a TikTok 'coffin dance' video that went viral.
The footage, posted on social media app on Tuesday shows a man apparently unwell, coughing in the back of an ambulance, startling workers who were reaching for life-saving PPE.

May 07 10:47

Airbnb landlord looks on in horror as doorbell CCTV shows 12 revellers sneaking into his flat for drink-and drugs lockdown party

An Airbnb landlord was shocked to discover 12 revellers had snuck into his flat for a drink-and-drugs lockdown party on CCTV doorbell footage.

May 07 10:43

Fox News: Schiff in Panic Mode

May 07 10:41

NASA confirms Tom Cruise is filming a movie in space

It’s not just a pleasure Cruise.

Tom Cruise is actually going to film a movie in space, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine confirmed Tuesday.

May 07 10:26

Finally some good news (Picture)

May 07 10:21

On Virginia-Tennessee border, one side is now open for business while the other is still on lockdown

A tale of two cities?

by Salena Zito
May 03, 2020 05:18 PM

BRISTOL, Tennessee/Virginia state line — Joe Deel is behind the chrome-trimmed turquoise counter of his legendary diner, The Burger Bar, working with his wife Kayla, daughter Emily, and sous chef Corey Young; they can see people going in for lunch at the State Line Bar and Grill just across the street from them less than 50 yards away in Tennessee.

But their round, black-topped stools in Virginia remain as empty as they were nearly two months ago when the coronavirus first shut down the country.


May 07 10:18

Mysterious illness that spread among Sundance Film Festival attendees sparks early coronavirus speculation

A mysterious wave of nasty illnesses among people who went to the Sundance Film Festival this year has led to speculation over whether it was coronavirus that made attendees sick.

May 07 10:17

Amazon makes $10,000 per second as shoppers shelter in place

Amazon recorded sales of $75.4 billion in the first three months of the year, a first-quarter record for the ecommerce giant, as many consumers stepped up their online purchases during coronavirus-fueled lockdowns.

May 07 10:16

Carbon emissions from the MOON are forcing scientists to question the theory that it was formed in a collision between the Earth and 'wandering planet' Theia

Carbon emissions from the moon are making scientists question the theory that our dusty rock was formed in a collision between Earth and the 'wandering planet' Theia.
Readings from a Japanese spacecraft found traces of carbon and volatile water in lunar gases, which show the moon is emitting carbon ions from its surface.

May 07 10:16

Coronavirus may be spread by SEX: Study finds the killer virus in semen samples from men recovering from the illness

Coronavirus could be spread through sex, experts now fear after they detected the infection in the semen of recovering men.
Researchers in China analysed semen samples from 38 men who tested positive for COVID-19. Some had recovered while others were infectious.

May 07 10:15

'Stay Safe, Save Lives' replaces 'Stay Home' slogan as Boris Johnson eases lockdown from Monday with exercise limit lifted and picnics and rural trips allowed in new five-step roadmap

Boris Johnson is preparing to begin loosening draconian lockdown rules on Monday with a five-step plan to save the economy - as the government drops its 'Stay at Home' message.
The shape of the 'new reality' Britons face is starting to emerge, with curbs on outdoor activities set to be eased and businesses encouraged to find ways to get back up and running amid social distancing rules.

May 07 10:14

'We want people to EARN their pay packet': Boris Johnson dodges whether Rishi Sunak plans to 'slash government furlough support to 60pc of salary and reduce cap from July'

Workers need to be freed from furlough and allowed to go back to work safely to 'earn their pay packets', Boris Johnson said today amid anger over plans to 'wind down' the Government's wage support scheme.
The Prime Minister spoke out following reports Chancellor Rishi Sunak will next week announce how he intends to reduce the scale of the furlough scheme with a view to eventually scrapping it.

May 07 10:07

Donald Trump's Personal Attendant Reportedly Tests Positive for Coronavirus

A White House spokesperson was quick to address the news, saying that both the president and the vice president had tested negative for COVID-19.

One of US President Donald Trump's valets, which are members of an elite military unit serving the POTUS, tested positive for the coronavirus on 6 May, CNN reported, citing sources. The president has reportedly been notified of the matter and was "upset" by the news, the broadcaster added.

The report was partially confirmed by a White House spokesperson, who said that a member of Trump's team had indeed tested positive, without specifying their identity or position. In a statement, the White House said that both Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have since tested negative for the coronavirus.

May 07 09:07

Bizarre iron-shelled snail that lives in underwater volcanoes and can endure searingly high temperatures and pressures draws in minerals from the environment to reinforce its scaly 'armour', genetic analysis reveals

The scaly-foot snail (Chrysomallon squamiferum) survives in what researchers have called the 'impossible living conditions' of underwater volcanic vents.

Enduring searing temperatures, high pressure, strong acidity and low oxygen, it is the only living creature known to incorporate iron into its skeleton.

May 07 09:05

White man who chased and shot dead unarmed black jogger Ahmaud Arbery with his son is an ex-cop whose law enforcement links caused two prosecutors to recuse themselves - as victim's mom says police are protecting him because 'he is one of them'

One of the white men filmed chasing unarmed black jogger Ahmaud Arbery then shooting him dead in a viral video is a retired police detective and district attorney's investigator whose law enforcement links have caused two prosecutors to recuse themselves from the controversial case.

May 07 09:05

Robert De Niro says he’d play Gov. Cuomo in a coronavirus movie: ‘He’s doing what a president should do’

One of New York’s most prominent actors would want to portray Gov. Cuomo if there were to be a movie about the coronavirus pandemic.

May 07 09:04

Repurposing existing drugs to treat COVID-19 will allow scientists to tackle the coronavirus pandemic more rapidly than by developing a vaccine, researchers claim

Repurposing existing drugs to treat COVID-19 will allow scientists to tackle the pandemic more rapidly than by developing a vaccine, researchers have claimed.
Any effective vaccine will take over a year to be developed and manufactured in enough quantities to tackle the coronavirus pandemic on a large scale, the team argued.

May 07 09:03

Council is accused of wasting taxpayers money by painting 'Thank you NHS' messages on roads to 'earn brownie points' instead of fixing potholes

A council has been accused of 'wasting taxes' and trying to earn 'brownie points' by painting a 'thank you NHS' messages on a busy road instead of attending to its potholes.
Swindon Borough Council took to social media to reveal that its Highways Team had painted a thank you message to NHS staff in an effort to show the council's 'debt of gratitude' to the key workers helping fight the pandemic on the frontline.

May 07 09:02

Anonymous $200,000 Donation Helps Asheville Restaurant Feed the Hungry for Free

Feeding the hungry is nothing new for Flori Pate, co-founder of Food Connection in Asheville, North Carolina.
Pate and her crew rescue unused food from restaurants and festivals and deliver it to those in need. But ever since the state shuttered dining rooms in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, the organization’s food supply has dropped significantly.

May 07 08:19

The man behind Sweden's no-lockdown approach says the country's high death toll 'really came as a surprise'

The scientist leading Sweden's coronavirus response said recently that the country's high death toll was not a part of the no-lockdown trade-off and that it "came as a surprise."

May 07 08:18

Italy will give 600,000 illegal migrants the right to stay after government said they proved essential caring for elderly and picking crops during coronavirus crisis

Migrants have worked in fields across the country to protect vital food supplies
The permits won't give migrants the right to vote but will be valid for six months
100,000 Romanian pickers who usually travel to Italy every year cannot fly over

May 07 08:18

Wisconsin says, due to lockdown, it will give driver's licenses to teens without making them take a road test

The nationwide coronavirus lockdown has stopped Americans from doing a lot of things — shopping, hitting the theaters, going to church, working — but in Wisconsin it will not stop teenagers from getting their driver's licenses.

May 07 08:15

1,560 COVID-19 cases are now linked to a Cargill slaughterhouse in Alberta — a look inside into North America’s largest single coronavirus outbreak

Hiep Bui spent 23 years at the Cargill meat-packing plant in southern Alberta — picking out bones from ground beef in a refrigerated room.
The 67-year-old was one of around 2,000 workers at the plant, located near the town of High River, south of Calgary.

May 07 07:54

Serve and Protect; Time to draw the line - Observation Deck #WTSD

I hope this short video acts as a catalyst for other uniformed personnel if they are serving police officers or in the military to consider their own moral values and question the orders.

If not, those who they wish to protect are being placed in peril at the hands of those who have forgotten the idea that any society can and does have domestic enemies.

I ask those of you in uniform to not allow the few who answer only to their shareholders, who profit from the suffering of others, to draw the line, to avoid conflict with those you swore an oath to protect.

Without your help and support, these domestic enemies cannot divide the nation and without your help and support for the people of this nation, we will undoubtedly slip into an abyss from which there will be no return...

May 07 07:47

Retired Kansas farmer gets honorary degree after his touching gesture toward NYC medical professionals

Dennis Ruhnke, a retired farmer from Kansas, has been awarded an honorary degree from Kansas State University after his gesture toward New York City medical professionals went viral last month.

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May 07 07:47

Activists Pressure Los Angeles To Seize Hotels For The Homeless

Back in early April, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Project Roomkey, an initiative to use local and federal funds to check homeless people into empty hotels amidst the coronavirus pandemic. But over a month later, homeless activists in Los Angeles, the state’s largest city, have grown impatient with the city’s slow progress.

May 07 07:34

The AMOUNT of coronavirus you get infected with decides how severe the illness is, SAGE scientist warns

People exposed to a higher dose of coronavirus are more likely to fall critically ill, a scientist part of Number 10's SAGE panel has warned.
Professor Lucy Yardley, from the University of Bristol, sounded the alarm today, saying evidence shows 'viral load' plays a big role in how sick someone will become.

May 07 07:30

Mummy of a teenage girl dripping in expensive jewellery that may have been her bridal dowry is found inside a 3,500-year-old wooden coffin near Luxor in Egypt

The mummified remains of the 15 or 16 year old girl were found in an 'abandoned coffin' near Luxor in Egypt
The girl found in the coffin lived 3,500 years ago and was lying in a coffin carved from a sycamore tree trunk

May 07 06:18

After quarantine ends(Picture)

May 07 06:12

Pastors, business owners, and local leaders in a small Georgia city have joined forces to keep the city closed even as the state reopens

Businesses in a small city in Georgia remain closed and people continue to stay at home even after Gov. Brian Kemp rescinded the state's stay-at-home order for most residents and allowed some non-essential businesses to reopen statewide.
According to USA Today, local leaders, business owners, and religious leaders in Albany, Georgia have banded together to keep businesses closed even as the state relaxes its stay-at-home order.

May 07 06:07

Pret A Manger will reopen 71 more stores for takeaway and delivery from Monday after successful trial

Pret A Manger is set to reopen 71 more stores for takeaway and delivery from May 11 after a successful trial.

May 07 05:28

Corona Emergency Hearing #4: Dr. Rashid Buttar & Dr. Judy Mikovits

International Tribunal for Natural Justice
On the 28th April, 2020, Dr Rashid A. Buttar, DO, FAAPM, FACAM, FAAIM and Dr. Judy Mikovits, Molecular Biologist, gave testimony to the ITNJ Commission of Inquiry into Weaponisation of the Biosphere.

May 07 05:17

D.C. Bee Expert: ‘Everyone Should Chill The Hell Out’ About ‘Murder Hornets’

A D.C. bee expert is advising people to “chill the hell out” over reports of so-called “murder hornets,” which originated in Japan and recently made their way to Washington state.

May 07 05:16

Texas Attorney General tells 'out of touch' judge he 'abused his authority' by jailing salon owner who opened her business despite stay-at-home orders 'so she could feed her kids'

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has called for a salon owner to be released from jail as he slams the judge who locked her up for violating the state's stay-at-home order.
Shelley Luther, the owner of Salon a la Mode in Dallas, appeared in court on Tuesday where she was sentenced to seven days behind bars and $7,000 - $500 for each day she opened her business' doors.

May 07 05:05

Cover Girl(Cartoon)

May 07 05:01

Here are the 10 states where COVID-19 dropped the fastest last week — and the 10 states that saw the biggest increases

President Donald Trump posted his "Opening Up America Again" guidelines on April 16 to give Americans an idea on when lockdown measures might begin to ease and to offer hope that an end was, indeed, in sight.

May 07 05:00

NY officials allowed COVID-positive workers to stay on the job at nursing homes — the facilities account for 25% of deaths in the state

New York state officials allowed nursing home workers, who had tested positive for the coronavirus but were asymptomatic carriers, to continue on the job at the facilities in the state throughout most of March and April.

May 07 04:50

Corruption is legal(11 Pics)