Sep 21 06:12

Real take off speed (Video)

Sep 21 06:12

Notorious 'vampire' catfish which crave blood and can swim up a man's URETHRA travel through the Amazon river by using larger host fish as 'water taxis', study finds

The vampire fish, or candiru is known for being a parasite, sucking the blood of larger fish, and in one unusual case, swimming up a person's urethra.

However, a new study suggests that this species of catfish lurches on to a larger host in order to traverse the difficult waters of the Amazon river.

Sep 21 06:12

Australian study finds drugs already in use to treat other diseases could be used to alleviate the symptoms of Alzheimer's

New findings from a Queensland medical research center has found existing medications can be used to treat Alzheimer's.

Sep 21 06:11

Girl power! Female elephants raised with older sisters live longer and reproduce two years earlier than those with brothers, study finds

A patch made from cow tissue that helps repair painful shoulder injuries is now available on the NHS.

Pam Lock, 43, a university lecturer from Bristol, was among the first UK patients to benefit, as she tells Richard Webber.

Sep 21 06:11

Protestors gather outside United Nations General Assembly to demand an end to 'vaccine apartheid' which sees poorer countries pushed to the back of the queue

Hundreds of people protested outside the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Monday over the slow rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine across the globe.

Sep 21 06:09

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Sep 21 06:09

Livestock feed stores are reporting shortages of ivermectin as many Americans buy up the anti-parasite drug and misuse it to treat Covid

Shortages of the veterinary version of the anti-parasite drug ivermectin are being reported by distributors and feed stores across the country because many people are misusing it to combat COVID-19.

Sep 21 06:07

More than HALF of companies are planning to impose COVID-19 vaccine mandates either to return to the office or to access common areas, survey finds

More than half of companies in the U.S. are planning to impose COVID-19 vaccine mandates on their employees by the end of the year, a new survey finds.

Sep 21 06:02

Insomnia. Headaches. Faulty hearts. Severe Covid... Just some of the diseases that could be helped by nerve zapper technology

What if there were a single treatment that could help heart disease and depression, insomnia and painful joints — even Covid-19.

In fact, some scientists believe such a remedy could be readily available on the NHS within the next few years, and it is already being rolled out for some conditions.

Sep 21 06:01

Prince Philip's study, exactly as he left it: Duke's neat and tidy private Buckingham Palace office filled with a wedding gift from George VI, a statuette of the Queen and carriage driving mementoes is glimpsed in BBC tribute

An upcoming documentary on the life of Prince Philip gives a rare glimpse inside the Duke's private study at Buckingham Palace, which remains exactly as he left it before his death.

The Duke of Edinburgh, who died in April at the age of 99, conducted his affairs from a private office that connects to the office of his private secretary.

Sep 21 05:53

Reinventing the deliciously female Jessica Rabbit is a step too far from the joyless revisionists who are destroying Disney

The news Jessica Rabbit is to be reimagined in a role “more relevant to today’s culture” confirms that common-sense has left the building at Disney, a company which now seems to focus more on virtue signalling than entertaining.

Okay, I have to admit to something that’s not exactly cool. Ready? I had a crush on a cartoon character when I was a teenager. It wasn’t Marge from The Simpsons. Nor Betty Rubble from The Flintstones. Nope.

It was Jessica Rabbit, from the late ’80s Disney flick ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’. Nightclub singer Jessica Rabbit was most definitely – voluptuously – female and, to my adolescent self, very, very sexy... er, for a drawing.

Sep 21 05:48

Celebs DO get different Covid rules: Los Angeles Department of Health insists Emmy awards ceremony didn't violate restrictions because is 'classed as a TV production and stars are considered performers'

The Los Angeles County Health Department has defended Sunday night's Emmy Awards amid criticism that stars were not wearing masks or social distancing - by claiming that the event was a TV production, with stars considered 'performers'.

Sep 21 05:46

Going through ship locks (Video)

Sep 21 05:46

Dow Jones closes down more than 600 points as Chinese real estate giant Evergrande teeters on the brink of collapse with debts of more than $300 BILLION and firm threatens top execs with 'severe punishment'

Wall Street plunged on Monday, with the Dow Jones closing down more than 600 points as as Chinese real estate giant Evergrande teetered on the brink of collapse with debts of more than $300 billion, prompting a broad sell-off and sending investors fleeing equities for safety.

Sep 21 05:45

EXCLUSIVE: John Kerry's Heinz ketchup heiress wife has millions of dollars in Chinese investments, leaving Biden's climate change envoy facing an ethical dilemma as he regularly meets with the country's top leaders to cut deals

Joe Biden's climate change envoy and former secretary of state John Kerry disclosed millions of dollars in Chinese investments held by his wife's family trust, government documents show.

Sep 21 05:44

Fresh appeal to find torso in the Thames killer: Detectives launch new probe to find murderer who decapitated five-year-old 'Adam' and slit his throat in voodoo ritual killing

A fresh appeal has been launched by police 20 years after the torso of a boy trafficked from Nigeria and possibly murdered in a ritualistic killing was found in the Thames.

Named 'Adam' by detectives, the boy aged five or six was wearing a pair of orange shorts and it is believed he was smuggled into the country via Germany.

Sep 21 05:43

Road-rage driver tailgates car before cutting in front of it and getting out to furiously confront motorist

A road rage driver has been caught on camera tailgating a car before cutting in front of it and getting out to confront the motorist.

Footage filmed on the A4093 between Tonyrefail and Gilfach Goch shows the driver of a red Ford Fiesta tailgating a black Toyota Aygo as it approaches a roundabout on a 60mph road.

Sep 21 05:43

'We are being bludgeoned with fear:' Longtime Michigan meteorologist is fired after he refuses to get vaccinated

A veteran Michigan weatherman was fired for refusing a COVID-19 shot, and said, 'We are being bludgeoned with fear’ by vaccine pushers.

Sep 21 05:40

Body of retired LA county cop, 87, is found in a freezer at California home where she lived with her daughter

The body of an 87-year-old retired cop has been found in a freezer at the California home she shared with her daughter, police say.

Sep 21 05:39

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Sep 21 05:38

Jay-Z's Team Roc is suing Kansas City police over alleged cover-ups of misconduct

Jay-Z's Team Roc organization on Monday sued the Kansas City Police Department over allegations they covered up instances of police misconduct.

Sep 21 05:36

Super-woke Ben & Jerry's releases Change is Brewing ice cream flavor in support of Cori Bush's $10 billion proposal to replace police with social workers in 'mental health and drug' emergencies

Ben & Jerry's is releasing a new ice cream flavor in support of a $10 billion bill by Rep. Cori Bush that would replace police officers with social workers and other first responders in incidents of mental health and substance abuse.

Sep 21 05:35

Why men live shorter? (Video)

Sep 21 05:35

Hundreds of California firefighters battle to protect ancient sequoia groves from raging wildfires - with world's largest tree General Sherman wrapped in aluminum foil blanket

Hundreds of firefighters were battling to protect several groves of giant sequoias in California, warning the enormous ancient trees were at risk from out-of-control blazes.

Sep 21 05:17

Russia WAS behind assassination of Alexander Litvinenko in London, European Court of Human Rights rules

Russia was responsible for the 2006 death of ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko who was poisoned with radioactive Polonium, European judges have ruled.

Litvinenko, a prominent critic of the Kremlin, died aged 43 in London after drinking green tea laced with Polonium 210 at the plush Millennium Hotel in Mayfair.

Sep 21 05:16

The return of instability: Turmoil in the energy market could hit the least well-off the hardest, says ALEX BRUMMER

The structure of Britain’s energy market is barmy. In seeking the best of all worlds in the shape of a decarbonised economy, a free and competitive marketplace for gas and electricity and low prices, the UK has created the ultimate instability.

It is not unlike consumer banking in the run-up to the financial crisis, when over-zealous lenders such as Northern Rock invented unsustainable structures to support 110 per cent mortgages.

Sep 21 05:05

"Really?" responded one of the other hosts.

But the LA County Department of Public Health website plainly states that people must wear masks at indoor public settings, regardless of their vaccination status.

TheBlaze reached out to the department for a comment about the lack of masks at the Emmys despite the indoor mask-wearing requirement. Here is the department's response:

Sep 21 05:05

Whoopi Goldberg discovers that the '1 percent' AOC wants to tax includes a lot of regular people: 'This is outrageous!'

Co-host Joy Behar interrupted trying to save the anti-wealth agenda.

"I think that what gets people ticked off is the fact that [Amazon founder Jeff] Bezos, and that level do not pay taxes," she explained. "That is the outrage."

Sep 21 04:59

Calling women 'birds' is 'plainly sexist', judge rules at tribunal of female Barclays investment banker who wins sex discrimination claim against her boss

Calling women 'birds' is 'plainly sexist' and it is 'foolish' to use the term even jokingly, a judge has ruled.

Judge John Crosfill said using the phrase ironically at work in an attempt at humour is 'misplaced'.

The ruling came in the case of a Barclays investment banker who won a sex discrimination claim after her boss repeatedly called women 'birds'.

Sep 21 04:59

Shop worker is murdered 'after refusing to sell beer to a maskless customer who then returned wearing a face covering and shot the 20-year-old in the head' in Germany

A shop worker has been murdered in Germany after refusing to sell beer to a maskless customer.

The 20-year-old petrol station clerk was shot dead by the 49-year-old who returned home to pick up a gun after the dispute on Saturday evening, police said.

The suspect first entered the shop in Trier in western Germany at around 7.45pm without a mask and tried to buy a six-pack of beer.

Sep 21 04:53

Biden administration aims to raise refugee admissions cap to 125,000 for fiscal year 2022, which starts on Oct. 1

The Biden administration is planning to raise the refugee admissions target to 125,000 for fiscal year 2022, a target level that he set during his 2020 campaign.

Sep 21 04:53

DHS Secretary To Confront Crisis On Texas Border; Biden Admin Will Deny Entry To Haitian Migrants

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is meeting with local officials in Del Rio, Texas, Monday amid concerns that the Biden administration’s border crisis is spinning further out of control, with thousands of Haitian migrants now camped out under a freeway overpass, waiting to be processed by United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

Sep 20 19:18

Vaccines in your salad? Scientists growing medicine-filled plants to replace injections

Vaccinations can be a controversial subject for many people, especially when it comes to injections. So what if you could replace your next shot with a salad instead? Researchers at the University of California-Riverside are working on a way to grow edible plants that carry the same medication as an mRNA vaccine.

See also:

Stew Peters Show - MRNA "COVID Vaccine" Hidden in SALAD GREENS!

Sep 20 18:25

BREAKING: Project Veritas: Federal Whistleblower Goes Public with Secret Recordings on Covid Vax: ‘Government Shoves Adverse Effect Reporting Under the Mat’ (VIDEO)

A federal whistleblower who works for the Health and Human Services went public with secret recordings revealing the truth about the Covid vaccines.

Sep 20 14:36

Five hundred tourists are among 5,500 evacuated as eight rivers of lava spew from La Palma volcano swallowing 'hundreds' of homes as experts warn eruption could last for TWO MONTHS

Hundreds of tourists are among 5,500 people evacuated from hotels and houses on the Spanish resort island of La Palma following a volcanic eruption that has sent eight rivers of lava flowing into nearby villages.

Around 100 homes have already been destroyed by streams of molten rock spewing from Mount Cumbre Vieja, mayor Mariano Hernandez said today, as experts warned the eruption could last up to two months.

Sep 20 14:36

Global stock markets plunge as Chinese real estate giant Evergrande teeters on the brink of collapse with debts of more than $300 BILLION and firm threatens top execs with 'severe punishment'

Global stock markets plunged on Monday as Chinese real estate giant Evergrande teetered on the brink of collapse with debts of more than $300 billion.

Shares in the once-mighty property firm plunged 12 per cent in Hong Kong ahead of debt repayment deadlines later this week, sparking contagion fears across the world.

Sep 20 14:35

First new London Tube line in 22 years opens as £1.1bn Northern line extension starts carrying passengers to stops at Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms

Two new stations opened on London's Northern Line this morning in the first major expansion of the underground this century.

The new stops at Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station today opened to passengers with trains running through Battersea Power Station from 5.28am.

Sep 20 14:26

Americans Haven’t Been This Down on Housing Market Since 1982

The last time Americans were this turned off by the U.S. housing market, borrowing costs were over five times the current rate.

Sep 20 14:23

Police called to FIVE bomb threats just hours apart: Disposal squad shut down Edinburgh's famous Princes Street and Lincoln Castle due to explosion risk as three Spalding schools are evacuated

Three schools and a castle in Lincoln, as well as a famous street in Edinburgh were all evacuated today after bomb threats were made.

Pupils from Spalding High School, St John the Baptist Primary and Monkshouse Primary in Lincoln were evacuated after reports alleged that bombs were on the premises.

The schools were closed shortly before another two suspicious packages wer

Sep 20 14:20

New photo of 'world's wokest Prime Minister' Justin Trudeau in blackface emerges on eve of Canada's national election

Yet another image of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in blackface at the 2001 Arabian Nights party - this time in color - has emerged just in time for the Canadian Federal Election.

The photo, released on Sunday by Canadian Proud, shows the liberal icon in a turban and robe, with his tongue sticking out. The world leader has also covered his face with dark makeup.

Sep 20 14:20

Madeleine McCann's GP mother Kate returns to work on NHS frontline at hospital in Leicester to help fight Covid pandemic

Madeleine McCann's mother Kate has returned to work as a doctor in Leicester after a 14-year hiatus from medicine after the disappearance of her daughter.

Kate, who was working as a GP when Madeleine disappeared on holiday in Portugal in 2007, has re-joined the NHS frontline in the fight against Coronavirus in what has been one of the nation's worst-hit cities.

Sep 20 14:19

'Congratulations on your new angel!' Proud aunt Eugenie shares her joy on birth of Princess Beatrice and Edo's baby girl - as 'over the moon' Fergie flies from Balmoral to meet her granddaughter 1 HOUR AGO 9 MINUTEREAD

Princess Eugenie has led the royal family in congratulating her sister Princess Beatrice after she welcomed her first child with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Beatrice, 33, the oldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, gave birth to a baby girl weighing 6lbs 2oz at 11.42pm on Saturday at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, in London, Buckingham Palace announced today.

Sep 20 14:17

9/11 and Afghanistan Post-Mortems: Lessons in Safe Logic

In the wake of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and the 20th anniversary of the mass murders of September 11, 2001, the corporate mainstream and alternative media have been replete with articles analyzing the consequences of 9/11 that resulted in the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan and its alleged withdrawal after two decades of war.

Sep 20 13:39

NYC War On Unvaxxed Causing Chaos

By Neenah Payne

In the first five days of the new “vaccination” mandate, two restaurants experienced altercations (one violent) with customers, and one restaurant owner decided to sue NYC over the mandate. Several restaurants have refused to discriminate. Some are even posting signs showing their refusal.

In the 1960s, some Black Americans in the Civil Rights Movement participated in sit-ins at lunch counters that refused to serve them on the basis of race. That memory is still fresh in the minds of many. With 72% of Black New Yorkers not vaccinated, the new rules barring “unvaxxed” from indoor restaurants can feel a lot like racial discrimination. Perhaps that’s why there were conflicts at two NYC restaurants in the first week of this policy...

Sep 20 13:34

FBI says fortune seized in Beverly Hills raid was criminals' loot. Owners say: Where's the proof?

After the FBI seized Joseph Ruiz's life savings during a raid on a safe deposit box business in Beverly Hills, the unemployed chef went to court to retrieve his $57,000. A judge ordered the government to tell Ruiz why it was trying to confiscate the money.

It came from drug trafficking, an FBI agent responded in court papers.

Ruiz’s income was too low for him to have that much money, and his side business selling bongs made from liquor bottles suggested he was an unlicensed pot dealer, the agent wrote. The FBI also said a dog had smelled unspecified drugs on Ruiz’s cash.

The FBI was wrong. When Ruiz produced records showing the source of his money was legitimate, the government dropped its false accusation and returned his money.

Ruiz is one of roughly 800 people whose money and valuables the FBI seized from safe deposit boxes they rented at the U.S. Private Vaults store in a strip mall on Olympic Boulevard.

Sep 20 13:32

Parents' agony as girl, 11, is murdered alongside her best friend: Heartbroken father says 'my little girl has gone' after she is found dead alongside her friend's mother and brother - as police quiz man, 31

The parents of two 11-year-old schoolgirls who were murdered alongside one of the child's mother and brother during a sleepover have paid heartbreaking tributes.

Charlie Gent said 'my little girl has gone' and 'I don't want anyone to ever go through what I am going through right now' after losing his daughter Connie.

Sep 20 13:32

It's pup fiction! Couple who proudly posted pictures of their rescue dog Dr Handsome are inundate with people saying he's a dead ringer for Samuel L Jackson

A couple is being inundated with comments comparing their rescue dog to actor Samuel L Jackson after they recently posted a photo of the pup on social media.

Amber West, 32, of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, shared a photo of her dog, Dr Handsome, on a Facebook page for smiling mutts.

Sep 20 13:31

How desperate Haitians are paying up to $10,000 and traveling thousands of miles by foot, coach, boat to cross into America from Mexico and reach 'safety' in isolated Del Rio

Desperate Haitians are paying up to $10,000 and traveling thousands of miles by foot, coach and boat to reach safety in the isolated town of Del Rio on the Mexico-U.S. border.

Men, women and children are making the grueling journey across international borders, a notoriously dangerous jungle, the sea and deserts.

Sep 20 13:17

Two Japanese sisters have become the world's oldest identical twins just 15 days shy of their 108th birthday

Two Japanese sisters have become the world's oldest identical twins just days shy of their 108th birthday.

Umeno Sumiyama and Koume Kodama took the title at 107 years and 330 days.

Sep 20 13:17

Eco-mob 'profoundly apologise' for blockading M25 in open letter to Priti Patel as they vow to continue protests amid mounting criticism at Home Secretary after they evaded police for FOURTH time

The eco-zealots who blocked the M25 for the fourth time in a week have said they 'profoundly apologise' for the disruption they caused in an open letter to Priti Patel.

Insulate Britain, the group which targeted the motorway country's busiest road, wrote to the Home Secretary in an effort to begin an 'open dialogue' and plead with her to 'demonstrate leadership'.

Sep 20 12:58

Mass extinction 252 million years ago was caused by a 'toxic soup' of greenhouse gas emissions, high temperatures and abundant nutrients – and humans today are 'following this recipe,' experts warn

Earth experienced its worst mass extinction about 252 million years ago that was caused by a 'toxic soup' - and scientists warn humans today are 'following this same recipe.'

The deadly concoction was a mix of accelerated greenhouse gas emissions, high temperatures and abundant nutrients, but the new study now identifies toxic microbial blooms as a fourth culprit.

Sep 20 12:58

Survival of the SEXIEST! Fancy tail feathers on a newly-discovered species of peacock-like bird that lived 120 million years ago suggest it prioritised finding a mate over flying

An ancient bird that lived 120 million years ago had fancy tail feathers like a peacock, a study of fossilised remains shows.

Researchers in China and the US report the discovery of Yuanchuavis kompsosoura, a bird precursor with elaborate feathers that would have helped attract it a mate.

Sep 20 12:44

Supreme Court to hear restrictive Mississippi abortion law on December 1

The Supreme Court will hear a case concerning a Mississippi abortion law on December 1, the court announced on Monday, teeing up one of the most substantial cases of the term in which the justices are being asked to overturn Roe v. Wade.

The Mississippi case -- the most important set of abortion-related oral arguments the court has heard since 1992 -- comes as states across the country, emboldened by the conservative majority and the addition of Justice Amy Coney Barrett to the high court, are increasingly passing restrictive abortion-related regulations, hoping to curb the constitutional right first established in 1973 in Roe and reaffirmed in 1992 when the court handed down Planned Parenthood v. Casey.

Roe v. Wade is the 1973 landmark Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion nationwide prior to viability, which can occur at around 24 weeks of pregnancy.

Sep 20 12:34

DHS Secretary To Confront Crisis On Texas Border; Biden Admin Will Deny Entry To Haitian Migrants

The meeting follows a decision, made late last week, to deny most Haitian migrants entry into the United States and expel them directly back to Haiti. Flights from Texas to Port-au-Prince began on Sunday and are expected to continue Monday, according to the Associated Press.

Sep 20 12:27

Video game where you could carry out a mass shooting at a Pride parade created by aspiring politician

A high school teacher and aspiring politician for the People's Party of Canada is under fire for a video game he created in college in which players attack characters depicted by cultural stereotypes, Queerty reports.Mario Greco, who is currently seeking a seat in the Canadian House of Commons in the Vaughan—Woodbridge district of Ontario, created the video game "Happy Culture Shootout," which even allows players to carry out a mass shooting at a Pride parade.

Sep 20 12:09

Holup, Beginner's Luck (Picture)

Sep 20 12:09

Wildfires In California Have Reached Some Of The World's Oldest And Largest Trees

Raging wildfires burning in California forests have reached sequoia trees, raising fears the beloved conifers, some of which are up to 1,500 years old, could be devastated once more by flames.

Sep 20 12:05


Sep 20 12:03

'The 6-feet rule was arbitrary and not science-based': Ex-FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb blasts CDC for 'lack of rigor' in early COVID guidelines

Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb criticized the CDC for its 'lack of rigor' in providing guidelines during the early days of COVID, pointing to the six-feet-apart social distancing rule to stop the spread as an 'arbitrary' approach proposed by a Trump appointee.

Sep 20 12:02

New Yorkers fear UN General Assembly schmoozing will spark COVID spike as 100 world leaders and their entourages hit the city's bars and restaurants

New Yorkers are fearful that the return of the United Nations General Assembly this week will spark a new spike in COVID-19 cases after the city has worked tirelessly to slow the spread of the virus.

Sep 20 11:57

Mastermind behind Osama bin Laden's escape from US bombing of Tora Bora in 2001 is back in charge of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan

The leader of Osama bin Laden's former Black Guard and mastermind behind his escape from the U.S. bombing at Tora Bora in 2001 is now back in charge of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.

Sep 20 11:57

Dow Jones plunges more than 700 points as Chinese real estate giant Evergrande teeters on the brink of collapse with debts of more than $300 BILLION and firm threatens top execs with 'severe punishment'

Wall Street's main indexes plunged more than 700 points on Monday as Chinese real estate giant Evergrande teetered on the brink of collapse with debts of more than $300 billion.

Sep 20 11:57

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Sep 20 11:56

Refund the police! Woke Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is set to unveil budget that BOOSTS spending on crime-hit city's PD after she slashed $59M from the department last year

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is set to unveil a proposed budget that bolsters funding to the crime-ridden city’s police department as violence and gang activity runs rampant.

Sep 20 11:54

'That's a dude': MMA star 'Suga' blasts transgender fighter

Mixed martial arts rising star "Suga" Sean O'Malley commented critically on transgender fighter Alana McLaughlin's victories over female fighters.

“I don’t think that’s OK,” O’Malley said of McLaughlin's victory during an episode of his podcast. “I just don’t think that’s OK ... In just competing in sports, I mean, especially mixed. It’s like she had testosterone for, who knows, 20 to 30 years of her life and now I’m a girl.”

“You could tell that’s a dude,” O’Malley added. “A jacked girl. I mean, look at those arms.”