U.S. officials say Iran is behind a flurry of emails sent to Democratic voters in multiple battleground states that appeared to be aimed at intimidating them into voting for President Donald Trump
Three months after his July death by suicide, Benjamin Keough was being mourned by his mom and others on what would have been his 28th birthday Wednesday, Page Six reports. "I worshipped the ground you walked on, on this earth and now in Heaven. My heart and soul went with...
California will let fans back in outdoor stadiums for pro sporting events in counties with low coronavirus infection rates but isn't ready to allow Disneyland to reopen, dealing a major blow to businesses near the theme park. (Oct. 22)
There are several misconceptions about highly successful people. Business Insider spoke with psychotherapist, Amy Morin. Morin has interviewed many successful people for her podcast. She says that successful are not fearless. They're just more willing to push themselves to face their fears. Morin says mental strong professionals embrace uncomfortable situations. They aren't afraid to ask questions. They admit they don't have all the answer. They always keep learning.
Amid a record surge of coronavirus infections that's threatening the entire health system with collapse, the Czech Republic is adopting on Thursday exactly the same massive restrictions as in the spring, a situation its prime minister kept saying would never happen again
Top 10 Reptiles in the World. National Reptile Day is observed every year on Oct. 21 to promote education and appreciation for reptiles everywhere. . According to a study that analyzed page view data on all of Wikipedia’s reptilian pages, here are the top 10 reptiles in the world. . 1. Komodo Dragon. 2. Black Mamba . 3. American Saltwater Crocodile. 4. King Cobra. 5. Reticulate Gila Monster. 6. Western Cottonmouth. 7. American Alligator. 8. Leatherback Turtle. 9. Nile Crocodile. 10. Boa Constrictor
Senator Mitt Romney of Utah said on Wednesday that he did not cast a ballot for Trump. He was sharing a bit about his 2020 presidential election choice, according to Business Insider. Romney was a leading GOP presidential candidate in 2008 and served as the party's standard bearer in 2012. Romney was the only Rep. senator who voted to convict Trump in his impeachment trial in 2020. He has shown that loyalty to your party does not mean turning a blind eye to wrongdoing within your party.
Rudy Giuliani says there's a simple explanation to the apparently compromising scene from the new Borat movie in which he appears: "I was tucking in my shirt after taking off the recording equipment," President Trump's lawyer says. The scene, which the New York Times reports is edited, makes it look...
OxyContin Maker Purdue Pharma to Plead Guilty to 3 Federal Charges. Justice Department officials made the announcement on Wednesday. The guilty pleas, including conspiracy to defraud the United States and violating federal anti-kickback laws. are part of a settlement of over $8 billion. According to Associated Press, the deal doesn't release any of Purdue Pharma's executives or owners from criminal liability. . This is the highest-profile case yet as far as the federal government attempting to hold a big pharma company responsible for the opioid addiction that has plagued the U.S. According to Associated Press, opioid addiction and overdose has been linked to over 470,000 deaths in America since 2000. . According to a copy of the plea agreement obtained by Associated Press, . Purdue Pharma admits it “knowingly and intentionally conspired and agreed with others to aid and abet” doctors to dispense its medication . “without a legitimate medical purpose and outside the usual course of professional practice.”. Purdue deeply regrets and accepts responsibility for the misconduct detailed by the Department of Justice in the agreed statement of facts, Steve Miller, Purdue Pharma chairman of the board, via Associated Press
President Obama gave his first stump speech for his former vice president and current good pal Joe Biden Wednesday night, and the Philadelphia drive-in rally featured what CNN calls Obama's "most direct attacks" on his successor yet. "I never thought Donald Trump would embrace my vision or continue my polices,...
Chris Pratt, anger magnet? Sure looks that way. The Hollywood actor was savaged on Twitter and defended by colleagues this week after an Internet challenge named him Hollywood's "worst Chris," Deadline reports. TV writer and producer Amy Berg started it by asking Twitter which Hollywood Chris "has to go"—Pratt,...
Almost no Black people could vote in Mississippi until well into the 1960s. More than 50 years later, voter suppression in the state has evolved. Voters now face obstacles like strict voter ID laws and the disenfranchisement of former prisoners. (Oct. 22)
In a candid interview with the U.K.-based publication Pink News, Carole Baskin broke big news. The “Tiger King” star revealed that she has “always considered myself to be bisexual.” “Even though I’ve never had a wife, I could just as easily have a wife as a husband.” Baskin then described herself as a “tomboy” growing up, according to HuffPost. The 59-year-old Baskin said she began to explore her sexuality in the 1980s. She was then engaged to a psychologist who worked with members of the LGBTQ community.
Germany’s disease control center is reporting a new daily record increase in coronavirus infections, which rocketed past the 10,000 mark for the first time as the pandemic continues to spread
'Animaniacs' Returns With Hulu Show After 22 Years off the Air . The rebooted animated series will feature all of the classic '90s characters. including Warner brothers Yakko and Wakko, their sister, Dot, and Pinky and the Brain. The original voice cast will be returning as well, with Rob Paulson as Yakko Warner and Pinky. Tress MacNeille as Dot, Jess Harnell as Wakko Warner and Maurice LaMarche as the Brain. Steven Spielberg will return as one of the series' executive producers. 'Animaniacs' premieres Nov. 20 on Hulu with 13 new episodes
The CDC used to define exposure to COVID-19 as being within 6 feet of an infected person for more than 15 consecutive minutes. But according to Business Insider, a new study shows a correctional officer got sick after a series of very brief interactions with inmates who later tested positive. That's led the CDC to change its guidance to say that more than 15 minutes of cumulative exposure to someone with COVID-19 puts you at risk. The new guideline informs how health agencies conduct contact tracing. It now stipulates that anyone who has been within 6 feet of an infected person 'for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period,' should quarantine. And it's cumulative exposure that matters — not continuous time. So spending five minutes each with three infected persons produces a fifteen-minute exposure.
Election officials in Tennessee say a poll worker who turned away people in shirts or face masks with the slogans "Black Lives Matter" or "I Can't Breathe" has been fired. Shelby County Election Commission spokeswoman Suzanne Thompson tells CNN that the worker at a Memphis early voting site told people...
Stimulus Package Is Unlikely Before the Election, , Says Goldman Sachs. As stimulus negotiations between Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Steve Mnuchin continue, . analysts from Goldman Sachs are indicating that reaching a deal before Nov. 3 is unlikely. Some of the biggest issues remain unresolved and a deal doesn’t seem particularly close, Alec Phillips, Goldman Sachs, via CNBC. With big differences and little time, it seems unlikely that Pelosi and Mnuchin will reach a deal before the election. , Alec Phillips, Goldman Sachs, via CNBC. Even if a deal in principle is announced in coming days [...] it looks very unlikely that it would pass before Election Day, Alec Phillips, Goldman Sachs, via CNBC. According to Phillips, the negotiations have stalled over state protections and aid for businesses. Depending on the results of the election, either party will be unlikely to negotiate before the new session of Congress
President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden have starkly different visions for the international role of the United States — and the presidency