Day: June 1, 2021

Florida Hero Boy Aged 7, Swims An Hour To Shore To Save Father And Sister!

June 1, 2021

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA  – After being stuck in a strong current during a holiday weekend boating excursion on Florida’s St. Johns River, a 7-year-old boy is being credited for saving his father and 4-year-old sister by swimming to shore and shouting for assistance. On Friday, the father, Steven Poust, told the Jax4 television station that he […]

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Supreme Court Won’t Hear Johnson And Johnson’s Appeal Of $2 Billion Talcum Powder Verdict

June 1, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Johnson And Johnson’s Appeal of a multibillion-dollar judgment in favor of women who claimed they acquired ovarian cancer after using the company’s talcum powder products was denied by the Supreme Court on Tuesday. When a jury in Missouri state court awarded nearly $5 billion to 22 women who used Johnson’s Baby Powder […]

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Pope Revises Church Law And Updates Rules On Sexual Abuse

June 1, 2021

VATICAN CITY — On Tuesday, Pope Francis announced the most comprehensive change of Revises Church Law in four decades, urging bishops to prosecute clergy who abuse kids and vulnerable people, commit fraud, or seek to ordain women. The reform, which began in 2009, covers all of section six of the Church’s Law of Canon Law, […]

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Man Tackled, Banned After Running On Court During Wizards-Sixers Playoff Game

June 1, 2021

In the latest incident concerning fans’ poor conduct at a sporting event, a man was attacked by security and captured after running onto the floor during an NBA Wizards-Sixers Playoff Game. In Monday’s playoff contest between the Washington Wizards and the Philadelphia 76ers in Washington, D.C., a man ran onto the floor and disrupted play. […]

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Asian Woman, 55 Knocked Out In Unprovoked Attack In NYC’s Chinatown – Police Say

June 1, 2021

Authorities say they apprehended a guy after footage showed him striking a 55-year-old Asian Woman in the face in New York City’s Chinatown on Monday. In connection with the “unprovoked” incident, Alexander Wright, 48, of Manhattan, was charged with one count of assault as a hate crime, assault, and unlawful possession of a controlled narcotic, […]

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Trump’s Back – Here’s What His Re-Entry Means For 2024.

June 1, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Presidents who are defeated generally disappear, at least for a long time. Donald Trump is not one of them. Trump will appear at the North Carolina Republican Party’s state convention on Saturday, returning to the campaign trail for the second time. In June and July, he aims to hold numerous additional rallies […]

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Moderna Files For Full U.S. Approval Of Covid Vaccine

June 1, 2021

Moderna files for full U.S. approval of its Covid-19 vaccine on Tuesday, becoming the second manufacturer to do so. The vaccine is presently only approved for emergency use in the nation. The news comes only weeks after competitor Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech sought full clearance in the United States for their Covid-19 vaccine. […]

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An Emergency Landing Is Made On Busy California Roadway

June 1, 2021

According to police, a Los Angeles Police Department jet made an emergency landing on a busy California roadway on Monday without crashing or harming anybody. According to Aaron Figueroa, A dispatcher with the California Highway Patrol, the plane landed on U.S. 101 about 35 miles north of Los Angeles soon before 7 p.m. local time. […]

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Pro-Business Group Files Lawsuit Against MLB Relocate For Pulling All-Star Game From Atlanta

June 1, 2021

On Monday, a pro-business organization filed a federal lawsuit against Major League Baseball, saying that the league had no authority to MLB Relocate the All-Star Game from Atlanta in protest of Georgia’s restrictive voting legislation. “Thousands of hard-working average men and women in the Atlanta region” had been depending on earnings from this year’s All-Star […]

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Space Junk Damages International Space Station Robotic Arm

June 1, 2021

According to NASA and the Canadian Space Agency, a piece of space junk smashed into the International Space Station, damaging the orbiting lab’s robotic arm. During a routine inspection on May 12, a puncture in the arm’s protective thermal covering was discovered, but the nearly 60-foot robotic appendage is still operational, according to Canadian Space […]

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