The White House held a press conference on Thursday to address recent reports about “aerial objects,” but only allowed pre-credentialed reporters to attend the event. Journalists were given less than an hour’s notice to obtain a pass to attend, and when they arrived at the South Court Auditorium, they were required to show an email containing the pass to be allowed in.
‘No survivors’ in Military Helicopter Crash Near Huntsville, Alabama
Emergency services rushed to the scene of a tragic military helicopter crash near Highway 53 and Burwell Road in Madison County, Alabama. Regrettably, no survivors were found according to Don Webster, spokesperson for HEMSI, who confirmed the information with News 19. Madison County Coroner Tyler Berryhill was also called to the scene.
Total U.S. Debt Set to Reach $50 Trillion with $19 Trillion Increase Projected in Next Decade
According to the latest report by the Congressional Budget Office, the United States is expected to add approximately $19 trillion to its national debt in the next ten years, which is $3 trillion more than previously forecast. This increase is due to the rising costs of interest payments, healthcare for veterans, retiree benefits, and military expenditures.
Fatal incident in Palmdale, CA as man attempting to steal catalytic converter is run over by the car
A man has died in Palmdale, California after he was allegedly run over by the driver of a car from which he was attempting to steal a catalytic converter.
Chris Cuomo After Firing: “I was going to kill everybody and myself”
Chris revealed that he was initially angry and frustrated about his firing and had even contemplated suicide, saying, “I had to accept [my firing] because I was going to kill everybody, including myself. Things can consume you.”
Crucial Second Phase of COVID-Origins Investigation Dropped by WHO
The origins of COVID-19 have been a topic of global concern since the first cases emerged in late 2019. The World Health Organization (WHO) has been at the forefront of investigating the origins of the virus, but the second phase of its investigation has been shelved due to ongoing challenges in conducting crucial studies in China.
Washington State Democrats Propose Bill That Allows For Gender Surgery For Minors Without Parental Consent
Washington Democrats have proposed a bill that effectively encourages minors to run away from home to receive gender-affirming care, including gender reassignment surgery, without parental consent and at taxpayer expense.
Toxic Train Derailment and Explosion Cause Respiratory Infections in Ohio Couple and Their Toddler Daughter, While Local Woman Loses All Chickens to Sudden Death
Chris and Jamie Wallace, along with their three-year-old daughter, were some of the first to show symptoms of the toxic exposure. The family lives only a few steps away from Sulphur Creek, where the toxic waste flowed. The Wallaces say they were not told the extent of the toxic spill and have been frustrated with the response from authorities.
Tops Mass Shooter Confronted by Person who Lunges, Causing Trial Delay in Proceedings before Resuming
Tops mass shooter who killed 10 people at the Jefferson Avenue store in May last year, a man attempted to lunge at him during victim impact statements. The incident occurred while Katherine Massey’s sister Barbara was giving an emotional statement about her sister’s death, with Massey using explicit language towards Gendron.
Felony Weapon Charge Against Michigan State University Gunman Dropped in 2019
According to court records, McRae had a prior brush with the law, having been arrested in the summer of 2019 and charged with a felony for carrying a concealed weapon without a license. The Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office later dropped the charge in October 2019 after McRae pleaded guilty to a lesser misdemeanor charge for possession of a firearm in a vehicle.